SOURCE: 3BL Media, LLC
LG Electronics showed off its broad portfolio of energy efficient products for builders and consumers at the GreenBuild International Conference and Expo, held last week in San Francisco. The GreenBuild GreenZone highlighted both residential and classroom green building prototypes, and included LG’s efficient home appliances and electronics with smart energy-saving features. The exhibit also incorporated air conditioning and solar solutions from LG.
Alternative gas station chain Propel and algal fuel creator Solarzyme are working together on a limited-market pilot project to sell “Soladiesel” next to Propel’s regular diesel fuel at the chain’s pumps. Soladiesel contains 20 percent algae oil and produces significantly less pollutants than regular diesel. Sales at Propel’s stations in California and Washington over the next month will provide real life supply chain research about customer choices and use of biodiesel. Solazyme has more than $100 million in funding and is building a biofuel plant in Brazil.
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