The Choctaw County (MS) School District is improving operations and efficiency at four campuses. TAC, the Building Automation Business Unit of Schneider Electric, will complete the work as a performance contract and guarantees that CCSD will reduce its utility costs by almost $59,000 annually.
SolarPower Restoration Systems Inc, an innovative developer of building and roofing integrated photovoltaic application technologies announced today it has signed a multi-year, multi mega-watt purchase agreement with SBM Solar Inc.
New Array Produces Energy, Provides Demonstration System for Solar Academy
First episode of a new animated series launches March 1st on Passion for the Planet TV
New Net Metering Rule Means Sunny Times for Solar and Other Clean Energy in Utah
Collexis Holdings, a leading developer of semantic search and knowledge discovery software, launched the world's first Hydrogen Fuel Knowledge Dashboard through a partnership with Thomson Reuters and the University of South Carolina.
Peter Russo and Brendan Wypich of Stanford University developed the SmartSwitch , a light control with tactile feedback that helps you "see" how much energy is already being used, whenever you try to flick the switch. If the total energy consumption in the house is low, the SmartSwitch is easy to flip. But if the consumption is higher, the SmartSwitch is physically harder to flip, thanks to a brake pad within the mechanism. The idea is that people will use this tactile feedback to decide if they really really need that light on or not.
On Tuesday February 24, 2009, President Obama addressed the nation during a joint session of congress. The President discussed a new wave of energy efficiency programs and standards that will create new American jobs.
Los Gatos, CA: SunPods Inc. and SBM Solar Inc., two companies experienced in the photovoltaic industries respectively, announced today a new strategic alliance to develop new impact resistant solar modules for SunPod's transportable modular photovoltaic arrays for use in high risk environments
PG&E Strengthens Leadership Role with Announcement of Significant New Solar Program
NRG Energy, one of the United States' most coal-dependent utilities, on Monday signed a deal with California startup eSolar to develop solar power plants. The agreement calls for NRG to invest $10 million in Pasadena-based eSolar for the right to use the startup's technology to develop and operate three solar power projects in California and the Southwest that would generate 500 megawatts of greenhouse gas-free electricity. NRG ranks as one of the nation's dirtiest utilities, spewing 70 million tons of carbon dioxide annually from its coal-fired power plants. eSolar will use fields of mirrors to heat water to create steam that drives electricity-generating turbines.
Indian lawyers and project developers from across the country met in New Delhi to learn about legal issues surrounding clean energy projects.
A valuable resource for hoteliers, EcoGreenHotel.com is dedicated to helping hotels address environmental issues and implement environmentally friendly initiatives.
Covington, Wash., has completed $625,000 in facility enhancements to improve comfort and efficiency at the community aquatic center. TAC, the Building Automation Business Unit of Schneider Electric, completed the work as a performance contract and guarantees the city will save $18,000 annually
RainTube, has been awarded an unprecedented six 2008 Green Building Pages Benchmark Sustainability Awards for Outstanding Achievement in Environmental and Social Sustainability. This is the third year in a row that RainTube has won the highest green product benchmark ranking.
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