Technology Breakthrough Announced by The Alternative Energy Technology Center
The Alternative Energy Technology Center, Inc announced today that it completed the initial design phase of its Cellulosic Ethanol - Esterified Lignin to Gasoline Unit.
APS Announces New Solar Power Plant, Among World's Largest
Arizona Public Service (APS) today announced plans for one of the world's largest solar facilities - a 280-megawatt (MW) concentrating solar power (CSP) plant to be built 70 miles southwest of Phoenix, near Gila Bend, Arizona.
GreenShift Executes Biodiesel Plant Construction and Management Agreements with NextDiesel
GreenShift Corporation today announced its execution of agreements with Adrian, Michigan-based Biofuel Industries Group, LLC (d/b/a NextDiesel) pursuant to which GreenShift agreed to design and build more than $10 million worth of biodiesel production, feedstock pre-treatment and related process equipment based on GreenShift's proprietary biofuel technologies.
Canadian Government to Invest $900,000 in Thermal Energy's Bioenergy Technology
Thermal Energy International Inc is pleased to announce that Natural
Resources Canada (NRCan) has committed $900,000 in funding toward the
development of a green energy power facility proposed for an eastern Canada
pulp and paper mill.
Brewery Waste to Energy Produced by New Modular Ethanol Plant
Diversified Ethanol, a subsidiary of Greenbelt Resources Corporation, a leading innovator of effective and economical alternative energy technologies, has released a product especially designed for breweries and microbreweries to convert existing waste products into salable high grade ethanol.
Solar Cell Directly Splits Water for Hydrogen
Plants trees and algae do it - even some bacteria and moss do it, but scientists have had a difficult time developing methods to turn sunlight into useful fuel.
Babson College To Install Campus Wind Turbine
Babson College plans to install a wind turbine on the school's campus as a demonstration project, becoming the first college in the greater Boston area to utilize wind power through an on-campus installation.
PG&E Seeks Approval for New Geothermal Energy Contract
Pacific Gas and Electric Company announced today that it is seeking approval for a 175
Megawatt (MW) geothermal power purchasing agreement with Calpine
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