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A Royal Dutch Shell gas station in Canada has become world’s first to fill gas tanks of cars with biofuel made from wheat straw. For a trial period gasoline bought at the gas station will be containing 10% ethanol blended into the regular fuel.
If they gave out awards to columnists for advice that would cause the most harm to the nation if anybody actually followed it, then Greenbiz.com, Reuters, and Fortune contributor Marc Gunther would be a serious contender with his astonishingly uninformed piece “
” Let’s call this award the “Willie” named after George Will.
Over 17,000 Australians could be employed in the geothermal energy industry by 2050, according to a report released from WWF and the Australian Geothermal Energy Association (AGEA).
Biofuels – made from algae and non-food plants – are emerging as a potentially viable alternative to conventional jet fuels. Although big challenges remain, the reductions in greenhouse gas emissions could be major.
According to officials in Cuyahoga County,Ohio, a new offshore wind development could be built in Lake Erie within three years.
How does hydrogen propulsion work using the fuel cell principle?
Google is probably known best for being a powerful search engine, a quirky-cool corporation rolling in cash and an implementer of web-development dreams, and for good reason. (Seriously, how awesome is Google Analytics?) But among its plethora of capabilities, the role of “purveyor of renewable energy” sometimes gets lost in the mix.
[B]y the middle of the next decade, the price of solar power in Germany will decrease to that of conventionally generated electricity.
The world’s richest countries have agreed for some time that they must cover the costs of climate mitigation and adaptation for the poorest nations. But as the latest round of UN climate talks ends this week in Bonn, Germany, it is still unclear how industrialized nations will finance these strategies.
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