Ballard Inks Deal to Supply Next-Generation Fuel Cell Power Product For Eight Buses in China

Vancouver, Canada - Ballard Power Systems today announced that it has received an order from a Chinese customer to supply its next-generation FCvelocityTM-HD7 power modules for 8 buses to be deployed in a number of Chinese cities. Ballard expects to ship all of the modules in 2015.

Ballard Announces First Quarter 2015 Conference Call

Ballard Power Systems will hold a conference call on Wednesday, April 29, 2015 at 8:00 a.m. PST (11:00 a.m. EST). Randy MacEwen, President & CEO and Tony Guglielmin, CFO will review Ballard's first quarter 2015 operating results.

Morgan's Fuel Flow Sensors Keeps Motorsport Moving

Morgan Advanced Materials and Sentronics have been working together to create a new fuel flow sensor which is providing motorsport manufacturers with accuracies of +/- 0.25 per cent, an industry-leading innovation which is contributing to increased control over fuel consumption.

Green Energy Expo Opened at Daegu

IGEEC's Business Conference Marks as the Largest New & Renewable Energy Meeting in Korea

Energy Transition Fast Forward!

Report on Disruptive Innovation Opportunities in Renewable Energies Released

In The Midst Of Toxic Oil Spill, Vancouver Announces It Will Go 100 Percent Renewable

There’s some mixed news coming out of Vancouver, Canada this week. On the one hand, the city announced at an international sustainability summit that it would commit to using 100 percent renewable energy to power its electricity, transportation, heating and air conditioning within 20 years. On the other hand, Vancouver is also dealing with a fuel spill in the waters of English Bay that is washing up on beaches and threatening wildlife. On March 26, Vancouver’s city council voted unanimously to approve Mayor Gregor Robertson motion calling for a long-term commitment to deriving all of the city’s energy from renewable sources. At the ICLEI World Congress 2015 this week in Seoul, South Korea, the city went a step further, committing to reaching that goal of 100 percent renewable electricity, transportation, heating and air conditioning by 2030 or 2035. Right now, Vancouver gets 32 percent of its energy — that includes electricity, transportation, heating, and cooling — from renewable sources, so the goal is ambitious, but not impossible. According to the Guardian, Vancouver could get all of its electricity from renewables within a few years, but transportation, heating, and cooling may prove more difficult.

US power sector emissions poised to fall to two-decade low in transformative year

Annual records for renewable build, coal retirements and gas burn all expected to be broken in 2015

CONSERVING FOSSIL FUELS: PHOTOVOLTAIC-DIESEL HYBRID SYSTEMS ON THE RISE

In remote regions, photovoltaic-diesel hybrid systems are increasingly replacing power generation solely from fossil fuels.

GRC 2015 Annual Meeting - Call for Papers Deadline is this Week.

The paper submission deadline is this Friday, April 10.

Ocean Power Technologies to Proceed to the Next Phase of U.S. DoE Power Take-Off Technology Contract

The next phase of this project is included in OPT's backlog as listed in its 10-Q for the period ended January 31, 2015.

Cost-Breakthroughs Make Solar and Wind the UAE's Most Competitive Energy Sources

New study estimates $1.9 billion (AED 7 billion) in annual savings by 2030 if UAE can achieve 10% renewable energy mix

Discovery in alternative energy production by Virginia Tech researchers may be breakthrough for fueling hydrogen vehicles

The method uses abundantly available corn stover - the stalks, cobs, and husks - to produce the hydrogen.

ALL-ENERGY 2015: ALL READY FOR YOU

In just four weeks' time All-Energy 2015, the UK's largest renewable energy exhibition and conference will open in its new home, Glasgow's SECC, with the expectation that up to 7,000 people from home and overseas will visit the exhibition, to make new contacts and source new suppliers, attend the multi-stream conference over the two days (Wednesday 6 - Thursday 7 May), and relish the networking possibilities of its Giant Networking Evening.

As California Faces Record Drought Levels, Wind Energy Provides A Vital Service

In 2014, wind energy saved 2.5 billion gallons of water in California by displacing water consumption at the state's fossil-fired power plants, playing a valuable role in alleviating the state's record drought. Wind energy's annual water savings work out to around 65 gallons per person in the state - or the equivalent of 20 billion bottles of water, according to the American Wind Energy Association (AWEA).   According to AWEA, one of wind energy's most overlooked benefits is that it requires virtually no water to produce electricity while almost all other electricity sources evaporate tremendous amounts of water.   In California - where the state is combating record drought levels - Gov. Jerry Brown recently signed an executive order to reduce household water consumption by 25%, from about 140 gallons per day per household to 105 gallons. Wind energy's water savings are, therefore, equivalent to what would be saved by nearly one week's worth of the required reductions for a typical household.   In 2008, U.S. thermal power plants withdrew 22 trillion to 62 trillion gallons of freshwater from rivers, lakes, streams and aquifers and consumed 1 trillion to 2 trillion gallons. By displacing generation from these conventional power plants, U.S. wind energy currently saves around 35 billion gallons of water per year - the equivalent of 120 gallons per person or 285 billion bottles of water.

CMT's first ever Japan Biomass Market in Tokyo Assesses Country's Ambitious Biomass Power Roadmap

As a raft of new biomass power projects are on the anvil, the inaugural Japan Biomass Power Market on 18-21 May, 2015 in Tokyo will be a noteworthy platform to showcase the business opportunities for biomass feedstock suppliers, traders, technology providers and much more.

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