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Fujifilm looks to garbage for energy June 27, 2007 Maker of imaging devices, photo and copying products to begin using methane gas from landfill to power its nearby manufacturing center.
Saving wind power for later March 27, 2007 Start-up General Compression looks to commercialize concept for storing electricity generated by wind turbines using compressed air.Image: Pumping wind power underground
Gas from manure: Big plant to open September 25, 2006 Microgy starts filling its first thermophilic digesters, which use microbes to turn smelly waste into biogas. Photos: Barnyard energy
Clean cars keep on rolling August 14, 2008 GM designer shows off pics of Chevy Volt; companies tout plug-in hybrid systems; and fleet of hydrogen-powered vehicles makes cross-country trek.
(By CNET News' Green Tech writers)
Meet the king of coal February 25, 2008 You may not love coal, but you use a lot of it. Peabody Energy's Greg Boyce says the company will even participate in cleaning the stuff up.
Hummers and muscle cars go green April 9, 2007 Diesel's not just for truckers anymore. Converting cars with notoriously bad mileage can make them eco-friendly without compromising performance.Photos: Muscle cars with a conscienceVideo: Souped-u...
Red light for green-tech start-ups? January 29, 2008 A funding gap, made worse by a softening economy, could create a wall for clean-tech start-ups despite a favorable long-term environment.
Verizon heeds call of fuel cells August 7, 2006 Worried about prices and power outages, the telecom company is a case study of a business out to deliver its own energy. Photos: Verizon fuel cell project
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