"PV Production Forum 2010" will take place at the 25th EU PVSEC and 5th World Conference on Photovoltaic Energy Conversion (WCPEC-5) on September 7, 2010 in Valencia, Spain.
We got the opportunity to interview the three leading teams in the EcoCAR Challenge namely Mississippi State University, Virginia Tech and Pennsylvania State University. These are the future leaders in the alternative energy transportation industry and it shows in their enthusiasm.
The Progressive Insurance Automotive X-Prize is a huge undertaking involving Establishing a venue, staffing, training, developing tests, setting up Consumers Reports Certifications, and taking over the Michigan International Speedway in the outback, near a small town named Brooklyn in our fair State of Michigan.
Innovative technological ideas that originate from small American manufacturing companies often go unrewarded. Why? Because often those companies don't have the ability to take their innovations to the world through an aggressive exporting program.
The West County Wastewater District, located on the San Francisco Bay, provides wastewater collection, treatment, and disposal services for several cities and parts of Contra Costa County. In adopting solar energy, the agency was interested in the long term cost-saving benefits a solar PPA afforded and its no-money down approach. The solar PPA was an excellent solution: the wastewater district pays only for the power the system produces, does not incur operation and maintenance expenses, and sees savings on its electricity bill for the next twenty years-a plus for the District's ratepayers.
Al Gore is upset that Capitol Hill lawmakers are cutting $1.5 billion in renewable energy project loan guarantees to help fund state aid legislation aimed at preventing teacher layoffs and covering Medicaid costs. Renewable-energy groups are furious over the latest raid on the Energy Department loan program, which was also the source of $2 billion in funding for the "Cash for Clunkers" rebates a year ago. "These rescissions put into jeopardy the green jobs that the administration has touted as part of our clean-energy future and put us further behind the rest of the world," Gore said on his website Monday afternoon. The House is slated to vote Tuesday on the $26 billion state aid package the Senate approved last week. Gore said the underlying state aid bill is important legislation, but believes the loan-guarantees cut is the “wrong way on renewables.” Source - E2Wire
Canadian Solar Inc. Announcing the Selection of Guelph to Host its Solar Module Manufacturing Facility in Ontario, Canada
Guelph, ON (August 11, 2010) Canadian Solar Inc., one of the world`s largest solar companies, is announcing the location and the next steps to establishing a new solar module manufacturing facility in Ontario, Canada at a media conference being held this morning. The facility, located at 525 Speedvale Avenue, West in Guelph, Ontario, Canada, is expected to be ready to commence production early next year, and will be one of the largest solar panel module manufacturing plants in North America. The facility is being developed by Canadian Solar Solutions Inc. - a wholly owned subsidiary of Canadian Solar.
A comprehensive guide to ultrasonic soldering in electronics, solar, medical and industrial manufacturing applications has been developed by Japan Unix Co. Ltd.
CSP Today is delighted to announce the launch of its CSP Yield Optimization Conference (Denver, October 27-28),
National Energy Audit Company, Pro Energy Consultants, Announces Eight Grand Openings for Energy Auditing Franchises Across the Country.
The 16th edition of NEPCON South China will highlight Solar PV at the Shenzhen Exhibition Center from August 31 to September 2, 2010.
New Series of dimmable LED light bulbs from GlacialLight
The company has sold more than 100MW of solar combiners to the solar marketplace.
The Bio-Bug has been converted by a team of British engineers to be powered by biogas, which is produced from human waste at sewage works across the country. They believe the car is a viable alternative to electric vehicles. Excrement flushed down the lavatories of just 70 homes is enough to power the car for 10,000 miles - the equivalent of one average motoring year. This conversion technology has been used in the past but the Bio-Bug is Britain's first car to run on methane gas without its performance being reduced. It can power a conventional two litre VW Beetle convertible to 114mph. Mohammed Saddiq, of sustainable energy firm GENeco, which developed the prototype, claimed that drivers "won't know the difference". Source - Telegraph.co.uk
Energy Roofing Systems is committed to reducing energy consumption today while keeping an eye on the horizon. Our roof called the SmarterRoof TM reflects 90% of sun rays away from your home, REDUCING UP TO 40% OF YOUR ENERGY COSTS!
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