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  1. UC Irvine Extension Offers Climate Protection And Environmental Sustainability Course
    The University of California, Irvine Extension announced a new elective course in the Certificate Programs in Environment Management, and Sustainability Leadership. The course, “Climate Protection and Environmental Sustainability,” will be held on Fridays and Saturdays, beginning Jan. 23 and running through Feb. 7, from 8:30 a.m.- 5:00 p.m. at the UCI Learning Center in Orange, with no class meetings on January 30 and 31
  2. FedEx Announces Goals And Reports On Progress To Reduce Aircraft Emissions And Increase Vehicle Fuel Efficiency 20 Percent By 2020
    FedEx Corp., announced that by 2020 it plans to reduce carbon dioxide emissions from its FedEx Express aircraft fleet by 20 percent and improve the fuel efficiency of its FedEx Express vehicle fleet by 20 percent
  3. Solucorp Granted Patent For Its IFS Mercury Emission Control Technology
    Solucorp Industries Ltd., has been granted a patent for its Integrated Fixation System (IFS) Mercury Emissions Control technology from the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO). U.S. Patent No. 7,407,602 for the application and use of the IFS technology expires on March 24, 2026
  4. Hague Corp. Completes Merger With Solterra Renewable Technologies
    Hague Corp. (“Hague”), a publicly traded resource exploration company, today announced it has completed the planned reorganization transaction with Solterra Renewable Technologies, Inc.
  5. Airbiquity And Altea Announce Joint Development Of European Telematics Solution
    Airbiquity , a global leader in wireless communication solutions, has entered into a joint development agreement with Milan-based telematics service provider Altea to provide end-to-end connected telematics services to the European automotive marketplace
  6. ADA-ES Begins Work On DOE Contract For Development Of Clean Coal Technology
    ADA-ES, announced that it is now under contract and has started work on the Department of Energy (DOE) project that the Company was awarded in July to develop clean coal technology that will capture carbon dioxide from coal-fired power plants
  7. Biofuels Power Announces Pilot Biomass Power Generation And Carbon Sequestration Project To Help With Hurricane Ike Cleanup
    Biofuels Power Corporation, announced today that it will manage a project to use wood chips and other refuse from Hurricane Ike cleanup activities in the metro Houston area to fuel a pilot scale power generation and carbon sequestration project that will be connected to the ERCOT grid and provide up to 4 MW of low cost green electricity for Houston
  8. ADA-ES Reaffirms Activated Carbon Market Expectations
    ADA-ES, Inc., today reaffirmed its market expectations with regard to activated carbon (AC) for controlling mercury emission from coal-fired electrical generating units
  9. SolarCraft Helps Trione Vineyards Switch To Solar
    Novato-based SolarCraft announced today it has completed the design and installation of a 39.2 kW solar electric system for Trione Vineyards & Winery in Geyserville, CA. The winery’s new tasting room and production facility are now powered by the sun
  10. Cereplast Announces Results Of Greenhouse Gases Study Of Biopropylene
    Cereplast, Inc., manufacturer of proprietary bio-based, sustainable plastics, today announced that it has received confirmation of the low carbon footprint of its bioplastics-based Biopropylene resin