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1517 NEWS ITEMS ARCHIVED IN 2002

New Report Ranks School Bus Air Pollution By State
America's school bus fleet emits almost 95,000 tons of smog forming pollution and more than 3,000 tons of soot every year. - 09-Feb-2002

EVAA Adds Five New Members
Firms include John Deere, LADWP and NEVCO. - 11-Feb-2002

New Book Shows How to Reduce Waste by Studying Rain Forest
'What We Learned from the Rainforest: Business Lessons from Nature' is template for businesses all over the world & shows how industries will succeed and thrive well into in the 21st Century. - 12-Feb-2002

Flywheel Technology to Demonstrated in Combat Hybrid Vehicle
Hybrid electric power seen as essential enabling technology for future combat vehicles. - 12-Feb-2002

Carbon-X Fuel Cell Developer To Present at GAF Forum
Presentation scheduled for 2002 Global Alternative Fuels Forum in Stuttgart, Germany, on Tuesday February 12th. - 12-Feb-2002

Explosion Injures 5 at FuelCell Energy
Explosion occurred on a tape caster, a long, narrow machine that makes a variety of fuel cell components. - 13-Feb-2002

LLNL Develops Micro-Fuel Cell
MEMS fuel cell is designed to be 50 percent of the cost with 30 percent of the weight, size or volume of existing rechargeable portable power sources. - 13-Feb-2002

Canada to Restart Aging Nuclear Power Plants
Despite US concerns over nuclear safety, Canadian firms rush to put idled plants back online. - 13-Feb-2002

Nanotech Brings New Hope, and Hype, to Market
Wall Street specialists say the new technology could be a foundation for a new bull market. - 13-Feb-2002

Southern States Approved For Bio-Energy Subsidy
All biodiesel produced from soy oil by Southern States Power Co. for fiscal year 2002, up to a maximum amount of $7.5 million, will be eligible under the Bio-Energy subsidy program. - 13-Feb-2002

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