Supplier News

  1. Meet Iris: GHGSat To Launch A Second Emissions-Monitoring Satellite This Summer

    GHGSat, a private company which owns and operates the world's first and only satellite designed specifically to monitor greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions from industrial sources, is proud to announce today that its second satellite will be known as Iris

  2. INNIO To Supply Six Jenbacher Gas Engines For Innovative Microgrid Project In Finland

    INNIO announced recently that it will supply six Jenbacher gas engines for the LEMENE microgrid project in Finland, helping the Finnish government reach its climate goal of having 100 percent of its energy come from renewable sources by 2030

  3. Smell Something, Say Something: Carnegie Mellon And Seventh Generation Partner To Take Action Against Air Pollution With 'Smell MyCity' App

    Seventh Generation, a leading household and personal care products company and pioneer in the environmentally conscious products space, today announced a partnership with Carnegie Mellon University’s CREATE Lab to provide citizens in communities across the country with tools to take positive action against air pollution

  4. I.E.S. Develops Technology To Mine Sea Water Without Harming The Environment

    The German scientific research company I.E.S., (, made a breakthrough after 19 years of research inventing a technology that makes sea miningpossible without harming the environment

  5. EDF Renewables North America Enters Agreement With Tucson Electric Power To Build Oso Grande Wind Project

    EDF Renewables North America recently announced they have entered into a Build and Transfer Agreement (BTA) with Tucson Electric Power (TEP) for the 247.4 megawatt (MW) Oso Grande Wind Project

  6. DTE Energy Accelerates Carbon Reduction Goal A Full Decade, Will Reduce Emissions 80 Percent By 2040

    DTE Energy today announced a bold new goal to reduce carbon emissions 80 percent by 2040 – accelerating by a full decade the carbon reduction commitment it made to Michigan residents and businesses just two years ago. In the company's Integrated Resource Plan (IRP) being submitted to the Michigan Public Service Commission on Friday, DTE outlines the steps it will take over the next five years, and beyond, to transform to a cleaner generation mix – adding more renewables, increasing energy efficiency for its customers above state requirements and retiring coal plants sooner than previously announced

  7. Ameresco Receives Eight Solar Project Awards

    Ameresco, Inc, a leading energy efficiency and renewable energy company announced it won eight (8) solar project awards under the Solar Massachusetts Renewable Target (SMART) Program. The SMART Program is a solar incentive program that encourages the development of 1,600 MW of new solar PV technology across Massachusetts utilities

  8. Parliament Backs New CO2 Emissions Limits For Cars And Vans

    Plans to reduce greenhouse-gas emissions from cars and vans by 2030, already informally agreed with EU ministers, were approved by MEPs on Wednesday

  9. Fuel Tech Awarded Air Pollution Control Orders Totaling $2.7M

    Fuel Tech, Inc., a technology company providing advanced engineering solutions for the optimization of combustion systems, emissions control and water treatment in utility and industrial applications, recently announced the receipt of multiple air pollution control (APC) contracts from customers in the US and China

  10. New Consortium To Reduce Environmental Footprint Of Rice Production

    A new global consortium, the Sustainable Rice Landscapes Initiative, will bring together expertise from international organizations, research institutions and business groups with significant market influence to tackle the enormous environmental footprint of rice production, members of the partnership announced recently