SHARP DELIVERS SOLAR ELECTRICITY SYSTEMS TO NEW CLARUM HOMES COMMUNITY IN MENLO, PARK

Hamilton Park Development's 47 solar-powered homes selling rapidly

Cambridge Condo to Receive LEED Certification by US Building Council

Cambridge, Mass.,- Sustainable Living, LLC, and its green systems consultant PowerHouse Enterprises, Inc., announced today that their latest Cambridge condo project is expected to receive the platinum LEED rating from the United States Green Building Council.

new book: Thank you for Not Breathing

Going carbon neutral is for sissies. Clean up ALL carbon, stop climate change dead. In a soon to be released book, author Prof. Steve Clemens suggests ways to bring atmospheric concentrations of carbon back to pre-industrial levels, as if we did not pollute the planet at all.

REgrid Power Provides State-of-the-Art Solar Power Installation for San Jose Water Company

Large-Scale Solar Project Provides Clean Power to Silicon Valley Utility

IBM PIONEERS PROCESS TO TURN WASTE INTO SOLAR ENERGY

Helps reduce and repurpose estimated three million discarded silicon wafers yearly; Provides new supply to constrained solar energy manufacturers

Mondial installs Canada's largest hospital-based solar thermal energy site

In an effort to reduce energy costs and greenhouse gas emissions, Mondial Energy Inc. is installing a new solar panel system on The Hospital for Sick Children (SickKids) Atrium roof. The solar energy system will supplement SickKids' hot water system.

ODYNE CORP. COMPLETES A $3.2 MILLION PRIVATE PLACEMENT

ODYNE CORP. COMPLETES A $3.2 MILLION PRIVATE PLACEMENT TO FUND WORKING CAPITAL REQUIREMENTS

SCHOTT and WACKER Lay the Cornerstone for New Solar Wafer Production Plant in Jena

WACKER SCHOTT Solar will produce multicrystalline silicon wafers for solar cells Investment of approx. 50 million initially creates 140 new jobs at the Jena site New production facility expected to reach a capacity of 100 megawatts already by the end of 2008

EnerWorks, Inc. introduces single tank residential solution and new wireless energy monitor

EnerWorks, Inc. is introducing two new products: a space saving single tank residential water heating solution, and a wireless remote thermal energy monitor. These new innovations will be showcased at the upcoming Solar Power 2007 show in Long Beach, California.

EnerWorks, Inc. to provide solar technology to the Green Phoenix Project in Toronto

EnerWorks, Inc. has been selected to supply the solar thermal domestic water heating solution to Phoenix Place, the apartment housing project for Green Phoenix.

North America's largest solar heated community officially launched

Drake Landing, Canada's first, and North America's largest, solar community, officially launched September 13th with partners from across the country in attendance.

EnerWorks, Inc. to provide solar technology for Toronto Hospital for Sick Children

EnerWorks, Inc. has been selected to supply a solar thermal system to Toronto's Hospital for Sick Children (SickKids) for the purpose of preheating the Hospital's hot water supply.

EnerWorks, Inc. acquires the Blue Peter Project Group

EnerWorks is pleased to announce the recent acquisition of the Blue Peter Project Group (BPPG). With this acquisition, EnerWorks is positioned to offer fully integrated commercial, industrial and multi-unit residential solutions to customers across North America.

Solar Thermal Electric Hybrid Power Plant for Barstow, California.

Empowering Barstow's Enterprise Zone with new Solar Power Plant. Bright lights on Lenwood Road and neon at the south end of town.

Street Lights, Powered by the Sun

A New Generation of Solar Outdoor Lighting Lights up the Night

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