The First Wave of Electric Vehicles Compared

(Washington, DC - December 10, 2010). On Saturday, Nissan is set to deliver its first battery-powered Leaf to a customer in Northern California, helping bring the nation one step closer to a future in which our cars, trucks and buses will be electric drive. That future will include a mix of electric vehicles: battery vehicles (BEVs) like the Leaf, plug-in hybrid vehicles (PHEVs) like Chevrolet's Volt and fuel cell electric vehicles (FCEVs) like the Honda FCX Clarity and Mercedes B-Class F-CELL.

Thin film industry experts discuss how to increase competitiveness in 2011

Recent reports indicate thin film is set to continue its impressive growth within the booming PV sector. Thin film industry experts set to meet on March 3-4 in Berlin to discuss how to increase competitiveness and achieve real bankability in 2011

Leading Recycling Company Goes the Extra Green Mile; Announces Massive Rooftop Solar Energy Park

Waxman Industrial Services Ltd., the fastest growing recycling company in Canada, announced yesterday that their 87,000 sq. ft. commercial rooftop, located in Burlington, Ontario, will be used to host a 500kW rooftop solar energy park.

Smart Energy Summit to explore competition in energy management with session featuring Verizon, Dire

Executives from Verizon, Direct Energy, Reliant Energy, and PG&E will examine the new competitive market for residential energy management in the special session "Energy as a Service" on January 25 at Smart Energy Summit: Engaging the Consumer.

SGS to Participate in Offshore Wind Logistics 2011 Conference in London

SGS will be attending the Offshore Wind Logistics 2011 Conference in London, from January 19-20, 2011. On the first day of the conference, SGS Risk Management expert, Jale Cairney, will give a speech on the Risk Management of Wind Farm Project Logistics.

Intersolar Europe 2011 - trends, innovations and unstoppable growth

The world's largest exhibition for the solar industry presents the industry's latest products and services for the 20th year running.

Line-up of energy and mobility topics at HANNOVER MESSE 2011 without parallel anywhere in the world.

Next year's HANNOVER MESSE (4 to 8 April 2011) will feature no fewer than three energy-themed flagship trade fairs:

U.S. Clean Power Sector Could Attract $342 Billion By 2020

America's Competitive Position in Emerging Global Industry at Stake

Certification Poised to Drive Small Wind Growth

22 Turbines Now In Queue; Incentive Programs Requiring Certification

Line-up of energy and mobility topics at HANNOVER MESSE 2011 without parallel anywhere in the world.

Next year's HANNOVER MESSE (4 to 8 April 2011) will feature no fewer than three energy-themed flagship trade fairs: Energy, the world's largest energy technology trade fair, Power Plant Technology, and Wind.

AWS Truepower Releases Two Powerful Tools for Tracking Wind Resource and Project Performance

AWS Truepower today announced a major release of its industry-leading windNavigator® application. windNavigator 3.0 moves beyond wind project siting and resource assessment with the addition of two new modules designed to support wind monitoring campaigns and plant operations.

Grupo Bimbo Goes Green

Mexico's biggest breadmaker announces plans to construct a wind farm powering nearly 100 percent of company's Mexican facilities.

Duke Energy Focuses on Wyoming Wind Farm

Just as US Franchised Electric & Gas CEO James Turner abruptly steps down, Duke plans to reinvest in wind energy

PPC hires new VP of sales as Broadband Powerline technology takes off

PPC appoints new senior vice president of sales to assist in company expansion

Southwest Windpower Names Scott W. Brown President and Chief Operating Officer

World's Leading Supplier of Distributed Wind Generators Welcomes Executive Team Member

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