Green Builder® Media Announces the VISION House® in INNOVENTIONS® is a Net Zero Energy House

Addition of Spray Foam Insulation Completes the Home's Energy Envelope, so HERS Rating Could be Conducted

Namasté Solar Congratulates its 14 New NABCEP Certified Installation Professionals

Fourteen of Namasté Solar's employees recently passed the rigorous North American Board of Certified Energy Practitioners (NABCEP) certification exam for solar photovoltaic (PV) installers, bringing Namasté Solar's total number of certificants to 41 out of 100 employees, one of the highest per-capita certification rates in the U.S.

POWER-GEN International Expected to Draw More Than 20,000 to Orlando in December

General Wesley Clark, Federal Energy Regulatory Commission Chair Jon Wellinghoff among confirmed speakers

NRG Powers 20 Schools and Irrigation System in Haiti with Solar Energy

Clinton Global Initiative Commitment Completed with Nonprofit Partner Solar Electric Light Fund

Vivint Solar Offers Affordable Solar Energy Solutions in Two New California Markets

Fresno and Bakersfield Newest Vivint Solar Markets----- Vivint Solar Customers Lock in Lower Monthly Rates for 20 Years

Solarpraxis Fourth PV Power Plants Conference In Phoenix, Arizona Reconfirms the Magic Number of the 20MW Sweet Spot

The two-day large-scale power plant conference continued discussion of local, national, tribal and emerging PV markets.

Uncertainty looms for renewable energy

The renewable energy industry is at a tipping point as developed markets start to close the door on generous subsidy programs and emerging markets develop cost strategies to compete with fossil fuels, according to research from Ernst & Young. The research provides scores for 40 countries for national renewable energy markets, renewable energy infrastructures and their suitability for individual technologies. During Q3 2012, China remained at the top, but dropped a point as its solar sector continued the consolidation process in an effort to boost domestic installation and rationalize government support, which could slow growth in the more immediate term. The quarter also saw the U.S. drop 1.5 points, resulting in Germany moving up into second place ahead of the U.S. While the German government has recently increased the country's renewable energy target for electricity to 40 percent by 2020 and is proactively implementing policy measures to create sustainable growth, the downgraded score reflects the more immediate changes around possible subsidy caps for solar, wind and biomass.

Invention Enables Increased Renewable Generation on Electricity Grids.

The Ring Power Processor (RPP) is a breakthrough technology for the processing of electricity.

Plug Power Announces Additional Site for Procter & Gamble

Fuel Cells Now Powering Lift Trucks at Four P&G Manufacturing Facilities

Environmentally Conscious Solar Power Plant Starts at World-renowned Wintering Ground for Cranes

6,700 CIS thin-film modules installed in Izumi City, Kagoshima, Japan for 1MW solar power plant

New study: Feed-in Tariffs can unlock Africa's untapped renewable energy potential

World Future Council, Heinrich Böll Foundation and Friends of the Earth UK launch comprehensive policy guide for African decision makers

U.S. Oil and Gas CFOs Are Bullish on Shale Prospects for 2013, BDO Survey Finds

Economic Uncertainty and Regulatory Concerns Linger Heading into New Year

The Renewable Energy Market Climate

Europe still leads all geographies in terms of overall deals completed. However, the U.S. has been gaining traction and represented a much greater percentage of the total transactions completed in the third quarter of 2012 than it has historically.

New insights through analysis of hourly meter values

As more and more final consumers are metered hourly, the volume of meter values that grid operators have to collect, store, and transmit to other actors in the electricity market continues to grow. But hourly metering does not have to be a burden for grid operators - the growing volumes of meter values can be analyzed in multiple ways to provide grid operators with valuable insights that allow them to make better decisions.

It's Massive Yet Tiny

A 14 x 14" MYT engine has 850 cubic inches of displacement and weighs 150 pounds, compared to a conventional engine, which would weigh 3,000 pounds to produce the same power. The engine needs no oil, as the biofuel is the lubricant due to the high lubricity of biofuel. With every tank of fuel, the engine is circulated with more than 20 gallons of fresh engine oil compared to 5 quarts of engine oil circulating over 3,000 miles in conventional engines. You can now skip changing oil forever and have an engine with longer life.

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