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    Sion Power is the global leader in the development of a new generation of high-energy, rechargeable lithium batteries for portable power, mobile electronics, and electric vehicles. Based on the five...
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    Johanna Solar Technology GmbH manufactures thin film solar modules based on CIGSSe-technology which utilises copper, indium, gallium, sulphur and selenium. The manufacturing process of these...
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    OXIS Energy (OXIS) has been at the forefront of building Next Generation Battery since 2004. The company has developed its unique technology around sulfur based cathode materials, highly stable...
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    CoalTek’s goal is to provide a clean, cost-effective, alternative fuel that addresses today’s power demands and increasing environmental challenges. Our proprietary technology uses electromagnetic...
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    ConocoPhillips uses its pioneering spirit to responsibly deliver energy to the world. This purpose transcends all of ConocoPhillips’ operations. The company conducts its business to return...
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    Clean Fuel Ltd seeks to revolutionize the marine and power generation sectors by providing low cost stable emulsified diesel fuel. Diesel engines dominate mass transportation, heavy industries, and...
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    Georgia Power serves 2.25 million customers in 155 of Georgia's 159 counties. Georgia Power supports an array of environmental projects to make our air and water cleaner and our land more...
  • Article - 30 Dec 2007
    Coal is the workhouse of the electric power industry of the United States and supplies more than half of the electricity consumed. Coal-fired electric generating plants are the cornerstone of...
  • News - 2 Apr 2008
    The U.S. placed ninth overall in the recent global ranking of countries based on sulfur limits in their national clean gasoline standards. The International Fuel Quality Center (IFQC) has ranked...
  • News - 16 Aug 2012
    The European Union’s (EU) policy that ships docking at European harbors utilize fuels with less than 0.1% sulphur content by weight as opposed to the 4.5% sulphur content allowed previously in...