Tagged Carbon

Solar-powered microbes to feed the world?

An international research team has shown that using solar-panels to produce microbial protein — which is rich not just in proteins but also in other nutrients — is more sustainable, efficient and environmentally friendly than growing conventional crops. This method uses solar energy, land, nutrients, and carbon dioxide from the air. Read Full Article Here…

We can use carbon to decarbonize—and get hydrogen for free!!

By John Butler I have read some great articles on carbon technologies such as carbon nanotubes but nothing as interconnected as this article. We cannot just solve one problem in isolation it is about upheaval of complete industries. That is where the problem and the opportunity lies… It is equally inspiring and scary to think…

How Green is

By Andrei Belyi In light of the growing interest in green LNG – achieved either via offsetting or emissions reduction – a new policy brief for the EU largest energy policy think tank Florence School of Regulation offers a new analytical frame. The Policy brief highlights existing political concerns regarding lack of transparency, fragmented certification…

World-First Order for Methanol Engine within Container Segment

By Charley Rattan World-First Order for Methanol Engine within Container SegmentDual-fuel, carbon-neutral feeder set to sail on green methanol from 2023 MAN Energy Solutions has won the order to supply the world’s first, low-speed, dual-fuel engine to run on methanol within the container segment. Hyundai (HMD) will construct the 2,100-teu vessel in Korea for A.P….

Why You Should Consider Investing in Green Energy in the Early 2020s

By Nick Ferengi The renewable energy market has come leaps and bounced over the last two decades. However, it now seems to have reached a point where it graduates from an emerging industry to a disruptive force in the energy sector. The industry has several catalysts including a significant change in perception and a significant…

Minnesota adopts California EV mandate, makes it tougher for plug-in “compliance cars”

By [email protected] (Stephen Edelstein) Minnesota has officially become the first Midwestern state to adopt California’s stricter emissions standards, as well as a zero-emission vehicle (ZEV) mandate requiring the highest-volume automakers to sell electric cars. As previously discussed by lawmakers, the new rules go into effect January 1, 2024, for 2025 models. However, automakers may… Read…

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