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Producing Hydrogen as a Renewable Resource

Friday, March 18, 2011

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Producing Hydrogen as a Renewable Resource

Siemens, at this moment, is part of a team investigating on the myriad of approaches on how to convert carbon dioxide (CO2) into useful chemical raw materials. In this research, they are taking into account the possibilities of removing the gas permanently from the environment. Such a process of fossil fuel combustion can reduce the [...]

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A survey on Canadian canola/soy growers’ standpoint on biodiesel

Tuesday, March 8, 2011

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A survey on Canadian canola/soy growers’ standpoint on biodiesel

When it comes to the use of biodiesel, over 300 Canadian growers of canola and soybean have shown their compelling support for this alternative fuel source. This was based on AgCall Inc.’s survey on growers’ perspective on biodiesel, which was done on a seven day time frame through the means of a telephone. On March [...]

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Bioengineers could augment the production of Ethanol through the development of bacterial strain

Wednesday, December 15, 2010

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Bioengineers could augment the production of Ethanol through the development of bacterial strain

In United States, a group of bioengineers have altered bacterial strain in order to enhance its capability to produce ethanol. A publication of this research can be found in Biotechnology and Bioengineering. The latter reveals the way metabolic and adaptation engineering can be mutually used for improving strain. This is an advance in the biofuel [...]

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Ozone Bubbles for a Cleanup of Chinese Site

Sunday, October 24, 2010

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Ozone Bubbles for a Cleanup of Chinese Site

A contaminated Chinese lake will be served as a test bed for a novel environmental cleaning technology that will involve ozone bubbles. The lake in question is known as the lake of Taihu. The lake is found next to the 4.5 million-powerful city of Wuxi. The lake has been contaminated by a number of pollutants [...]

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GMO Regulations Hampering the Growth of The Bio-fuel Industry

Wednesday, October 6, 2010

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GMO Regulations Hampering the Growth of The Bio-fuel Industry

The growth of the bio-fuel industry has been badly hurt through regulations. Promising bio-fuel for vehicles derived from trees and grasses (cellulosic biofuels) is now faced, with regulations that are tarnishing the research. The new GMO regulations have put an end to the advanced gene modification. In a recent study issued in the Journal of [...]

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Biomagnetics Diagnostics Going to Emphasis on Renewables

Wednesday, September 22, 2010

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Biomagnetics Diagnostics Going to Emphasis on Renewables

Biomagnetics Diagnostics, the pink sheets-listed diagnostic system developer has made an announcement regarding its intention to focus on the renewable energy sector after the completion of its merger with the biofuel company Zhuhai Energy Science Technology. The company stated that it is anticipating all the essential government approvals to be done this week and that [...]

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Outlook on Renewable Energy as Wind and Solar Energy are Emerging

Tuesday, September 14, 2010

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Outlook on Renewable Energy as Wind and Solar Energy are Emerging

Clean energy is a priority for the Obama administration. Denise Bode, CEO of the American Wind Energy Association (AWEA) said that a report was previously released by the Western Energy Alliance, which was in the past known as the Independent Petroleum Association of Mountain States. The document stated that renewable electricity is the only fundamental [...]

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Mars Mission Can Help To Revolutionize Solar Power Efficiency

Friday, September 10, 2010

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Mars Mission Can Help To Revolutionize Solar Power Efficiency

The recent technological advancement used by NASA scientists to uncover Mars might have a potential benefit to unravel world’s energy concerns. According to experts their technology could help to enhance the efficiency of solar energy. The NASA’s Mars rover robots have a self-cleaning system to avoid dust accumulation on solar panels. In other words, the [...]

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Bio-fuel is Causing High Demand For Land According To The World Bank

Thursday, September 9, 2010

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Bio-fuel is Causing High Demand For Land According To The World Bank

According to the World Bank, there is a high demand for agricultural land in developing countries. The focus is on bio-fuel. Recently, the World Bank has associated the increasing demand for farmland to bio-fuel. According to a ‘164-page report released by the World Bank’ developing and emerging economies are investing heavily in farmland. Last year [...]

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China Will Be Spending $3B on Alternative Energy – Trees

Wednesday, August 25, 2010

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China Will Be Spending $3B on Alternative Energy – Trees

China is planning to make an investment of $3 billion during the next decade in order to develop alternative energy fuels, to fight against desertification as well as to avoid landslides. In accordance to what the leading engineer of the State Forestry Administration, Wu Jian, stated at a news conference during the week, that the [...]

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