The Daily Sprout


Korean Cash for Climate Change: The South Korean government will set up a $212 million fund to finance renewable energy projects like solar energy — AFP.

Paper Mill Power: Penn State researchers want to convert paper mill waste into syngas and then into dimethyl ether, which can power diesel engines — AutoblogGreen.

Not Blown Away by DIY Wind Power: A few good reasons not to go with home-based wind power, and some helpful suggestions if you actually want to tackle the storm — Telegraph.

Judge to Bush, Cough Up Eco Reports: Environmentalists won a victory over the White House when a judge ordered the administration to issue two scientific reports on global warming — IHT.

Applied Materials Closes Solar Purchase: Applied Materials says its completed its acquisition of Swiss solar company HCT Shaping Systems, which it paid $483 million. — Forbes.

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