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Sustainability, Renewable Energy, Wind Energy, Automotive industry

GM Wind Investment Signals Renewable’s Strong Future in Auto Industry

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Emissions, Greenhouse Gas, Nitrous Oxide, Modeling, Climate Change

Overcoming Obstacles to Measure Nitrous Oxide Emissions

“Indirect” emissions of nitrous oxide (N2O) represent a large and very uncertain component of the greenhouse gas budget of agricultural cropping systems, but quantifying and reducing indirect N2O emissions have proven to be very challenging. The symposium, “How Can We Improve Our Estimates of Indirect N2O Emissions,” planned at the Managing Global Resources for a Secure Future ASA, CSSA, SSSA International Annual Meeting in Tampa, FL, will address this important topic.

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Natural Gas, fracking, Environment, Organic Carbon, soil restoraton

Researching the Impact of Natural Gas Drilling

The installation of natural gas wells requires soil reclamation efforts after installation. These efforts are often hindered by salt-affected soils, weed invasions and slow plant establishment. The “Soil Changes Before, During, and After Natural Gas Drilling” presentation planned at the Managing Global Resources for a Secure Future ASA, CSSA, SSSA International Annual Meeting in Tampa, FL, will address this important topic.

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Shale, shale gas, green house gas emissions

New Engineering Research Center to Focus on Challenges of Upgrading Shale Gas

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Chemical engineers at the University of Notre Dame will contribute their expertise in materials development and modeling to a new research center that will focus on new methods of converting shale gas reserves into chemicals and transportation fuel.

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China, Clean Energy, Car industry, Lithium Batteries, Electric Cars, electric car batteries, Environment, Emissions, Pollution, Air Pollution, Beijing, Chinese Government, Automotive industry

China’s Electric Car Switch to Rattle Industry, Drive Up Price of Lithium

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3Q, heteroaromatic molecules, rechargeable batteries, organic electrodes, eco-friendly batteries

NUS Researchers Develop Advanced Material for Ultra-Stable, High Capacity Rechargeable Batteries

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A team of researchers from the National University of Singapore has successfully designed a novel organic material of superior electrical conductivity and energy retention capability for use in battery applications. This invention paves the way for the development of ultra-stable, high capacity and environmental friendly rechargeable batteries.

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Green Products, Fossil Fuel, Innovation, biorenewable materials

A Sweeter Way to Make Green Products

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University of Delaware researchers have invented a more efficient process for extracting sugars from wood chips, corn cobs and other organic waste. This biorenewable feedstock could serve as a cheaper, sustainable substitute for petroleum used to make tons of consumer goods annually.

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Permafrost, Climate Change, Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), Center for Ecosystem Science and Society, Ecology and Environment, Cryosphere, Greenhouse Gas

U.S. Permafrost Expert Selected to Be Lead Author for Global Report on Cryosphere, Dangers of Its Thawing

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Ecologist Ted Schuur studies the frozen lands in the Arctic that are thawing as the climate warms, releasing previously captured greenhouse gases into the environment and continuing the cycle.

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Engineers Develop Tools to Share Power From Renewable Energy Sources During Outages

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A team of engineers at the University of California San Diego developed algorithms that would allow homes to use and share power from their renewable energy sources during outages by strategically disconnecting these devices, called solar inverters, from the grid. The algorithms work with existing technology and would improve systems’ reliability by 25 to 35 percent.

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power cost, peak demand, Energy Management, Modeling And Simulation, Sioux Valley Energy, National Renewable Energy Laboratory

Reducing Peak-Time Power Usage Through Smart-Home Technologies

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A next-generation residential energy management system may help utility companies and consumers save money by reducing the demand for costly peak-time energy.


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