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  1. FuelCell Energy Celebrates 8 Million MWH Of Clean Power Generation

    FuelCell Energy, Inc., a global leader in delivering clean, innovative and affordable fuel cell solutions for the supply, recovery and storage of energy, today announced reaching a significant clean power generation milestone with a total of more than eight million megawatt hours having been generated by SureSource™ fuel cell power plants globally since the first commercial installation

  2. Holy Cross Energy Sets New 70% Clean Energy And Greenhouse Gas Emissions Reduction Goals

    Holy Cross Energy (HCE), the electric cooperative serving the Colorado counties of Eagle, Garfield and Pitkin, including the resort towns of Aspen and Vail, today announced that it has formally adopted SEVENTY70THIRTY; its new clean energy and greenhouse gas reduction goals for its future power supply resources

  3. Ballard Unveils Next Generation Zero-Emission Fuel Cell Stack For Heavy Duty Motive Market

    Ballard Power Systems today unveiled its next-generation high performance liquid-cooled fuel cell stack, the FCgen®-LCS, at the IAA Commercial Vehicles Trade Fair and Convention being held this week in Hannover, Germany

  4. ICE Futures Europe Emissions Auction Result

    Intercontinental Exchange, a leading operator of global exchanges and clearing houses and provider of data and listings services, announced that today’s auction of 5,741,500 EU Allowances (EUAs) held on behalf of the UK Government’s Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy (BEIS) was cancelled as a result of the total volume of bids falling short of the volume of the allowances being auctioned

  5. Evergreen Packaging Identifies An Emerging Segment Of Grocery Shoppers Who Focus On The Environmental Impacts Of Packaging In Addition To The Health And Environmental Impacts Of The Foods And Beverages They Contain

    Evergreen Packaging, a global leader in fiber-based packaging solutions, recently released a report based on data from the annual EcoFocus Trend Study, which forecasts key trends that will shape the U.S. food and beverage industries in the year ahead

  6. Wrangler Is First To Adopt Dry Indigo Denim

    Wrangler recently confirmed an agreement for denim fabric to be produced later this year with a new foam-dyeing process that will eliminate 99 percent of the water typically used in the indigo-dyeing

  7. EPA Backs Maryland Plan To Improve Water Quality

    Recently, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) announced it has approved and helped fund a $327.7 million plan by Maryland to implement key water infrastructure projects, including new and upgraded wastewater treatment plants to better serve residents, increase efficiency and reduce pollution to local waters and the Chesapeake Bay

  8. U.S. EPA Requires Sacramento Area Sanitation District To Reduce Risk Of Chemical Releases, Pay Penalty

    The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has reached a settlement with the Sacramento Regional County Sanitation District for chemical safety and risk management violations at the Sacramento Regional Wastewater Treatment Plant. The sanitation district will pay a $37,830 civil penalty and make improvements to its risk management practices.

  9. InventHelp Inventor Develops Overflow Collector For Boat Fuel Tanks (FED-1788)

    An inventor from Deer Harbor, Wash., was concerned with the current design of boat fuel tanks, which allows excess gasoline to drain out and pollute the water. So he came up with an accessory to make the fueling process more environmentally friendly

  10. Port Of Los Angeles Preliminarily Awarded $41M From California Air Resources Board To Launch Zero Emissions Hydrogen-Fuel-Cell-Electric Freight Project

    The California Air Resources Board (CARB) has preliminarily awarded $41M to the Port of Los Angeles (POLA) for the Zero-Emission and Near Zero-Emission Freight Facilities (ZANZEFF) project