Supplier News

  1. Scientists Find An Unexpected Link Between Air Pollutants From Plants And Manmade Emissions

    Scientists are a step closer to understanding what controls fine particulate matter in the Earth’s atmosphere after identifying new linkages between natural contaminants and with manmade pollutants

  2. Microwave-Enhanced Membrane Filtration Technology For Water Treatment Designed By Dr. Wen Zhang's Group At New Jersey Institute Of Technology

    Water pollution affects millions of people worldwide and is a leading cause for public health concern. Specifically, unregulated and emerging pollutants, such as endocrine disrupting compounds (EDCs), pharmaceuticals and personal care products (PPCPs) are toxic and refractory, which can be challenging to remove via conventional water treatment processes.

  3. PATHWATER Introduces The First Reusable Packaging To An Environmentally Plagued Single-Use Plastic Water Bottle Industry

    PATHWATER is the first reusable bottled water created as a solution to help end single-use plastic pollution. PATHWATER aims to bust myths around aluminum and bring back safe and reusable containers such as the current BPA-Free aluminum bottle that can be reused and recycled infinitely

  4. INNIO Receives Another Significant Order For Jenbacher Gas Engines In China

    INNIO recently announced another significant order of Jenbacher gas engines in China. INNIO will supply Chongqing Yuxin Energy’s Chongqing Songzao Coal Mine plant, owned by Chongqing Energy Investment Group (CQEIG), with eight of its 3.35-megawatt (MW) Jenbacher J620 gas engines for an expansion of the coal mine methane (CMM) gas-fueled power plant.

  5. Morningstar Launches New Low Carbon Risk Index Family Emphasizing Companies Aligned With The Transition To A Low-Carbon Economy

    Morningstar, Inc. (Nasdaq: MORN), a leading provider of independent investment research, today announced the Morningstar Low Carbon Risk Index Family, a new group of indexes that provides diversified exposure to equities across regions and emphasizes companies aligned with the transition to a low-carbon economy

  6. EDF Renewables North America Awarded Contract For Solar Project In New York

    EDF Renewables North America recently announced the 212 megawatt (MWdc) / 170 MWac Morris Ridge Solar Project was awarded a long-term contract by the New York State Energy Research and Development Authority (NYSERDA) as part of the 2018 Renewable Energy Standard Solicitation

  7. Kiwi Energy Stays True To Its Mission Of Sustainability

    Kiwi Energy, an innovative energy retailer operating in the states of New Yorkand Ohio, is maintaining its commitment to sustainability throughout 2019

  8. Bion Files For International Patent On Process To Remediate Livestock Waste/ Produce Organic Fertilizer

    Bion Environmental Technologies, Inc. (OTC QB: BNET), a developer of advanced livestock waste treatment technology, announced it has filed an application under the Patent Cooperation Treaty (PCT) for international recognition of its process to produce a quick-release organic nitrogen fertilizer from livestock waste

  9. Carbon Relay Launches To Provide AI-Driven Solutions For Optimal Energy Efficiency In Data Centers

    Carbon Relay, the AI innovator helping the world's largest enterprises overcome their energy-related operational challenges, today launched and announced funding from a series of strategic investors, including Foxconn Technology Group

  10. IDTechEx Research Analyses The Dark Side Of Hydro Power

    Hydroelectric power is by far the most successful form of so-called zero-emission production of electricity but it has a dark side. Large hydro schemes drown huge areas of vegetation that emit methane for 100 years, far more damaging than carbon dioxide in global warming