3/4/2010 --- ENZYME COCKTAILS FOR ETHANOL. New brew could lead to a less expensive renewable fuel.
3/11/2010 --- CUTTING EMISSIONS: JUST GOOD BUSINESS. More than saving money and proving environmental stewardship, protecting the bottom line may be enough reason to reduce greenhouse gases.
3/12/2010 --- THREE IS ENOUGH. Three wheels and a seat or two make a reasonably priced electric vehicle.
3/19/2010 --- SAVING ENERGY WITH WALLPAPER. With a graphite impregnated product from Germany cutting heat loss in rooms could be as simple as redecorating.
3/26/2010 --- CHINA PULLS AHEAD IN RENEWABLES. Rising gas prices could spur new green energy leadership in the US.
3/27/2010 --- SOLAREX FADES AWAY. Solar cells and modules are no longer made at a pioneering plant that became part of BP Solar.
4/1/2010 --- NEW OFFSHORE DRILLING NOT NEEDED. Lower cost petroleum free electric cars and trucks could be available before new oil is found.
4/8/2010 --- CARBON FIBER FOLLOWS ALUMINUM IN FULL GREEN CYCLE. Carbon fiber for new electric vehicle will be made using renewable energy.
4/11/2010 --- MARCELLUS SHALE GAS NOT A SUBSTITUTE FOR RENEWABLES. Both clean and cleaner energy resources needed.
4/16/2010 --- CUTTING CARBON... BY LAW. Whatever method we end up with to cut carbon emissions there should be a way for taxpayers to benefit.
4/21/2010 --- FUELING INFRASTRUCTURE KEY TO NEXT-GEN VEHICLE SUCCESS. Lowest cost fueling network may determine which alternative fuel powers vehicles of the future.
4/22/2010 --- FIRE AND ICE: AN EARTH DAY WARNING. Does nature really rule the planet?
4/28/2010 --- A SIMPLE CARBON FEE FOR THE BENEFIT OF ALL. It’s a good time to rethink cap-and-trade.
4/30/2010 --- OFFSHORE WIND NOT OFFSHORE OIL. New oil isn’t necessary: A greater effort to commercialize alternatives is.
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News Stories and Commentary | March - April 2010
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