Posts Tagged ‘ epa ’

Why the EPA’s Smack-down Is Good for Clean Tech

July 2, 2015
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Why the EPA’s Smack-down Is Good for Clean Tech

If you’re a clean tech and wellness advocate, the Supreme Court ruling this week limiting the power of the EPA to regulate toxic emissions at power plants smacks at placing business interests over our health and the environment. Yet the EPA’s new costs limitations can be good for green tech. How, what, huh? The...

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Super Bowl XLV Goes Green

February 3, 2011
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Super Bowl XLV Goes Green

Watching the Super Bowl this Sunday? Here’s a tidbit you may not know about the posh new venue known as Cowboys Stadium: Beyond the 168-foot-long high-definition video, the 80,000-seat stadium has some green features. An Orca Green Machine by Totally Green, an Oklahoma-based environmental company, composts kitchen food waste and turns it into nutrient-rich...

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Electronic Energy Management and Control Proves a Winning Strategy

November 24, 2010
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Electronic Energy Management and Control Proves a Winning Strategy

Good news for energy management and control systems: Several of the top placing buildings in the recent U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) National Building Contest used energy management and electronics systems control to save energy. The overall winner was Morrison Residence Hall at University of North Carolina, which reduced its energy use by 35.7...

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