INL and OriginOil to develop algae-to-oil technology

Idaho National Laboratory recently signed an agreement to help OriginOil, Inc. validate and scale the company's proprietary technology for converting algae to oil. Representatives from the company converged at the U.S. Department of Energy lab for a February signing ceremony.

Phillips BioFuels announces the creation of a biofuels marketing alliance with AltEnergyMag.com

Phillips BioFuels will provide biodiesel specific information to AltEnergyMag.com, The Alternative Energy Magazine, as AltEnergyMag continues to build the biofuels segment of their website.

May 21 Solar Celebration -- Humane Society of Boulder Valley

12-Year-Old Volunteer Dustin Michels Helps the Humane Society of Boulder Valley Secure A 100% Donated Solar Photovoltaic System

Rogue Engineering Launches Rhino20 Product Line of Charge Controllers

Denver, CO - May, 2009 Rogue Engineering announced the launch of the Rhino20.The Rhino20 Charge Controller is designed to operate with no maintenance in the most challenging of settings. Simple and rugged, this charger can be powered by a solar panel or an AC adaptor for either on or off-grid.

Largest Solar Install in the Southeast - A DOE Solar America Showcase

On May 21, the U.S. Department of Energy was involved in the unveiling of the largest rooftop photovoltaic system of its kind in the southeastern United States - on the rooftop of the Orlando Convention Center.

BWEA Welcomes Europe's largest onshore Windfarm coming online and securing extension

Scotland's Whitelee windfarm has a capacity of 322MW, enough to power 180,000 homes, or a city the size of Glasgow.

Missouri School District Upgrades Facility, Saves Energy

The Morgan County School district in Stover, Mo., is completing a $1.5 million project to improve operations, comfort and efficiency in its schools. TAC by Schneider Electric, the building management and energy services business of Schneider Electric, implemented the work as a performance contract.

Silicon Valley Power 5th in U.S. for Green Power

SVP is ranked 5th in customer participation for green programs by the National Renewable Energy Lab. ln 2008, the 4,370 participants enrolled in Santa Clara Green Power prevented release of 28,486 metric tons of carbon dioxide. This is equivalent to removing 5,217 cars from the road.

Sol Inc. CEO Rick Schuett Unveils "Grid Parity Now" Message

Message of "Grid Parity" delivered at Alternative Energy and Building Efficiency Event

Western Australians can still save daylight.

While Western Australians may have said no to daylight saving, the Western Australian budget on Thursday has already provided the best way to save daylight, according to Australia's largest state-based green business body.

17th European Biomass Conference & Exhibition

17th European Biomass Conference & Exhibition - from Research to Industry and Markets. CCH - Congress Center Hamburg, Germany

2009 Clean Tech Open Makes Final Call for Entries

May 30 deadline approaching for a chance at more than $1 million in seed money for Rocky Mountain clean tech entrepreneurs

Santa Clara (CA) Electric Utility Wins Green Power Award

Silicon Valley Power has been honored for its renewable energy program, Santa Clara Green Power. The program in 2008 prevented the release of 62,801,279 pounds (28,486 metric tons) of carbon dioxide emissions.

Daetwyler-Clean Energy Expands their capability to best serve the renewable energy market

Daetwyler-Clean Energy (DCE) has aligned it's resources to be the most advanced vertically integrated engineering & manufacturing provider to best serve it's renewable energy clients.

OPEL International Expands U.S. Sales Force with a New Director of Western Regional Sales

OPEL Prepares for US Solar Market's "Green" Growth

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