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  1. Britain’s Emissions Dropped By Six Per Cent In 2016 By Switching From Coal To Natural Gas

    The collaborative study by Dr Grant Wilson from the Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering and Energy 2050 at the University of Sheffield and Dr Iain Staffell from the Centre for Environmental Policy at Imperial College London, highlights the scale and speed of emissions reduction in Britain as a result of fuel switching from coal to natural gas through effective carbon pricing

  2. Power Solutions International 32-Liter Engine Achieves EPA Certification

    Power Solutions International, Inc. (“PSI”) (OTC Pink:PSIX), a leader in the design, engineering and manufacture of emissions-certified, alternative-fuel power systems, today announced that the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has certified the company’s 32-liter industrial engine. The new EPA certification, received on March 1, 2018, covers both stationary and mobile, non-road applications for constant speed operation on pipeline quality natural gas (CNG/LNG) and propane (LPG)

  3. ClearSign Announces Completion Of Follow-On Project For Aera Energy

    ClearSign Combustion Corporation (NASDAQ: CLIR), an emerging leader in industrial combustion technologies that reduce emissions and improve efficiency, today announced the installation and initial performance test at Aera Energy's S-9 Coalinga OTSG (Once Through Steam Generator) unit on a complex waste gas application

  4. Nation's First Electric Delivery Van, Developed By Workhorse, Coming To San Francisco

    Workhorse Group Inc. (NASDAQ: WKHS), an American technology company focused on providing sustainable and cost-effective electric mobility solutions to the commercial electric transportation sector, today announced that the company is deploying the country's first fleet of all-electric, zero-emission N-GEN cargo vans in the Bay Area, beginning next month

  5. Helsinki Announces Plan How To Become Carbon Neutral By 2035

    A Helsinki expert group has completed a proposal for an action plan that outlines how the city can be rendered carbon neutral by 2035. Entitled Carbon Neutral Helsinki 2035, the plan details how to reduce energy consumption and how to increase on-site renewable energy generation in the city

  6. Enerkem Makes A Major Breakthrough By Producing A New High-Octane Biofuel

    Enerkem Inc., a world-leading waste-to-biofuels and chemicals producer, announced today during the 255th American Chemical Society national meeting being held in New Orleans, that it had succeeded in producing a new high-performance biofuel that could improve the octane rating of fuels sold on the market and reduce their carbon footprint

  7. XIMANTIS Innovates Traffic Forecasting With AI - Stochastic Algorithm Targeting Reduction In Congestion And Emissions

    XIMANTIS AB, A Swedish start-up announces the successful integration of Machine Learning with stochastic modelling technologies and data analytics, generating greatly improved traffic forecasts, aiming at reducing congestion and emissions

  8. New NPG Research Shows How Great Hopes For Renewable Energy Cutter CO2 Emissions Will Be Negated By U.S. Population Growth

    Does the answer to winning the battle against climate change lie in turning over great swaths of land and coastal waters to massive solar and wind farms? According to a newly released study by Negative Population Growth (NPG) the answer is a definite “NO!”

  9. International Airlines Group Adopts Connected Aircraft Solution To Reduce Carbon Emissions And Boost Fuel Savings

    Honeywell (NYSE: HON) announces that its GoDirect® Flight Efficiency software is being deployed by International Airlines Group across its fleet of more than 500 aircraft

  10. API: EPA Review Confirms Safety And Progress In Refinery Sector Emissions

    API issued the following statement regarding the release of EPA’s proposed amendments to its refinery emissions regulations based on analyses that, after significant effort and years in review, show that refineries are operating at safe air emissions levels to protect public health.