GE's $500M plans for Brazil oil and gas, renewable energy and mining

General Electric hopes to accelerate technology partnerships with top companies of Brazil across various industries. In order to accomplish this goal, GE is investing an impressive $500 million in the expansion of its operations into Brazil.

Benefits of fuel cells for renewable energy over wind and solar power

The San Jose/Santa Clara Water Pollution Control Plant, the largest advanced wastewater-treatment facility in the Western U.S., will soon be home to a 1.4-megawatt DFC1500 power plant, designed by FuelCell Energy, Inc.

Lunera Lighting Vice President Tom Quinn to Participate in Green Debate at GreenBuild Expo 2010

Panel will Discuss the Issue of Hype v. Reality in LED Technology

SMA America and UL Partner for Transformerless Inverter Workshop at Solar Power International

Free training session focused on how transformerless inverters in ungrounded PV systems can be safer than grounded arrays.

CAPE FEAR SOLAR ACHIEVES DUAL NABCEP CERTIFICATION

"Cape Fear Solar Systems, LLC is Wilmington, NC's first and only NABCEP Certified Solar PV & Thermal Installer."

Solectria Renewables Delivers Over 8.5MW Commercial and SmartGrid PV Inverters in Massachusetts

Lawrence, MA - November 9, 2010 - Solectria Renewables, LLC, the leading U.S. PV inverter manufacturer, announced today the delivery of over 8.5MW Commercial (PVI 60-100kW) and SmartGrid (SGI 225-500kW) PV Inverters for projects across Massachusetts.

DOE Launches New Website to Bring Energy Technology Information to the Public

The data and tools housed on the free, editable and evolving wiki-platform will be used by government officials, the private sector, project developers, the international community, and others to help deploy clean energy technologies across the country and around the world.

Are Wind Resources Really on the Decline?

AWS Truepower questions reported evidence of widespread diminishing wind speeds.

UMA Solar Announces First and Only NSF-61 Plastic Polymer Solar Collectors

UMA Solar is proud to announce that Heliocol, MAXG and SunStar solar collectors are the only plastic polymer panels qualified for potable (drinking) water applications as per NSF-61.

IPVEA Signs Newest Board Members

On Friday, November 5, 210, IPVEA's Board of Directors (BoD) met in Frankfurt, Germany. During the meeting, Carsten Busch, Ludgar Wahlers and Patrick Binkowska signed in the presence of the Notary Public as new board members of the IPVEA.

Humana Capital backs Renewable Technology

Humana Capital Resources, a leading employment consultancy is backing the Renewable Technology sector as it believes there are buoyant future employment prospects.

Lunera Lighting Gets Buildings in Shape for Big Energy Savings at GreenBuild Expo 2010

Drop By Booth 2573 to See How Lunera's Energy Workout Slims Down Any Lighting

TIJUANA IS LIGHT YEARS AHEAD ON SOLAR ENERGY, GETS GREEN LIGHT FROM NOBEL PRIZE WINNER AL GORE

Two recent major events underscore Tijuana's growing role in promoting green technology, sustainable energy and jobs: at Solar Power 2010 show in Los Angeles, DEITAC was able to shine a spotlight on two Tijuana-based photovoltaic (PV) manufacturers, Kyocera and United Solar Systems (UNISOLAR); while at October's Tijuana Innovadora 2010 conference, former Vice President and Nobel Prize winner, Al Gore, recognized Tijuana's leadership in renewable energy.

INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS DRIVES HIGHER-THAN-EXPECTED THIRD QUARTER REVENUES FOR GERMAN SOLAR COMPANY

As Germany's Solar Market Plateaus, CENTROSOLAR™ Sees American Market as Key to Future Growth

McKinsey and Company Calls Fuel Cell Electric Vehicles Necessary, Effective

A new report by McKinsey concludes that fuel cell electric vehicles are an affordable and effective low-carbon solution for a large proportion of the car fleet, and an essential component of the advanced energy portfolio.

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