Globe Warming to Clean Energy Education

Desire for education in the Clean and Renewable Energy Field is Growing!

NGVAmerica Applauds President's Petroleum Displacement Initiative

Biomethane can help relieve oil dependence

Clean Energy Industry Coalition Offers Views on Federal Climate Change Legislation

Washington, DC - In a letter to the Senate, the Business Council for Sustainable Energy outlined elements for successful federal climate change legislation in advance of the upcoming Senate Committee on Environment and Public Works "open forum" on climate change to be held on January 30.

Changing the World, One Light at a Time with ENERGY STAR®

ENERGIZE NOW Helps Spread the Word About the ENERGY STAR Change a Light Pledge

State of the Union & Energy: Some Good, Some Bad, Overall--Not Enough

The energy policy initiatives put forth by President Bush in his State of the Union address last evening are inadequate to fully tap the potential of energy efficiency and renewable energy technologies or to address climate change and the national security threat posed by energy imports.

Bush's 20-10 Energy Plan Sets Laudable Efficiency Goals; Administration, Congress Must Collaborate to Make Them Real

The most direct route to increasing fuel economy - and to protecting our national energy, environmental, and economic security - is for the administration and Congress to work together to establish, through law, specific CAFE increases for cars and light trucks

ACORE Supports President Bush's Renewable Energy Initiatives in State of the Union 2007

President George W. Bush laid out a set of important programs and goals for a national shift to renewable energy and fuels in last night's State of the Union address.

Green Products and Services Gain Support

Green Products and Services Gain Support as Issues of Global Warming and Environmental Contamination Escalate

EDTA's Response to the State of the Union Address

In his State of the Union Address, President George W. Bush outlined an energy strategy to reduce U.S. oil consumption by 20% by 2017.

Venture Capital/Private Equity investment in clean energy surges 167% in 2006

VC and PE investments in clean energy companies increased by 167% in 2006 from USD 2.7bn to USD 7.1bn. The increase was driven by a surge in money flowing into the US biofuels sector. Solar, wind and other low carbon sectors also saw significant rises.

Hadco® & SolarOne® Solutions - Joint Development of Solar Light Introduced at Sullivan Renaissance

New design addresses aesthetics for solar powered decorative lighting systems. Hadco of Littlestown, PA and SolarOne Solutions of Framingham, MA announce the joint development of a solar powered post top style lamp for decorative lighting applications.

The Greek PV market: ready for take off

The Greeks are ambitious when it comes to PV energy. Their goal is to have installed at least 700 MWp by 2020, so, with currently a total installed power of 6 MWp, the market will have to grow with more than 40% a year to achieve this.

Ford delivers 150th FFV Car in UK

Ford motor company has actively joined the movement for making earth a more safer and cleaner planet, introduction of bio-fuel driven vehicles is its first step towards this.

Campaign Challenges Policy Makers to Advance Energy Efficiency

32 Power is in Your Hands campaign partners are targeting national policy makers with creative new ads conveying the importance of energy efficiency and the idea that even simple actions can have a dramatic and meaningful impact when taken by millions of people.

Casio, Motorola, Samsung, Seiko and Toshiba to Present at Small Fuel Cells Conference

The Knowledge Foundation announced that five industry leaders in portable electronics and fuel cell technology development will be speaking at this year's Small Fuel Cells for Portable Applications conference to be held in Miami, FL from March 7-9, 2007.

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