EnerWorks Invests to Facilitate Solar Thermal Project Financing

Securing sufficient capital to enable projects to move forward quickly is crucial to the rapid adoption of solar thermal technology. To help identify innovative funding mechanisms and link its customers more easily to these sources, EnerWorks has appointed Robert Bender as Executive Vice President.

SAN DIEGO GREEN CAREER CONFERENCE AT SDSU on April 25th

The San Diego Renewable Energy Society and the Solar Living Institute are teaming up to help workers explore & secure green career opportunities. On April 25th they will present the San Diego Green Career Conference at SDSU.

Solar Powered City in Florida

One of the world's biggest photovoltaic projects is planned for southwest Florida. Florida Power & Light will spend $350 million to build a 75-megawatt photovoltaic solar plant at a planned city, Babcock Ranch, near Fort Myers. The plant could be the largest in the world if it reaches 75MW output--before somebody else does. Photovoltaic cells convert sunlight into electricity. Electric vehicles, able to plug in for recharge at convenient community-wide recharging stations, will glide along avenues beneath the glow of solar-powered street lamps.

Renewable Energy Stocks Sector Close-Up on Solar Stocks

SunPower Corporation (NasdaqGS: SPWRA) trading at $ 25.94, up $ 2.54 (10.85%)

BioSolar to Commercialize BioBacksheet for Thin-Film Photovoltaic Modules

Company to Develop Thin Film Version of BioBacksheet Due to Growing Interest From Thin Film Solar Manufacturers

Students Design Award-Winning Green Building with Hydrogen

This year's Hydrogen Student Design Contest challenged teams of university students from around the world to design a green student center powered by hydrogen for the State University of New York - Farmingdale Campus, using a theoretical budget of $28 million dollars.

Smart Grid Security

As momentum gathers for the creation of an Internet-like "smart grid" that will do for the electricity grid what the Internet did for home shopping, the WSJ reports the cyberspace wars have begun. The big question is whether the move to a smart grid would increase the country's vulnerability to cyber attacks, or serve as the best form of defense. California-based Electric Power Research Institute has been selected by the Commerce Department to draw up the "roadmap" of the new smart grid. Its main task will be figuring out just what standards should prevail in that brave new world.

Biogas for the UK

MT-ENERGIE commits to the UK-Biogas Market by opening the Reading-based MT-ENERGIE UK LTD to serve the British Anaerobic Digestion Market and to contribute to the renewable energy production in the United Kingdom.

AGNI HONOURED BY FROST & SULLIVAN

Company receives Technology Leadership Award for Renewable and Alternative Power Generation

RECORD ATTENDANCE INDICATES GROWING INTEREST IN HYDROGEN

The NHA Conference and Hydrogen Expo in Columbia, South Carolina, drew thousands on its public day, indicating trend of growing interest in hydrogen industry.

Johnson Controls Asks Educators & Trainers to Go Green

HVACR training programs across North America try to expand their student's placement opportunities with major employers like Johnson Controls (http://www.johnsoncontrols.com). Many of these employers are now asking that students are trained in new green technologies.

Germany's Drive to Energy Independence

Germany's Reichstag in Berlin is set to become the first parliamentary building in the world to be powered 100 percent by renewable energy. Soon the entire country will follow suit. Germany is accelerating its efforts to become the world's first industrial power to use 100 percent renewable energy -- and given current momentum, it could reach that green goal by 2050. A new Roadmap published by the German Federal Ministry for the Environment sketches out the route the world's largest exporter plans to take to switch over completely to renewable energy, and add 800,000 to 900,000 new cleantech jobs by 2030 as it does so.

Further reductions in CO2 required by 2020 in UK

The Renewable Energy Centre believes UK carbon emissions should be cut by 42% by 2020.

Texas City Hires TAC for $9 Million Energy Saving Project

Abilene, Texas is implementing $9 million in facility enhancements designed to improve energy efficiency at 34 city buildings. TAC, the building management and energy services business of Schneider Electric, will perform the work and guarantees the city will save $12 million over the next 15 years.

Concentrating Solar Thermal Power 2009: Speaker update

IntertechPira, a leading conference and research organization is pleased to announce the addition of eSolar, Paul, Hastings, Janofsky & Walker LLP and Virtus Energy to the final program for the 1st annual Concentrating Solar Thermal Power.

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