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Carnival Corp. to Build More Eco-Friendly Ships

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Carnival Corporation has signed agreements with Meyer Werft and Meyer Turku for three more Liquefied Natural Gas-powered ships.

The ships powered by LNG, the cleanest burning fossil fuel in the world, are expected to be delivered in 2020 and 2022. 

To read about the new orders and fleet enhancement plan overall, click here

Carnival Corporation Recognised for Environmental Excellence

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Three of Carnival’s brands, Carnival Cruise Line, Holland America Line and Princess Cruises, which regularly visit the Port of Seattle, were all praised for their environmental stewardship and programs that go above and beyond regulations and industry standards.

To read more about the awards on Ship Efficiency Review, click here. 

Green Cruise Ships Multiply, Help Save Planet

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Recent news from Carnival Corporation detailed new ships coming out that will be powered by liquefied natural gas (LNG), a first in the cruise industry. 

Can Business Trump Trump’s Anti-Climate Stance

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By Carol Pierson Holding

Donald Trump’s election has sent the global climate community into a tailspin.

It seems every climate change action supporter is making lists of the awful things he’s planning to do, so I’ll turn to the very succinct one I received in a Sunday morning email from Michael Brune, Executive Director of the Sierra Club:

End of Paris Climate deal. End of the EPA. End of the Clean Power Plan. More drilling. More coal. More pipelines. More lives destroyed. More wildlife bulldozed.

Regulators Examining Whether Performance-Based Incentives Could Be the Key to a Modernized Grid

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Utility regulators in some U.S. states are considering the adoption of performance-based regulation to replace the traditional cost of service regulation.

With ‘Eco’ Locomotives, Norfolk Southern Partners with Communities for Cleaner Air

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As part of a unique public-private partnership, Norfolk Southern is helping communities enhance air quality with the development of a new class of low-emission rail yard locomotives dubbed the “Eco” locomotive.

In 2015, NS introduced the Eco units at its Inman Yard in Atlanta and at its 47th Street Intermodal Facility in Chicago. NS delivered 10 of the locomotives to Atlanta and 15 to Chicago.

Norfolk Southern on the Cutting Edge of Research to Reduce Locomotive Emissions

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Norfolk Southern is an industry leader in exploring alternative energy sources to reduce locomotive emissions. During 2015, NS made research gains in the use of battery technology and compressed natural gas in its quest to conserve fuel, reduce fuel costs, and lower greenhouse gas emissions.

Mercedes-Benz Fuel Cell Gets a Plug

Range of 500 km and fully suitable for everyday use: the new Mercedes GLC F-CELL combines two environmentally responsible drive technologies. A world first.
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As the brand’s first production vehicle to feature a fuel-cell system when it comes onto the market next year, the Mercedes GLC F-CELL will connect – in a world first – two environmentally responsible technologies associated with the drive system via an electrical cable. For the first time, a vehicle with this powertrain system will have a plug for a supplementary lithium-ion energy storage unit. Rated at approximately nine kWh, the storage unit serves as an energy source for an additional electric motor and can be charged externally.

2018 Mercedes-Benz S550e Will Offer Wireless EV Charging Technology Built Using Qualcomm Halo Breakthroughs

By Anthony Thomson - Vice President, Business Development and Marketing
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See that practical family car sitting in your driveway? It has competition oozing through its electrical and fluid-filled veins. How? Much of the modern driving technology we enjoy in the cars we drive daily was developed in the unforgiving arena of auto racing — everything from disc brakes and seatbelts to clutch-less transmissions and adaptive suspensions.

Lockheed Martin and CoGen to Build Energy-from-Waste Plant in Wales

Teaming Agreement Signed to Pursue Additional Bioenergy Projects in the U.K.
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LONDON, October 17, 2016 /3BL Media/ – Lockheed Martin (NYSE: LMT) has signed a teaming agreement with CoGen Limited to develop energy-from-waste projects in the United Kingdom, starting with a new plant in Cardiff, Wales.

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