Craig Shoots Joins SunWize to Head International Division

Kingston, NY, July 1, 2008 -Craig Shoots joins SunWize Technologies, a global solar electric system integrator, as Vice President of its international division. Mr. Shoots will be responsible for directing the international team in supporting customers outside the United States and Canada.

Green power for trains will Act Now for the Future.

Australian Governments must demonstrate their commitment to act on global warming and greenhouse gas reductions by ensuring all new publicly funded projects are built on sustainable energy principals and operated with renewable energy inputs.

Brumby sees the light after solar power tour

The future looks bright for Victoria's solar industry after Premier John Brumby indicated that four solar power plants capable of powering 200,000 homes could be built in the state over the next ten years.


Over 200 of Australia's leading climate scientists and environment activists have issued a "call to arms" in the battle against global warming, saying that the effects of climate change are accelerating more rapidly than predicted.

IBM pushes solar PV technology

As fuels prices and energy costs surge around the world, the spotlight is fixed on the future of alternative energy sources, particularly solar photovoltaic technology.

Solar panel rebate rethink welcome, but long term sustainable

Federal Environment Minister Peter Garrett has signaled a rethink of the solar panel rebate means test in response to industry claims of declining sales

UniKeep Design Awards Contest Announces an "Eco-Friendly" Bonus Category Theme for Third Quarter

Make a difference today and design a graphic insert for any UniKeep Binder(TM), Disc Wallet or HiDef Case from July 1 through September 30 to Win a Cash Prize!

Isle of Man to make history as the world's first hi-speed clean emissions Grand Prix takes to its fa

Isle of Man to make history as the world's first hi-speed clean emissions Grand Prix takes to its famous TT circuit

GM Offers 18 FFVs for MY2009

The number of E85 compatible vehicle models available in 2009 is a sharp increase from the past following the group's commitment to making their line at least half E85 compatible by 2012.

Harvesting energy from motion of traffic

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California unveils ambitious climate plan

The plan, which aims to reduce pollutants by 10 percent from current levels by 2020 while driving investment in new energy technologies that will benefit the state's economy, is the most comprehensive yet by any U.S. state.

The Renewable Energy comments on Gordon Brown's "New Deal"

With the world watching oil prices steadily rise, Gordon Brown's trip to the Middle East appeared to offer a new solution which was for oil exporting countries to increase their output but also invest in UK renewable energy. Global Green Marketplace Listings in Solar, Geothermal, Organic Restaurant and mor Global Marketplace Update; Connecting Green Companies Seeking Funding, Acquisitions, Licensing, Management


As part of its commitment to sustainable construction and assisting developers to minimize the impact of house building on wildlife habitats, Ibstock has designed a range of clay homes for bats and swifts that can be incorporated into any new buildings or conservation work.

Sustainable Energy to Partner with Opel for Solar Concentrator Project

Sustainable Energy to Partner with Opel for Solar Concentrator Project

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