NON-HYDRO RENEWABLE SOURCES ALREADY PROVIDING MORE ELECTRICAL OUTPUT THAN CALLED FOR BY 2013 IN NEW U.S. SENATE LEGISLATION
Proposed legislation introduced yesterday in the U.S. Senate would establish a Renewable Electricity Standard (RES) that sets targets for the year 2013 and beyond that are actually lower than the amount of non-hydro renewable electricity already being produced in the United States today.
A new recruitment website for the green energy industry, RenewablesCareers.com, has launched today. The specialist recruitment website matches high calibre candidates with the latest worldwide renewable energy jobs from the industry's leading recruiters.
Heavy industry can be a viable secondary market today for CSP producers, but questions remain on whether start-up costs are justifiable for industrial users, and how reliable CSP can be for processes that can't pace production by the sun.
Too many organizations use too much energy. This is simply because they are not looking closely enough at their energy usage. A powerful new tool will allow companies to reduce costs considerably: the BSI Kitemark® scheme for Energy Reduction Verification.
IPVEA members met on September 8, 2010 during the 25th European Photovoltaic Solar Energy Conference and Exhibition (EU PVSEC) in Valencia. The members elected the new board as well as decided that IPVEA will support the upcoming 26th EU PVSEC 2011 in Hamburg.
Northern Ontario's first major hydroelectric project in 40 years will provide more clean power to Ontarians and create up to 800 construction jobs. This project is part of the province's plan to boost the local economy and deliver a strong and reliable energy supply.
Vancouver, BC- Empower Software ( www.empowersoftware.ca) , the leading web-based energy portal and Canada's greenest IT, today announced the launch of their advanced home energy portal for electricity, gas and water.
New DTC-D temperature controller for small solar thermal systems operates from the same solar panel that powers circulation pump(s)
SkyFuel, Inc., maker of the award-winning SkyTrough® parabolic trough solar collector, announces the choice of Kelly Beninga, an industry icon with 30 years of experience in renewable technology development, marketing, and management, as the company's new Chief CommerCommercialization Officer.
The need for increasing project scale is driving a round of partnerships and acquisitions that could soon see the CSP industry reduced to a few vertically-integrated monoliths and this could be aiding the raise of the Fresnel technology with AREVA entering strongly this market.
Targeted for solar and related applications, the UV40 SOLAR is formulated for use under prolonged exposure to sunlight, and resists discoloring and degradation.
Thin film is lighter and has a smaller environmental impact than traditional solar panels
Online info session on the Contest to be held on Sept. 21 at 3PM ET
Leading Experts Discuss How to Overcome the Financial, Operational and Regulatory Challenges of Storage on the Grid
Now more than ever, European and global Biofuels businesses face new and dynamic challenges in both technology and regulations. For anyone dealing with this industry it should be of utmost importance to keep abreast of all the latest political, commercial and technological developments.
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