Honeywell and Siemens are among 13 companies chosen by the Army Corps of Engineers to build biomass-fueled energy projects. Their selection completed the first round for all four technologies, including geothermal, solar, and wind companies.
PEAT International has successfully commissioned a Plasma Thermal Destruction and Recovery (PTDR) systems in Shanghai, China. The system was designed to deconstruct medical waste and oil refinery sludge.
The International Energy Agency’s 2013 edition of the Key World Energy Statistics is now available for download. The booklet shows the energy consumption, production, and transformation in more than 140 countries.
Shortage of Ingredient May Cause Power Disruption
Research shows damage to air quality and possible radiation risks also occur.
Recent IPCC report sites human influence cause of global warming
The rufa red knot, a shorebird the size of a robin, has been listed as a threatened species under the Endangered Species Act. The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service made the announcement on Friday, September 27.
The DOE puts $60 million into training then next generation’s nuclear energy leaders.
Whether or not the federal Bureau of Land Management will drill into The San Rafael Swell - a prized geological formation in Utah - remains an area of strong concern.
300,000 gallons of sewage and 233,000 gallons of molasses dumped in Hawaii’s waters.
The EPA administrator and secretary of energy will participate in a White House Google+ Hangout starting at 12:15 p.m. EDT.
Limits C02 emissions on new power plants
Scientists used satellite data and climate model to dispel prior assumptions that Antartic ice melt caused primarily from iceberg calving.
A new research study discovered that tropical trees can fix themselves by capturing nitrogen from the air after being logged.
Available online, it includes more than 2 million chemical analyses of sediment, tissue, water, and oil, as well as toxicity testing results and related documentation collected by federal agencies, state environmental management agencies, and BP and its contractors.
In a word, the key to future biofuel development stinks.
The Louisiana governor calls the oil company out for spending more money on advertising than disaster relief.
The two organizations sponsor a $2 million competition aimed at saving our oceans.
And the number of labs being seized this year is up significantly, Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine reported.