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PG&E Buying PHEV SUVs: Pacific Gas and Electric Company has signed an agreement with Raser Technologies to buy two plug-in hybrid sport utility vehicles as part of a program to test the technology in the hopes of lowering PG&E’s fleet operation cost – Raser Technologies. EU […]

PG&E Buying PHEV SUVs: Pacific Gas and Electric Company has signed an agreement with Raser Technologies to buy two plug-in hybrid sport utility vehicles as part of a program to test the technology in the hopes of lowering PG&E’s fleet operation cost – Raser Technologies.

EU to Put $2.3B Into Cleaner Air Travel: The EU’s Clean Sky project involves 86 organizations from 16 countries with the aim of developing cleaner, quieter planes. The EU hopes the project could cut air travel CO2 emissions by 50 percent by 2020 – Cleantech Media.

Nano-Antennas for Solar, Lighting and Climate Control: Hank Green geeks out hard with Dr. Steven Novack on the various cleantech applications of the scientist’s research on nano-antennas, or “nantennas,” as the good doctor calls them – EcoGeek.

Real Goods Solar Wants Good IPO: The solar installer filed paper work today to go public, aiming at raising up to $57.5 million – Green Tech Blog.

Nanoporous Membrane Could Distill Biofuels For Cheap: Researchers at the University of Twente in The Netherlands have developed a new hybrid organic–inorganic nanosieve membrane that could pull water out of biofuels with great energy efficiency – Green Car Congress.

  1. Green energy is definitely the best solution in most cases. Technology like solar energy, wind power, fuel cells, zaps electric vehicles, EV hybrids, etc have come so far recently. Green energy even costs way less than oil and gas in many cases.

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