Houses for Comfort

Passive Houses at the CEP CLEAN ENERGY POWER 2009

Pro PassiveHaus founded

The passive house is set to become a hands-on experience

German stand at RENEXPO® Central Europe 2009; 16 - 18.4.2009; Budapest, Hungary

The platform for energy of the future: renewable and efficient

RENEXPO® Central Europe 2009 delivers know-how for the 3rd time

Platform for the energy supply of the future - renewable and efficient

The solid network for renewable energy continues to develop

CEP CLEAN ENERGY POWER® enters the second round

Energy Efficiency Helps Consumers 'Weather' Heating Bills at Time of Economic Strain for Many

Even though winter energy price projections have come down, consumers already facing a tough economic climate are likely to be paying more to heat their homes this winter than they spent a year or two ago, according to the Alliance to Save Energy.

Using Slow River Currents to Generate Power

Scientists have found a very promising and clean source for energy that uses the slow movement of the currents under the rivers, oceans and streams to generate power. The new device, which has been inspired by the way fish swim, consists of a system of cylinders positioned horizontal to the water flow and attached to springs. As water flows past, the cylinder creates vortices, which push and pull the cylinder up and down. The mechanical energy in the vibrations is then converted into electricity. Read More.

Latest knowledge on wind resource, government incentives and grid access

European wind farm sites are diminishing making it critical for site developers to improve their knowledge of wind resource, grid access and government incentives

A DAY AT SOLAR POWER 2008

After several weeks of economic doom and gloom in the news we walked into a room full of squeeky new booths full of optimistic and excited people showing and talking about a new world where responsible companies lead the way to a renewable energy future. How refreshing is that!

A SOLAR OPTION FOR HOME COMFORT

The single solar panel provides dc power to assist the fan that moves air across the outdoor coil, a key part of any home comfort system. The fan has an ac motor for normal operation and a special dc motor that assists whenever sufficient sunlight is available.

ALTERNATIVE FUEL FOR AVIATION

The aviation industry produces only about one-ninth as much carbon dioxide as motor vehicles do. However, environmentalists are vocal about emissions from aviation, because they tend to go into the upper atmosphere, where some scientists say the impact is greater.

BRAND MESSAGING

There is a rule in communications: If you don't manage your message, someone else will. Each day people throughout your organization have conversations with a variety of people outside the organization.

DATA LOGGERS FOR GREEN BUILDING PROJECTS

Data loggers can provide valuable information for nearly every aspect and scale of green design. For example, a facilities manager can monitor temperature in a fifteen-story office building over the summer to check whether the fans in the building's cooling tower need adjustment.

MARC GOTTSCHALK - CLEAN TECH OPEN

Our core activity is a series of annual regional business plan competitions for cleantech startups looking for a jump-start in bringing their products to market.

MR. OBAMA - PLEASE MEET MR. PIGOU

Basically, Pigouvian taxes would tax the things we do not want in our society, like toxins and greenhouse gases, and NOT tax things we like in society, like employment and housing. For example, when coal power plants emit traces of mercury, we should not tax the power produced, but the harmful mercury emitted.

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Solar & Wind - Featured Product

Easy monitoring with weather sensors from Lufft

Easy monitoring with weather sensors from Lufft

Professional weather sensors form the heart of large solar plants supporting their operation and performance. Lufft was the first manufacturer to combine several sensors in one housing, bringing the largest multiparameter weather sensor family with 19 members into being. Many of them are well-suited for solar site assessment and continuous monitoring. The most commonly used one is the WS600 delivering data on temperature, air pressure, wind, relative humidity and precipitation. Through its open protocol, it can easily be attached to radiation sensors e.g. from Kipp&Zonen. Other models have an integrated Silicon, Second Class or Secondary Standard radiation sensor.