Even in oil country folks are turning to electric golf carts for transport. Like in Hobart, Oklahoma.
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Emerging Energy Resrearch's new report says the carbon sequestration tech will get serous attention this year and may be at significant scale by 2016. The petrochemical industry is very interested in carobn sequestration as a way of making their products and processes produce less green house gas.
China has been doubling its wind-powered electricity generation every year for the past three. Yet many proposed wind-powered projects never happen because in this neo-capitalist company the projects won't make a profit.
Researchers are developing bioreactors to trap and neutralize nitrate rich water that runs off our fields and farms. I've blogged in the past now heavy nitrate concentrations are creating dead zones in some of the world's offshore water.
This goes with the Envision CEO interview story.First: the Kyocera solar grove canopy above their San Diego headquarters parking lot:SYSTEM SIZE:235...
Some blog goodies from prolific Michael Kanellos at CNET:Phoenix is going to be making electric trucks, they promise. But it won't be happening this year after all.
The electric cars are parked in the courtyard here at University of California at Davis. From the Jaguar-wannabe Tesla EBS Viper to the covered motorcycle from Myers Motors, they catch your eye.
Corporations spend much more on energy than they do on pizza and free popcorn for the company kitchens. But you and I probably spend several time smore on food than we do energy.
There is growing awareness among British IT managers that energy costs are no longer negligible, and may never be again. A recent commentary from the CEO of Celona Technologies points out words still win out over action.