Discovery of New Enzymes may help Cheaper Ethanol Turn into a Reality Soon

With the discovery of new plant enzymes, which will be used for less expensive biofuel's production, the researchers are enthusiastic that cheaper ethanol will soon turn in to a reality.

NEWTEON ATTENDS EET 2007 IN BRUSSELS

On June 1st & 2nd, NEWTEON and its partner Micro-Vett will attend EET 2007, 2nd European Ele-Drive Transportation Conference, in Brussels. EET is organised by the AVERE, European Association for Battery, Hybrid and Fuel Cell Electric Vehicles.

Portugal to discuss how to develop Solar Photovoltaic Electricity

"Boosting Solar Electricity in Portugal" will be held next 31st May in Lisbon. Co-organised by EPIA, the ADENE, INETI, APISOLAR, IN+/IST, APREN and EDP, the conference will review the new trends and potential of development of solar photovoltaic electricity in Portugal.

NREL Updates National Solar Radiation Database

NREL has updated the National Solar Radiation Database, a planning tool that provides critical information about the amount of solar energy that is available at any given location.

Biogas-Powered Fuel Cell System Featured in Stockholm Environmental Center

Acumentrics, a fuel cell system maker, installs a 5 kW biogas-powered system in the GlashusEtt, an environmental learning center in Stockholm. The renewable biogas is made from city sewerage.

CSD15 Outcomes Regarding Sustainable Energy Announced at REEEP Side Event

In New York, at the Commission on Sustainable Development - CSD15, the Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency Partnership (REEEP) held a side event on sustainable energy for poverty reduction and economic growth.

Xantrex inverters installed at world's largest thin-film solar plant in Germany

Xantrex Technology Inc. (TSX:XTX) today announced that its inverters have been successfully installed and connected to the electrical grid by German system integrator juwi solar GmbH, for a 6 megawatt (MW) photovoltaic (PV) solar installation in Oberschtz, Germany, northeast of Leipzig.

Fedl Tax Credits Help Homeowners Make Energy-Efficiency Improvements

With the spring-summer remodeling season underway, consumers who are undertaking home improvement projects can look forward not only to lower home energy bills for years to come, but also to lower federal income tax bills for 2007.

White Paper Shake-up welcome, but UK now needs to shape-up on technology deployment

As an independent, cross-disciplined UK based R&D platform for new and renewable energy technologies, NaREC has found today's energy white paper rather a mixed bag - and rightly so. The Energy White Paper is very much a positive step forwards in the UK drive for a sustainable energy economy.

Awakening: China Promoting Solar Water Heaters for a Cleaner Country

China, one of the largest producers of greenhouse gases, is working hard to cut its emission rates. So it's now promoting solar energy powered solar heaters but cost is still a challenge.

North Carolina Receives Two Hybrid School Buses

The below press releases are regarding the hybrid school bus deliveries that took place last week at two school districts in North Carolina. One of the buses went to Charlotte-Mecklenberg school district and the other went to Wake Country school district in Raleigh.

Verde Energy Improves the Renewable Energy Customer Experience

Deploys Online Customer Relationship Management Portal for Renewable Energy Contractors

First Public E85 Station Opens in New York

First Public E85 Station Opens in New York

American Electric Power, Altair Nanotechnologies Join EDTA

The Electric Drive Transportation Association (EDTA) is pleased to welcome American Electric Power and Altair Nanotechnologies as its newest members.

The Renewable Energy Centre helps to make the Subject of Wind Power a Breeze for the UK

With the rising popularity of renewable technologies in the UK The Renewable Energy Centre was pleased to announce a record number of visits to the Wind Power section of the website this month.

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