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Carbon Capture

CARBON CAPTURE: Kemper, Boundary Dam plants tackle technical challenges -- Wednesday, April 27, 2016 -- www.eenews.net

... Greenwire  The leader in energy & environmental policy news Search: Back to Greenwire index page. CARBON CAPTURE: Kemper, Boundary Dam plants tackle technical challenges Christa Marshall, E&E reporter Published: Wednesday, April 27, 2016 Operators of the world's first two coal plants to capture carbon dioxide at scale this week said they are making progress with technical challenges. ...

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Climate Change

Sonar mapping project highlights sunken ships - BBC News

... Wales coast. Some of the wrecks captured by the project date back to World War One. The scientists behind the project hope the work will help improve understanding of the impact of climate change on the seabed, and how to develop sustainable fisheries and marine renewable energy generation schemes. Image copyright Bangor University | Google Image caption Overlooking the Menai Strait The ...

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Solar

Mosaic raises $200 million for U.S. home solar loans | Reuters

... n">Solar Mosaic Inc, a former crowdfunding startup that reinvented itself as a provider of home solar loans, said on Wednesday it had secured $200 million in funding that will support at least 5,000 rooftop installations. Germany's DZ Bank and New York state's NY Green Bank provided the warehouse financing to the Oakland, California-based company, which goes by Mosaic. The announcement ...

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Nuclear

Before the next Chernobyl (Opinion) - CNN.com

... of an effective safety culture. Despite all this, the message is still not getting through. The director-general of the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development's Nuclear Energy Agency William Magwood recently pointed out that a deficient safety culture, by operator or regulator, largely contributed to all three nuclear disasters -- Fukushima, Chernobyl and Three Mile ...

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Hydroelectric

Water trains bring scant relief to drought-ravaged Maharashtra | Reuters

... Like Kamble, millions of Indians have been hung out to dry in the state with the worst drought in four decades ravaging crops, killing livestock, emptying reservoirs and slowing hydroelectric power output. Mismanagement of water resources, with powerful politicians pushing for bigger supplies to industries, have made the situation worse, experts say. "The government says it is bringing ...

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Coal

Iron ore, steel lead China commodities retreat as curbs bite | Reuters

... * Dalian iron ore, coking coal, coke slump by 6 pct limit * Dalian bourse raised transaction fees twice this week * Shanghai rebar down nearly 5 pct By Manolo Serapio Jr MANILA, April 27 Iron ore and steel futures in China sank again on Wednesday as authorities raised trading costs to deter speculative investors believed to be behind last week's big spike in prices and volumes, which ...

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Oil

Oil majors' results surprise, but output fall, volatile trading lurk | Reuters

... LONDON Major oil companies' first-quarter results have so far not been as bad as feared but volatile trading operations and a likely fall in production mean any respite could be short lived. Europe's big oil producers had been expected to report their worst quarterly earnings in the current downturn but instead BP, Total and Statoil have delivered share-boosting first-quarter results. BP ...

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Gas

Natural Gas Extends Decline on Weak Demand Signals - WSJ

... Natural gas futures were on track for a third straight declining session on Wednesday as weather forecasts weakened hopes for late-season gas-fired heating demand and prices in the physical market slipped. Natural gas futures for the front-month May contract were down 1.4% at $2.0030 a million British thermal units on the New York Mercantile Exchange, pulling back from a 30% rally since ...

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Geothermal

Americans used less energy in 2015, but more wind, solar, and geothermal power | Inhabitat - Green Design, Innovation, Architecture, Green Building

... use went up 3 percent; however, residential natural gas use decreased .5 percent due to the mild winter. Renewable energy makes up for the slack with wind energy increasing by 5 percent, geothermal energy by 11 percent, and solar power by 11 percent. The falling prices of photovoltaic panels and boom in utility scale solar projects is partially responsible for the changing tide. The results ...

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Biofuels

Biofuel manufacturing plant catches fire in southern India - seattlepi.com

... HYDERABAD, India (AP) A biofuel manufacturing plant caught fire in southern India, triggering explosions in biodiesel tanks and forcing around 150 workers to flee the facility, officials said Wednesday. As flames rose and a giant column of black smoke filled the air, dozens of navy firefighters joined civil authorities to try to douse the fire, which started Tuesday night, said Rajesh Shetty, ...

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Carbon Credits

Earth Day Planted Seeds for Action on Climate. Is a Carbon Tax a Good Idea? · Environmental Leader · Environmental Management News

... Cap-and-trade programs whereby companies trade credits with one another is a free market mechanism. But it has had so-so success in Europe, if you can call it that. Then there's the carbon tax, which has the word "tax" tied to it but which may be the fairest way to quantify carbon releases. Under a carbon tax, government would tax utilities according to their carbon footprints that can ...

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