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9/2/07 -- PLUG AND PLAY ALGAE PRODUCTION FOR BIOFUELS? New technology could simplify biofuels feedstock production.

9/7/07 -- A PLAN B FOR BATTERIES. New generation nickel metal hydride battery to be used in live plug-in hybrid conversion.

9/7/07 -- APEC: ASPIRATIONAL GOALS ON CLIMATE. Leaders of Asia-Pacific economies issue statement on goals to help mitigate climate change.

9/13/07 -- ENERGY STORAGE: A BUILDING BLOCK FOR THE POWER GRID OF THE FUTURE. AEP plans to install additional NAS battery technology.

9/15/07 -- A LITTLE FRIGHTENING, A LITTLE GOOD NEWS ON CLIMATE AND ENERGY. Hurricane Humberto, VT federal judge OKs vehicle GHG regulations, Northwest Passage ice free. White House science chief implicates humans in climate change, green auto news...

9/17/07 -- A HOLE IN THE OCEAN TO STORE ENERGY. Dutch energy companies considering Energy Island concept.

9/18/07 -- NEW TWIST ON TIME-TESTED TECHNOLOGY: HEAT PUMPS. Maine company develops heat pump that operates without back-up in sub-freezing temperature.

9/21/07 -- YES, THE INTERNET SAVES ENERGY. Study from electronics trade association reveals energy savings through telecoommuting and e-commerce.

9/25/07 -- GUTSY ECUADOR PROPOSES TO PUT A LID ON OIL. Oil beneath the Yasuni National Park would remain there under Yasuní-ITT Initiative.

9/27/07 -- SOLAR LEADING THE ENERGY REVOLUTION? US Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice calls for an energy revolution. The solar industry is already responding.


10/3/07 -- PLANET SAVING CARBON? Lead carbon battery technology offers low cost, high power energy storage.

10/6/07 -- FOR ENERGY CONSUMPTION, THERE’S NO PLACE LIKE HOME. US homes are the number one energy consumer in the world. Net zero energy office building in California. Passivhaus in Europe.

10/10/07 -- FULL SAIL AHEAD FOR WIND ENERGY. Wind technology and capacity growth look promising.

10/12/07 -- GREEN NEW ZEALAND TO GET GREENER. Renewable and efficient energy plan puts New Zealand on a path towards significant carbon emissions reductions.

10/16/07 -- FOR BREAKTHROUGH ENERGY IT’S A NANOSCALE WORLD. New process can make improve the efficiency of solar cells. New material can separate molecules in liquids and gases.

10/19/07 -- FIT AND PRETTY: HONDA’S NEXT-GEN FUEL MISER TO GO ON SALE IN JAPAN. A popular efficent car in global markets should do even better with its redesign.

10/21/07 -- THE RACE IS ON FOR GREENER BUILDINGS. The ocean’s are absorbing less CO2 than previously; a climate change bill in the Senate; solar/greener buildings - like those in the Solar Decathlon - are needed now.

10/25/07 -- REINVENTING THE WIND TURBINE. Small changes in wind turbines could lead to big improvements. New company Windshine Electric will biend wind and solar energy.

10/28/07 -- SOLAR POWER FOR NEW MOROCCAN RAIL LINE. Solar power to be included in energizing new very high speed rail project in Morocco.

10/30/07 -- FUELS UNITE WITH COMMON ENGINE TECHNOLOGY. Orbital Corp. technology allows engines to run on a variety of fuels, more than one fuel at a time.

 

 

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