From Chirps To Tweets: TweetUp Supports Global Wind Energy Day

Somerville, MA, June 15, 2009 -- Employees of local wind energy company Second Wind took a break from testing the chirps of the speakers in their high-tech wind measurement system to meet members of the public at the Burren for a "TweetUp" celebrating the first-ever Global Wind Energy Day.

Agragen to Increase Oil Content in Camelina

BioTech solution uses enzyme for more oil

In the UK, Waste becomes a Resource

New conference in London brings stakeholders together to discuss contribution to climate protection - £10 million for biogas projects

Ascent Solar Manufactures Breakthrough CIGS Module

Ascent Solar Technologies, Inc. (NASDAQ:ASTI), a developer of state-of-the-art, flexible thin-film photovoltaic modules, announced that the company has manufactured a monolithically interconnected 5 meter long flexible light weight module on a polyimide substrate.

Power to your palm

New services from Intamac Systems deliver home energy use information straight to your mobile phone.

Home Energy Solutions CEO applauds Ontario's Green Energy Act solar program

David Egles, one of Canada's leading authorities on the solar industry, applauds the Green Energy Act passed now in Ontario.

Ausra is First Solar Steam Boiler Manufacturer to Receive ASME Authorization

Ausra Inc. Ausra Inc. has just become the first and only solar steam power boiler manufacturer to be awarded the "S" Stamp Certificate of Authorization from the America Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME) for the manufacture of the company's industrial solar steam power boilers.

Clean Energy Jobs Grow Faster

The number of American "clean energy" jobs grew 9.1% between 1998 and 2007 , more than twice the growth rate of employment in the economy as a whole, according to a new study that claims to be the first "hard count" of the sector. The Pew Charitable Trusts found about 68,200 companies with 770,000 jobs in the clean energy sector in 2007 - roughly half a percent of today's US workforce. The study calls it "a strong start for a new economy still very much in its infancy". By comparison, fossil fuels industries, including coal, utilities, oil and gas, had about 1.27 million workers in 2007.

Gulf Stream Turbine is designed to be inherently stable and give trouble-free power generation

The Gulf Stream Turbine in a submersible power plant that has its center of buoyancy located above its center of gravity to provide inherent stability. A unique depth-control system uses leveraged forced to balance the hydrodnamic lifting forces to the downward vector forces to control depth.

Central Texas School District Set to Improve Energy Efficiency

The Blanco (Texas) Independent School District is implementing a variety of facility enhancements to improve comfort and efficiency in its schools. TAC by Schneider Electric, will complete the work as a performance contract and guarantees the district save $63,000 in utility costs annually

World's Largest Energy Fair to Celebrate its 20th Year

Midwest Renewable Energy Association Energy Fair, in Custer, Wis., June 19-21, will feature workshops and exhibits emphasizing clean energy.

Matrix Energy expands its Sales Team in Ontario to Address Growing Demand for Renewable Energy

Chris will be responsible for coordinating sales activities and dealer development, expanding Matrix Energy's presence in Ontario.

Ocean Renewable Power Company Receives Maine Technolgy Asset Fund Award

Innovative Energy Leader Awarded $800,000 -- Ocean Renewable Power Company, an industry-leading developer of tidal energy technology and projects based out of Portland, ME received a grant of more than $800,000 from Maine Technology Asset Fund to advance its proprietary technology.

SMA America Names New Director of Sales

SMA America, Inc., the U.S. subsidiary of global solar technology leader SMA Technology AG, has announced the hiring of Dave Wojciechowski as director of sales.

$25 million battery lab

General Motors took a big step toward its reinvention as the "New G.M." today when it opened what it calls the largest automotive battery laboratory in the United States , a move the struggling company believes will hasten the development of electric vehicles. GM invested $25 million in the 33,000-square-foot Global Battery Systems Lab to develop and test the drive-trains underpinning the Chevrolet Volt and other hybrid, battery-electric and hydrogen fuel cell vehicles. The automaker believes the facility, at its sprawling Warren Technical Center campus outside Detroit, Michigan, will help make it a market leader in battery and EV technology.

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