DayStar Technologies Announces Extension of Deadline to Redeem Class A Public Warrants

DayStar Technologies, Inc., today announced that it will extend the date to redeem its outstanding Class A public warrants to August 11, 2005 at 5:00 PM Pacific Daylight Time.

Bioneers Conference Comes to the Northeast

Marion Institute Hosts Internationally Acclaimed Gathering of Scientific and Social Innovators

Silver Lining to a Bad Energy Policy

The solar industry got a definite boost by way of the recently passed energy bill. But oil & gas, coal and nuclear--got billions in more tax credits and incentives. As if Big Oil needed it: Exxon-Mobil alone made $25 billion in profits last year--more than any U.S. corporation in history.

KERALA RENEWABLE ENERGY ENTREPRENEURS AND PROMOTERS ASSOCIATION FORMED

Instituions and individuals engaged in renewable energy business in the South Indian State of Kerala have formed an association named KERALA RENEWABLE ENERGY ENTREPRENEURS AND PROMOTERS ASSOCIATION, (KREEPA)

GREEN PODCAST DELIVERS GOLD

"More Hip than Hippie", an environmentally friendly podcast, is painting the town green. Dori and Val, hosts of the informative yet comical podcast show, said "You'll find straight forward, sometimes humorous advice on how to live an eco-friendly lifestyle."

Technologies for the Hydrogen Highway

Hydrogen Expo US 2006 held in Long Beach, California with NHA Annual Hydrogen Conference

NREL Wind Turbine Design Codes Certified

The U.S. Department of Energy's (DOE) National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) announced its wind turbine design codes—termed FAST and ADAMS—can now be used for worldwide turbine certification.

CLEANTECH INVESTMENT EXCEEDS $336 MILLION IN Q1 2005

Cleantech captures 7.3% of Venture Capital in North America

XsunX, Inc. Adds Key Development Capabilities to Enhance Solar Technology Manufacturing

Aims at Developing New Proprietary Manufacturing Techniques to Commercialize Process

NREL Expo to Showcase Energy Products and Services Solar and Building Technologies for Homes and Businesses Featured

The Expo will feature educational presentations, children's activities, and a showcase of energy products and services for homes and businesses. It is free to the public.

Strawhouse Market - A solar-powered straw bale natural foods store is having its grand opening in Helena, Montana…. a truly 'green' building!

Its construction is post & beam, but in filled with baled straw utilizing a three-coat cement-based plaster on the interior and exterior wall surfaces to provide superior thermal & noise insulation, as well as an exceptional fire shield versus standard "stick" wall construction.

EDTA Applauds Passage of Comprehensive Energy Bill; "A Positive Start to Transforming Transportation"

The Energy bill (H.R. 6) is on its way for signature by the President. It includes tax credits for hybrid and fuel cell vehicles, research and development for advanced technology vehicles, and EPAct fleet program modifications.

Canadian Report Ignores 99% of Green Heat

An assessment prepared for the Canadian government on the installed capacity of renewable energy sources, ignores more than 99% of the Green Heat facilities in the country.

Canada Funds $1 Million to Develop Net-Zero Homes

The federal government in Canada will contribute $1 million to launch the first phase of a net zero energy housing initiative that initially will install solar PV panels for green power, and later include geothermal heat pumps for green heat.

Report: Homeland Security and Energy Independence Issues Addressed by Solar Technology

RenewableEnergyStocks.com Reports - Building Integrated Photovoltaics Working Towards Energy Security and Infrastructure Protection

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