Renewable Energy & Sustainability

SmartBrief on Sustainability

News about the future of sustainable business

SmartBrief on Sustainability

Lecturers call for end to "greenwashing"

11/25/2014

  • Massachusetts Daily Collegian (University of Massachusetts), The

A University of Massachusetts professor and an environmental activist called for an increase in corporate social responsibility and condemned the practice of "greenwashing" at the Conscious Consumer t… Read More

Wind Energy SmartBrief

The latest wind energy news and information

Wind Energy SmartBrief

Published in partnership with: American Wind Energy Association

U.K. offshore wind farm reaches completion

11/25/2014

  • BusinessGreen (U.K.)

Reef Subsea installed the final cable, completing construction at the 576-megawatt Gwynt y Mor offshore wind farm on Monday, according to RWE Innogy. The wind farm is located off the coast of Wales in… Read More

RFA SmartBrief

News on ethanol and other biofuels

RFA SmartBrief

Published in partnership with: Renewable Fuels Association

Pacific Ethanol gets $3M state grant for sorghum-to-ethanol research

11/25/2014

  • Record (Stockton, Calif.) (tiered subscription model), The

Pacific Ethanol secured a $3 million grant from the California Energy Commission to continue studying the use of grain sorghum as a source of ethanol at the company's biorefineries in Stockton and Mad… Read More

A&WMA SmartBrief

Air and waste news for environmental professionals

A&WMA SmartBrief

Published in partnership with: Air & Waste Management Association

EPA issues final methane emissions control rule, proposes more reporting

11/19/2014

  • Oil & Gas Journal

The Environmental Protection Agency said last week that it released a final rule that seeks to clarify and revise current requirements for reporting methane emissions from the oil and natural gas sect… Read More

Industrial BIOtech SmartBrief

News in the industrial biotech industry

Industrial BIOtech SmartBrief

Published in partnership with: Biotechnology Industry Organization

Study of shipworms could lead to biofuel production advances

11/18/2014

  • Washington Post (tiered subscription model), The

Recent discoveries about ocean-dwelling shipworms and the bacteria in their gills may someday aid in the mass production of renewable fuels, researchers at Northeastern University say. Studying how ba… Read More