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DOE invests $67 million in nuclear power technology

Aug 21, 2014

$11 million will be awarded for 12 research and development projects led by U.S. universities

EPA's Final Rule for 316(b) effective October 14

Aug 20, 2014 The 316(b) standards under the Clean Water Act was published in the Federal Register on Aug. 14, meaning the rule set forth by U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) becomes effective Oct. 14.

Energy efficiency initiatives to transform the smart building market

Aug 20, 2014 Opportunities for manufacturers will be particularly promising in the stabilizing economies of Brazil, Russia, India, China, Germany and the United States due to high infrastructure spending 

UK coal plant in Europe emissions controversy

Aug 20, 2014

A UK power plant that made the 'Dirty Thirty' list of Europe’s most polluting power stations last month is generating new controversy.

Florida Gov. meets with climate scientists

Aug 19, 2014

Florida Gov. Rick Scott met with climate scientists Tuesday.

ClearSign, Aera Energy demonstrate NOx emissions control technology in California

Aug 19, 2014 ClearSign Combustion Corp., a combustion and emissions control technology provider has entered into a Field Test Agreement with Aera Energy LLC to demonstrate and test its Duplex™ tile combustion t...

Indianapolis utility to convert coal plant to gas plant

Aug 19, 2014

IPL will stop burning coal at the power plant at its 3-unit Harding Street complex on the city's south side in 2016 

Coal-burning CHP persists in Europe

Aug 19, 2014

Environmental activists are planning a demonstration for this weekend against proposed new coal mines to be sited on the Polish-German border.

Basin Electric discusses carbon capture technology with DOE head

Aug 19, 2014

Moniz learned about the technology used at the Synfuels Plant to convert coal into natural gas and other products, including carbon dioxide.

Edmonton pushes for carbon tax to fund district energy

Aug 19, 2014 The Canadian city of Edmonton is waiting to see if a proposal that could fund a long-sought after district energy scheme is approved by the province’s Climate Change and Emissions Management Fund.