Supplier News

  1. Carbon Lighthouse And Hawaiian Airlines Co-Pilot Clean Energy Project In Honolulu

    Carbon Lighthouse, a clean energy company dedicated to stopping climate change, and Hawaiian Airlines, the world's premium leisure destination carrier, today announced a partnership to launch a two-month pilot focused on turning energy waste into guaranteed financial returns at the Hawaiian Airlines' Airport Center building

  2. Electrolux Highlights Lower Emissions And Investments For Improved Climate Impact In 2018 Sustainability Report

    Electrolux, the appliance industry sustainability leader, today reported a 66% reduction in CO2 emissions from its operations since 2005, and highlighted how significant investments at manufacturing sites and in new product platforms will make a major contribution to the company achieving its climate targets

  3. Study Examines Commercial Hybrid-Electric Aircraft, Reduced Carbon Emissions

    Although we’re still a long way from commercial airplanes powered by a combination of fossil fuel and batteries, a recent feasibility study at the University of Illinois explored fuel/battery configurations and the energy lifecycle to learn the tradeoffs needed to yield the greatest reductions in carbon dioxide emissions.

  4. Westlake Chemical Joins Global Alliance To End Plastic Waste

    Westlake Chemical Corporation (NYSE: WLK), today announced the company has joined the Alliance to End Plastic Waste (AEPW), an organization launched in January 2019 to advance solutions to eliminate plastic waste in the environment, especially in the ocean. “Westlake is pleased to have joined the Alliance to End Plastic Waste as part of our long-standing commitment to sustainability,” said Albert Chao, President and Chief Executive Officer, Westlake Chemical Corporation. “With our core value of

  5. Air Liquide And Severstal Further Strengthen Their Partnership With A New Long-Term Contract

    Air Liquide and PAO Severstal, a steel and mining company, have signed a new long-term contract for the supply of oxygen, nitrogen and argon in Cherepovets (Russia)

  6. Arizona's Rural Renewables Generate $9.4B In Economic Impact

    The Western Way, in partnership with the Yuma County Chamber of Commerce released, "The Economic Benefits of Arizona Rural Renewable Energy Facilities"  

  7. Honda Environmental Leadership Program Wins 2019 Climate Leadership Award, Honors First Platinum-Level Powersports Dealer For Significant Energy Reduction

    Recognizing Honda's efforts to help measurably and verifiably reduce the carbon footprint of its independently-owned dealers, Honda was presented with an Innovative Partnership Certificate at the 2019 Climate Leadership Awards for its exemplary leadership in reducing carbon pollution and addressing climate change

  8. Carbon Engineering Concludes USD$68M Private Investment Round And Proceeds With Commercialization Of Carbon Dioxide Removal Technology

    Carbon Engineering Ltd. (CE), a Canadian clean energy company, today announced the completion of an equity financing round of USD$68 million, marking the largest private investment made into a Direct Air Capture (DAC) company to date

  9. Soot Emissions Decrease In Most Arctic Countries

    Emissions of black carbon (soot) have decreased in most countries of the Arctic Council, according to material presented at the recent meeting of the council's expert group distributed by the government of Finland

  10. Gold Resource Corporation's Aguila Project Connects To Power Grid Reducing Environmental Emissions

    Gold Resource Corporation (NYSE American: GORO) (the “Company”) today announced the successful power line connection of its El Aguila Project in Oaxaca, Mexico to the Federal Electricity Commission’s (Comisión Federal de Electricidad or CFE) power grid