Geothermal Industry Leaders to Discuss Industry Growth: Annual U.S. Geothermal Power Production and Development Report

Geothermal leads to optimum ice conditions at new Hearst Ontario curling rink

Curling Club goes geothermal

SMA Simplifies Off-Grid PV Design with New Configurator Software

Customizable Solution Saves Time, Reduces Costs

Solar News: Salamon Group, Inc. (OTCQB:SLMU) Secures Public Sector Rooftop Solar Projects

LAS VEGAS, NV - March 29, 2012 (Investorideas.com renewable energy newswire) Salamon Group, Inc. (OTCQB: SLMU) said Wednesday that it has secured the rights to build solar power systems on the rooftops of 23 schools in Williamson County Tennessee. Salamon will immediately start building 3 solar powe

Solar Frontier and Japan Asia Group Sign Solar Energy Project Promotion MOU

To Accelerate Solar Energy Projects in Japan Anticipating New Feed-in-Tariff

AllCell White Paper Finds Lithium Ion Battery Costs Beat Lead Acid in Hot Environments

Lithium-ion batteries are now cost-competitive in moderate climates and lower cost in hot climates

SolarWorld president pushes ‘Halftime in America' review of tactics to offset trade predation on U.S. manufacturing

Gordon Brinser calls for faster, more focused response to illegal trade incursions

APRICUS INC. GAINS AIA CONTINUING EDUCATION PROVIDER APPROVAL

Saguache Board of County Commissioners Approves SolarReserve's Energy Project in Colorado

Company achieves permitting milestone for its proposed 200 MW Saguache County solar thermal project Project will utilize innovative molten salt energy storage solution to provide----- reliable, renewable energy on-demand

Advanced Biofuels USA Publishes Distributed/Centeralized BioProduction Approach

A key aspect of the system is that bioproduct producers would no longer have to rely on single crops grown close to their facilities

The meeco Group connects another rooftop installation in Greece

100kW rooftop installation helps saving 95 tons of CO2 emissions per year

Siemens wins second solar receivers order for solar power plant in India

Siemens Energy has been awarded an order to supply UVAC 2010 (Universal Vacuum Air Collector) solar receivers for the Megha parabolic trough power plant to be built in Andhra Pradesh, near Hyderabad, India. Megha is now the second project in India to be equipped with solar receivers from Siemens. Purchaser is Megha Engineering and Infrastructure Ltd. Siemens will supply approximately 17,000 solar receivers, which will generate all of the heat for the 50 megawatt (MW) facility. Commissioning for the solar plant is scheduled for spring 2013.

PLUG POWER INC. COMPLETES $15.0 MILLION PUBLIC OFFERING OF COMMON STOCK

New Trade Show CLEAN GAS AND COAL launched in Bremen, Germany

Focus on Energy Security, Internationally Attended Panel

Vertegy Helps Simmons Law Firm in Alton, Ill., Earn LEED Certification

The sustainability consulting firm was recently notified by the U.S. Green Building Council that Simmons Law Firm's national headquarters building, located in the Middletown Historic District in Alton, Ill., earned LEED certification. The building is the 34th LEED project Vertegy has had a hand in.

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