Solar Energy Industries Association Names U.S. Senator Lamar Alexander, New Jersey BPU President Jeanne Fox, Arizona Corporation Commissioner Kris Mayes as Solar Energy Champions of the Year
"These leaders have done more to advance solar energy from their positions than any other in the country," said Rhone Resch, president of SEIA.
These lights, using LED lamps powered by solar energy, illuminate a pathway from the College's residence hall area and its well-known "globe" to its athletic fields.
Project on Schedule for Full-Scale Production by Summer of 2006
Including the "Exemplary Sustainable Building' Award and the 'Best Sustainable Practice' Award
GridPoint's Intelligent Renewable Energy Management Appliance Will Compete for Most Innovative Commercial Technology of The Year
The Southern Fuel Cell Coalition is a regional initiative of the Atlanta-based Center for Transportation and the Environment (CTE). The projects and activities of the SFCC promote interstate cooperation and regional job growth to meet the needs of a technology market niche that is expected to grow to $7.3 billion within the next 15 years.
Xantrex Technology Inc., a global leader in solar inverters, has expanded its line of solar grid tie inverters for the European residential and commercial market with the launch of the Xantrex GT 3.8 and GT 2.5 Solar Grid Tie Inverters in Germany and the GT 3.8 Solar Grid Tie Inverter in Spain.
SunPower Corp., a Silicon Valley-based subsidiary of Cypress Semiconductor Corp., today announced that its industry-leading, high-performance silicon solar electric cells have been selected by two universities participating in the second Solar Decathlon held in Washington, D.C., October 7-16, 2005.
SunPower Corp., a Silicon Valley-based subsidiary of Cypress Semiconductor Corp. (NYSE: CY), today introduced two new high-efficiency inverters at Solar Power 2005, the largest business-to-consumer solar conference and expo in the United States. The event is being held this week in Washington, D.C.
Xantrex Technology Inc. (TSX:XTX) introduces three new solar grid tie inverters at the Solar Power 2005 Expo in Washington, DC.
GridPoint Connect' Allows Customers to Harness Renewable Energy and Benefit from Instant, Automatic, Silent Backup Power During Outages
Secretaries of Agriculture and Interior to Address Renewable Energy Policy in the United States; Congressional Caucus and ACORE Organize Forum
Parliamentarians from over 40 countries will be meeting for two days to discuss issues relating to energy security as well as their responses to high oil prices. As EU President, Britain is hosting this year's Inter-Parliamentary Meeting on renewable energy and energy efficiency.
ARLINGTON, WASHINGTON, October 4, 2005 - Xantrex Technology Inc. (TSX:XTX) products were selected by 10 university teams participating in the Solar Decathlon in Washington, DC from October 7-16, 2005.
ARLINGTON, WASHINGTON, October 3, 2005 - Xantrex Technology Inc. (TSX:XTX) is partnering with the Sacramento Municipal Utility District (SMUD) and the California Energy Commission (CEC) to support a heavy-duty truck anti-idling campaign.
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