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High-Powered Spending On Alternative Energy Tumbles 11.5.2009 Green on HuffingtonPost.com
NEW YORK — Venture capitalists reined in spending on renewable energy to begin the year, with funding for research and startup projects falling 63 percent...
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Chu Says "No" To Hydrogen Fuel Cell Research 11.5.2009 Green on HuffingtonPost.com
"We asked ourselves, 'Is it likely in the next 10 or 15, 20 years that we will convert to a hydrogen car economy?' The answer,...
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Obama Kills Hydrogen Car Funding 10.5.2009 TreeHugger
Photo via Energy Ethos Buried in news about President Obama's budget was the news that George W. Bush's $1.2 billion plan for hydrogen fuel cells was killed Obama, saving taxpayers $100 million a year. Why?... ...
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Blog - Death of the Hydrogen Economy 9.5.2009 Technology Review Feed - Tech Review Top Stories
Obama's budget puts hydrogen fuel-cell research out of its misery--almost.

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Turning Natural Gas Green 4.5.2009 Technology Review Feed - Tech Review Top Stories
A new process extracts high-value carbon black from methane.

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How To Choose the Right Alternative-Fuel Car For You 1.5.2009 GOOD
Click above to launch our handy flowchart, 'How To Choose the Right Alternative-Fuel Car For You.' More Burning Questions About Alternative Fuel Vehicles: Whatever happened to hydrogen? The idea is great: Take the most abundant element in the universe, turn it silently into electricity, and the only byproduct is a wisp of steam. To its fans, the hydrogen fuel cell is a transportation miracle that will cork our carbon output and curb our addiction to foreign oil. To… ...
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Mary Nichols: How California is Breaking the Petroleum Habit 1.5.2009 Green on HuffingtonPost.com
The California Low Carbon Fuel Standard is starkly simple. It requires that all transportation fuels have, on average, ten-percent less carbon intensity than today's gasoline by 2020.
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Clinton says U.S. ‘ready to lead’ climate change fight 27.4.2009 Gristmill

Secretary of State Hillary Clinton said the United States “is ready to lead” and make up for lost time in the fight against climate change, as she opened an international forum here.



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California Air Board Approves Low Carbon Fuel Standard 24.4.2009 ENS
California Air Board Approves Low Carbon Fuel Standard
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Video - Nanotubes Come into Fashion 21.4.2009 Technology Review Feed - Tech Review Top Stories
University of Michigan chemistry professor Nicholas Kotov shows off the smart textiles he makes by coating cotton with carbon nanotubes.

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Video - Taking the Segway-GM Puma for a Test Drive 17.4.2009 Technology Review Feed - Tech Review Top Stories
Kevin Bullis, TR’s energy reporter, gets a ride in a prototype vehicle called Personal Urban Mobility and Accessibility (P.U.M.A) at the New York Auto show. The vehicle is meant to transform urban transportation.

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Fuel cells get $49M in stimulus funds 17.4.2009 Science / Technology News

The Department of Energy will give $49 million of government stimulus funding to a broad range of 13 projects promoting the use and development of fuel cells.

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Video - Energy and Climate Bill Advances 14.4.2009 Technology Review Feed - Tech Review Top Stories
As legislators discuss major new legislation for moving the United States away from its dependence on fossil fuels, Daniel Yergin, chairman of Cambridge Energy Research Associates, reflects on lessons that can be learned from previous shifts in energy use. Yergin recently released a new edition of his Pulitzer Prize–winning book, The Prize: The Epic Quest for Oil, Money and Power.

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Video - Harnessing Direct Solar Power for Propulsion 13.4.2009 Technology Review Feed - Tech Review Top Stories
A UC Berkeley researcher uses a magnifying glass to focus sunlight onto a small plastic boat. Nanotubes at one end of the boat absorb the sun’s heat, propelling the boat through the water. The second video shows a rotor that works on the same principle. A similar design could be used to make simple solar-powered pumps.

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Video - Why Chrysler Chose A123 Batteries 10.4.2009 Technology Review Feed - Tech Review Top Stories
An animation shows the components of a new modular battery system for electric vehicles and plug-in hybrids.

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Is the Obama administration backing away from LNG terminals? 9.4.2009 Grist Topics | Results for Muckraker

Will the Obama administration back away from building liquefied natural gas terminals along the coasts of the U.S.?  Obama’s appointee at the head of the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission suggests that it will.



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Is a Hydrogen Powered House Really Green? 3.4.2009 TreeHugger
Ron Monahan is trying build an energy efficient subdivision in Aiken, South Carolina, and a few weeks ago announced that he was going to build between one and four Net Zero houses, (homes create as much energy as they use over the course of the year) in the development. However, when I looked at the and the with their two car snouts, I really wondered what was the point, given the amount of energy it was going to take just to get there. So he has cranked up the volume to get a little more attention: He is going to power one of them with... ...
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Magnetic Train Proposed: Detroit To Lansing Michigan - Hydrogen and Solar Energy Powered 17.3.2009 TreeHugger
Magnetic train car for Detroit-Lansing line proposal. Image credit:Interstate Traveler Co. is reporting on plans in the US State of Michigan to install stainless steel track, 200mph, solar-powered "magnetic" rail line(s) along existing highways (as pictured). The prototype calls for an elevated track from Detroit to Lansing Michigan. See below for details and analysis.... ...
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Black Sea Pollution Could Be Harnessed As Renewable Future Energy Source 16.3.2009 Environmental News Network
The Black Sea harbours vast quantities of hydrogen sulfide, the toxic gas associated with the smell of rotten eggs. This noxious gas could be used as a renewable source of hydrogen gas to fuel a future carbon-free economy, according to Turkish researchers writing in a forthcoming issue of the International Journal of Nuclear Hydrogen Production and Applications. The waters of the Black Sea contain very little oxygen. As such, the rare forms of life that live in the depths of the inland sea, so-called extremophile bacteria, survive by metabolising sulfate in the water. The sulfate fulfils a similar biochemical role to oxygen in respiration for these microbes allowing them to release the energy they need to live and grow from the nutrients they absorb ...
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California Hydrogen Highway R.I.P. 12.3.2009 Gristmill
By Joseph Romm The are down for the hydrogen highway cul de sac -- literally. The future Ponches and Jons of the California Highway Patrol won't be policing the hydrogen highway. The false hope of a hydrogen economy is on its death bed. This dream was embraced and elevated by President Bush, who said in his January 2003 : With a new national commitment, our scientists and engineers will overcome obstacles to taking these cars from laboratory to showroom so that the first car driven by a child born today could be powered by hydrogen and pollution-free. I have explained at length many times why the first car of child born in 2003 -- or the last car, for that matter -- will not be a hydrogen fuel cell car , most notably in my best selling ...
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