Indiana court rules in favor of first-ever U.S. coal-hydrogenation plant in Spencer County
Activists in southern Indiana lose their battle to block new coal-hydrogen plant that will use truly clean-coal technology to produce ultra-sulfur diesel that is 30 percent cleaner than current USLD on the market today. "It's a full victory on this front, and our next steps are to move forward with development," company executives say. Read more.
Coal waste becomes new paint product
The first-ever emulsion paint made from 100% waste ochre materials has been created by a University College London Slade School of Fine Art graduate. Read more.
Ruh-roh -- Net-zero carbon models are 'extraordinarily divorced from reality'
Now that the rhetoric of campaign season is fading and we are returning to some semblance of sober policy analysis, it’s becoming clear that proposals to move at warp speed to upend the nation’s energy mix aren’t terribly serious. They’re models and ideas and they are extraordinarily divorced from reality. Read more.