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LONDON (AP) – Senior IOC members have urged the Olympic body and Russian authorities to investigate the dumping of construction waste that has raised concerns of possible contamination of the water supply in the Winter Games host city of Sochi. The Associated Press revealed Tuesday that Russia’s state-owned rail monopoly is dumping tons of waste

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One of the most compelling challenges of the 21st Century is finding a way to meet national and global energy needs while minimizing the impact on the environment. There is extensive debate surrounding this issue, but there are certain areas of consensus: [gview file=”http://fullcyclefund.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/11/Intorduction-to-Gasification-GTC-Whitepaper.pdf”]

by U.S. Energy Information Administration Waste fuel accounted for 29% of U.S. manufacturing fuel use in 2010, according to EIA’s latest Manufacturing Energy Consumption Survey (MECS). Waste fuels are usually byproducts of onsite production processes; most have little to no economic value and are generally not able to be economically transported. Waste fuels accounted for 4,160 trillion British

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By The Bristol Post  |  Posted: October 30, 2013 ENERGY created by Wessex Water’s waste-to-energy business GENeco has doubled since it started in Avonmouth four years ago. GENeco, which has been operating from Wessex Water’s sewage-treatment works since 2009, was formed to help its parentcompany reach the point of being carbon neutral and sending zero waste to landfill by

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London based Waste2Tricity, which plans to use plasma gasification and fuel cell technology to deliver structured solutions to the waste to energy sector, has secured a $1.5 million investment into Waste2tricity International (Thailand). The company said that the investment has come from a Thai investment consortium and the Age of Reason Foundation, a founding investor

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The United States has no national tax or price on carbon dioxide pollution. That doesn’t mean it doesn’t cost investors anything there or elsewhere, says former Vice President Al Gore. He and David Blood, co-founders of Generation Investment Management, this morning published a new paper explaining the evolution of their thinking on “sustainable capitalism,” and

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CHANTADA, Spain, Oct. 30 (UPI) — Spanish electricity provider Gas Natural Fenosa this week inaugurated a hydropower plant in Galicia as a state official promised more investment in renewable energy sources. Gas Natural Fenosa President Salvador Gabarro and Alberto Nunez Feijoo, president of the Galicia autonomous region of northern Spain, presided Monday as the $34 million

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There’s no doubt about it: 2013 was a fantastic year for alternative energy investors. The big story this year was Tesla (NASDAQ: TSLA). A company that we began touting years before the company even went public, Tesla soared this year, taking the stock from $34.71 in January to a high of $194.50 a share in

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