Federal Government's 'Go Solar' Efforts Paying Dividends

This program, along with other initiatives nationwide, will help the federal government save more than $18 billion over the next 10 years.

Kyocera's "Green Curtains" of Foliage Help Company Conserve Energy

Green Curtains help combat climate change by reducing office temperatures and energy use, encourage employee involvement in environmental efforts and can add an interesting harvest to the employee cafeteria!

Renewable Energy Targets Quadrupled Globally Since 2005, New IRENA Report Finds

164 countries worldwide have now adopted renewable energy targets

CalCom Solar and Wexus Technologies Partner to Deploy Energy and Water Saving Technology and Research

Wexus Receives Grant from California Energy Commission (CEC) for Innovative Mobile Platform that helps agribusinesses quickly access energy usage and spending data; CalCom Solar and Wexus Technologies Partner to Deploy Energy and Water Saving Technology and Research

HYBRID POWER PLANT WITH SOLAR PANELS AND RIVER TURBINE AS OPTIMAL SOLUTION FOR DECENTRALIZED ELECTRIFICATION IN COLOMBIA

More than half of Colombia's territory is located outside the National Interconnected System, which means that people living in these areas are dependent on alternative solutions to get access to electricity. Since the grid extension to these regions is too expensive, other decentralized and off-grid solutions are required. Within this scenario, the Colombian government has promoted the development of projects using renewable sources of energy.

Ballard Signs Framework Agreement for Fuel Cell Module Development to Power Trams in China

Ballard Power Systems (NASDAQ: BLDP; TSX: BLD) today announced that it has signed a framework agreement with Tangshan Railway Vehicle Company, Limited (TRC) for development of a new fuel cell module that will be designed to meet the requirements of tram or Ground Transport Vehicle (GTV) applications.

Study: U.S. could run entirely on renewable energy by 2050

A new study has mapped out a potential plan for the United States to completely transition to clean, renewable energy by 2050.
According to the research study leader Mark Z. Jacobson, a professor of civil and environmental engineering at Stanford, the process would demand significant upfront costs, but over time would be roughly equal to the costs of maintaining the fossil fuel infrastructure currently in place.
“When you account for the health and climate costs – as well as the rising price of fossil fuels – wind, water and solar are half the cost of conventional systems,” Jacobson said. “A conversion of this scale would also create jobs, stabilize fuel prices, reduce pollution-related health problems and eliminate emissions from the United States. There is very little downside to a conversion, at least based on this science.”
Among the positives of switching to clean energy: reducing air pollution in the U.S. that is responsible for approximately 63,000 Americans each year, and eliminating greenhouse gases produced by fossil fuel that would cost the world approximately $3.3 trillion per year by 2050, per a phys.org report.

Booming Business : Energy Harvesting: Off-Grid Renewable Power For Devices, Vehicles, Structures 2015-2025

Energy Harvesting: Off-grid Renewable Power for Devices, Vehicles, Structures 2015-2025 :Market Segments, Size, Trend and Market projections for upcoming years

23rd EUBCE marks the record of participating countries and confirms its global leading role for the bioenergy community

In total, 1,394 participants attended the EUBCE and, as the hosting country, Austria ranked first by number of participants, followed by Germany, Italy and The Netherlands.

Support and storage take centre stage as hydro industry gathers

Scottish Renewables' sell-out conference hears both are key to sector's future

Ballard Inks $10 Million Deal to Power 33 Clean Energy Buses in China

Ballard Power Systems (NASDAQ: BLDP; TSX: BLD) today announced that it has signed definitive license and supply agreements with each of Nantong Zehe New Energy Technology Co., Ltd. ("Zehe") and Guangdong Synergy Hydrogen Power Technology Co., Ltd. ("Synergy") to provide fuel cell Power Products and Technology Solutions to support the planned deployment of an initial 33 fuel cell-powered buses in two Chinese cities. The deal has an estimated value of $10 million, the majority of which is expected to be recognized in 2015.

ENER-G reaches finals of UK AD & Biogas Industry Awards 2015

ENER-G has been shortlisted for a major award for excellence in anaerobic digestion and biogas CHP generation.

GEA Honors 2015 Award Winners for Technology, Economic and Environmental Advances Announced

GEA Honors 2015 recognize companies and individuals that have made significant contributions during the past year to advancing technology, spurring economic development and protecting the environment.

Genera to Sponsor Advanced Bioeconomy Feedstocks Conference 2015

Industry leader seeks to further the advancements of renewable energy crop feedstocks through informative and collaborative sessions and workshops

Ballard To Operate and Support Zero-Emission Bus Fleet in London, UK for Additional 5 Years

Ballard Power Systems today announced that it has signed an agreement with Transport for London (TfL) to extend the operation of eight (8) zero-emission hydrogen fuel cell buses in London, U.K. for five (5) more years. TfL first began operation of the first five zero-emission fuel cell buses in 2010 as part of its publicly stated goal to reduce CO2 emissions 60% from the 1990 level, by 2025. Three additional zero-emission hydrogen fuel cell buses joined the fleet in 2013. All eight buses are powered by Ballard's FCvelocity® fuel cell module.

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