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World's biggest defence company builds plant to make energy from landfill

Lockheed Martin is making progress with its plan to be a global player in the clean energy market. Last month, executives at Lockheed Martin's Owego, New York plant cut the ribbon on a new self-sustaining bioenergy system that is helping power the facility, converting 3,560 tons of waste per year into clean electricity... Continue Reading World's biggest defence company builds plant to mak
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