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  1. Federal Energy Regulatory Commission Approves National Fuel's $455M Northern Access Project

    Buffalo-based National Fuel Gas Supply Corporation ("Supply") and Empire Pipeline, Inc. ("Empire"), both wholly-owned subsidiaries of National Fuel Gas Company ("National Fuel"), recently received notice that the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission ("FERC") has approved their application to construct the Northern Access 2016 Project (“Northern Access Project” or "Project")

  2. Game On! NRG And NFL Power Super Bowl LI With Clean, Renewable Energy

    NRG Energy Inc. and its subsidiary Reliant, the premier retail electricity provider in Texas, have teamed up with the NFL to provide 100% Green-e certified renewable energy to NRG Stadium, site of Super Bowl LI, and the George R. Brown Convention Center, location of the NFL Experience and other NFL celebrations in Houston

  3. City Of Phoenix And Ameresco Host Groundbreaking Event At The 91st Ave Wastewater Treatment Plant Biogas Project

    Ameresco, Inc., a leading renewable energy and energy efficiency company, and the City of Phoenix today hosted a ceremonial groundbreaking event for the start of a multi-million dollar wastewater treatment biogas utilization project at the 91st Ave Wastewater Treatment Plant (WWTP)

  4. Tetra Pak Announces Science Based Targets For Climate Impact Reduction

    Tetra Pak recently pledged that by 2030, the greenhouse gas emissions from its own operations will be at least 40% lower than in 2015.

  5. Univar's ChemCare And Systech Environmental Corporation Convert 1 Billion Pounds Of Chemical Waste Into Useable Fuel

    Univar Inc. (NYSE: UNVR), a leading global chemical distributor, announced today that it has reached a significant milestone in its sustainability efforts, shipping 1 Billion pounds of fuel-quality waste from its waste chemical business, ChemCare, to Systech Environmental Corporation, for reuse

  6. A New Report Finds That Today's Heavy-Duty Natural Gas Engines Perform With Lower NOx Emissions Than EPA Certification Standard Providing Much Needed Emissions Reductions For California

    A report released by the University of California Riverside's College of Engineering-Center for Environmental Research and Technology (CE-CERT), found that new ultra-low emission natural gas heavy-duty vehicles met and exceeded their certification standards during a full range of duty cycles

  7. NTE Energy To Implement Groundbreaking Greenhouse Gas Reduction Program For Killingly Energy Center

    NTE Energy, a leading power generation developer in the U.S., has taken its commitment to reducing greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions and increasing renewable generation to a new industry level

  8. PCBs And Lead To Be Removed From Eighteen Mile Creek Superfund Site In Lockport, N.Y.

    The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has finalized a plan to remove contamination in the creek corridor section of the Eighteen Mile Creek Superfund Site, in Lockport, N.Y. The creek corridor is approximately one mile in length and extends from the Erie Canal to Harwood Street in Lockport.

  9. AT&T, Current, Georgia Power And The City Of Atlanta Light The Way For Smart City Innovation

    AT&T* teamed with Current, powered by GE and Georgia Power, a subsidiary of Southern Company, to test intelligent lighting solutions in Atlanta

  10. SoCalGas And CR&R Environmental Announce Construction Of Pipeline To Provide Carbon-Neutral Renewable Natural Gas

    Southern California Gas Co. (SoCalGas) and waste management company CR&R Environmental today announced they broke ground on construction of an eight-inch pipeline that will bring carbon-neutral renewable natural gas into the SoCalGas distribution system for the first time