Archives for Energy
Last week the American Petroleum Institute was sued for trademark infringement by Choose Energy, Inc.
This morning the Department of Energy and Abengoa are kicking off the company’s first commercial-scale biorefinery in Hugoton, Kansas.
Gol, the second largest airline in Brazil, is testing farnesane, a sugarcane based biofuel, for some flights between the U.S. and Brazil.
A new social enterprise in Kenya, GreenChar, is trying to find a new path to clean cookstoves.
P&G, in a joint announcement with DuPont, said cellulosic ethanol will be an ingredient in Tide Detergent, an announcement 10 years in the making.
A recently released study suggests stronger power plant standards to cut carbon emissions could save lives and offer significant health benefits.
Despite the financial crisis, years of investment have led to the construction of 139 wind farms. Greece's wind is today one of the most attractive energy resources in Europe, and the trend is likely to continue.
Masdar, in partnership with the United Arab Emirates’ Pacific Partnership Fund, has launched the first wind farm in Samoa.
According to the U.S. government agency FERC, renewables generated 100 percent of new U.S. energy capacity in July.
Ford and DTE Energy are partnering to build what the companies say will be the largest solar array in Michigan.
Uruguay has been seeking diversification in its energy portfolio as of late, with a particular focus on wind power.
Kohl's solar power investment portfolio now includes solar trees built by Envision Solar, a San Diego-based solar design company.