Western Australia's energy market needs more reforms, not less, according to the Western Australian Sustainable Energy Association Inc. (WA SEA), the business chamber for sustainable energy industries in WA.
An independent report commissioned by wave energy developer Carnegie Corporation that found at least 35% of Australia's current base-load power needs could be economically generated has been welcomed by the Western Australian Sustainable Energy Association Inc. (WA SEA).
Zenergy Power plc announces that it has entered into a five-year joint development agreement with Honeywell Specialty Products to develop a range of chemical precursors to be used in Zenergy's unique industrial scale 'all-chemical' manufacturing process for the volume production of 2G HTS wire.
US lawmakers looking to apply conditions to the trillion dollar rescue package to deal with the so called "US toxic debt" should add measures that stop global warming, according to the Western Australian Sustainable Energy Association Inc. (WA SEA).
Analysts sketch annual market growth rates exceeding 40% in thin-film PV. But a steep learning curve standing for the tremendous effort to implement this growth is not a gift: Consulting compoanies such as 'goMicromorph' step in with the company's aim is to organize R&D projects and education.
All-Energy, the UK's largest renewable energy exhibition and conference has won the Renewable Energy Award in the Northern Star Business Awards, run annually by Aberdeen and Grampian Chamber of Commerce.
SunWize Technologies, Inc. recently appointed Joanne Rogers as its Director of Development for its Distributed Power Group. Her primary focus will be the off-grid residential market. This newly created position reflects SunWize's commitment to this important segment of the photovoltaic (PV) market.
Founding Members Include Concentrix Solar, Emcore, ISFOC, Isofoton, and SolFocus
Regal Beloit the manufacturer of the GE ECM recently announced the launch of the Evergreen Motor, the world's first universal ECM aftermarket motor for residential heating and cooling applications.
Trillion dollar rescue packages for banks make small change of investments to stop global warming, according to the Western Australian Sustainable Energy Association Inc. (WA SEA), the business chamber for sustainable energy industries in WA.
The Carbon Disclosure Project, which acts as a secretariat for a collaboration of over 385 institutional investors with over $57 trillion in assets under management, launched its sixth annual report based on the responses from the 500 largest global companies.
Jefferson City, MO - The National Ethanol Vehicle Coalition (NEVC) website has been updated and now lists all E85 compatible vehicles up to model year 2009.
Carmanah unveils new solar-powered marine beacon at Port Authorities conference in Anchorage, Alaska
Carmanah Technologies Corporation today announced a new flagship product in its line of solar-powered marine beacons: the M708 marine lantern. Combining an advanced optical design with high-efficiency solar modules and high-efficacy LEDs, the M708 is Carmanah's highest output LED marine lantern.
Venture Capital Expert, John Cavalier of Hudson Clean Energy Partners, Offers His Take on Trends in Green Technology
SOLAR LEADERS MEET IN SAN FRANCISCO TO DISCUSS LATEST THIN FILM PV TECHNOLOGY AND MANUFACTURING DEVE
"The global thin-film photovoltaics market is expected to reach $7.2 billion by 2015, compared to just over $1 billion today" NanoMarkets, "Thin Film Photovoltaics Markets: 2008 and Beyond" Report
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