February 9, 2009

Weekly news roundup

This week, I'm working on a biobutanol article for ICIS Chemical Business so stay tune for snippets of information as I dig deep into this hush-hush (as far as BP and DuPont are concerned) market development.

For now here are this week's news roundup:

SiGNa's new center
SiGNa Chemistry opened its new Alternative Energy Research Center in Davis, California, to support the company's Hydrogen Generator Beta program, which will begin in second quarter 2009. The program will use SiGNa’s technology to create a unique hydrogen storage alternative for general industrial hydrogen, and portable fuel cell applications.

3M's Renewables division
3M has formed its new Renewable Energy Division focusing on Energy Generation and Energy Management. The products within the new division will include products currently sold to the industry, new-to-the-world products invented for the renewable energy market, and products adapted from existing technologies.

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