Biofuel

Energy Jobs: Biomass Jobs to be Saved in Northern California

Local biomass jobs in Northern California might be saved by an amendment to SB859. The bill and the workers affected await the signature of Governor Jerry Brown.

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CES 2015 – Green Technology Home Solutions

Green Technology, Carbon Footprint

Multiple green technology home solutions are designed to help you to reduce your ecological footprint while also saving money each year.

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From evil to Earth-friendly: converting a diesel generator to biofuels

Biofuels

Diesel generators can be nasty things. Older models not equipped with air filters and catalytic converters can spew huge amounts of pollution into the air. In places like California’s Central Valley, older diesel generators still provide power to irrigate farmland. The Environmental Protection Agency is taking action by working to replacing old pumps, but many diesel generators are still kept on hand ...

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Biorepositories For Specimen Storage

Storage of biospecimens for research, scientific investigations and experiments requires placement in a biorepository, and animal, human, and other life form specimens can be stored and preserved for scientific study. National and international guidelines have been specified to ensure the quality and integrity of biorepositories in order to protect biospecimens and provide better quality materials for successful research. What Is ...

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E-motorcycles, Alternative Fuels Rev Bikers’ Interests

alternative fuels

Like cars, SUVs, and just about any combustible-engine vehicle these days, motorcycles can also be customized to perform in a “greener” fashion. Environmentally sensitive bikers have started to modify their motorcycle’s parts to run on alternative or biofuels. More riders are taking an interest, both for the potential impact on Mother Nature and on their wallets. Gasoline is not cheap, ...

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Rising Sun: The Slow Transition to Solar Power

Green Energy

Moving toward a solar energy world is the goal for many environmentalists. But the road to a golden radiation energy scenario is fraught with economic issues. With all the excitement in the industry, the big question remains: Can the long-term promise of renewable energy shift down to common, everyday use by homeowners and businesses? For the most part it can, ...

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Dept. of Defense Drives Clean Energy Market

Quick—who’s the largest consumer of energy in the world? China? Europe? None of the above. It’s the U.S. Department of Defense. Our military’s consumption of energy makes it a prime candidate for going green, saving money, reducing our country’s environmental footprint, and creating more energy jobs. The DOD isn’t blind to this fact. It’s going to accelerate it’s green technology ...

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