The Clock Ticks On The Need For New Fuels: Volvo Demonstrates A Sampling Of Possibilities
August 30, 2007 11:53 AM - Bruce Mulliken, Private Landowner Network

On climate, on energy security, time is not on our side. Researchers at NOAA, the US National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, say that the record heat of 2006 was, in large part, caused by us. Researchers at NASA, the National Aeronautics and Space Administration, conclude in a article in Earth Observatory - “Greenland’s Ice Island Alarm” - that the island, eighty percent the size of the US east of the Mississippi, is losing significant amounts of ice. A side bar to the article says;

Kroger Supermarkets, First To Sell E85 Ethanol fuel
August 30, 2007 07:28 AM - Web Wire

Under a first-of-its-kind supply arrangement, Kroger will sell VeraSun-branded VE85TM - a clean-burning fuel made from corn - at pumps in 20 Kroger locations in Ohio and Kentucky. It brings to more than 100 the number of VeraSun VE85TM outlets around the country.

Kroger Becomes First National Retailer to Sell Ethanol
August 29, 2007 09:45 AM - Paul Schaefer, ENN

CINCINNATI - One of the nation's largest ethanol producers has teamed up with the The Kroger Co. to expand their sales of ethanol. Kroger announced they're opening 20 ethanol fueling locations in Ohio and Kentucky, making Kroger the first national retailer to offer E85, a blend of 85 percent ethanol and 15 percent gasoline which is used by Flexible Fuel Vehicles.

Offsets, the Indulgences of Today?
August 29, 2007 08:02 AM - Saul Gomez

What do political heartbreaker turned environmental heartthrob Al Gore, British rockers Coldplay, and multinational banking giant HSBC have in common? They are all seeking to make personal and business activities carbon neutral. More and more, wealthy individuals and companies are offsetting their carbon consumption out of a sincere concern for the environment, for good public relations, and for economic value.

Dress down and save energy, Japan's Abe tells Merkel
August 29, 2007 07:45 AM - Reuters

German chancellor Angela Merkel is familiar with Cold War diplomacy, but on Wednesday she had her first encounter with Cool Biz diplomacy.

Biofuels Must Be Made Sustainably, Says European Commission
August 29, 2007 07:19 AM - Worlwatch Institute, Alana Herro

European Commission is developing legislation that will require minimum sustainability standards for biofuels development. "It is, of course, essential to ensure that this increase is fulfilled in a sustainable way; we cannot just sit back and assume this will happen automatically," Piebalgs said.

Department of Energy Official Touts Bush Administration’s Efforts to Modernize our Nation’s Electric Grid
August 29, 2007 07:14 AM - Department of Energy

The U.S. Department of Energy’s Assistant Secretary for the Office of Electricity Delivery and Energy Reliability Kevin M. Kolevar today highlighted the Bush Administration’s efforts to increase the use of advanced technologies in the Nation’s power delivery system equipment, as well as DOE’s recent announcement to invest up to $51.8 million to modernize and secure our nation’s electric grid.

Ford Launches ECOnetic Range of Ultra-Low CO2 European Models
August 29, 2007 07:01 AM - , Green Progress

Ford of Europe will offer its customers ultra-low CO2 alternatives with the launch of a new range of Ford ECOnetic models at the 2007 Frankfurt Motor Show. The first vehicle to benefit will be the company's most popular model - The Ford Focus.

Electricity Generating Thermal Insulation
August 28, 2007 07:23 PM - , Private Landowner Network

NAPLES, Florida - A company called Nanotech, Inc, is researching thermal insulation which uses temperature differential as a source for generating electricity.

Europe Wants To Turn Wine Into Biofuel
August 28, 2007 06:30 PM - Reuters

BRUSSELS - The European Union has opened a tender to sell unwanted wine in four countries for use in making bioethanol, its Official Journal said on Tuesday. The tender would offer roughly 693,376 hectoliters of wine alcohol stored in France, Greece, Italy and Spain. The deadline for bids was September 10, it said in its latest edition. France, the world's largest wine producer, would offer 239,995 hectoliters of wine alcohol for distillation, while Italy and Spain would offer 200,000 hectoliters apiece. The balance of roughly 53,381 hectoliters will come from Greece.

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