Italian company will provide ORC turbine for new plant in Great Britain realized by LandEnergy
Intel is researching technology to harvest free energy from the environment, which could lead to devices such as mobile phones running for indefinite periods without recharging. The company said it was working on tiny sensors that could capture energy from sources such as sunlight and body heat. In the future, such energy could be used to power personal electronic devices such as cell phones. Recharging themselves by scavenging free energy allows the sensors to continuously record and transmit readings over wireless networks, without any human involvement. Read more.
Conference Archives, Inc. (CAI) releases a digital archive of Solar Power International 2008 featuring rich media presentations and shining light on the future of clean, renewable energy.
The Red Oak (Texas) School District is implementing $2.4 million in facility enhancements to improve operations and efficiency at 10 buildings. The Energy Solutions division of TAC will complete the work as a performance contract and guarantees that ROISD will save more than $264,000 annually.
Renewable Energy Stocks Sector Close-Up; Renewable Energy and Green Stocks up on Obama Optimism
Jeff Kosinksi to Lead the Solar Inverter Company's Business-Building Efforts
Researchers at MIT have unveiled a new type of silicon solar cell that could be much more efficient and cost less than currently used solar cells. The design combines a highly effective reflector on the back of a solar cell with an antireflective coating on the front. This helps trap red and near-infrared light, which can be used to make electricity, in the silicon. The researchers applied their light-trapping scheme on thin silicon cells that are about five micrometers thick. Their prototype solar cell is 15 percent more efficient at converting light into electricity than commercial thin-film solar cells. Read More.
New line of Arrow Hart® Commercial Specification Grade LED Accent Lights that provide energy-efficient and long-life lighting for wayfinding, egress and task illumination.
Also known as cogeneration, CHP is the simultaneous production of electricity and heat from a single fuel source such as natural gas, biomass, biogas, coal, waste heat, or oil. According to a report from the Oak Ridge National Laboratory, boosting the use of combined heat and power, or CHP, to 20 percent of generating capacity in the U.S. by 2030 would save 5.3 quadrillion British thermal units of fuel annually, the equivalent of nearly half the total energy currently consumed by U.S. households. The lab said there would also be a 60 percent reduction of the projected increase in carbon dioxide, the equivalent of taking 154 million cars off the road. Read More.
The World Economic Forum announced that GreenPeak Technologies is being recognized as one of the Technology Pioneers for 2009. GreenPeak is a fabless semiconductor company offering innovative ultra low power wireless and battery-free data communication technology for sense and control applications
Most accurate, consistent, comprehensive wind dataset available at the global scale
Manufacturer of Revolutionary Gray and Rainwater Recycling Systems will team up with Ed Begley, Jr., Hollywood's 'greenest' actor and star of the hit TV series Living With Ed to promote water recycling.
The Western Australian Sustainable Energy Association Inc. (WA SEA), the business chamber for the sustainable energy industry in WA, is delighted to announce it now has over 200 members.
Sustainable Energy Partners With Spanish Solar Project Developer to Co-Market Thin Film PV Solutions for Spanish Rooftop Market
Green Life Smart Life is a LEED-H project created by a real family to demonstrate green building and smart technologies in today's home.
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