For three years, the Israeli technology startup GreenVibe has taken up a concrete challenge. Literally. The Tel Aviv-based company, founded in 2019, seeks to transform the construction industry by applying smart sensors to building materials – primarily concrete – to optimize quality and speed up the construction process. Using in-houseRead More →

Caterpillar will launch a demonstration project using hydrogen fuel cell technology for back-up power to the Microsoft data center. Caterpillar Inc. announced a three-year project in collaboration with Microsoft and Ballard Power Systems to demonstrate a power system incorporating large format hydrogen fuel cells to produce emergency power reliable andRead More →

Climate change is real, and it’s happening now – from melting permafrost in the Arctic to massive flooding in Pakistan to the increased likelihood of devastating hurricanes in the Americas and elsewhere. So why shouldn’t companies be required to report how their activities affect the climate – and how climateRead More →

CEDAR TOWN — Iron County Care and Share has used grant funds and hired private security services to reduce pressure on law enforcement and help with outreach efforts. They are also seeking community support to fund the help they provide to the homeless population of Iron County. The sign outsideRead More →

During Carbon Monoxide Awareness Week, Wales & West Utilities are urging people to check they have a working carbon monoxide alarm, following recent legislative changes in England in October and which will apply in Wales from December. Thanks to new developments in smoke and carbon monoxide detectors, millions of homesRead More →

Minister for Infrastructure, Cities and Active Transport Rob Stokes said the NSW construction industry is leading the charge to reduce reliance on fossil fuels. “We cannot reach our goal of net zero emissions by 2050 without decarbonizing our infrastructure pipeline and the arrival of renewable diesel is an important stepRead More →

(Credit: Unsplash) This article is brought to you thanks to the collaboration of The European sting with the World Economic Forum. Author: Huw van Steenis, Vice President, Oliver Wyman COP27 focused on delivering key financial commitments. Energy security, improved data and voluntary carbon markets will all feed into the financialRead More →

On November 21, NYK and JERA Co., Inc. signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to study the transportation of fuel ammonia. The study will include examining the transportation of combustible ammonia to Hekinan Thermal Power Plant, where JERA aims to start using combustible ammonia in commercial operations in the lateRead More →

Nov 18 (Reuters) – Saint Lucia’s economy will face growing risks of natural disasters linked to climate change, the International Monetary Fund (IMF) said on Friday, advising the Caribbean state to build up buffers despite financial constraints. “Downside risks dominate,” he said in a statement, pointing to the pandemic, risingRead More →

DUBLIN, November 18, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — The report “Global Omega 3 Market: Size, Share, Application Analysis, Regional Outlook, Growth Trends, Key Players, Competitive Strategies and Forecast, 2022-2030” has been added to from offer. Omega 3 fatty acids come in three main forms: eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA), alpha-linoleic acid (ALA) andRead More →

Strong points Timmermans warns against coal-gas linkage The text “must move forward on Glasgow”: MEP Shoukry warns of lingering divergence Referring to all fossil fuels in new ‘phase-down’ language in a UN COP27 climate statement risked slowing the shutdown of coal-fired power plants, the European Commission’s executive vice-president says ,Read More →

Fall Budget 2022: The government has announced that electric cars, vans and motorcycles will be subject to Vehicle Excise Duty (VED) from April 2025. According to Chancellor Jeremy Hunt, this will ensure a fairer tax contribution as the adoption of electric vehicles continues to accelerate. The government will legislate forRead More →

Third graders at Slack Elementary were surprised when their teacher told them that their parents used fractions when filling up their vehicles with gas. On Wednesday, Alfredo Garcia Jr. used the fuel gauge on his Harley-Davidson motorcycle to illustrate this point to his students. × This page requires JavaScript. JavascriptRead More →

Former education secretary warns Jeremy Hunt to avoid education cuts Kit Malthouse, the former education secretary, has warned Jeremy Hunt that any cuts to schools’ budgets will spell “disaster” for the UK. As the Chancellor prepares to make the autumn statement, Malthouse told GB News: ‘Well it’s certainly the caseRead More →

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Diesel-powered freight trucks play an outsized role in contributing to India’s total greenhouse gas and air pollution emissions. While the country has promoted policies to transition to electric vehicles for buses and transit cars, the batteries capable of powering these large trucks have been too heavy and expensive to makeRead More →

Boeing executive sees sustainable aviation fuel as ‘key to decarbonizing the airline industry’ DUBAI: The aviation industry is committed to decarbonizing, but with air travel tripling by 2050, alternative energies such as electricity and hydrogen will not solve the challenge; airlines need to replace old fleets, airports need to improveRead More →

Australian government risks becoming a ‘state sponsor of greenwashing’ if it continues to allow companies to use carbon offsets without much stricter regulation, says member of expert panel advising UN on pledges net zero climate. The UN panel recommendations published at the Cop27 climate summit in Egypt for businesses, regionsRead More →

//= do_shortcode(‘[in-content-square]’) ?> Carmarthen Bay Power Station. Picture via YouTube Work is underway at the site of the former Carmarthen Bay Power Station in Burry Port, to assess the possibility of recovering waste from the plant for use in the construction industry. Pulverized Fuel Ash, or PFA for short, isRead More →

Many petrol stations in the Federal Capital Territory’s metropolitan Abuja have adjusted prices at the pump to between 180 and 285 naira per litre. Our correspondent observed that queues had returned to many gas stations, especially within the FCT central business district. While queues were noticed at NNPC gas stations,Read More →

Photo: FRAMINGHAM, Mass. — After more than a century of fuel supply gas stations, convenience stores, distributors and more, the owners of Community Service Stations Inc. (CSS) are leaving the industry after selling the company to CrossAmerica Partners LP. CSS is a wholesale distributor of motor fuels, supplying approximatelyRead More →

The ACCC said it was contacted by Brookfield, EIG and Origin. Loading “We expect a timely submission, but expect to conduct a public review where we will carefully consider any likely competitive impact resulting from the proposed transaction,” an ACCC spokesperson said. While some observers see FIRB approval as “lessRead More →

Navajo Nation President-elect Buu Nygren speaks via Facebook Live to supporters at the Tohatchi Chapter House in Tohatchi, NM on Tuesday, November 8, 2022 | Photo by William C. Weaver IV, The Associated Press, St. George News FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. (AP) — Buu Nygren entered the Navajo presidential race with aRead More →

Small tracking devices are now being pushed as everyday technology designed to make your life easier. In this four-part investigation, examines privacy concerns and fears and hunt downas well as some of the benefits they bring. Domestic violence prevention advocates warn that digital tracking devices are being used forRead More →

Consumers are faced with skyrocketing gas and electricity bills. Image: Shutterstock. Residents of the North and North East are urged to use the support and guidance available to make their homes more energy efficient. Patrick Harvie, Minister for Zero Carbon Buildings, highlighted the benefits of Home Energy Scotland’s campaign toRead More →

Veeam software, a specialist in modern data protectionreleased the findings of the company’s study 2023 Cloud Protection Trends Reportcovering four key “as a service” scenarios: Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS), Platform as a Service (PaaS), Software as a Service (SaaS), and Backup and Disaster Recovery as a Service ( BaaS/DRaaS).Read More →

The Alberta government will re-index benefit payments to inflation for nearly 300,000 people, the Minister of Seniors, Community and Social Services announced Wednesday. Minister Jeremy Nixon said he was working to have Assured Income for the Severely Disabled (AISH), income support benefits and financial assistance for the elderly unfrozen “asRead More →

One of the biggest contributors to fuel efficiency (or lack thereof) is the operator behind your wheel loader’s controls. Energy efficiency may vary between different operators using the same equipment in the same application. caterpillar Charger size. Truck size. Bucket size. Site layout. Conditions underfoot. They all affect the amountRead More →

North Dakota officials are marketing the state as a destination for cryptocurrency companies looking to clean up the industry’s image as an unnecessary climate polluter, touting the state as home to the “most cryptocurrency”. clean of the planet”. But energy experts say that without specific corporate commitments to power dataRead More →

Next week’s G20 meeting, hosted by Indonesia, will feature discussions on climate change and the need to accelerate global energy transition from fossil fuels to renewable energies. Jakarta should also officially announce that he joins the Partnership for a just energy transitiona multi-billion dollar G7 initiative led by the US,Read More →

Russia effectively uses its Su-35S and Su-30SM fighters operating in sync as a set of two aircraft to strike Ukrainian ground targets and simultaneously degrade Ukrainian air defense systems. On November 6, 2022, Izvestia reported that the crew of Russian multipurpose fighters, Su-30SM and Su-35S, identified and destroyed a UkrainianRead More →