Hydrogen Contest Returns after Two-year Hiatus

Over 100 students from four countries comprise the thirteen teams that have submitted design abstracts this year. Design ideas include waste to hydrogen, back-up and emergency power supply, fuel cell and Hydrogen ICE vehicle implementation, just to name a few.

SUV Drivers vs You

SUV drivers pollute the planet with their gas-guzzling snobbism. Or do they?

The Nature of Grid Tied PV

Grid-tied PV systems without energy storage do not reduce load in a substantial and predictable way, which will be a keystone of sustainable energy policy. We will need to institute three main objectives to reduce greenhouse gasses and localize power production to facilitate smaller, efficient local power plants.

The Santa Monica Alternative Energy and Transport Expo

By far the most popular items among the technology-dazzled laymen were the hydrogen fuel-cell vehicles. Among the cars on display were a number of first-generation Honda FCX hatchbacks, which had attracted a crowd clamoring for rides.

The Well-Planned Disaster

"What gets us into trouble is not what we don't know, it's what we know for sure that just ain't so." -- Mark Twain

Tire Derived Fuel

With the fossil fuel prices increasing rapidly, the waste from scrap tires will certainly be increasingly be made use of. Developing innovative and economical as well as effective systems for TDF usage is and will always be a challenge to the business.

Using Sound Energy to Drive Your Car

Until now, acoustic or sound energy has not been used effectively to impose thrust or force on an object for purposes of providing useful work.

Want to Go Green? Automate your Home!

If you want to make a simple, quick change right now that will lighten the load on the earth and save you money, you can focus on just one thing: lighting. According to the International Energy Agency (IEA), 19% of global electricity generation is taken for lighting.

Why Home Automation Saves Energy

Dimming lights by 25% reduces electricity consumption by 20% and quadruples the life of light bulbs.

EnerWorks Solar Energy Unit Wins Innovative Product & Technology Award

The Toronto Construction Association and Construct Canada 2007 Committee announced today that EnerWorks' new Solar Energy Unit (SEU) for commercial and industrial solar thermal applications has been awarded the Temple W. Harris Innovative Product and Technology Award (TIPTA).

SMA AMERICA HARNESSES STAR POWER IN LONG BEACH

U.S. Solar Inverter Authority Adds to Larry Hagman's Solar-Powered Estate, Holds iPhone Drawing at Solar Power Conference

The Phoenix Canada Oil Co. Role in the Hydrogen Economy

With the world's oil consumption now over 85-million barrels per day -- and with the realistic expectation for 2030 demand exceeding 115-million barrels per day -- the "doomsday Peak Oil" scenario is considerably closer to its climax.

Cleantech investment highlights revolutionary insulation material

American Aerogel just closed on $3.2 million in venture funding for a cleantech investment in its revolutionary insulation material that substantially reduces energy usage & allows for dramatically higher performance at lower costs for the pharmaceutical, biotech & transportation industries.

Online market place Spothunter: Procuration of solar components for large-scale installations

Solar modules became world-wide a desired merchandise. The secure supply of large-scale solar installations developed due the high demand to a genuine challenge.

EnerWorks Introduces Unique Integrated Solar Energy Unit

EnerWorks will showcase one of its latest product developments at Construct Canada in Toronto this week. The new Solar Energy Unit (SEU) for solar water heating in commercial and industrial applications is an innovative integration of the key components of a solar thermal system.

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