Three ways to reduce use and improve performance.
Automaker said jump in vehicle production led to emissions increase, but overall CO2 intensity down
The biocompatible materials are designed to target and attack fungal infections, such as skin conditions and athlete's foot.
The Edmonton facility will divert 90% of the city's waste stream to produce biomethanol and other biofuels.
PTA will integrate, sell and market Entex's BioPortz, BioWeb, and Webitat technologies for M2C2I applications.
KACO will provide inverter maintenance, warranty and commissioning services for 30 megawatts of installed solar power.
So far, oil sands players have shared 560 technologies that collectively cost $900 million to develop.
Detroit, Chicago home to growing piles of oil byproduct due to lack of capacity to remove it
Steven Chu says there needs to be collaboration on hydroelectric, wind energy and transmission infrastructure.
The troubled electric car-maker received loans worth $192 million before funds were suspended in 2011.
Ontario Liberals plan to introduce legislation that would keep generating stations from ever burning coal again once it's eliminated in 2014.
"Bumper-to-bumper" plan will see VW produce conventional, alternative vehicles on same lines
US$4.8 billion Tahrir Petrochemicals Complex is billed as the world’s largest naphtha liquid cracker.
Korean automaker will make the first mass-produced fuel-cell vehicle sold in the North America.
Fraser Surrey Docks wants to to add coal-shipping facility to existing terminal on Fraser River
Certification of products under standard's new version provide larger focus on human health
Will buy 46-megawatt project in Pincher Creek, Alta., from Mainstream Renewable Power
Green Arc Tire Manufacturing Inc. facility in St. Mary's, Ont., will produce three million tires annually
Governments need to mitigate risks and regional disparities associated with rapid oilsands expansion, institute says.
1.2 million acres of prairies have vanished, undermining Obama's green energy goal.