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Air Products

Air Products Boosts Glass Industry Environmental Performance, Productivity

Air Products, which develops oxy-fuel combustion technology for the global glass industry, has been selected by Techpack Solutions in Korea to supply its integrated oxy-fuel solution, helping the container glass maker to reduce emissions and improve energy efficiency and productivity. The integrated solution encompasses Air Products’ oxy-fuel combustion system, including … Read more »

European Hydrogen Fuel Cell Charging Clusters Planned

BMW, Daimler, Honda, Hyundai, Toyota and a host of hydrogen fuel companies have agreed to deploy a total of 110 hydrogen fuel cell vehicles in several European locations including Copenhagen, London and Munich and develop new clusters of hydrogen refueling stations in a deal worth £31 million ($51.5 million). Locations are being … Read more »

Recycled Copper Product Cuts Emissions

Air Products has signed contracts with more than 20 recycled copper manufacturers in China to provide its oxy-fuel product that it says improves productivity and material qualities compared to conventional air-fuel technologies. It also decreases harmful emissions and reduces energy consumption and fuel costs. Dashan Copper, a scrap copper recycling company in Tianjin, Northern … Read more »

Contract Wins: WCS, Waste Management, Alter NRG, BioteQ, Johnson Controls

The Department of Energy has awarded a task order in support of the Los Alamos National Laboratory Legacy Waste Project to Waste Control Specialists of Andrews, Texas. Under the $2,225,140 contract, WCS will dispose of 355 cubic yards of class C mixed low-level waste generated at Los Alamos. The waste is … Read more »

Truck with TRU

Plug Power Fuel Cells to Power Refrigeration Units

Plug Power has received $500,000 from the New York State Energy Research and Development Authority (NYSERDA) to evaluate replacing diesel generators with hydrogen fuel cells for powering transport refrigeration units (TRUs) on trailers hauled by trucks that deliver perishable goods. NYSERDA selected Plug Power to develop a fuel cell and … Read more »

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GE, AT&T, Siemens Support Keystone XL

A diverse group of over 150 companies, including AT&T, Motorola, Siemens, Volvo and Wyndham Worldwide, have urged President Obama to approve construction of the Keystone XL pipeline. Companies signing the letter include many one would expect – fossil fuel companies such as Chevron, ConocoPhillips, Exxon Mobil and Shell; utilities such … Read more »

CDP Global 500: 10% of Largest Companies Produce 73% of GHGs

CDP Global 500: 10% of Largest Companies Produce 73% of GHGs

BMW, Daimler, Philips Electronics, Nestlé, financial firm BNY Mellon, Cisco Systems and utility Gas Natural SDG — all with perfect 100 disclosure scores and A performance ratings — top the CDP’s list of the world’s best companies in terms of climate change disclosure and performance. Honda, Nissan, Volkswagen, Hewlett-Packard and … Read more »


Plug Power Awarded $650,000 DOE Contract

The US Department of Energy has awarded Plug Power a $650,000 contract to demonstrate the use of hydrogen-based fuel cells to power the refrigeration units in semi-trailer trucks that transport perishable and frozen foods. Plug Power’s transport refrigeration unit (TRU) fuel cells, which will be based on its GenDrive technology, … Read more »

Carbon Buster

Lingacite Launches Carbon-Negative Building Block

UK concrete masonry products company Lingacite says it has produced the world’s first carbon-negative masonry block, developed in partnership with Carbon8 Aggregates. The block, called the Carbon Buster, incorporates more than 50 percent recycled aggregates and combines this with Carbon8’s carbonated aggregates derived from by-products from waste-to-energy plants. The companies … Read more »

Akermin's pilot CO2 capture unit

Akermin Pilot Captures 90% CO2

Akermin says it has successfully tested its Biocatalyst Delivery System at the National Carbon Capture Center in Wilsonville, Ala. The pilot unit (pictured) has operated continuously for several weeks capturing close to 90 percent CO2 from flue gas with significant rate enhancement and no degradation in performance, the cleantech company … Read more »

AkerSolutions carbon capture

Aker Solutions Conducts World’s First Cement CO2 Capture Tests

Aker Solutions has won a contract to perform the world’s first tests for capturing carbon dioxide emissions from a cement production plant. The CO2 technology company won the award from Norcem, in cooperation with the European Cement Research Academy (ECRA). It did not disclose the contract’s value. Aker Solutions says … Read more »

Air Products Carbon Capture Project Online

Air Products is now operating a Department of Energy demonstration project that will capture about 1 million tons of carbon dioxide in an enhanced oil recovery project in Texas. Described by the DOE as “a milestone” in its Industrial Carbon Capture and Storage program, Air Products’ carbon capture project in Port … Read more »

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