Department of Energy Addresses Green Collar Jobs

On Tuesday February 24, 2009, President Obama addressed the nation during a joint session of congress. The President discussed a new wave of energy efficiency programs and standards that will create new American jobs.

Columbia's Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Industry Gains Momentum

The Greater Columbia Fuel Cell Challenge is an initiative to collaborate with leaders from all areas of the fuel cell industry for the unprecedented deployment of fuel cell and alternative energy technologies into multiple city, university and public applications in Columbia, S.C.

Solar Alliance, Vote Solar Support New Arizona Legislation to Advance Local Clean Energy Economy

The Solar Alliance and the Vote Solar Initiative announced support for four bills designed to advance solar energy in Arizona. The new legislation would allow Arizona's schools, homes and businesses to take full advantage of the state's strong solar potential.

Florida Governor Crist Receives "Golden Meter" Award

At a ceremony held in Tallahassee yesterday, Florida Governor Charlie Crist received the 2009 Golden Meter Award for his leadership in creating policies that foster a strong solar energy market.

Aquamarine Power focus on successful commercialisation of Oyster®

Aquamarine Power today announces that following a strategic review of the business, it has decided to focus its efforts on the development and commercialisation of its market leading Oyster® Wave Energy Converter. Further development of its tidal stream device, Neptune' will cease.

Oklahoma School District Upgrades Facilities, Improves Efficiency

The Luther (OK) Public Schools are implementing more than $800,000 in facility upgrades to improve operations and efficiency at district buildings. TAC, the building management and energy services business of Schneider Electric, guarantees the district will lower utility costs by $20,429 annually.

Mantra to Engage in $3.5 Million Development Project with Korean Engineering Company

IN-DEPTH: "Rooftop plants are the most important market segment in the EU"

Thin-film PV solutions differ based on the type of semiconductor material chosen to act as a sunlight absorbing layer, and also on the type of substrate on which the sunlight absorbing layer is affixed.

Castilla la Mancha to support CPVToday's 2nd Concentrated Photovoltaic Summit

The Castilla la Mancha Government's Vice President and Economy Adviser, MŞ Luisa Araujo Chamorro, will inaugurate the second edition of CPVToday's Concentrated Photovoltaic Summit to be held in Toledo, Spain next month.

Streamlining Treatment of Challenging Wastewaters in Food Processing

Ken's Foods' newly upgraded wastewater treatment facility, with the world's largest anaerobic membrane bioreactor (AnMBR) system is not only a showpiece for the efficient reduction of chemical oxygen demand (COD) and total suspended solids (TSS) in challenging food processing wastewaters with high levels of organic content, but it is also supplying 200,000-plus cubic feet of biogas a day, providing 100 percent of the heat required for the treatment plant's operation.

TAC Studies Impact of Economic Stimulus Program

TAC, the building management and energy services business of Schneider Electric, is prepared to assist educational and government organizations to apply economic stimulus package funds to complete energy efficiency, conservation measures.

Sopogy's SopoNova 4.0' Receives Gold in the Plant Engineering Product of the Year

SOPOGY'S SOPONOVA 4.0' RECEIVES GOLD IN 21st ANNUAL PLANT ENGINEERING PRODUCT OF THE YEAR 2008 AWARD

Industry's Largest Solar Training Event Helps Solar Businesses and Contractors Enhance Technical Ski

(Boulder, CO - March 26, 2009) - The non-profit American Solar Energy Society (ASES) and the global solar experts at Conergy will meet that demand at their 2009 SOLAR SUCCESS!TM Training Event, May 11-14 in Buffalo, NY.

Blue Sky Energy Launches New Redesigned Website

Blue Sky Energy, Inc., a leading manufacturer of photovoltaic (PV) battery charge controllers is pleased to announce the launch of our newly redesigned website.

DuCool Increases Cogeneration Efficiency by Using Heat for Cooling

DuCool has introduced dehumidification and cooling solutions that dramatically improve the energy efficiency of cogeneration systems by utilizing their waste heat to provide cooling and dehumidification.

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