North Carolina’s Largest Bioenergy Plant Powered by Pigs

SB Communicationis Weekly   July 2, 2014   CLEANTECH North Carolina’s Largest Bioenergy Plant Powered by Pigs The 600-kW Storms Hog Power plant at Storms Hog Farm near Bladenboro, NC has been operating at full capacity for the past 90 days. North Carolina’s largest swine waste-to-energy system, Storms Hog Power says …

The Collaboration Economy: View leadership as a privilege, not a right

You and The Collaboration Economy Thank you for subscribing to my monthly e-letter. Once a month you will receive new collaborative leadership tips, insights on the latest collaboration and economic development trends, and exclusive interviews, quotes, and articles written by me that will equip you to succeed in the transition …

GreenBuzz Oct 14th

Get Your Free VERGE Interconnect Expo Pass Taking Care of Business By Joel Makower, Chairman & Executive Editor It’s nearly showtime! Tomorrow morning we’ll kick off VERGE San Francisco. (You can download the official program here.) We’ve got more than 1,000 people coming, so it’s going to be quite a gathering (and party!). There’s still …

Alternative Energy Companies

Alternative Energy Companies A financial newsletter focusing on high quality stock picks Solar Wind Alternative Fuels Efficiency Environmental Smart Grid Welcome to the Roen Financial Report, a comprehensive web service that focuses on alternative energy stocks. We offer free stock alerts, Mutual Fund and ETF updates, as well as vital articles …

NewNet: Goldman Sachs to buy 19 per cent stake in Dong Energy

3 October Today’s Top Stories SAP commits $650m for IT investmentPREMIUM EIB lends €100m for efficient power, emissions reductions in Russia UK’s Good Energy to raise £5m through bond sale PREMIUM Algaeon raises $50,000 as it opens funding round PREMIUM Biofuel developer Cool Planet plans $60m refinery in Malaysia First Maxpower gets …

ScienceDaily: Top Environment News: Three new species of tiny frogs from the remarkable region of Papua New Guinea

ScienceDaily: Top Environment News     Three new species of tiny frogs from the remarkable region of Papua New Guinea Posted: 20 Sep 2013 08:14 AM PDT Following the description of the world’s smallest frogs, biologists now offer three more species of tiny amphibians from the region of Papua New …

16 Favorite Things Climate Change is Ruining

16 Of Your Favorite Things That Climate Change Is Totally Screwing Up By Ryan Koronowski on August 9, 2013 at 9:00 am When people talk about “climate impacts,” the images that usually come to mind are broiling heat waves, drought-parched creek beds, dangerous storm surges, the slowly-but-surely rising sea. These things can …

Sustainable Brands: New Metrics Poised for Growth: Program Now Available!

  SB News & Updates Share on: Upcoming Events News & Views Memberships Learning Library Solutions UPCOMING SB EVENTS: New Metrics Poised for Growth: Program Now Available! SB Corporate Members represent some of the best brand names in business. By virtue of their membership, they are demonstrating themselves to be …

NewNet Daily Newsletter: Update: Masdar, IFC’s $1.5bn clean power tie-up to focus on MENA

NewNet Daily Newsletter 17 May 2013 A NewNet premium subscription will provide you with exclusive news on cleantech investment opportunities Deal News Update: Masdar, IFC’s $1.5bn clean power tie-up to focus on MENA PREMIUM GIB-backed Equitix fund makes financing available for biomass boilers SSE acquires RES’s £200m Dunmaglass wind farm project Solar panels …

Verge: The value, interconnection, and opportunities of water

    By Elaine Hsieh, Program Director & Senior Analyst – VERGE We don’t typically talk about water here at VERGE, but that’s about to change. While there may still be a disconnect between the cost and value of water, global drought has squeezed our energy and food systems to the point that the …