Across The Wire

  1. Essity's Emission Targets On Line With Paris Climate Agreement

    Essity's new targets for reduction of greenhouse gas emission have been approved by the Science Based Targets initiative

  2. Green Science Alliance Has Started Supplying Solid Electrolyte Li7La3Zr2O12 (LLZO) With Garnet Type Structure For Solid-State Lithium Ion Battery

    Global warming is becoming a serious issue because of the increase in greenhouse gases such as methane and carbon dioxide (CO2)

  3. California Air Resources Board (CARB) Taps AVL To Provide Integrated Testing Solution For World's Largest Net-Zero Emissions Lab

    AVL has been awarded the contract to provide nearly all the software and hardware for light and heavy duty vehicle, engine and powertrain testing at the new California Air Resources Board's (CARB) lab in Riverside, Calif

  4. Transportation Advocates Commend States' Announcement To Develop Regional Program To Modernize Transportation And Reduce Vehicle Pollution

    Leading environmental, scientific, transportation, health, and business organizations working to advance modern, clean, equitable and low-carbon transportation celebrated an announcement recently from nine Northeast and Mid-Atlantic governors and the Mayor of Washington, D.C. to move forward with a regional clean transportation initiative

  5. The Silent Transition To Electric And Hybrid Vessels

    Since the early 2010s, sales of pure electric and hybrid vessels have grown steadily, mainly driven by the need to reduce local pollution of NOx, SOx and particulate matter in a handful of emission control areas (ECA) that are local to coastlines

  6. OXIS Energy Key Component Of Safe Road Electrification Project To Launch In January

    The Lithium Sulphur for Safe Road Electrification (LISA) 43 month project starts on the 1st January 2019. It is worth over €7.9m and consists of 13 European partners including OXIS Energy UK Ltd. The overall goal is to design and manufacture a lithium sulfur technology that will enable safe electrification of EV applications

  7. Kalama Methanol Plant Offers Strong Prospects For Net Global Greenhouse Gas Reduction Benefits

    Independent analysis published by the Low Carbon Prosperity Institute (LCPI) finds compelling evidence that the most likely outcome from production of methanol at the Kalama Methanol Manufacturing and Marine Export Facility (KMMEF) is a net global greenhouse gas (GHG) reduction benefit in the short, medium, and long-term

  8. Nuvve Corporation Fuels Innovation In Vehicle-To-Grid (V2G) Technology To Bridge The Gap Between Renewable Energy And Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging

    Nuvve Corporation, a San Diego-based, green energy technology company, has announced a number of strategic partnerships, pilot programs, and company milestones to further advance vehicle-to-grid (V2G) technology in support of bringing electric vehicles (EVs) to the masses globally, while significantly reducing the number of greenhouse gases being emitted by transportation and energy production

  9. Fulcrum Targets Northwest Indiana For The Location Of Its Next Waste-To-Fuel Plant

    Fulcrum BioEnergy announced today that it has selected Gary, Indiana for the location of its Centerpoint BioFuels Plant, which will convert municipal solid waste into low-carbon, renewable transportation fuel

  10. Holgate Schools Partner With En-Trust And Inovateus Solar To Reduce 80% Of Energy Load With Solar Power

    The En-Trust group and Inovateus Solar are proud to announce the completion of the Holgate Local Schools' solar array. The project will provide clean, renewable energy and energy efficiency upgrades to the Holgate Local School system through a guaranteed energy savings contract