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Honeywell Green Fuel Powers World Cup Flights

Honeywell Green Jet Fuel produced from UOP’s renewable jet fuel process will power 200 commercial flights on GOL Airlines during the 2014 FIFA World Cup in Brazil, the company says. The Honeywell Green Jet Fuel was made from inedible corn oil and used cooking oil. Each flight will use a blend … Read more »

Yingli’s Goal: World Cup’s First-Ever Carbon Neutral Sponsor

Yingli Green Energy plans to become the first-ever carbon neutral sponsor of the FIFA World Cup, which kicks off today in Brazil. The company plans to offset all carbon emissions arising from its promotional activities in Brazil as part of its mission to help make the 2014 World Cup the … Read more »

GE Big Data Cuts Airlines’ Carbon Emissions, Operational Costs

GE Big Data Cuts Airlines’ Carbon Emissions, Operational Costs

Brazilian airline GOL estimates that at the Brasilia airport alone, it could reduce carbon dioxide emissions by more than 1,620 pounds and save $24 million in operational expenses over five years by using General Electric’s Required Navigation Performance system (RNP), a data-based navigation system that is part of GE’s Ecomagination … Read more »

FIFA World Cup

FIFA to Offset 2014 World Cup’s 2.7m Metric Tons of Carbon Emissions

FIFA expects the 2014 World Cup in Brazil and the Confederations Cup to generate just over 2.7 millions metric tons of CO2e and says it will offset those carbon emissions. In a blog posting late last week, FIFA secretary general Jérôme Valcke says the world football governing body and World … Read more »

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