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Clean, Green, and Strong Together

Clean energy is more than an option – the past decade has proven to both businesses and individuals alike that the need to modernize through clean energy initiatives and energy efficiency upgrades is crucial not only to the environment, but to the continued vitality of companies large and small. 538 more words

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Fuel cell could be used on cargobikes

Cycling Industry News reports:

The German Aerospace Center is currently developing a “fuel cell range extender” that can completely substitute the battery of an electric bike.

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Apple to stick with environmental pledges despite President Trump’s gutting of Obama's climate change orders

”Many of America’s biggest corporations including Apple Inc. and Wal-Mart Stores Inc. are sticking by their pledges to fight climate change even as President Donald Trump guts his predecessor’s environmental policies,” Christopher Flavelle reports for Bloomberg. 467 more words


Global Fuel Cells Market Research 2017 Analysis and Forecasts to 2021

MarketResearchNest.com adds “Global Fuel Cells Market 2017-2021”new report to its research database. The report spread across 70 pages with table and figures in it. 524 more words


Electric Bacteria

In school we are taught that in order for life to exist, respiration must occur: that is, the taking of sugars like glucose and combining it with oxygen to give you carbon dioxide, water, and a small amount of energy. 810 more words


State-of-the-art floating solar island brings Apple's clean energy program to Japan

Component supplier Ibiden is the first company in Japan to pledge it will power all of its Apple manufacturing with 100 percent renewable energy — a new milestone for Apple and Japan. 419 more words


Podcast Episode 3: Whatever Happened to Fuel Cells?

“I believe fuel cells could end the 100-year reign of the internal combustion engine.” –William Clay Ford

Hydrogen fuel cells have long been touted as a possible replacement for the internal combustion engine.  

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