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USDA, Energy & Navy Team Up for Biofuels Initiative

The Departments of Agriculture, Energy and the Navy have entered a three-year partnership with the private sector to spur production of biofuels, President Barack Obama announced Tuesday. The departments will invest up to $510 million to help produce drop-in aviation and marine biofuels to power both military and commercial transportation. …

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Energy Department Installs Fuel Cells at Military Posts

The Energy Department will install 18 fuel cell backup power systems at 8 U.S. military posts as part of a partnership with the Defense Department, Reuters reports. The $6.6 million-project will test how the fuel cells perform in emergency situations or real-world operations, and to help manufacturers address technical problems. …

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NASA to Host Green Summit

NASA may be known best for its work beyond the blue skies, but in September the space agency will host a Green Aviation Summit to highlight its contributions to creating environmentally friendly aviation technologies. The two-day meeting at NASA’s Ames Research Center in Moffett Field, Calif., will bring together experts …

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