By Silvio Marcacci on November 26, 2012
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By Timothy Hurst on May 1, 2012
Now in its fifth year, Abu Dhabi’s annual leadership prize in renewable energy and sustainability, the Zayed Future Energy Prize, is upping the stakes for 2013.
By Timothy Hurst on January 27, 2012
Experts agree that the most promising carbon capture processes use absorption, but these technologies are still quite expensive because of the energy intensive CO2 separation process — and that is where solar comes in.
By Guest Author on January 24, 2012
Once only a concern for a few niche companies with sustainability as a core value and brand differentiator, corporate sustainability has moved categorically into the mainstream.
By Timothy Hurst on January 19, 2012
Masdar Carbon is moving ahead with a carbon capture and sequestration facility that will capture nearly 1 million tons of CO2 annually in Abu Dhabi.