U.S. fuel cell, fueling and supply chain companies will be in full force at the 7th International Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Expo March 2-4, 2011, in Tokyo, Japan. Twelve U.S. companies will be participating in and around the U.S.A. Pavilion, the largest in the show's seven-year history, with several additional U.S. companies exhibiting in other areas of the conference hall.
Solamet® PV17x Series Helps Set New Standard for Solar Cell Efficiency
REHAU has created a new construction services department dedicated to addressing the dynamic needs of its construction industry customers using renewable energy, HVAC and fenestration systems.
WATT Fuel Cell Corp., a designer and developer of solid oxide fuel cell (SOFC) systems, announces an agreement granting the company an exclusive worldwide license to fuel cell technology intellectual property (IP) previously developed and implemented at NanoDynamics Energy Inc. As part of the agreement, WATT Fuel Cell has established a joint venture (JV) with Solar Acquisitions Corp. to form Evolution Fuel Cell Inc., an entity licensed to develop the IP for applications up to 500W.
New USA Today/Gallup poll shows most Americans favor phasing out incandescent light bulbs and "going green."
It may be a while before everyone catches on to a solar roof to offset their homes' energy costs, but some in the community believe the future is bright for solar energy. Energy Solar Systems in Cumming, Georgia has become committed to the cause of going green as a business model.
Mandatory conference for potential installers of the two Las Virgenes Unified School District solar projects (Agoura and Calabasas High Schools) on February 24th at 9:30am at Calabasas High School. Pure Power Advisors is managing RFP process.
Intersolar invites international solar companies to submit applications for the solar industry's most distinguished award for innovation
Continued Strong Pipeline of Photovoltaic Technologies Key to Reducing Dependence on Fossil Fuels
Intersolar Europe presents more efficient technologies and more innovative equipment and machinery for photovoltaic production
Technical Top Tip courtesy of Suntrace Solar Resource Assessment
The company OPDE ITALIA has started the construction of six new photovoltaic solar farms in the region of Piedmont that will reach a total power of 26 MW.
A South Carolina weatherization program that has made area homes more energy efficient could have a significant affect in the local economy for decades to come.
Cleantech developer TwentyNinety has won a Shell Springboard award, for its innovative photovoltaic technology Active Array™.
Based on the success of its first hybrid tug, Carolyn Dorothy, Foss announced plans in August 2010 to retrofit a sister vessel, Campbell Foss, with the Foss/Aspin Kemp and Associates (AKA) XeroPoint hybrid system and Corvus batteries.
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