ENERGY EFFICIENT L.E.D. LAMPS ARE A CONCERN AS CARCINOGENS

LED bulbs not as eco-friendly as some might think By Ben Coxworth 12:55 February 14, 2011 A new study from the University of California indicates that LED lights contain toxic metals, and should be produced, used and disposed of carefully (Photo: Geoffrey A. Landis) LED light bulbs are now becoming increasingly popular with designers and consumers […]

CHEAP SYNTHETIC FUEL SHOULD NOW SOON BE AVAILABLE

Breakthrough promises $1.50 per gallon synthetic gasoline with no carbon emissions By Mike Hanlon 05:26 January 26, 2011 UK-based Cella Energy has developed a synthetic fuel that could lead to US$1.50 per gallon gasoline. Apart from promising a future transportation fuel with a stable price regardless of oil prices, the fuel is hydrogen based and produces no […]

BIOGAS PRODUCTION FROM MANURE WASTE

Small Scale Anaerobic Digestion to Boost Biogas Markets Small scale, distributed anaerobic digestion plants could offer an environmentally and economically stable solution for locally produced biogas. In Germany government incentives have led to the development of over 6000 anaerobic digestion (AD) facilities, generating twice as much power as all of the country’s waste to energy […]