SOUTH CAROLINA LEADERS GATHER AT STATEHOUSE TO WELCOME NATIONAL HYDROGEN ASSOCIATION AND PREVIEW NEW

State leaders from government, science, technology and business industries will welcome the National Hydrogen Association Conference on Tuesday, March 31, from 4-4:30 p.m. on the south steps of the SC Statehouse and discuss the importance of the hydrogen and fuel cells to our region and state.

Clean Tech Open Calls for Entrepreneurs to Create 100,000 Green-Collar Jobs

Proven clean tech innovation catalyst launches fourth annual competition with more than $1M in total prizes; competition expands to include Pacific Northwest and Rocky Mountain regions.

FOSSIL-BASED ELECTRICITY DECLINES & NUCLEAR STAGNANT AS NON-HYDRO RENEWABLES GROW 17% IN 2008

According to the latest figures published by the U.S. Energy Information Administration non-hydro renewable sources of electricity enjoyed double-digit growth during the past year while coal, natural gas, and petroleum experienced notable declines and nuclear power remained stagnant.

SPG Solar Nominates Point Loma Nazarene University for a SANDEE Award

SPG Solar, Inc., nominated Point Loma Nazarene University for a San Diego Excellence In Energy Award. PLNU was nominated for their solar power system and various other sustainability measures.

ARCA® ENCLOSURES ACHIEVE CE CONFORMITY CERTIFICATION

The ARCA® JIC enclosure family, from Fibox, has been tested and certified by SGS FIMKO to comply with the European Community's Low Voltage Directive and permits use of the CE Mark.

Columbia, S.C. Hosts National Hydrogen Association Conference

Columbia, S.C. will host the 2009 National Hydrogen Association Conference March 30 - April 2. Below is a list of detailed announcement, event and speaker information.

National green hospitality experts to speak at upcoming global summit

Executive chairperson Clare Misquitta and event organizers confirmed that Scott Parisi, president of EcoGreenHotel and John Grillo, president of National Energy Services Co.

Science facts are useful - Greenhouse 2009 reaffirms urgency of action on warming

WA Sustainable Energy Association Inc. (WA SEA) acknowledges the combined efforts of scientists from a range of disciplines to continue the development of science at the Greenhouse 2009. Papers presented at Greenhouse 2009 show that global warming is accelerating.

LITTELFUSE Announces New SPF Solar Fuse Series

The new SPF solar midget (10X38 mm) fuse from Littelfuse offers protection to PV electrical circuits upwards of 1000VDC and 30 amperes. 15 different ampere ratings have been developed to offer the designer greater flexibility than ever before.

CPV Today - Defining the requirements of a technology which still is under development

Reliability and durability are two main parameters that guarantee operational behaviour, safety and profitability in any CPV system.

OPEL Inc. Forms a European Subsidiary

OPEL Inc. Forms a European Subsidiary A Partner with European Companies to Generate Solar Power

First Solar Plant in Florida - Creates 200 Jobs

Advanced Solar Photonics is building a thin film solar panel production plant, the first in the state, called SolarFab. This opportunity will create aproximately 200 green jobs in Florida.

Renewable Energy now has its very own Online Community

Renewable Energy enthusiasts everywhere finally have a place to call home. The all new RELforum.net is a place where people from around the world can come together to discuss renewable energy. Renewable energy is a dinner table topic for millions around the world and it now has its own community.

2008: an exceptional year for the Photovoltaic Market

The European Photovoltaic Industry Association (EPIA) presented its annual market figures to its members on Friday 20 March 2009. The global solar photovoltaic (PV) market grew to at least 5.5 GW[1] in 2008 compared to 2.4 GW in 2007. Spain ranks first, followed by Germany.

G.Park Blue Planet First Ever To Be Awarded BREEAM 'Outstanding' Development Award

- North Staffordshire sustainable development creates cost savings of up to £300,000 pa -

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