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  1. Citizens Against Government Waste Applauds EPA Affordable Clean Energy Plan

    Recently, Citizens Against Government Waste (CAGW) applauded the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) for proposing the Affordable Clean Energy (ACE) rule

  2. XL’s Electrified Ford F-250 Earns California Air Resources Board Executive Order

    XL, the leader in connected vehicle electrification solutions for commercial and municipal fleets, recently announced it has received approval from the California Air Resources Board (CARB) to sell hybrid electric Ford F-250 pickup trucks in California, marking the 14th CARB executive order achieved by the company

  3. CECO Environmental Sees Growing Demand For Patented Peerless EDGE AIG Technology

    CECO Environmental Corp.,, a leading global provider of air quality and fluid handling technology, announced recently that the company’s leading engineered energy equipment CECO Peerless brand has recently completed a number of SCR system retrofit upgrades as well as new SCR Exhaust Systems utilizing its patented EDGE AIG technology

  4. Ingevity To Increase And Upgrade Activated Carbon Extrusion In Covington, Virginia

    Ingevity Corporation recently announced that it will increase extrusion capacity at its Covington, Virginia, facility in response to continued significant growth in global demand for its extruded activated carbon pellet products

  5. Alt Fuels Leader Blue Bird First To Offer Certified Ultra-Low NOx Level For Propane School Buses

    In a tradition of offering first-to-market alternative fuel innovations, Blue Bird once again has set the standard for air quality in the school bus industry

  6. KB Home Receives Industry-Leading Number Of ENERGY STAR Certified Home Market Leader Awards

    KB Home is pleased to announce that it has been recognized by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) with 2018 ENERGY STAR Certified Homes Market Leader Awards in each of its primary markets nationwide

  7. The Endowment For Clean Oceans (ECO) Announces Its World-Wide $1M & $5M Contests For Solutions To Remove Micro And Macro Plastics From The Ocean

    The design of the Endowment for Clean Oceans (ECO) $1M contest has been finalized, and we will be making a series of announcements about who will be selected as the judges for our contests to find a sustainable, globally-deployable technology to remove micro and macro plastics from the world’s oceans

  8. California Entering Decade Of Disruption, As Power System Shifts Dramatically

    With California’s grid facing an era of rapid change as access to renewable energy grows, three new reports from the nonprofit, nonpartisan think tank Next 10 examine key issues involving the state’s power system. The reports take a deep dive into how the grid might be challenged or helped by the rise of electric vehicles; the increase in distributed energy resources, such as rooftop solar panels; and the growth of community choice aggregation, which

  9. Spectra7 Launches Eco-Link Initiative To Lower Hyperscale Data Center Carbon Footprint

    Spectra7 Microsystems Inc., a leading provider of high-performance analog semiconductor products for broadband connectivity markets, recently launched its Eco-Link initiative aimed at reducing the carbon emissions in data centers

  10. Kraft Heinz Expands Environmental Commitments To Include Sustainable Packaging And Carbon Reduction

    As part of its commitment to reduce natural resource needs and manage overall environmental footprint, The Kraft Heinz Company recently announced the expansion of its environmental stewardship strategy to include time-bound targets for achieving greater packaging sustainability and setting science-based goals to reduce greenhouse gas emissions