Coalition Launches Website to Help Consumers, Businesses Save with New Energy Efficiency Tax Credits

A new web site from the Tax Incentives Assistance Project (TIAP) aims to help individuals and businesses cut their federal tax bills and their energy bills in 2006 and 2007 by becoming more energy-efficient.

Lakewood High School Teacher Recognized for Introduction of Renewable Energy Curriculum

Matthew Brown from Lakewood High School in Golden, Colo. has been awarded this year's Renewable Energy Teacher Award from the U.S. Department of Energy's (DOE) National Renewable Energy Laboratory's (NREL) Office of Education Programs.

Silicon Valley Supports Teachers With Free Energy From The Sun

A new affordable housing complex for teachers and other public employees in San Jose, CA, recently completed a 17 kW solar system to power the common areas of the complex.

Hydrogen Means Business in California

Vendors and buyers meet at Hydrogen Expo US and NHA Annual Hydrogen Conference 2006 in Long Beach, CA

Today's 'Fuel Choices' Bill Could Curb U.S. Oil Habit, But Only With Full Funding, Implementation

The "Vehicle and Fuel Choices for American Security Act of 2005" could significantly reduce U.S. dependence on foreign oil - but only if it were fully funded and implemented by Congress and the administration, the Alliance to Save Energy said today.

Mayor Newsom Powers Up Newest Municipal Solar Installation,

New 20,000 square-foot solar array atop SFPUC Southeast Wastewater Treatment Plant brings clean, renewable energy to Bayview Hunters Point community

DOE, Alliance to Save Energy Help Consumers Lower Taxes, Energy Bills

New federal tax credits will lower personal income taxes in 2006 and 2007 when consumers make their homes more energy-efficient and purchasing fuel-efficient vehicles.

RES Reports: Oil Prices and Global Warming Issues Fuel Renewable Energy Investments and Initiatives

Energy efficient lighting solutions gain importance for consumers as well as corporates such as General Electric, Cyberlux Corporation, and Philips Lighting BV as current events dictate increased conservation and awareness

31 Years after the first Energy Crisis - the relation between energy policy and technology

This paper defines 11 dimensions for a sustainable energy policy, and 13 technology options to realise these objectives. It further explores the link between energy technologies and policy objectives.

Xantrex expands service capabilities to meet the needs of customers worldwide

Xantrex Technology Inc. is expanding its service capabilities and infrastructure to provide exceptional international service. Xantrex is focused on increasing its worldwide network of Authorized Service Centers (ASCs) through offering comprehensive technical training and services to ASCs.

PV Business Tour Spain ready for takeoff

The PV business Tour Spain is ready to take off next week (14 November) with meetings with more than 25 Spanish PV companies.

SOCIAL SECURITY ADMINISTRATION, DOE, ILLINOIS, ComEd OFFICIALS DEDICATE MILESTONE SOLAR ARRAY

Social Security Administration Solar Array is Largest Federal Installation in Chicago

ICP SOLAR INTRODUCES SUNSEI'

Unprecedented line of solar energy products sets a new standard for consumers

REEEP To Disburse €3 million for Sustainable Energy Policy, Regulation & Innovative Finance Projects

The Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency Project (REEEP) announced its fourth Call for Project Proposals at the Beijing International Renewable Energy Conference.

ONSET COMPUTER CORP. UNVEILS MODULAR DATA LOGGING SYSTEM

New HOBO® FlexSmart' logger accepts vast array of sensors via snap-in modules, simplifies energy monitoring applications

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WS510 Secondary Standard

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