SportsArt Fitness introduces energy-harnessing Green System with new ECOFIT Networking System

Using exercise to produce electricity for the power grid

Arizona Western College and Main Street Power Announce Completion of 5-Megawatt Solar Technology Installation

Solar Project to Drive Sustainability, Solar Education and Workforce Training Goals

UNI-SOLAR(R) Powers Boeing's Dreamliner Assembly Plant in South Carolina

As one of the largest rooftop solar installations in the United States, the 2.6 MW project is expected to offset both a significant percentage of the building usage and 3,660 metric tons of carbon dioxide per year.

NEW DATA: CA Captures 69 Percent of Global EV Investment in 2011, Ranks First in Nation in EV Patents, EV Jobs Increase During Downturn

CA attracts $467 million in EV venture capital investment in first half of 2011, files more patents than other top patent developers globally

Soitec selected as a preferred bidder under South Africa's IPP program for the supply of 50 megawatts of solar energy

According to the Department of Energy, South Africa's goal is to generate 42 percent of all new electricity from renewable-energy source over the next 20 years.

Offshore Wind Power USA Makes Way for First U.S. Turbines

Leading offshore wind power developers to discuss launching a new American industry

Buffett investment in California solar farm could boost industry

The agreement by investor Warren Buffett's MidAmerican Energy Holdings to buy a $2-billion photovoltaic farm in San Luis Obispo County could bring a ray of financial sunshine to the battered solar-energy industry. The scale of Buffett's foray into this sector of the renewable energy scene is considerably more modest than his $34-billion purchase of BNSF Railway, but it could provide the same kind of boost to the solar power business that the 2009 acquisition did to the railroad industry, experts said. "In a lot of ways, this is classic Warren Buffett," said Bruce Bullock, executive director of the Maguire Energy Institute at Southern Methodist University. "He comes into an industry that is starving for capital investment. At the same time, this is something that also tells people it's time to take solar power seriously."

Waste management and landfills in Austria - interview with Dr. David Laner

Dr. Laner will be a speaker at the Environmental Conference SAVE the PLANET for waste management and recycling which will be held parallel to the exhibition in Sofia 28-30 March 2012. The event is organized by the company Via Expo – http://www.eco.viaexpo.com

BTEC Announces Dec. 14 Webinar: the Future of Biomass Thermal Energy – Advanced Technologies

Free educational webinar will focus on cutting-edge technology and market opportunity

OWNENERGY AND LOCAL EQUITY PARTNERS SELL WIND FARM THAT WILL PROVIDE CLEAN ENERGY TO OG&E AND OSU

New York, December 7 – OwnEnergy, the leader in Community Wind announced today that it has closed a transaction in Kay County, OK where NextEra Energy Resources will acquire, construct and operate the Blackwell Wind Farm. Blackwell is a project that OwnEnergy has been developing from inception alongside its local landowner partners.

GRC 2012 Annual Meeting Announced, Call for Papers Issued

Geothermal Resources Council Annual Meeting will be held Sept. 30-Oct. 3 in Reno, Nevada. Theme is "Geothermal: Reliable, Renewable Global"

Cogenra Solar Receives Top Honor in Greenbang 2011 Efficiency Awards

Solar cogeneration technology recognized by leading UK advisor for efficiency excellence

Rudolph/Libbe begins construction on 2-megawatt solar array for the City of Bryan, Ohio

Rudolph/Libbe Inc., of Walbridge, OH, will develop, design and build a $7.42 million, 2-megawatt solar array to serve the City of Bryan. The project will be among the first solar energy systems to supply power to an Ohio municipality.

Sollega introduces the PowAR Grip Clamp, a Solar Mounting Solution for Standing Seam Roofs

Sollega now offers the PowAR Grip for standing seam roof applications, a product of A Raymond Tinnerman. The PowAR Grip is designed to make roof assembly installation more efficient.

Nissan Leaf goes wireless - charged by electromagnetic induction from floor pad

THE sight of electric cars umbilically attached to their charging stations hasn't yet become commonplace. But already the technology is about to be superseded. Nissan in Japan has given a glimpse of the very near future in the form of a wireless charging station for its Leaf electric car. Present electric vehicle charging technology requires the connection of a cable to the vehicle to recharge its battery via mains electricity. Now Nissan has developed a wireless charging pad that recharges the battery simply by parking the vehicle on top of a ground transmission unit. Much like the charging system on electric toothbrushes, the Nissan wireless charger works by electromagnetic induction. Electricity is drawn from the recharging coil in a housing mounted on a garage floor and into contacts inside the vehicle. Charging your EV is something you never have to think about. You simply drive into the garage at night, park squarely over the charging pad, and leave the car to charge itself. By morning the car is fully charged and you're on your way. The system is 90 per cent as efficient in power transmission as a cable system, meaning it will charge the car in about eight hours.

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