The Renewable Energy Centre Disappointed with Go-Ahead for Thames Water Desalination Plant

The Renewable Energy Centre today joins many environmental groups in the opposition against plans for the £200 million Thames Water desalination plant, when a third of their water supply is currently being lost through leakages.

Excessive Production of Biofuels May Cost Numerous Lives, Warns Special Rapporteur of UN

Increasing use of maize and sugar to produce biofuels is an issue of concern as it may cause numerous lives across the world in the near future, warns Jean Ziegler, the special rapporteur of the UN.

Bay Area Solar Organizations Finalists for $5 Million American Express Prize

The Vote Solar Initiative and the Center for Resource Solutions, two San Francisco-based non-profits, are finalist for a $5 million prize from American Express.

NREL/Boeing Spectrolab Team Wins Research and Development Award

A solar cell produced by Boeing Spectrolab under a subcontract with the U.S. Department of Energy's (DOE) National Renewable Energy Laboratory is among this year's most significant innovations, as judged by Research & Development (R&D) Magazine.

New Environmental Podcast for Investors and Consumers - Driving Green, the Highways of the Future

New Investor Podcast will Travel the Highways of the Future, Discussing Green Automotive Trends and Opportunities

'Planning' to save the planet: efficient mobile network planning significantly reduces CO2 emissions

London, 19 July 2007 - Mobile network operators are creating a global annual excess carbon footprint equivalent to running nearly 3 million 3-bedroom family homes, according to research undertaken by Actix, the recognized global leader for systems that enhance mobile network customer experience.

Green Concerns Remain Distant Priority For Enterprise IT Managers

Cost and security remain top considerations but increasing scrutiny will force rethink

UK's First End User Environmental IT Board Meets in London

Slough, England, 18th July, 2007 - The inaugural meeting of the UK's first end user Environmental IT Leadership Team takes place this week in central London.

CALENDAR ANNOUNCEMENT - Ecobuild Fall

Ecobuild Fall - Sustainable, Green and High Performance Solutions for the Built Environment December 10 -13, 2007, Washington, D.C.

Bacharach Teams Up With Industry Leaders to Address the Issue of Rising Energy Costs

Bacharach, Inc. has teamed up with a group of other industry leaders to implement programs that address energy cost and global warming.

NJATC ANNOUNCES PUBLICATION OF ELECTRICAL INDUSTRY'S FIRST PHOTOVOLTAIC SYSTEMS TEXTBOOK

Photovoltaic Systems - the first comprehensive guide to the installation of commercial and residential solar energy systems.

Demand dynamics in the world's major PV markets subject of unique symposium

What will be the dynamics of global demand for PV modules in 2007 and the following years? This question is the topic in an interactive symposium on Tuesday 4 September in Milan.

Is It Time to Replace Old Frig with an Energy-Efficient Model?

If your refrigerator was manufactured before 1993, it's probably time to replace it with a more energy-efficient model. A handy online tool from the U.S. Department of Energy makes that calculation easy -- and fun!

InvestorIdeas.com Archive of Greentech Investor Conference Available

Online Audio, Available Free to Interested Environmentalists and Investors, Provides Insight into Long Term Trends in Cleantech Investment Including Venture Capital, Funds, Indices and Public Companies

From Waste to Value

Vendors, Buyers, Energy Consumers Meet at the EBW Expo & Conference in Pittsburgh, PA

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