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.

BTU International to Highlight PV Processing Equipment at International Green Energy Expo Korea

The company's next generation thermal processing equipment in its representatives' booths — A562 and B354 — at the upcoming International GREEN ENERGY EXPO, from April 6-8, 2011 in Daegu, Korea.

Nominations open for the CSP Today US Awards 2011

The 2nd edition of the CSP Today Awards USA 2011 will take place on Tuesday, 28th of June, as part of CSP TODAY USA 2011 conference, in its 5th edition this year.

ALTERNATIVE ENERGY SEMINARS FOR CONSUMERS & PROS

Offered free with admission to Second Annual Solar & Wind Expo, May 13-15

GlacialLight Now Using Innovative LED Driver in Products

A newly developed LED Driver that increases compatibility, reliability, efficiency, and performance announced by GlacialLight

Imperia Commemorates 150th Anniversary of the Italian Republic with Renewable Energy

Switzerland's Greenwire illuminates LED Italian 'flag' on façade of City Hall with eddy wind turbine by Urban Green Energy

SMA America Unveils New Sunny PRO Club Service Center

Solar Installer Partnership Program Expands Services to Better Support Members

T.R.A MAGE Introduces Their New Ballasted Solar Mounting Solution

T.R.A.-MAGE introduces their new ballasted solar mounting solution. Designed specifically for flat roof installations, T.R.A.-MAGEdesigned the solution to provide professional solar installers a ballasted mounting solution that does not penetrate the roof and keeps the warrantees in place.

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