The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) distributed almost $2 million to 19 small businesses nationwide to develop and commercialize technologies that tackle critical environmental problems. Bio-Adhesive Alliance, Inc. based in in Greensboro, North Carolina was awarded $100,000 for a project to convert and repurpose agricultural waste with recycled roof shingles for use in pavement construction.
Closed Loop Fund, an impact investment fund that makes below market loans for recycling infrastructure, disclosed its first three investments to bolster recycling infrastructure and reduce the over $5 billion dollars spent by cities annually on landfills.
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the U.S. Department of Justice disclosed a settlement with Duke Energy Corporation to resolve Clean Air Act violations at five coal-fired power plants across North Carolina.
PHG Energy’s (PHGE) downdraft gasification technology may spark a revolution in biomass-to-energy production.
Inovateus Solar, a provider of solar energy services, is installing two solar arrays for electric cooperative power supplier Hoosier Energy.
In August this year, the Department for the Environment and Climate Change disclosed a reduction in the renewable energy Feed-in Tariff (FIT) from January 1, 2016.