Yosemite National Park Unveils Largest Solar Energy System in the National Park System

$5.8 Million Photovoltaic Project in El Portal Grid Connected and Producing Power

Solar power glass house helps pump oil

The sun's energy will replace natural gas as the fuel for drawing more oil from the ground in Oman. GlassPoint Solar yesterday announced that it has signed a deal to install a 7-megawatt solar power system for Petroleum Development Oman to aid oil extraction. The solar system, which is essentially a glass house with solar concentrators, will generate the steam needed to pump oil from existing fields. In many existing oil wells, there is a substantial amount of oil underground, but it has become more expensive to pull out. In an enhanced oil recovery field, steam is pumped into wells to free that trapped oil. Typically, natural gas is burned to make the steam. GlassPoint Solar's system creates steam using trough-shaped mirrors about 20 feet wide that concentrate light onto a tube carrying water. When heated by the concentrators, the water turns to steam. The solar system will supplement Petroleum Development Oman's current natural gas system and use its steam pipeline. Using solar energy instead of natural gas will allow it to use the gas for other purposes--or export it, according to the company.  

Examining the very latest updates on CSP Plants around the world

The CSP industry has seen several plants leaving the status of ‘planning' or ‘under construction' to operation in the last 12 months, most of them located in Spain and the US.

The Sun Showers its Benevolent Grace on Solar Megamart

Australia-based Solar Megamart is a leading contributor in Australia's fast growing economy.

The meeco Group at Paraguay's EXPO 2011

Latest renewable energy and storage solutions at Mariano Roque Alonso

McNabb Marketing Resources joins the 2011 Fuel Cell Seminar & Exposition team

McNabb Marketing Resources is the 2011 Fuel Cell Seminar & Exposition (FCS&E) EXPO Hall Manager for this year's event in Orlando, Florida.

Fuel Cell Seminar & Exposition Board of Directors Welcomes Frank Wolak of FuelCell Energy, Inc.

The Fuel Cell Seminar & Exposition Board of Directors announced the addition of Mr. Frank Wolak of FuelCell Energy, Inc. to the Board in March.

GREEN TECHNOLOGY FUEL CELL EXPERTS HEADED TO ORLANDO

Fuel Cell Seminar & Exposition, October 31 – November 3, 2011 in Orlando, Florida at the Walt Disney World Swan and Dolphin Resort.

South Carolina is named a "Top 5 Fuel Cell State" – AGAIN!

South Carolina is named a Top 5 Fuel Cell State for the second year in a row by Fuel Cells 2000's State of the States Report.

CSP and PV: Reaching a balance in the solar space

For the last year, the question about the feasibility of a well-adjusted co-existence between CSP and PV technologies has been well publicised.

Superior Soffit Systems and Kozy Services Cooling Dallas, TX

Kozy Services is now an authorized dealer in Dallas, TX for the serviceable Superior Soffit Systems (not available in stores) as seen on HGTV and many other media outlets.

AREDAY 2011 Summit Promotes the Power of Women in Sustainability

American Renewable Energy Day (AREDAY), an annual forum promoting powerful cross-sector dialogue and collaborations, will recognize the unique and powerful contributions of women in the sustainability movement at its annual summit, August 17 to 21 at the Hotel Jerome in Aspen, Colo.

Cleantech VC investing tanks in Q2

According to a report out on Wednesday morning from Dow Jones VentureSource, with analysis by Ernst & Young, cleantech venture capital investing dropped 44 percent to $1.1 billion, compared to the same quarter a year ago. The number of cleantech VC deals were also down by 12 percent to 68 for the quarter. Similar numbers were reported by the Cleantech Group last month, which found that cleantech VC investing had dropped by a third in the second quarter compared to the same quarter last year.  The second quarter fall follows some mixed signals for cleantech VC investing from the first quarter of the year, but also some solid signs that cleantech investors have been pulling back on new investments. While the first quarter of the year produced an almost record amount of cleantech VC funding according to numbers from the Cleantech group, a deeper dive into those numbers revealed that the bulk of those fundings were follow-on rounds for capital-intensive companies like Miasole, BrightSource, Fisker Automotive, and Bloom Energy. However, Dow Jones VentureSource reported first quarter numbers more conservatively than the Cleantech Group, at actually 8 percent lower than today’s second-quarter numbers.

INTERSOLAR EUROPE 2011 ACHIEVES POSITIVE OUTCOME: TREMENDOUS SATISFACTION AMONG EXHIBITORS, VISITORS AND CONFERENCE ATTENDEES

This year 2,286 companies exhibited at Intersolar Europe. Added to this, a total of 76,738 visitors from Germany and abroad attended the world's largest exhibition for the solar industry.

Green Events for South-East Europe in 2012

From 13 - 15 April 2011 the two green events gathered representatives of businesses spanning the entire renewable energy spectrum and waste management and recycling industry. The event format 'Exhibition - Congress' turned it into a professional platform for product exploration and discussion

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