University of Wisconsin Promotes Ultra-efficient Farming Tool

The University of Wisconsin's Healthy Farmers, Healthy Profits Project is devoted to helping small farmers improve the efficiency of their businesses. Their research on a new strap-on garden stool is helping to change the face of farming and gardening.

SEFI announce the 2005 SEFI Selection

SEFI UNEP, the Sustainable Energy Finance Initiative will announce the 2005 SEFI Selection on 27th October in New York. The portfolio of sustainable energy companies have all recently successfully raised capital in the equity markets and are leading the transformation in clean energy markets.

National Solar Tour coming to town

The National Solar Tour is coming to towns across the United States the weekend of October 1 and 2. Thousands of homes, businesses, schools, churches, and buildings will be opened for the public to experience solar power and renewable energy, and cost saving energy efficiency technologies.

Emigh Ace Hardware Dedicates Sacramento's Largest Retail Solar Installation

Team Solar Installs 200kW PowerLight Solar Electric System to Power Respected Fourth-Generation, Family-Owned Business

Renewable Energy Industry Working to Meet Current Energy Sector Challenges

RenewableEnergyStocks.com Reports on Solar, Wind and Fuel Cell Technology in Response to Rising Oil and Gas Prices and Recent Natural Disasters

CARMANAH HONOURED FOR SUSTAINABLE TECHNOLOGY AT WORLD EXPO IN JAPAN

This award recognizes Carmanah success in addressing global environmental challenges with its energy-efficient light-emitting diode (LED) lighting products such as illuminated signs, pedestrian beacons, marine and aviation lights, and solar-powered illuminated bus stops.

SOLAR-POWERED CHARGING SYSTEMS TO HELP HURRICANE RECOVERY EFFORTS

The charging stations, whose photovoltaic (PV) panels make electricity directly from sunlight, will provide power to help rescuers and residents of Kiln. One system can supply up to 2 kilowatts of electricity, enough to charge base station radios or run a refrigerator.

Equitex Completes Funding for Hydrogen Power Inc.

Funding for Hydrogen Power Inc. (HPI) by Equitex (NASDAQ: EQTX)

ECR

ECR TECHNOLOGIES, INC. WILL HOST ITS FIRST INTERNATIONAL SALES MEETING ON SEPTEMBER 30 AND OCTOBER 1, 2005 IN LAKELAND, FLORIDA.

CARMANAH AWARDED CONTRACT FOR SOLAR LED BUS STOP LIGHTING IN LONDON, ENGLAND

Carmanah Technologies Corporation (TSX Venture: CMH) has been awarded a contract by Trueform Engineering Ltd. of the United Kingdom for the supply of a minimum of 1,200 solar LED-illuminated bus stops.

ZAP Obtains $425 Million Revolving Line of Credit to Import SMART Cars and Other Fuel-Efficient Vehicles

This new facility would give ZAP the ability to start fulfilling purchase orders it has already received for SMART cars that will be modified to meet United States environmental and safety standards using proprietary conversion technology that has been licensed to ZAP.

"Renewables" follow-up conference held in Beijing

On the 7th and 8th of November a large scale international renewable energy conference is going to be held in the Great Hall of the People (Beijing). At this follow-up conference (to "Renewables 2004") participitation of various government delegations and international organizations is expected.

NREL Recognized by FLC for Technology Transfer Activities

NREL's National Bioenergy Center (NBC) was honored with two "Notable Technology Development" Awards.

National Solar Tour Offers Energy Solutions October 1st

Solar Tours demonstrate how solar technology works, what it costs, and why it makes sense.

Owner receives keys to Net Zero Energy Habitat for Humanity House

Home to produce as much energy as it consumes annually

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