SOLAR POWER CONFERENCE DRAWS 22,500; TRENDS EMERGE

As for trends, I noticed several more thin-film companies exhibiting beside the grandpa of thin-films, UniSolar. These included Opti-Solar, Applied Materials (selling turnkey thin-film fabrication units) and Ascent Solar.

SOLAR SYSTEM INSTALLATION - PITFALLS TO AVOID

New technology is the "white horse" of affordable solar. Many customers hear or assume that technology is always going to improve over time and that will in turn bring down prices. The technology that we're using today is the same that we've been using since 1960 and it is the most efficient way to capture the unlimited, free, clean energy from the sun.

THE TITANIC MOMENT

The world must now find ways to create the eternal paradigm for the infinite future of life on Earth, and I suggest that we may be able to begin the construction of an infrastructure that will still 100% sustainably serve those who live 1000 generations from now

WIRELESS SENSOR NETWORKS FOR A GREEN WORLD

Ultimately, battery-free operation is a key step in paving the way for truly green systems that do not adversely impact the environment. This environmentally-friendly approach can also extend the reach of sensing technology to distant and inhospitable climates and regions.

WOODY BIOMASS AS ENERGY RESOURCE

Biomass can play a major role in helping reduce reliance on fossil fuels by making use of efficient thermo-chemical conversion technologies. In addition, the increased utilization of biomass-based fuels will be instrumental in safeguarding the environment, generation of new job opportunities, sustainable development and health improvements in rural areas.

UNCOVERING ENERGY INEFFICIENCIES

Energy inefficiency is not easily noticed in facilities. Aging infrastructure, high energy and maintenance costs are all proxies for energy inefficiency in facilities. Typically if an energy audit has not been done at a facility in the last five years, and is accompanied by some of the conditions mentioned above it is a good candidate for an energy action plan.

5 PRACTICAL SOLAR APPLICATIONS

You've got some money saved and going solar crossed your mind. But you'd rather have new floors or walls, or invest in the little addition you always wanted. Why not do both?

BIO-FUEL MARKET SET TO GROW

Middle Eastern oil sheiks move over. There's a new kid on the energy block!

CLEAN ENERGY FROM ANAEROBIC DIGESTION

The livestock industry is a vitally important contributor to the economy of any country, regardless of the degree of industrialization. Animal manure is a valuable source of renewable energy; additionally, it has soil enhancement properties.

MR. PICKENS ... WHAT ABOUT PLUG-IN HYBRIDS?

Plug-in cars appear to be a natural companion to wind power. Presumably car owners would plug their vehicles in at night to recharge. Evening is typically a windy time, so turbines would whir, pushing power into the grid to feed the cars.

PARKING LOTS IN THE AGE OF SUSTAINABILITY CREATING A LANDSCAPE OF CLEAN ENERGY, BEAUTY, AND ELECTRIC

By activating vehicle parking areas with pleasing shade structures, communities will achieve massive deployment of highly visible renewable energy projects that create clean energythrough sustainable design.

Tankless Water Heater or Storage Type? Which Is Right For You?

With typical tankless heaters you end up with a tub full of tepid water. If you try to fill it more slowly to get it hotter, it takes so long to fill that it cools off before you get in anyway. So if you like to soak away in a hot tub, you better make sure you get a big enough heater to handle the job.

UTC Power Chalking Up Fuel Cell Installations

Over here in the United States, UTC Power has racked up several significant high profile fuel cell installations with more coming down the pipeline.

Who Needs a Tax Credit?

The oil and gas industry were provided a $17 billion tax credit from 2007-2011 in the latest energy bill passed last December. That's $3.4 billion in tax credits for each of five years.

ZIGBEE SMART ENERGY

ZigBee Smart Energy is a standard, easy and affordable way for communicating energy-related information, such as price, over ZigBee wireless home area networks. It is a global, open standard that facilitates the creation of interoperable energy-related devices from multiple vendors to monitor, control and automate the use of energy.

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