Senior Army advisor takes renewable energy role, OTE Corporation targets ocean thermal opportunities

Ocean Thermal Energy Corporation develops systems using the natural temperature gradient of the ocean to produce clean, sustainable base-load power and fresh drinking water, without the use of fossil fuels. Sea water district cooling, aquaculture and hydrogen production are also by-products.

Will Japan's nuclear crisis affect U.S. energy debate?

Americans' concerns over nuclear power have spiked in the wake of Japan's ongoing nuclear crisis, but how the events will affect the long-term discussion over sources of energy is still unclear. In a USA Today/Gallup poll conducted with 1,004 adults last week, about 70 percent of American's said that they are now more concerned with a nuclear disaster occurring in the U.S. In that same poll, 47 percent of respondents said they oppose construction of nuclear power plants in the U.S, compared to 44 percent who favor it. A survey done before the Japanese earthquake and tsunami found that 57 percent either strongly or somewhat supported "the use of nuclear energy as one of the ways to provide electricity for the U.S.," with 38 percent strongly or somewhat opposed. Support for nuclear energy peaked last year, with 62 percent voicing support. Overall, support has been over 50 percent for most of the last decade and is higher now than it was a decade ago. In its analysis, Gallup said that short-term worries over nuclear disasters may not affect Americans' support for nuclear energy over the long term. Still, a look at the media coverage and discussion during the crisis shows that the incidents have served as an unhappy reminder of the risks of nuclear energy, which will likely cause regulatory reviews of nuclear safety at a number of U.S. plants. The nuclear crisis also appears to have rekindled people's awareness of radiation and the sources of the country's energy, all of which have trade-offs.

Allied Building Products Hosts Interactive Solar Seminar

Featuring Solyndra and SMA Solar Technology

PFISTER ENERGY INSTALLS PHOTOVOLTAIC SYSTEM AT BERGEN COUNTY PROSECUTOR'S OFFICE

Pfister Energy, a provider and installer of renewable energy power generation systems, today announced that it has completed the installation of a 115.92 kW (DC) solar photovoltaic system on the roof of the Bergen County Prosecutor's office in Paramus, New Jersey.

Potential for reduction of CO2 emissions in power generation by using solar Add-Ons in India

Technical Top Tip courtesy of Solar Power Group GmbH

Paracas Yachts eliminates fuel dependency with alternative energy solution.

(MIAMI, FL - March 18, 2011) A new alternative energy solution has come from where it is least expected - a luxury mega yacht company. Paracas Yachts has patented hydro-electric regeneration technology that utilizes the sails of a large vessel to actively generate very large quantities of electrical

UMA Solar Forms New Partnership and Distribution Center in the Midwest

UMA Solar is pleased to announce an exclusive partnership with John Ervin and a new distribution point in Hermann, Mo.

Solar Power Plants Are More Appealing than Nuclear Power Plants

Cooke said that it may take years to fully assess the damage at Japan's worst-hit reactors, much less to get them working again. And authorities may never definitively determine how much radiation was emitted, or how many got sick because of it.

Is your computer hosting ‘Green' enough?

Demand grows for sustainability across the supply chain - according to new Norwich colocation data centre

Eco-Driving habit drives down business costs

Why training employees to drive the eco-friendly way is good for the bottom line

SolarFest 2011 is fast approaching. Mark your calendar.

John Blittersdorf, owner of Central Vermont Solar & Wind in Rutland, Vermont, will once again be assisting in the setup of all the solar equipment to run SolarFest 2011, New England's Renewable Energy Fair. July 15-17. www.solarfest.org

National Semiconductor Introduces New SolarMagic ICs for Microinverter, Power Optimizer and Charge Controller Systems

Renewable Energy Grade ICs Reduce Photovoltaic System Cost, Improve Reliability and Simplify Design

Schneider Electric inverters at heart of 1st micro-grid, distributed energy resource community in CA

Schneider Electric solar inverters play an integral part in the Sunverge Solar Integration System at the 2500 R Street project in Sacramento, California.

Thermal Storage Innovations are instrumental in increasing performance and reducing in CSP

Thermal storage will affect the Levelized Energy Cost (LCOE) of Parabolic Troughs. This is one of the findings of a new report from CSP Today "Concentrated Solar Power Parabolic Trough: Cost & Performance".

NEW INITIATIVE TO BRING IN TRILLION DOLLAR BOND MARKETS TO FINANCE THE LOW CARBON ECONOMY

The Climate Bond Initiative's Standards break new ground by providing independently verified assurance to institutional investors that the proceeds of such bonds are being used to build the low carbon economy, and will not be diverted for other purposes.

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