Editorial Comments

Editorial Comments for the December eMagazine issue

Energy Efficiency Consulting Services Reduce Operational Energy Demand to Reduce Capital Expenditure

Engineered Garden

I started my sustainability project with a theme, "Grow What You Can Eat." It was my hope to use natural free resources water and solar energy to live a more sustainable lifestyle. Though the progress may be slow, I am proud to see the changes that my neighbors and other communities have made in realizing the value of this global issue to be solved by each one of us. As a specialist in the education and implementation of water conservation and rain water harvesting, we all should take small steps with end goal of someday achieving total sustainability.

Engineering Society of Detroit Energy Conference

On May 4th, the 115 year old Engineering Society of Detroit held its 18th Annual Michigan Energy Conference and Exhibition subtitled "Save Money Now: Strategies for Energy Efficiency."

European Solar Photovoltaic Market Faces Instability for Next Five Years

The pace of the European solar photovoltaic (PV) market in the first half of 2010 was dominated by the impending mid-year incentive tariff reductions in Germany and conditioned by the lower module pricing that emerged through 2009, according to the latest from Solarbuzz® in Europe PV Markets 2010.

Evaluating Environmental Performance in Low-Carbon Energy Systems

Developing economic well-being and preserving a healthy environment are not opposed forces but do, on the contrary, have a primary relationship and require a similar way of thinking: maximizing the efficiency of a product over its life cycle will minimize its total financial cost as well as the total environmental impact over its life cycle.

First Drain Meander Project

Solimpeks, Turkey's largest thermal and hybrid collector manufacturer, recently implemented a drain meander system in the city of Izmir successfully.

First Renovated Residential High-Rise Worldwide to Reach Passive House Standard

Fraunhofer ISE Accompanies the Energy Renovation and Monitors Operation

Fuel Cell Road Trip!

We‘ve compiled a handy guide to some interesting US fuel cell installations, many of which are used to power public establishments, giving you a chance to visit, view a fuel cell, or ask a few questions of the proprietors.

Fuel Cell Technology Update

Here are some developments in the Fuel Cell Industry provided for us by FuelCells.org

FuelCell Energy Fuel Cell Systems in California

These installations help propel not only FuelCell Energy's image and financial stability, but also California's standing as a fuel cell leader in not only the United States, but the world.

Going Solar is the Most Logical Solution to our Problem

Being an energy producers results in increased savings and security for the long run. You no longer have to worry about energy shortages and sky-high prices.

Green Empowerment

As Portland gains notoriety for progressive green and social policies at home in the US, Green Empowerment is quietly putting those policies to work in rural villages in the developing world. A recent partnership with digital agency, Coexist, sparked a renewed digital effort for GE to bring fresh water and electricity to ailing communities worldwide.

GreenField Solar Drives Low-Cost Solar Energy to Mainstream Adoption

GreenField Solar (GreenField) is a developer of high-intensity photovoltaic concentrators, which offer the potential to drive low-cost solar energy into mainstream adoption, using readily available materials and technology that is capital efficient.

Gulf Stream Turbines LLC to harness power of the Gulf Stream Ocean Current

Gulf Stream Turbines LLC (GST LLC) owns a patented submersible hydrokinetic energy technology to be placed in the Gulf Stream Ocean Current 15 to 20 miles off the SE coast of Florida between Key Largo and North Palm Beach, with no harm to marine life.

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