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Climate Savers and EPA

Posted by: Heather Green on April 3, 2008

When we met a couple weeks ago with Climate Savers, the green PC and server project founded by Intel and Google, they told us about this announcement but had to wait for it to be launched.

Basically, Climate Savers is teaming up wit the EPA/s ENERGY STAR program to push the adoption of energy-saving technology and practices. The two organizations during the next three years will work together on technical specs and adoption of energy-efficient PCs and servers and power management.

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douglas puckett

April 12, 2008 8:56 PM

i made a devise that hooks into the gas line in cars that reduces polution by 10% and saves gasoline. 1 gallon of gasoline with my dk110. devise will go as far as 10 gallon of gasoline. this works with ethanol also. 1 gallon goes the same distance as 10 gallon. i use this devise on my 2 cars. it works and is more safe using it than without it because it keeps gasoline cooler. i have tested for 18 months. made extra ones to prove it. i attach a valve i made and it inproves diesel millage up to 23%. if interested in my new dk110. devise i invented let me know soon because MIT wants it. i own it make it and would like to see it on every car and truck in the unitedstates. i live in salyersville kentucky. phone 606.3496730 no body else has this new devise but i think it is time to let others have it and save gasoline/ethanol/ diesel and help in polution problems. thankyou from douglas puckett. 4/12/08

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BusinessWeek correspondents John Carey and Mark Scott, cover the green scene, keeping on top of the business aspects of energy, the environment and climate change, as well as the technologies, policies, markets and people that are shaping how the earth's resources will be used in the century ahead.

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