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Bruce Power Takes Leadership Role in Building Canada's Hydrogen Economy

Bruce Power announced today that it will become the first electricity generating company in Canada to become a Sustaining Member of the Canadian Hydrogen Association (CHA).

Hydrogen Power Plants and Technologies to be Jointly Developed by BP and GE

BP and GE today announced their intention to jointly develop and deploy hydrogen power projects that dramatically reduce emissions of the greenhouse gas carbon dioxide from electricity generation.

Biogas Generated From Dairy Manure Successfully Processed Into Pipeline Quality Natural Gas

Intrepid Technology and Resources, Inc, a renewable alternate energy company, announces that they, have successfully processed biogas generated from dairy manure into commercial pipeline quality natural gas.

New Method Developed to Hydrolyze Biomass From Pulp and Paper Residues

Globex, Inc today announced the development of an innovative pre-treatment method for the production of bioethanol.

Biofuels Strategies Discussed by Oil and Chemical Executives at World Congress

A panel of executives representing BP, DuPont and Chevron offered their perspectives on the intersection of the energy and chemical industries with the industrial biotechnology and life sciences sectors this morning at the third annual World Congress on Industrial Biotechnology and Bioprocessing.

Clipper Windpower and BP Announce a Strategic Turbine Supply and Joint Development Agreement

Clipper Windpower and BP Alternative Energy today announced that they have entered into a strategic alliance for a long-term turbine supply agreement and the joint development of five of Clipper's wind energy projects in the USA.

Cow Manure and Other Wastes to Generate Renewable Natural Gas

Pacific Gas and Electric Company ("PG&E") and Microgy, Inc ("Microgy") today announced an agreement that allows Microgy to utilize PG&E's extensive natural gas transmission network to distribute renewable natural gas to markets in California and the West.

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