November 17, 2011. With its Maximum Light Detection (MLD) solar tracking systems, DEGERenergie supports the Lakeland College in Vermilion, Alberta. The college is integrated into a research and study program of the NSERC, the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada.
Ballard Power Systems (TSX: BLD) (NASDAQ: BLDP) will be providing fuel cell modules to power two new fuel cell hybrid buses, funded under the Federal Transit Administration's (FTA) "Transit Investments for Greenhouse Gas and Energy Reduction (TIGGER) Program".
The Biomass Thermal Energy Council (BTEC) announced its newest webinar, "Regional Focus on Biomass Energy: the Midwest," scheduled for November 21st at 2 PM ET, 1 PM CT. This is the final webinar in a three-part series examining biomass heating markets and policies in different regions of the U.S.
Electric vehicles (EVs) are becoming more and more popular because they can be conveniently refueled with plug-in charging stations that recharge their batteries with electricity. They pay for themselves over time through dramatic fuel savings, especially when powered by solar energy.
SMA Canada will provide a first look at the new Sunny Boy 240 micro inverter at Solar Canada 2011, CanSIA's annual conference and exposition, which takes place Dec. 5-6 at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre in Toronto.
Solar Powered Interpretive Tributes Recognized with the 2011 National Scenic Byways Award for Excellence
SolarOne Solutions, Inc. is pleased to announce that the "Illuminate Woodward: Woodward Tributes" project received the 2011 National Scenic Byway Award for excellence in Interpretation.
The certificate from the independent Swiss testing institute proves that the aleo modules can withstand the effects of stable air for a period of at least 20 years - the ammonia vapours do not cause declines in performance.
Association of Energy Services Professionals (AESP) Announces a Call for Nominations for Its 2012 Energy Awards Program
Nominations are open for AESP's 2012 Energy Awards Program.
STUDY: U.S. COULD ACHIEVE OVER $80 BILLION IN LOWER ENERGY COSTS BY FOCUSING ON SAFER, RENEWABLE ENERGY
Contrary to "Common Wisdom," Fossil Fuels Are Not the Cheaper Route for Nation's Future; Groundbreaking Synapse Energy Economics Study Details Savings, New Jobs, Environmental & Health Benefits of Ending "Business As Usual" Reliance on Dirty Energy
Eaton Connects to the Power of the Sun with Its Switched Combiner for Solar Photovoltaic Installations
Uniting Eaton's 600 voltage direct current (vDC) solar disconnect and source-combiner box in one convenient enclosure, the Switched Combiner is the latest addition to the growing range of innovative solar energy solutions from Eaton.
EV Connect and ClipperCreek Reach Major Milestone for Improving California's Electric Vehicle Infrastructure
100th deployment marks solid progress toward statewide upgrade of 600+ EV charging stations
Twenty-one cleantech startups from across the U.S. competed for a grand prize of $250,000 in seed investment and services at this year’s Cleantech Open Business Competition. On Wednesday night, the not-for-profit organization awarded the national grand prize to the winner in the renewable energy category, Atmosphere Recovery, which makes laser-based gas analyzer systems for efficient manufacturing and advanced energy process control. See the full list of winners here.
According to Unirac's Chairman of the Board, Ewald Hoelker, "We're delighted that an industry professional of Peter's caliber is taking over the reins at Unirac.
Partnership with Dutch Solar Firm Zonline Makes Sungevity First U.S. Residential Solar Company to Expand Internationally
Unique Alliance to Manufacture and Develop SOG Fresnel Lens Plates for CPV Solar Energy Systems Within Soitec's Planned New Factory in San Diego, Calif.
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