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Solving The Organic Waste Methane Challenge

Massive waste streams are produced as the result of human activity, including activity associated with livestock, agricultural operations, and wastewater treatment. Additionally, one-third of food produced for human consumption ...

Featured Articles

The Promise And Opportunity Of Renewable Natural Gas Vehicles In 2022

This article was written by Brandon Jones. 2021 was a big year for renewable natural gas (RNG). Also known as biogas, RNG is natural gas produced from methane emissions from landfills, farms, wastewater plants, and...

Shell Has A CCS Problem

Shell’s Quest carbon, capture, and storage (CCS) facility opened near Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, in November 2015. The hydrogen production process creates carbon dioxide (CO2) that Quest separates, captures, and stores to make the process...

Meta Platforms Powers Data Center With Wind Energy

Apex Clean Energy (Apex), a utility-scale wind and solar energy operator, announced that all 225 MW of its Great Pathfinder Wind project’s capacity have been contracted through a power purchase agreement (PPA) with Meta...

Newswire

DOE Allocates US$420 Million For Clean Energy Research

The US Department of Energy (DOE) has unveiled a US$420 million funding opportunity for DOE’s Energy Frontier Research Centers (EFRC). This funding will advance climate solutions through early-stage research on clean energy technology, advanced...

Volkswagen Still Paying For “Dieselgate”

Volkswagen AG has agreed to a US$3.5 million settlement with the state of Ohio over claims the auto manufacturer violated state environmental laws by manipulating the computer software in its vehicles to mask carbon...

Green Ferry To Ply Maine Waters

Maine ferry operator Casco Bay Lines will utilize an integrated hybrid-electric power and propulsion solution from ABB for its environmentally friendly vessel. The 164-ft. (50-m) ferry will feature ABB Marine & Ports’ hybrid power,...

Quebec To Be Home To Canada’s Largest Green Hydrogen Project

Gazifère, an Enbridge company, and Evolugen, the Canadian operating business of Brookfield Renewable, plan to build and operate a 20-MW water electrolysis hydrogen production plant. The plant will be built in the Masson sector...

BP Says Time For H2Teesside

BP is developing plans for the UK’s largest blue hydrogen production facility. Targeting 1 GW of hydrogen production by 2030, the H2Teesside project will capture and send for storage up to two million tonnes...