June 13, 2008

Weekly News Roundup

Severe weather in the Midwest is threatening the feedstock supply for biobased chemicals and fuels; chemical registration for Europe's REACH started this month, and the rest of this week's news are focused on hydrogen, algae, and green investments.

More hydrogen stations
General Motors and Clean Energy Fuels opened a hydrogen fueling station in Los Angeles, and plans to expand more hydrogen infrastructure. The LA station will start operations in early fall.

Europe's new carbon pool
New York-based Natsource LLC formee pool, which will purchase carbon credits that participants can use to comply with Kyoto Protocol's emissions targets, has a Euro 200 million target.

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