Semiconductors Save Money and Energy --- Big Time

Semiconductor technologies, present in many modern day devices and systems, are so essential to advances in energy efficiency gains that the United States economy could expand by more than 70 percent through 2030 and still use 11 percent less electricity than it did in 2008, according to a new study by the American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy (ACEEE). The report estimates the cumulative net electricity bill savings enabled by semiconductors might exceed $1.2 trillion through 2030. With smart investments productivity gains could reduce electricity use to only 3,364 billion kWh by 2030. The resulting savings of 1,242 billion kWh means that the economy may actually consume 11 percent less electricity in 2030 than it did in 2008. Original Metering.com article.

Western Australians can still save daylight.

While Western Australians may have said no to daylight saving, the Western Australian budget on Thursday has already provided the best way to save daylight, according to Australia's largest state-based green business body.

Gravel Stores Energy for the Grid

A group of English engineers have built an advanced heat pump and connected it to an energy storage system using two silos full of plain old gravel that they say is as cheap as pumped hydro, as location-agnostic as a battery - and is super efficient. Using the heat pump as the key, the team built an energy storage system that compresses argon gas to produce a temperature differential and deposits heat and cold into two separate large silos of gravel. Energy is stored in the gravel and when the process is reversed, it can be released.

17th European Biomass Conference & Exhibition

17th European Biomass Conference & Exhibition - from Research to Industry and Markets. CCH - Congress Center Hamburg, Germany

2009 Clean Tech Open Makes Final Call for Entries

May 30 deadline approaching for a chance at more than $1 million in seed money for Rocky Mountain clean tech entrepreneurs

PG&E Brightsource deal breaks solar contract record

The contracts secure 1,310 megawatts of solar thermal power from seven projects, the first of which - a 110MW installation in Ivanpah, California - is slated to be online by 2012. Construction is set to begin in "about six months, following approval from the California Energy Commission and the Bureau of Land Management," says BrightSource chief executive John Woolard in an interview published on PG&E's Web site.

Santa Clara (CA) Electric Utility Wins Green Power Award

Silicon Valley Power has been honored for its renewable energy program, Santa Clara Green Power. The program in 2008 prevented the release of 62,801,279 pounds (28,486 metric tons) of carbon dioxide emissions.

Daetwyler-Clean Energy Expands their capability to best serve the renewable energy market

Daetwyler-Clean Energy (DCE) has aligned it's resources to be the most advanced vertically integrated engineering & manufacturing provider to best serve it's renewable energy clients.

GE to Invest $100M+ in New York Battery Plant

General Electric has announced that it plans to build a new battery factory in upstate New York with an "initial investment" of $100 million and additional funds requested under the stimulus package. First up for the New York plant, if all of the financing comes through: batteries for hybrid freight trains. It's looking at providing energy storage devices for other applications including utilities, telecoms and load leveling for the smart grid. At full capacity, the new plant is designed to produce 10 million battery cells, or about 900 MW-hours of energy storage per year.

OPEL International Expands U.S. Sales Force with a New Director of Western Regional Sales

OPEL Prepares for US Solar Market's "Green" Growth

AMSC Signs Contract with ACCIONA Energy for New Wind Turbine Low Voltage Ride Through Solution

- D-VAR® RT Solution Enables Individual Wind Turbines to Meet Strict Grid Interconnection Code in Spain - Contract Value Exceeds $10 Million - New Product Opens Wind Turbine Retrofit Opportunity

SGS Announces New Head of Wind Energy Department

Axel Andreä has been appointed as the new Head of the SGS Wind Energy Department to manage the Global Wind Energy Competence Center and the German Technical Office for Wind Energy in Hamburg

ISKRA WIND TURBINES REBRANDS TO EVANCE

Iskra Wind Turbines launches today its new company brand - Evance, and announces four new European resellers.

EVANCE LAUNCHES THE ISKRA R9000 ADVANCED TURBINE

Evance (formerly Iskra Wind Turbines) has launched a new 5kW wind turbine that heralds a significant advance in efficiency, reliability, durability, corrosion resistance, and reduced installation time and cost.

More than just emissions on 2009 Budget day

'Australian Governments must use the budget process to support initiatives that will result in real cuts in greenhouse gas emissions, not just a slowing in growth of emissions,' says Dr Ray Wills, Chief Executive of the WA Sustainable Energy Association Inc. (WA SEA).

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