Go Green, Get Green

Breslau, Karen
October 2006
Newsweek;10/9/2006, Vol. 148 Issue 15, p9
This article reports on the new bill passed by California governor Arnold Schwarzenegger to fund environmental technologies. The article names companies that will possibly benefit from this new law. They include Luz II, a solar power firm, Biodiesel Industries Inc., which collects cooking oil used by the United States Navy and other companies and converts it to useable fuel, and Bloom Energy, which is working on creating fuel cells that are portable from zircon sand.


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