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May 9, 2008The total energy output of photovoltaic (PV) solar cells sold around the world in 2007 increased 51% to 3,733 megawatts (Mw) according to independent research group the Worldwatch...
May 9, 2008Chris Davies, member of the European Parliament and parliamentary rapporteur for draft carbon capture and storage (CCS) technology legislation in the European Union (EU) plans to table...
May 7, 2008The European Union (EU) is considering fast-tracking applications for patents relating to technologies that could curb climate change, according to comments made earlier this week by...
May 6, 2008Carbon capture and storage (CCS) technology is nothing more than a “false hope,” according to a report published this week by environmental group ...
May 1, 2008The Linde Group and Waste Management (Houston) have formed a joint venture to build a $15.5-million liquefied natural gas (LNG) facility to convert landfill gas into liquid fuel at...
April 22, 2008Dow Chemical says its Performance Fluids business has secured three major deals selling thousands of tonnes of its heat transfer fluid Dowtherm A for use in concentrated solar power...
April 18, 2008Energy issues were among the key topics raised in presentations as well as informal discussions at European chlor-alkali industry group Euro Chlor’s Seventh International...
March 31, 2008Researchers at the U.S. Department of Energy’s National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL; Golden, CO) say they are closer to generating a non-silicon thin-film solar energy cell...
March 25, 2008The Commonwealth Science and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO; Clayton, Australia) and the Thermal Power Research Institute (TPRI; Xian, China) have signed an agreement to...
March 25, 2008EPA has named the Presidential Green Chemistry awards, with three chemical companies among the winners. Award recipients include Hercules for its part in developing a formaldehyde-free...
March 25, 2008The chemicals industry historically has been permitted to release thousands of m.t./year of carbon dioxide (CO2) and other green house gases (GHG) into the environment from...