Government Chooses UK Technology Solution for Environmental Drinking Water
Major government buildings are being equipped with a system that filters tap water to produce the best quality drinking water possible with the minimal environmental impact.
Commission Proposes Bringing Air Transport into EU Emissions Trading Scheme
The European Commission today underscored its firm commitment to combating climate change by proposing legislation to bring greenhouse gas emissions from civil aviation into the EU Emissions Trading Scheme (EU ETS).
Amkor Licenses Lead-Free Wafer Bumping Technology to AMD
Amkor Technology, Inc today announced that AMD has entered into an agreement to license Amkor's lead free (Pb-free) electroplated wafer bumping technology.
New Clean Air Act Good News for HyPower
HyPower Fuel, Inc is pleased to announce that it is well positioned to take advantage of Canada's new Clean Air Act which was announced on October 19, 2006.
Lear Introduces SoyFoam Technology for Automotive Seating Applications
Lear Corporation, one of the world's leading automotive interior suppliers, today announced it has developed SoyFoam, a soybean oil-based flexible foam material for automotive interior applications.
AES To Invest $50 Million in Advanced Clean-Coal Emissions Control Technology
The AES Corporation announced today that AES Westover, a 126 MW coal-fired facility near Binghamton, NY, will begin installation of state-of-the-art multi-emissions control technology on its 84 MW Unit #8 in early 2007.
Plextronics Named Clean Energy Entrepreneur of the Year
Plextronics, Inc, a world leader in developing active layer technology for printed electronic devices, today announced that it received the Clean Energy Entrepreneur of the Year award from the US Department of Energy's National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) at the 19th NREL Industry Growth Forum.
NASA Research Reveals Climate Warming Reduces Ocean Food Supply
In a NASA study, scientists have concluded that when Earth's climate warms, there is a reduction in the ocean's primary food supply.
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