Desalination enterprise Oasys Water raises $10 million in Series A funding round

In a case of new funding for up-and-coming desalination technologies, the Cambridge, Massachusetts-based desalination enterprise, Oasys Water, has raised $10 million in Series A funding round. Oasys - acronym for Osmotic Application Systems - is working at developing a proprietary desalination system called EO - Engineered Osmosis.

Premier McGuinty says Ontario companies need to show aggression to turn a profit

Addressing Liberal Party members and provincial delegates in Niagara Falls, Ontario Premier Dalton McGuinty, gave a briefing on his Green Energy Act proposal, saying that Ontario needs to show some aggression in the wake of the downturn. 

Ontario’s Green Energy Act Creates 50,000 Jobs

In a speech at the Canadian Club of Toronto, Ontario Premier Dalton McGuinty said, over the next three years, the proposed Green Energy Act would help create more than 50,000 new jobs, and make the province not only greener, but also stronger and in a better position to compete and win against the rest of the world.

Stanford’s new $100 million energy research and teaching institute

The latest move by the Stanford University in the direction of its green technology efforts is its creation of a new $100 million energy institute on the campus. The extravagant endeavor aims at investigating alternative and sustainable sources of energy, with the help of new faculty and increased number of graduate students on board.

Toyota Motor to launch Electric Car ‘FT-EV’ in United States by 2012

Toyota Motor to launch Electric Car ‘FT-EV’ in United States by 2012Japan's largest a