Wisconsin Sees Record Number of Renewable Energy Systems Installed in 2008

Focus on Energy helped state residents and businesses install 338 renewable energy systems in the past year.

EnerWorks Appointments Enhance Customer Service

EnerWorks announced today two appointments which demonstrate its commitment to unparalleled customer service and support.

Efficiency could cut U.S. electricity use by 30%

If the energy efficiency across the United States was equivalent to that of the top performing states, the nation could save 1.2 million GWh, equivalent to 30 percent of its annual electricity use, according to a new report from the Rocky Mountain Institute (RMI). The top five performing states, according to the report, are in order New York, Alaska, Connecticut, Delaware and California, all with an electric productivity greater than 6.2. The five worst performing states, with an electric productivity less than 2.3, are South Carolina, Alabama, Kentucky and Mississippi.

Solar and Wind 101 Seminars

The Illinois Solar Energy Association is pleased to announce its fourth year of Solar 101 and Wind 101 seminars.

Cinpart Launches Electricity Efficient Business

Cinpart PLC is establishing a new subsidiary, Active Energy, to manufacture and install the VoltageMaster; a range of voltage optimising transformers that reduces input voltage into commercial buildings cutting electricity consumption, which reduces green house gas emissions.

SolarCity's 'Think Half' Promotion Can Make Solar Power Twice as Affordable

Offer combines discount, government incentives and utility rebates to provide solar system installations at net cost up to 50 percent below 2008 retail value

$2B chip market in alternative energy

Alternative energy systems and the semiconductors used in them could grow at an annual rate of as much as 40 percent over the next several years, according to a new market research report. Solar, wind and fuel cell systems consumed an estimated $800 million in semiconductors in 2008, a figure that could rise to nearly $2 billion by 2012, according to the report from The Information Network (New Tripoli, Penn.). The chips involved are primarily MOSFETs, IGBTs, microcontrollers, DSPs and discretes used to convert the renewable energy from AC to DC power. Some of the anticipated growth will come as the result of the recently passed economic stimulus package that calls for spending about $43 billion on alternative energy including about $4.3 billion on smart electric grids.

Concentrating Solar Thermal Power 2009: Final Program Confirmed

IntertechPira, a leading conference and research organization is pleased to announce the final program for the 1st annual Concentrating Solar Thermal Power conference set for June 4 - 5, 2009 at the Hotel Kabuki in San Francisco, CA, US.

Photovoltaics Summit 2009: Final program confirmed

IntertechPira, a leading conference and research organization is pleased to announce the final program for the 4th annual Photovoltaics Summit conference set for June 1 - 3, 2009 at the Hotel Kabuki in San Francisco, CA, US.

Iskra Wind Turbines Starts Search For European Distributors

Iskra Wind Turbines today announced that it has launched a search for distributors in Scandinavia (Denmark, Norway and Sweden), Benelux (Belgium, Luxembourg and the Netherlands) and Germany for its AT5-1 turbine.

'PROVEN' in America - Scottish firm to help U.S. be the leader of climate change

Following the meeting of Alex Salmond and Hilary Clinton, also the release of the Obama-Biden 'New Energy for America' plan, Proven Energy wish to help America realise their renewable goals.

SunWize Technologies Introduces New Solar Module

SunWize Technologies, Inc. has recently added the SW180 to its own line of solar modules. Designed to meet the needs of a wide range of residential and commercial grid-tie applications, the module is in stock and available for immediate shipment.

$mart Meters = 76,000,000 in 2009

Smart meters, which measure and automatically communicate detailed electrical (or gas or water) usage information to the utility and, in some cases, enable greater consumer awareness and control over consumption, are being deployed at an increasing pace, especially in North America and Europe. The current trends in AMI markets represent a continuation of the growth rates charted by ABI Research over recent years. "We don't think that the economic crisis is having a significant effect," says Lucero. "Utilities' smart metering deployments are typically multi-year plans developed in the context of regulated market environments, and not terribly susceptible to short-term economic fluctuations."

Appointment of Specialist Advisor Professor Stephen Salter

Aquamarine Power announces the appointment of acclaimed engineering design guru, Professor Stephen Salter as a Specialist Advisor.

Bad bank debts chance for carbon free recovery.

World governments can take advantage of public investments to support banks and respond to an even larger challenge of reducing greenhouse gas emissions and putting a stop to global warming, according to Western Australia's largest peak body for enterprises across the sustainable energy sector.

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