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Rainforest Energy Promises Clean Fuels and a Negative Carbon Footprint

By [Energy Central] Len Rosen A new, private company, Rainforest Energy Corporation, plans to build biorefinery processing facilities in multiple sites to convert forest and agriculture waste into “clean fuels.” Rainforest hopes to produce fuel substitutes not derived from extracting oil or gas, but rather from the waste products of forestry (burn slash) and agriculture,…

Honda to build CR-V plug-in hydrogen fuel-cell EV in Ohio

By Blagojce Krivevski Japanese automaker Honda announced that it will produce an all-new hydrogen fuel cell electric vehicle (FCEV) based on the recently launched, all-new Honda CR-V starting in 2024 at its Performance Manufacturing Center (PMC) in Marysville, Ohio. This new zero-emissions vehicle will contribute to Honda’s previously announced goal to make battery electric vehicles…

Measuring Greenhouse Gas Emissions

By [Energy Central] John Benson Many of the papers I have written about climate change attempt to quantify various effects of this human-made modification of the world’s climate. Since all of the world’s people share an atmosphere, it is really difficult to measure where greenhouse gases (GHG) are coming from. In the past couple of…

Energy in the world and in Brazil

By [Energy Central] Rafael Herzberg Energy in the world and in Brazil Brazil has a predominantly renewable energy matrix. This is great from an emissions perspective. Developed countries are also acting to make their matrices more renewable. And the expectation is that they will be much cleaner in a few years. Switching to renewables will…

Mazda to electrify all its models by 2030

By Blagojce Krivevski The Mazda Motor Corporation today announced an update to the Mazda mid-term management plan update and management policy up to 2030. The announcement highlighted that Mazda is positively responding to the highly uncertain business environment and is renewing its commitment to achieving carbon neutrality in all its operations by 2050. In recent…

US Commits to Zero-Emissions Heavy Trucks

By [Energy Central] Harun Asad Officials have signed on to sell only zero-emission heavy vehicles by 2040. The post US Commits to Zero-Emissions Heavy Trucks appeared first on Environment + Energy Leader. Read More Read Full Article Here For more great articles: The Energy Collective – The world’s best thinkers on energy & climate

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