American Electric Power, Altair Nanotechnologies Join EDTA

The Electric Drive Transportation Association (EDTA) is pleased to welcome American Electric Power and Altair Nanotechnologies as its newest members.

The Renewable Energy Centre helps to make the Subject of Wind Power a Breeze for the UK

With the rising popularity of renewable technologies in the UK The Renewable Energy Centre was pleased to announce a record number of visits to the Wind Power section of the website this month.

NaREC to Launch First Tidal Test Facility in Europe

The New and Renewable Energy Centre (NaREC) is one of Europe's leading independent facilities for the testing and development of innovative new energy technologies. This June, NaREC will launch the only independent large scale tidal testing facility for device prototypes in Europe.

SolWest Fair Emphasizes Renewable Energy and Sustainable Living

This year's theme is "Your Energy, Your Food, and Your Money"

Changing Attitudes Don't Lead To Changing Energy

95% of Brits have no plans to change energy to 'green'

Solar Silicon Valley centre of a new booming industry?

What is going on in Silicon Valley these days, with so many new start-ups and companies entering into photovoltaic solar cell and module production? It seems a whole new industry is emerging in California, with the newest ventures focusing on new thin-film and concentrator solar technologies.

Introducing the TightWatt®2 Digital Pool Controller

Allen Concepts, Inc. has developed the TightWatt2 digital pool controller for use with 2-speed pumps that automatically adjust throughout the year to run less in the winter and more in the summer - the way your pool was meant to be run.

Xantrex expands wind converter supply agreement with North American wind turbine manufacturer

Xantrex Technology Inc. announced today that it has signed a three-year supply agreement with a leading North American wind turbine manufacturer, and has received an initial purchase order to supply multi-megawatt power converters against that agreement valued at $12 million.

SolarOne® Solutions, LLC Announces the Launch of a New Website

SolarOne Solutions, LLC is pleased to announce the launch of the company's new website, which can be viewed at http://www.solarone.net.

Throckmorton Ridge Fire Station Dedicates Solar Energy System and New Facility

The Marin County Fire Department dedicated its new environmentally friendly, state-of-the-art Throckmorton Ridge fire station. The new station features a 38 kW solar photovoltaic (PV) system designed and installed by SPG Solar, Inc. of San Rafael, CA.

China Gears Up to Ensure Supply Diversity

China is working towards ensuring energy supply diversity, so that renewable sources of energy can be exploited for further advantage both economically and ecologically.

Energy-Efficiency Tips to Help Consumers 'Beat the Heat' of High Summer Energy Costs, Curb Pollution

Despite seasonally higher summer electricity prices and the federal government's prediction of a slight up-tick in summer electricity costs, consumers can exercise considerable control over their home energy bills by employing energy-efficiency technologies and being smart about their energy use.

Indian Government Making Policies for a Flourishing Biofuel Industry

India, till now, doesn't have a well-developed Biofuel industry. But the government has now realized the need of the hour and is framing policies to rev up the green fuel production from sugarcane.

energy from biomass and waste Expo & Conference Wins Supporters from Near and Far

First international meeting in the U.S. to focus on biomass and waste to profit

The new Framework Directive on Renewable Energy must go beyond existing legislation, not move back

Brussels, 14 May 2007 - In its 1st Round Table of a cycle of 7 debates which will run from May until December 2007, the European Photovoltaic Industry Association (EPIA) presented its views on the new Energy Package which was presented by the European Commission in January 2007.

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