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  • Maxsys Ltd. partnering with SAETECH to bring Energy Savings to the US

    Leading cleantech company Maxsys Ltd, have announced an exciting new partnership with SAETECH, a top US provider of energy enhancement technologies. This move into the American market could not be timelier, as US industry turns away from the traditional method of coal burning and embraces natural gas as an abundantly viable alternative for providing power. Maxsys Fuel Systems, a unique technology ...


    By Maxsys Fuel Systems Ltd

  • West Virginia repeals the alternative and renewable energy portfolio standard

    On February 3, 2015, West Virginia repealed the Alternative and Renewable Energy Portfolio Act that was originally passed and adopted in 2009. This Act (the Standard) required utilities serving 30,000 residential customers or more to generate at ...


    By Bergeson & Campbell, P.C.

  • A roadmap for a secure, low-carbon energy economy

    This “roadmap” presents the results of a year-long effort by the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) and WRI to identify a set of policies to address energy security and climate change simultaneously. At first glance, improving energy security and addressing climate change may seem irreconcilable goals: achieve an adequate, reliable, and affordable energy supply for the United ...

  • The Energy Game is Rigged: Fossil Fuel Subsidies Topped $620 Billion in 2011

    The energy game is rigged in favor of fossil fuels because we omit the environmental and health costs of burning coal, oil, and natural gas from their prices. Subsidies manipulate the game even further. According to conservative estimates from the Global Subsidies Initiative and the International Energy Agency (IEA), governments around the world spent more than $620 billion to subsidize fossil ...


    By Earth Policy Institute

  • G7 Climate Vision requires Gargantuan Economic Shift

    When leaders of the Group of Seven wealthy countries pledge to "decarbonize" the global economy, they're talking about a shift so dramatic that one analyst described it as a new Apollo mission. Like putting a man on the moon, it would require overcoming major hurdles related to technology and money and the political will - so far in short supply - to make it happen. Despite gains by renewable ...


    By Associated Press

  • 7.5 MWE Combined Heat and Power University - Harvard University

    OWNER Harvard University LOCATION Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA PRODUCT Taurus 70 (7.5 MWe) Gas Turbine CUSTOMER VALUE Sustainability, Reduced Emissions Originally built in 1903, the Blackstone Power Plant at Harvard University was one of the first electric power plants in the United ...

  • Start Me Up: These Huge Turbines Are Ready To Boost Brazil’s Smallest State

    In the popular imagination, Brazil is an eternal carnival of sun, samba and soccer on the sand in Rio de Janeiro. Yet many Brazilians claim that the real Brazil is actually the country’s sprawling Northeast region, which is a long way from the golden beaches of Copacabana and Ipanema. The Northeast is the home of capoeira, the hypnotic Afro-Brazilian martial art; the sertão, the ...


    By GE Renewable Energy

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