By using the latest lithium technology the weight and size in our new power systems has been drastically reduced. The systems have been developed for military purposes and in relations to lead solutions, security and performance is top notch.
One Wisconsin non-profit organization and three post-secondary schools captured more than $1 million for projects to help the federal government address market and deployment challenges identified in a 2008 Department of Energy report.
Woodstock Museum on Sun. May 17th will host a workshop, Make a Solar Oven with Dr. Richard Komp at 10am, at 13 Bach Rd., Saugerties, NY 12477, 845 246-0600. The cost is $25 and includes lunch. Also, a power presentation. www.WoodstockMuseum.org
Washington DC--May 7, 2009--The National Hydrogen Association (NHA) and U.S. Fuel Cell Council (USFCC) issued the following joint statement regarding the Obama Administration's FY 2010 budget request for the U.S Department of Energy.
The Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency Partnership (REEEP) will fund forty-nine new clean energy projects in 25 countries.
Over 130 industry executives have already confirmed their participation for Thin Film Today's forthcoming Thin Film Solar Summit Europe, scheduled to take place in Berlin May 19-20.
Intersolar North America, the most diverse global business-to-business exhibition in the United States dedicated to the transformation of the solar marketplace, today announced that growing demand in booth sales has prompted organizers to open another floor.
Over the years, some staggering figures have highlighted how solar thermal power in the MENA region could play a key role in developing alternatives to coal and natural gas combustion.
Jordan is reportedly considering CSP projects in Aqaba and southeastern regions, according to a report by jordantimes.com.
Aquamarine Power, one of the world's leading marine energy companies, today gave their full support to Scotland's first Marine Bill, introduced to the Scottish Parliament last Thursday 30 April.
Trinidad's Piarco International Airport has upgraded its airfield lighting with solar-powered LED airfield lights from Victoria BC-based Carmanah Technologies...
Inauguration of SCHOTT Solar's new flagship manufacturing facility
National Bank of Arizona, SolarCity and First Solar Announce Phoenix's Largest Commercial Thin Film Solar Installation
2,960 carport-mounted solar modules at bank headquarters to produce sufficient electricity to power 20-30 area homes
Industry-leading wind resource data and FirstLook® interface drive global wind energy adoption
OPEL International Announces a New USA Manufactured Solar Tracker Product A Solar Tracker Being Made in the United States Is Creating Green Jobs
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