Professor Martin Schröder, Dean of the Faculty of Science at The University of Nottingham, led the research. He said: “Our novel material has potential for applications in carbon capture technologies to reduce CO2 emissions and therefore contribute to the reduction of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere.”
Daily Archives:October 1, 2012
It is encouraging to learn of renewable energy advances in the Southeast. Source: Clean Technica [repostus hash=63ac3bf76a1f7af4a181c01823413fa2 title=Alabama+Power+Deal+to+Bring+in+Low-Cost+Wind+Power+from+Oklahoma%2C+Kansas host=Clean+Technica short=1oNQA snip=%C2%A0+With+the+approval+of+the+state%E2%80%99s+Public+Service+Commission%2C+Alabama+Power+is+set+to+bring+in+404+megawatts+%28MW%29+of+clean%2C+renewable+wind+generated+electricity+from+Kansas+and+Oklahoma.+Not+only+is+that+enough+to+meet+about+3%25+of+customers%E2%80%99+power+consumption+with+emissions-free+electricity%2C+the%26hellip%3B thumb=2983867 jump=3]
MidAmerican Wind, a subsidiary of MidAmerican Renewables whose parent company is MidAmerican Energy Holdings Company, today announced its agreement to acquire the 168-megawatt Alta Wind VII and the 132-megawatt Alta Wind IX projects from California Highwind Power, a subsidiary of Terra-Gen Power, LLC. The projects are in Tehachapi, Calif., and will feature a total of 100 Vestas 3-megawatt V90 wind turbines.