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  1. Ingalls Health System Achieves Green Energy Savings, Reduces Carbon Footprint
    Ingalls Health System has taken a significant step towards reducing its carbon footprint, achieving an estimated 3,433-ton reduction of carbon dioxide, a significant greenhouse gas, from the purchase of 5 percent of its electricity from renewable, or “green,” energy sources
  2. Praxair Selected For Carbon Disclosure Leadership Index
    Praxair, Inc., has been included in the Carbon Disclosure Project (CDP) 2008 Carbon Disclosure Leadership Index. This index, comprised of only 67 companies among 500 of the world’s largest corporations, recognizes leaders in climate change disclosure practices, based on their responses to an annual CDP questionnaire
  3. Capstone Announces New Distributor Agreement For Vietnam
    Capstone Turbine Corporation, the world’s leading clean technology manufacturer of microturbine energy systems, today announced the signing of a new Distributor Agreement with Toan Thang Ltd. for oil & gas applications and market segments in Vietnam
  4. ADA-ES And Energy Capital Partners Form Joint Venture To Provide Equity For $350M Activated Carbon Production Facility
    ADA-ES, Inc.,announced today the formation of Crowfoot Development, LLC (Crowfoot), a joint venture with Energy Capital Partners (ECP), focused on the production of activated carbon (AC) for the mercury emissions control market for coal-fired power plants
  5. General Physics Corporation Awarded $10M Contract For Design And Construction Of One Of The Largest LNG/LCNG Fueling Facilities In The U.S.
    Global performance improvement solutions provider General Physics Corporation (GP), a subsidiary of GP Strategies Corporation , has been awarded a contract by the City of Los Angeles Department of General Services Fuel Services and Environmental Compliance Division Alternative Fuels Group for the design and construction of a Liquefied Natural Gas
  6. Perrin Quarles Associates, Inc. To Develop Australia's Emissions Trading Registry Under The Kyoto Protocol
    Perrin Quarles Associates, Inc. (PQA), a leading provider of environmental consulting services focusing on air quality and climate change, announced today that the firm was selected by Australia's Department of Climate Change to develop, implement, and support an emissions trading registry software solution that meets Kyoto Protocol requirements and will support the operation of Australia’s Carbon Pollution Reduction Scheme
  7. GreenChek Attains 3rd Party Certification From World Renowned And Globally Respected Testing Organization Clean Air Technologies International
    GreenChek Technology Inc., a leading globally focused provider of hydrogen based technology for mobile transportation and stationary power generation applications, reported today that after months of testing, base-lining, and implementing their ERD Technology they have completed the 3rd Party certification process in order to verify their hydrogen related products
  8. Green Star Alternative Energy Announces Notos Evaluating Additional Wind Farm Locations
    Green Star Alternative Energy, Inc. announces the acquisition of additional wind measurement systems from NRG Systems. The Company is obtaining 4 complete NRG – NOW – Symphonie structures
  9. Vulcan's Huntsville Quarry Receives Air Pollution Control Award
    Vulcan Materials Company has received the City of Huntsville’s Air Pollution Control Achievement Award. Vulcan’s Huntsville Quarry was recognized for significant plant and mobile equipment improvements that reduced particulate and diesel exhaust emissions
  10. EcoSecurities And ClimateBiz Announce That More Corporates Are Implementing Carbon Management Strategies To Tackle Climate Change
    EcoSecurities, a leading company in the business of sourcing, developing and trading emission reductions from greenhouse gas abatement projects, and ClimateBiz, the business resource for climate management, announce the findings of their ‘Carbon Offsetting Trends Survey 2008’, one of the first research studies to focus on corporate attitudes in relation to the concept of carbon offsetting