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Oyster Bay Gets Funds for Natural Gas Project

The Town of Oyster Bay has been awarded an additional $407,970 in grant money for its compressed natural gas (CNG) project, which included the construction of a CNG fueling station, the conversion of trucks to CNG and the purchase of CNG-ready vehicles. TOBAY Supervisor John Venditto said the town had previously been granted  $5,223,529 in…
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Low-Income Households in Colorado Going Solar

30 low-income households in northeast Denver, Colorado are going solar thanks to a partnership between Northeast Denver Housing Center (NDHC), Del Norte Neighborhood Corporation, National Renewable Energy Laboratory, Bella Energy, Groundwork Denver, and the Governor’s Energy Office of Colorado. Good news! Here’s more from NREL: Until recently, the low-income housing community has been a tough nut for the solar industry to…
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Hydrogen — Tomorrow’s Biofuel?

Questions swirl around the idea of bioethanol as an alternative to gasoline for powering transport, but researchers from the University of Birmingham have started creating clean hydrogen from food waste, an idea that could revolutionise the bioenergy industry. A look at Brazil — the world’s most intensive user of bioethanol — finds that mass-producing bioethanol…
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First national pay-as-you-go EV charging network goes live

  Electric car drivers could soon be able to charge their vehicles without signing up to different membership schemes for different regions, following the launch today of the UK’s first pay-as-you-go charging network. London-based electric car charging company POD Point aims to have around 620 chargers nationwide freely available on a pay-as-you-go basis by the end of…
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