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A new type of cement could reduce emissions from cement production by 97 percent

Cement and CO2 Emissions

One ton of portland cement produces a ton of CO2 emissions; can alternatives reduce that by 97 percent? This summer, if you’re thinking of mixing two parts of pozzalona with one-part lime and water as a tropical drink to serve to your guests, it will surely make their their throats go dry…really dry: these are the ingredients the Romans used…

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New Energy Achieves Record-Setting Jump In Solar Window Power Efficiency

New Energy Technologies’ latest SolarWindow set a new record for see-through organic photovoltaic (PV) electricity generation in certified, independent testing at NREL, surpassing the previous mark by over 53% and bringing the promise of solar windows, homes and commercial buildings a step closer to commercial viability.

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DOE Solar Market Pathways Funding To Spur Shared, Community Solar

Some 360,000-plus solar PV systems have been installed by U.S. households, The Dept. of Energy aims to keep the momentum going with the launch of the $15 million Solar Market Pathways funding opportunity, which seeks to spur shared, community solar PV installations across residential and commercial rooftops.

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New Energy Reduction Assets Fund Finances NanoSure HVAC Tech

Opening up the market for SMB energy reduction assets (ERAs) to the investing public, Joule Assets staked out its first investment, financing that will enable NY’s Ener.co to bankroll a $1mm pipeline for its NanoSure energy efficient HVAC tech.

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The Smart City Meets the Internet of Things: IBM and ATT Announce Alliance

IBM and AT&T announced a global alliance that entails leveraging their respective technologies to advance the emergence of smart cities and connected living, a development that may yield profound changes in lifestyles and our impact on ecosystems and climate.

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Infographic: Why Build Green?

This infographic from Green Building Canada displays the many advantages of adopting green building practices for new buildings and retrofitting old ones. At first we may only think of “green building” in terms of environmental benefits, but it goes far beyond that. From lowered energy bills and increased resale value to a healthier environment, both indoors and outdoors, green building is…

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Top U.S. Green Economy Trends and Predictions for 2014

While the overall outlook is good, there is a mixed bag of trends, predictions and problems that will directly impact sustainability, renewable energy, greenbuilding and cleantech in 2014. Sustainability The year to come may prove a challenging one for sustainability. According to an Ecova report, the growth of sustainability in 2014 will be complicated by increased energy and resource prices. The…

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