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Heat Mining Company's novel "CO2 plume geothermal" method involves extracting underground heat and using it to generate electricity.
The approval comes more than 14 months after the Obama administration approved a waiver from the ethanol industry to increase the allowable limit from 10 percent to 15 percent.
Bloomington’s Ikea goes solar this summer.
Xcel Energy reportedly plans to spend $20 million to $50 million on safety upgrades to its two nuclear plants, a year after Japan's tsunami disaster that led to a nuclear catastrophe.
The manufacturing giant, in partnership with a large natural gas producer, intends to develop less-expensive, higher-performance, lighter, and higher-capacity fuel tanks-which it hopes will jump-start the market for natural gas-fueled vehicles.
HydroNovation develops water-conditioning systems that reduce the amount of potentially hazardous substances and minerals in order to create high-quality drinking water for homes and buildings.
Xcel says that a new federal regulation that is supposed to reduce coal-fired power plant emissions does not give the company enough credit for emissions it has already reduced at two plants in the Twin Cities.
Dennis DeSender admitted to fraudulently soliciting investors to fund a venture to sell coal-gasification technology to China-and he reportedly implicated a former officer of Bixby Energy Systems in the alleged $60 million scheme.
Northern Oil & Gas fuels short sellers’ zeal; what looks bad is bad for shareholders.
SheerWind, based in Chaska, is developing the Invelox wind-energy system.
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