Sales of High-Efficiency Outdoor Wood Boilers Increase

Greenwood Technologies Expands Production to Satisfy Growing Demand for Energy Independence

SolarCity and KQED Partner to Increase Solar Power Awareness and Adoption in Northern California

SolarCity and KQED Partner to Increase Solar Power Awareness and Adoption in Northern California. Carbon-neutral broadcaster unveils new solar array at San Francisco headquarters.

SMA AMERICA TO UNVEIL NEW PRODUCTS AT SOLAR POWER INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE

Solar Technology Leader to Exhibit Next Generation Commercial and Residential Inverters, Launch Educational Web Sites

ICP Solar Partners with San Francisco-based Eight Inc. to drive solar innovation

ICP Solar Partners with San Francisco-based Eight Inc. to drive solar innovation in portable power category. Apple's design partner brings unique capabilities to solar power market

Voluntary Carbon Market experiences further growth and price increases

New Carbon Finance "Voluntary Carbon Index" (VCI) shows VER prices have increased 26% in 2008 and highlights increasing interest in the pre-compliance market

Radiant heating replaces conventional heating

Feeling cold about traditional top down heating system which brought stuffiness instead of heat. Now convectional heating systems are replaced by ground breaking technology of Radiant Heating which provides most comfortable form of heat.

Chrysler's 2009 FFV Line-Up Announced

The National Ethanol Vehicle Coalition is pleased to announce that during model year 2009, Chrysler Corporation, a member of the NEVC, will offer autos/light trucks/SUVs as Flexible Fuel E85 compatible in the upcoming year. The following is a list of the 2009 Chrysler FFV Line-Up.

NanoDynamics Energy Receives $2.4 Million DOE Contract for SOFC Development

NanoDynamics Energy, Inc. announced today that it has received a 15-month, $2.4 million contract from the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) for the development of a 400-watt solid oxide fuel cell (SOFC). The SOFC will be designed to operate on a variety of fuels, including hydrogen and methane gas.

The Economics of Solar Power

A new era for solar power is approaching. In three to seven years, unsubsidized solar could cost no more to customers in many markets than traditional energy sources like coal and gas. By 2020, global installed solar capacity could be 20 to 40 times what it is today.

QLD ahead of the pack on solar power

Queensland is leading the push to install solar photovoltaic energy systems on the roofs of every school in the state, outstripping the federal government in its promise to make every Australian school a solar school by 2015.

WA SEA congratulates Colin Barnett and the WA Liberals on the Western Australian election result.

The WA Sustainable Energy Association Inc. (WA SEA), WA's business chamber for sustainable energy industries, congratulates Colin Barnet and his team on winning support from the National Party that will deliver a new Liberal Government for Western Australia.

Small wind turbines recognised in the oil and gas industry

Large oil and gas companies are looking at wind energy to generate electricity at their facilities and small wind turbines are increasing making a presence.

Second international trade fair for renewable energies and energy efficiency in Romania

ENREG ENERGIA REGENERABILA®, March 26 - 28, 2009 - Expo Arad International

Sol Inc. Wins 2008 Governor's Business Diversification Award

Enterprise Florida Inc. awards Sol Inc. as Mid Market Export Award Winner.

Sustainable Energy to Benefit from Emerging PV Module Surplus

Feedback from the 23rd European Photovoltaic Conference in Valencia, Spain

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