The latest analysis from New Carbon Finance confirms that many of the low hanging fruit of cheap carbon credits in the developing world have now been harvested. Further opportunities for reducing emissions will require more effort, spurring investments in renewable energy and energy efficiency.
On 22nd August 2008, Formula Zero, the new zero emission race series, will launch the world's first international championship for fuel cell powered racers. The world premiere of the 2008 Formula Zero Championship will take place in Rotterdam, The Netherlands.
Sopogy, Inc., wins the National Society of Professional Engineers' (NSPE) New Product of the Year Award for its MicroCSP Solar Collector "SopoNova 4.0" at the NSPE's Annual Conference this year held in Portland, Oregon.
Canadian Invented SolarWall is featured prominently in the Beijing Olympic Village. Both the SolarWall solar air heating system and the SolarWall PV-Thermal systems are showcased.
R&D Magazine has chosen EMCORE's solar cell technology for an R&D 100 award. This prestigious award recognizes the IMM solar cell as one of the most innovative technologies of 2008
Tulikivi fireplaces supersede the strictest air quality standards in the world and help projects earn points toward LEED certification. The company was also recently recommended by the Finnish Allergy and Asthma Federation for households where asthma or allergies are a key concern.
In addition, the demonstration fleet will help visitors to NREL learn about advanced vehicle technologies that are available or in development.
Australia's most popular cars are also Australia's most fuel hungry cars. The revamped Green Vehicle Guide launched by the Australian Federal Government, the Commodore releases 3.8 tonnes of carbon dioxide, making it the highest greenhouse emitter of the top five most popular cars in the country.
Solar Electric Power Association Announces Top Ten Rankings and Results of 2007 U.S. Utility Solar Electricity Market Survey
The Minerals Management Service (MMS) proceeding with the consultation and analyses necessary to move toward the issuance of limited leases under its interim policy for authorizing alternative energy data collection and technology testing activities on the Outer Continental Shelf (OCS).
Head of BP's Alternative Energy Division, Vivian Cox Discusses Commitment to Clean Energy
Marquiss Wind Power Acquires Cirrus Technologies Inc.; Cirrus Founder John Roskey Joins Marquiss As CTO
When you think of "green" celebrities, perhaps you think of Leonardo DiCaprio who produced and narrated "The 11th Hour". Julia Roberts may come to mind for promoting the use of biofuels on Oprah. But, without a doubt, the godfather of the green & famous is actor Ed Begley, Jr.
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