Green Energy

Bigham, Roy; Fisher, Seth
April 2009
Pollution Engineering;Apr2009, Vol. 41 Issue 4, p21
Trade Publication
The article focuses on several business enterprises based worldwide and their manner of taking advantage of the power of green in 2009. New York-based Novomer is using withdrawn carbon dioxide and cobalt from the atmosphere to make polymers that can be used to produce plastics as well. Kobe, Japan-based Nippon Yusen KK has developed the Auriga Leader which is partially powered with solar panels. Houston, Texas-based Hydro Green Energy's new hydrokinetic turbine system is likewise cited.


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