Calgary to install Lumen IQ(TM) energy-saving street light technology as pilot project

Streetlight Intelligence Inc. ("SLQ") is pleased to announce that it is piloting the Lumen Light System in Calgary.

NanoDynamics Energy, Inc. Supplies 35-Percent Efficient SOFCs for DDR&E Wearable Power Prize Comp.

NanoDynamics Energy Inc. delivers two propane-driven solid oxide fuel cells (SOFC) operating at 35-percent efficiency and an 800 watt-hour per kilogram energy density for use in the Department of Defense Research & Engineering's (DDR&E) Wearable Power Prize competition.

DuPont Highlights Growth at Solar Power 2008

DuPont Photovoltaic Solutions (DPVS) will highlight new material innovations and plans to enable both crystalline silicon and thin film photovoltaic (PV) cell and module production in Booth 1600 at Solar Power International 2008 in San Diego, Calif., October 13-16, 2008.

New Legislation Includes Incentives for Biomass, Waste-to-Energy

Stakeholders meet at EBW Expo & Conference in Pittsburgh

Students to Design University Building Powered by Hydrogen

If you were given $28 million to design an energy efficient student center, what would you do? That is exactly what students from around the world have been challenged with for the 2008-2009 Hydrogen Student Design Contest.

Vertex Signs Seven-Year Contract Extension With NV Energy

-Third contract extension as part of a long term outsourcing partnership-

U.S. RENEWABLE ELECTRICITY GENERATION SURGES BY 32%

According to the latest "Monthly Electricity Review" issued by the U.S. Energy Information Administration (October 3, 2008), net U.S. generation of electricity from renewable energy sources surged by 32 percent in June 2008 compared to June 2007.

EPURON begins investigations of further potential for wind power in the Yass Region

Sydney, October 8, 2008: EPURON has commenced investigation into the feasibility of a wind farm to the west and south west of Yass in the NSW Southern Tablelands.

Lennox introduces first fully integrated solar-assisted home comfort system

The Lennox SunSource' integrates solar power by using a single 190-watt solar panel which provides power to assist the fan motor that moves air across the outdoor coil, a critical component in any home comfort system.

TAC to Increase Energy Efficiency of Kansas School

Performance Contract to Deliver Almost $30,000 in Annual Savings

Clean Tech Experts, Entrepreneurs and Policy Makers Discuss Current Trends and the Future of Transportation

Over 150 clean tech enthusiasts, industry experts, policy makers, venture capitalists and Clean Tech Open contestants and alumni will gather this evening for a symposium at Tom Bradley International Hall on the campus of UCLA to address the current challenges and changing future of the transportation industry.

The Renewable Energy Centre supports creation of Department of Energy and Climate Change

The renewable Energy Centre.co.uk announced today it fully supported the newly created Department for Energy and Climate Change under the leadership of Ed Miliband.

Sutter Auburn Faith Hospital Goes Solar

Hospital, SPG Solar, Tioga Energy Lead the Way for Use of Solar Power in the Sutter Health System

Samsung's 3 Megawatt 'Sol-Luce Jindo' Solar Plant Implements Solar Tracking Technology from TTI

Samsung C&T Corporation recently dedicated the 3 Megawatt (MW) "Sol-Luce Jindo" solar photovoltaic (PV) power plant. S-Energy Co. Ltd. designed and built the system utilizing their solar modules and the SunSeeker® Single-Axis Tracker System by Thompson Technology Industries (TTI).

Critical Connection: Leaders Focus on Hydrogen and Renewables

A distinguished group of energy leaders convened in Golden, CO last week at the NHA Fall Forum to address a critical connection between two clean energy industries: hydrogen and renewables.

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