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Langson Energy Creates Green Power from Pressure

Carson City, Nevada-based Langson Energy has created a way to make green energy from wasted pressure in a cost-effective manner. This new technology – called the Gas Letdown Generator – allows the company to use readily available, robust, and inexpensive components. The Gas Letdown Generator is more cost-effective than turbines are,  allowing professionals to produce green power from pressure currently ...

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Genomatica’s renewable feedstocks produce bio-based butadiene

Genomatica announced today that renewable feedstocks have resulted in the successful generation of pounds of butadiene by the company. Butadiene is one of the seven basic chemicals used in common products such as latex and tires, and the production of this chemical using renewable feedstocks is an environmentally friendly process that will increase America’s independence from oil overseas. In addition, ...

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US Trade Associations Pushing to Adopt Green Practices

Several trade associations recently released a list of clean energy technology principles they want the federal government to adopt, which subsequently will boost the number of green jobs in the US. Federal government representatives and associations from various industries produced the list, titled “Encouraging US Clean Energy Exports: A Set of Private-Sector Principles,” on July 27, 2011. The National Foreign Trade ...

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Startups Focus On Green Products, Green Business Practices, And Green Jobs

For assistance with your green jobs search, check out the CareerBuilder Resource Center at U.S. Green Technology. There you can get help crafting your resume, tailoring your job hunt, and connecting with employers who will share your values and appreciate your skills. A report released by the Business Insider says that many new startups are looking to green business practices ...

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