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8 hrs ago | Environmental Leader
The 53.2 billion gallon a year biofuel industry is poised for a "huge" slowdown in capacity growth, according to a study by Lux Research .
12 hrs ago | Freshnews
DTE Energy Services, Inc. has finished its construction project to convert a shuttered coal-fired power plant at the Port of Stockton to operate on biomass fuel.
14 hrs ago | Christian Science Monitor
Shown are the links among the ocean's biological pump and pelagic food web. Light blue waters are the euphotic zone, while the darker blue waters represent the twilight zone.
18 hrs ago | Our World 2.0
Though modern fuels like kerosene and liquefied petroleum gas are the major sources of cooking energy in urban India, a large proportion of households still use biomass such as firewood, dung, crop residue and coal/charcoal.
The US Department of Energy's Bioenergy Technologies Office will hold four alternative fuel workshops over the next three weeks.
If you've never seen these things on a menu, that's probably because humans don't generally catch or eat the denizens of the mesopelagic zone, that slice of sea about 656 to 3,280 feet below the ocean surface .
The aim of this contribution is to study the effect of native and introduced biofuel crop plantations on the soil biota in comparison with cultural meadow vegetation used as control."
Minnesota regulators approved 29 renewable energy projects to receive $42 million in grants from Xcel Energy 's Renewable Development Fund.
Algae cultivation has long been the Holy Grail for chemical and fuel manufacturing, but success has remained elusive.
The CO2 fertilization hypothesis stipulates that rising atmospheric CO2 has a positive effect on tree growth due to increasing availability of carbon.
For soil microbiology, it is the best of times. While no one has undertaken an accurate census, a spoonful of soil holds hundreds of billions of microbial cells, encompassing thousands of species.
Nothing dies of old age in the ocean. Everything gets eaten and all that remains of anything is waste.
Invasive exotic plant species, such as the Turkish Rocket , are often fast-growing and competitive.
Paul Taylor is a rocket-scientist-turned-revolutionary, who's mission is to get a biochar industry established across Australia.
Zilkha Biomass Energy LLC, a renewable energy company providing the first commercially available water-resistant wood pellet, has agreed to license its Zilkha BlackA Pellet technology to Cate Street Capital, a national leader in developing green technology companies.