Can Plastics Be a Significant Source of Alternative Energy?
Greg Wilkinson, President and CEO of the Canadian Plastics Industry Association sat down with Rich Masters on Focus Washington to discuss a groundbreaking new study from the Earth Institute at Columbia University.
Financial Community Remains Confident in Clean-Tech Sector
A new survey of alternative energy investors and analysts was released today by global public relations agency Waggener Edstrom Worldwide (WE).
Academy Gives Students Skills to Bring Green Tech Innovations to Market
The University of California at Davis (UC Davis) Center for Entrepreneurship announced today that 50 students from around the world have been selected to attend the second annual Green Technology Entrepreneurship Academy in Incline Village, Nev.
$23 Million for Research into Dark Matter and Green Power
Two projects, one aimed at discovering the nature of the universe and the other at creating globally superior computer systems that are highly energy efficient and environmentally friendly have received $23 million in Ontario government funding.
MIT and ABB Announce Energy Research Partnership
The Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), one of North America's leading universities, and ABB, a global leader in power and automation technology, have formed a partnership on energy research to help meet the world's need for clean electricity and energy efficiency.
Google's Goal: Renewable Energy Cheaper Than Coal
Google today announced a new strategic initiative to develop electricity from renewable energy sources that will be cheaper than electricity produced from coal.
GreatPoint Energy to Build Leading-Edge Research Center and Clean Energy Demonstration Plant
GreatPoint Energy, Inc, the leading developer of technology to convert coal, petroleum coke and biomass into clean natural gas while enabling the capture and sequestration of CO2, today announced plans to build a pilot‐scale coal gasification plant and R&D Center of Excellence at Dominion's Brayton Point power station, the largest power generating facility in New England.
Advanced Energy Research Technology Center Being Built at Stony Brook University
Ground will be broken
Tuesday for a $35 million energy center that will work to make alternative
energy available to everyone and establish Long Island as a leader in the
growing alternative energy sector.
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