Results from the world's first flight powered by 100 percent biofuel that met petroleum fuel specifications without blending were released today by the National Research Council of Canada (NRC). Test results show reduced emissions and better fuel efficiency than petroleum jet fuel.
Today, the shortlist was announced for the 2nd annual Solar Power Generation USA awards. Twelve entries in the categories of Best Solar Collaboration, Best Solar Project and Most Innovative Solar Company have been whittled down from a large number of very high calibre nominations submitted over the course of the past 4 months. Winners will be announced on Tuesday January 16th, in front of an audience of 300 solar professionals at the 5th Annual Solar Power Generation USA congress in Newport Beach, California.
General Wesley Clark joins the biofuel industry's global leading conference; World Biofuels Markets 2013
Due to the popularity of our sale, we are extending it to January 15th, 2013!
Award-winning Solar Technology Manufacturer Brings its Fast-Growing Rooftop ACPV solution to MA, NY, and NJ in Early January
Although the Act can be seen as merely a stopgap measure for the alternative energy industry, it is worth noting that enactment of these provisions in this political environment, with the extraordinary pressure on deficit reduction that Congress is facing, demonstrates the breadth and depth of the bipartisan support that alternative energy has in this country. This bodes very well for the future of the domestic industry.
Solar Industry Poised to Lead U.S. Job Growth in 2013 - Solar Energy International (SEI) Responds with Online Solar Training Schedule
Serving over 8000 students a year from all over the world in SEI's Online Campus, the world's leading professional solar training provider kicks off another year of offering technical and rigorous training in the renewable energy industry.
Energi, People's United Insurance Agency, Hannover Re Create Innovative Insurance Solution to Back Largest Fuel Cell Project in the USA
Connecticut project's output performance guarantee paves way for more distributed power generation
World's lightest and most efficient military mobile power design demonstrates breakthrough technology with applications in unmanned systems, consumer devices, automobiles, and more
EPURON France is developing at a high pace
Five new models with capacities ranging from 16,000 BTU's to 32,000 BTU's, and up to 80% energy savings to be introduced.
CSO Energy is one of the leading service providers for technical and commercial management of renewable energy projects.
The projects consist of a total of 100 Vestas 3-megawatt V90 wind turbines and are located near Tehachapi, Calif.
Located on 1,100 acres of privately owned land southwest of the Tehachapi and Piute mountains.
New solar energy air conditioning units by Kingtec Solar to dazzle visitors at the NAHB International Builders' Show (IBS) 2013
IBS visitors to get peek at 5 new models with 16,000 BTU's to 32,000 BTU's capacities that promise up to 80% energy savings
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