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Biofuels

Ahead of the COP 21 climate talks in Paris, the company Novozymes advocates for biofuel and calls for "aggressive numbers" to reduce carbon emissions.

A food waste A-Team is converging on the tiny hamlet of Yaphank, Long Island, and CNG vehicles throughout the region will get renewable biogas.

Clean Power

If you guessed Warren Buffett you're wrong -- another US billionaire is building the largest wind farm in North America, partly on his own...

Clean Power

While the slumping fossil industry is shedding jobs by the thousands, the Obama Administration is pushing for acceleration in the solar jobs sector.

Clean Power

The Obama Administration is throwing $75 million at another one of those silly-sounding research projects, artificial photosynthesis.

Biofuels

Yet another sustainability threefer for algae: producing algae biofuel from municipal wastewater, removing pollutants, and saving energy, too.

Clean Power

From solar eclipse to solar leader: new report on global utility scale solar investment highlights US investors NRG Energy, MidAmerican.

Biofuels

Proteomic research has uncovered a whopping 1,750 unique proteins in switchgrass, clearing a new path for then development of next generation biofuel.

The US Navy has once again used Facebook to link its Task Force Energy to forceful statements on climate change, climate denial, and the...

Clean Power

Whether you call it the Architecture of Abundance or the Plethora of Pipelines, the new GOP energy plan ignores the utility scale solar surge.

Batteries

A new residential financing deal packages energy storage with solar panels in a combined rental and lease deal, so homeowners pay no money up...

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