After a very successful 2011 conference, the 2nd PV Rollout Conference will take place February 9 – 10, 2012 at the Omni Parker House, in Boston, MA, USA.
Poet's so-called "Project Liberty" biofuel plant, which will use corn waste instead of edible corn, is getting some support from the U.S. government. On Thursday, the Department of Energy announced it will offer Poet a $105 million loan guarantee to build out Project Liberty in Iowa, which is supposed to eventually produce up to 25 million gallons of cellulosic ethanol per year. Through loan guarantees, the government promises to pay back loans if borrowers can't. In many cases, the government is providing the loans as well, via the Federal Financing Bank. The financial support could help Poet finally get Project Liberty into commercial-scale production, and the plant has been in the planning stages for years now. Poet initially was hoping to start building the plant in 2009 and operating it in 2011, and back in 2008, the company was aiming for the plant to eventually produce 125 million gallons of biofuel per year.
Schneider Electric's Renewable Energies Business has been selected by a major global Engineering, Procurement and Construction (EPC) company to supply photovoltaic inverters throughout 2011.
Thomas Astore, CPA, JD, will lead Rodman & Rodman P.C.'s "Green Team" Renewable Energy and Clean Technology Practice to help businesses determine the financial viability of their renewable energy projects and assist with tax complexities.
Registration is now available for the Tuesday, July 12 at 12PM ET, 9AM PT. This is the first in a series of webinars dedicated to growing the U.S. biogas industry
Renewable Energy to be Widely Adopted, while Coal Remains the Dominant Fuel Source
PanelClaw's Gen II products deliver drastically reduced grounding costs, advanced roof protection, and greater design flexibility
Atapco awarded a contract to PEA for its campus in Christiana, DE specifically, Bldg 121, to install a 100 kW photovoltaic (PV) solar array to offset its energy consumption costs.
Arvada, Colorado – July 6, 2011: Parabolic trough maker SkyFuel was honored as Concentrating Solar Power (CSP) Technology Supplier of the Year at last week's CSP Today USA Summit in Las Vegas. The award recognizes SkyFuel's successful attention to cost reduction and benefit to local supply industries, and validates SkyFuel's commercial approach which navigates the fine line between cutting edge innovation and proven, bankable technology. A select panel of industry experts chose SkyFuel over finalists Siemens and Schott.
SunBorne selects Titan Tracker heliostat design for 1MWth pilot solar power tower system in India
MCS is a requirement of the British government to design, supply, install and commission photovoltaic systems in the UK
recycOil team members educate students about the importance of renewable fuels for creating a low carbon future
'Island proof' wind generator achieves top rating for FiTs payments
Schneider Electric will present solar solutions in Booth 7510 at one of the largest solar trade shows in California, Intersolar North America, taking place from July 12-14 in San Francisco.
BOSTON--An everyday office building doesn't quite work when you need to hammer out a prototype of a solar-powered chiller or an inflatable wind turbine. So a group of entrepreneurs here have created a hands-on workshop to bring their clean-energy ideas to life. Greentown Labs held its official opening last week, bringing fellow entrepreneurs, city officials including Boston Mayor Tom Menino, and investors looking to plug into the active clean-energy technology scene. About 40 people from 10 fledgling companies have moved into this former baker and confectioner's supply warehouse in South Boston with the hopes of finding more like-minded green-tech start-ups. Among the offerings was beer chilled by solar panels. Their work environment is definitely not class A office space. A disorderly room houses work areas shared among four or five companies. There is separate space for small offices and another with a lab table set aside for electronics testing. In the basement is a large machine shop where inventors can bang out their first prototypes.
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