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Southern Company Services to install Akermin’s carbon capture pilot plant
By CTBR Staff Writer
Akermin Inc has signed an agreement with Southern Company Services to install and operate its biocatalyst delivery system at the National Carbon Capture Center in Alabama, US.
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Fuel Tech Inc secures $36.6m air pollution control contract in Chile
By CTBR Staff Writer
Fuel Tech Inc has secured a $36.6m air pollution control contract from the Chilean utility Empresa Electrica Del Norte Grande (Edelnor).
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Canadian corporation to fund $46m towards emissions reduction in Alberta
By CTBR Staff Writer
Canada-based Climate Change and Emissions Management Corporation (CCEMC) will provide $46m in funding to six new projects in the field of clean technology and emissions reduction in Alberta, Canada.
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Pall Corporation to unveil Argon gas purification system at Intersolar, USA
By CTBR Staff Writer
Pall Corportaion will unveil a new argon gas purification system and other filtration and contamination control products for photovoltaic industry at the Intersolar North America in San Francisco, US between 10 to 12 July 2012.
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ICF International secures $12m EPA contract
By CTBR Staff Writer
ICF International has secured a contract worth $12m from the US environment protection agency (EPA) to offer technical assistance for initiatives under the Clean Air Act.
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Clean Energy to fuel five additional trucking fleets in US
By CTBR Staff Writer
Clean Energy Fuels Corporation has started providing natural gas fuel to additional trucking fleets which will now begin using compressed natural gas (CNG) paving way for the accelerated conversion of the trucking industry's conversion to natural gas fuel in the US.
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Dead Sea Works to build 250 MW natural gas fired power plant in Israel
By CTBR Staff Writer
Dead Sea Works, a subsidiary of multinational fertilizer company ICL announced its decision to build a 250MW combined cycle cogeneration power plant fueled by natural gas in Sodom, Israel.
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Mitsui builds hybrid car carrier in Japan
By CTBR Staff Writer
Mitsui O.S.K. Lines has completed building its hybrid car carrier Emerald Ace that while berthed at the Mitsubishi Heavy Industries' (MHI) Kobe shipyard, generates zero emissions.
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Skyonic secures funding for carbon mineralization plant in US
By CTBR Staff Writer
Skyonic Corporation has secured $9m of the $35m investment committed by a consortium of investors that includes existing investors – Carl Berg and Zachry Corporation.
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Omnitek seeks certification for its diesel-to-natural gas conversion kits in US
By CTBR Staff Writer
Omnitek Engineering has entered into an agreement with a major refuse collection company that seeks to convert diesel-powered refuse collection trucks to operate on compressed natural gas.
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Vale Canada begins $2b Clean AER Project in Canada
By CTBR Staff Writer
Vale Canada has begun work on its estimated-$2b Clean AER Project in Ontario, Canada, the project is a major environmental investment in the region.
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GE to supply 9E gas turbine system to JFE Steel in Japan
By CTBR Staff Writer
GE has agreed to supply JFE Steel with a heavy duty Frame 9E gas turbine system that will help the Japanese steel producer in its gas-to-energy recovery project at the East Japan Iron Works in Chiba City, Japan
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California Energy Commissions awards $23m for green technology
By CTBR Staff Writer
The California Energy Commission (CEC) approved over $23m towards projects that seek to advance development of green fuels and installations of fuel stations in the US state of California.
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Toshiba signs agreement to develop thermal power system
By CTBR Staff Writer
Toshiba Corporation has entered into an agreement with NET Power, Shaw Group and Exelon Corporation to develop a next-generation emission free thermal power system.
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NET Power secures $ 50.4m investment from Shaw Group
By CTBR Staff Writer
8 Rivers Capital unit NET Power has secured cash and kind investments of $50.4m from the Shaw Group in return for 50% stake in the company.
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