Puerto Rico’s Debt Plan Prioritizes Bondholders Over Building a Reliable Energy Future – Watch Needed The Puerto Rico Electric Power Authority’s (PREPA) debt restructuring plan is heading for final adoption. the proposalwhich has been running for a few years, presents PREPA bondholders with a 75% recovery rate – maybe more,Read More →

It’s a simple problem: we lack good land to grow food, so we have to keep growing more food on less land. Currently, half of the habitable land on Earth is devoted to agriculture. The good news (sort of) is that the land we currently use isn’t being used asRead More →

The following discussion should be read in conjunction with the accompanying Consolidated Financial Statements and Notes thereto appearing within Part IV. Item 15. Notes to the Consolidated Financial Statements in this 2021 10­K Report. The following discussion may contain forward-looking statements, and our actual results may differ materially from theRead More →

Waste-to-fuel startup WasteFuel has launched WasteFuel Agriculture which will turn agricultural waste into low-carbon fuels including renewable natural gas and bio-methanol that can be used in land and sea transport with carbon footprints. significantly lower emissions than fossil fuels. The new effort offers farmers a way to manage their wasteRead More →

GUWAHATI: Green fuels or alternative fuels, which contribute to complete combustion and reduce vehicle emissions and fine particles, are encouraged by all stakeholders. Gasoline dealers in northeast India, however, have expressed reservations about the Indian Oil Corporation Ltd (IOCL) decision last month to roll out 10% motor alcohol blended withRead More →

WSU’s Environmental Sustainability Alliance is calling on WSU to turn over its endowment funds to fossil fuel companies in an effort to fight climate change. Endowments contain donated financial assets, which the WSU Foundation uses to invest and raise. These funds are then used for the benefit of WSU, accordingRead More →