In 2018, 38% of the United State’s corn production has been used to produce ethanol, a biofuel blended with conventional gasoline to create a fuel that generates less pollution in our atmosphere. For many years, critics of using corn to produce ethanol have raised questions about its impact on our environment, suggesting using corn ethanol… Read More.
Battery Electric Vehicles (BEV) hold great promise for reducing pollutant emissions from the vehicle sector since BEVs outperform conventional vehicles in most environmental metrics. The lithium-ion battery that stores the vehicle’s energy has become a point of concern for its effect on pollutant emissions and for uncertainty regarding its future end-of-life. Jarod Kelly from Argonne… Read More.
The Fuel Cell Seminar & Energy Exposition (FCS&EE) is the longest running and most comprehensive fuel cell and hydrogen energy industry conference in the U.S. The FCS&EE brings together hundreds of international manufacturers, fuel providers, customers, policy makers, supply chain, integrators, academics, investors, media, and other key stakeholders. The FCS&EE combines high-level plenary and keynote… Read More.
The 2019 Natural Gas STAR & Methane Challenge Fall Workshop will be held in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania from November 4-6, 2019. All are invited to this workshop that will bring together oil and natural gas experts, researchers, academics, and other industry stakeholders to discuss voluntary methane emission reductions and ongoing developments. You will learn about innovative… Read More.
NGVAmerica’s Annual Meeting and Industry Summit is the only dedicated natural gas in transportation alternative fuels conference and show focused on the North American market. On-road, off-road and everything in between is featured, from traditional freight, refuse, and transit applications to growing marine, rail, and construction use. This year’s event will also include a session… Read More.