This week's big news (for me at least) is Mayor Mike Bloomberg considering wind energy projects in New York City.
According to this article from the New York Times, the mayor is not only looking to install wind turbines in the windy parts of Queens, Brooklyn and Long Island (what about Staten Island?), the top of skyscrapers and even in bridges could be possible installation spots as well.
Let's see if that will push through bringing the fact that he's time in the city hall is ticking fast.
For now, here's this week's green global news roundup.
Solutia's solar solution
Solutia will be supplying a solar thermal power plant in Egypt with its synthetic heat transfer fluid Therminol VP-1. The fluids are being utilized in the production of solar energy for more than 20 years, the company said.
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