Smart Energy Summit to explore competition in energy management with session featuring Verizon, Dire

Executives from Verizon, Direct Energy, Reliant Energy, and PG&E will examine the new competitive market for residential energy management in the special session "Energy as a Service" on January 25 at Smart Energy Summit: Engaging the Consumer.

Clean Energy Patents Have Skyrocketed

When the Obama administration Nobel prizewinning Steven Chu took over from Bush/Cheney oil man Bodman at the Department of Energy, he prioritized clean energy innovation. By December last year, to speed the development of clean energy solutions to prevent climate change, he had overhauled the patent review process, hiring experts so he could put clean energy patents on a fast track. Looks like that investment in patent-reviewing brains is paying off. An upward trend is clear by the beginning of 2010, according to the data from the Clean Energy Patent Growth Index. And this quarter, a record number of clean energy patents have been granted. Overall, among technologies, solar led clean tech with 88 solar patents, followed by wind with 71. Auto companies filed mostly fuel cell patents. GM filed 9 hybrid-electric vehicle patents and 30 for fuel cells. Samsung also went heavily into fuel cells with 21 patents, and a couple for solar technologies. GE filed 19 wind patents (and 3 for fuel cells).

SGS to Participate in Offshore Wind Logistics 2011 Conference in London

SGS will be attending the Offshore Wind Logistics 2011 Conference in London, from January 19-20, 2011. On the first day of the conference, SGS Risk Management expert, Jale Cairney, will give a speech on the Risk Management of Wind Farm Project Logistics.

Intersolar Europe 2011 - trends, innovations and unstoppable growth

The world's largest exhibition for the solar industry presents the industry's latest products and services for the 20th year running.

Line-up of energy and mobility topics at HANNOVER MESSE 2011 without parallel anywhere in the world.

Next year's HANNOVER MESSE (4 to 8 April 2011) will feature no fewer than three energy-themed flagship trade fairs:

U.S. Clean Power Sector Could Attract $342 Billion By 2020

America's Competitive Position in Emerging Global Industry at Stake

Certification Poised to Drive Small Wind Growth

22 Turbines Now In Queue; Incentive Programs Requiring Certification

Line-up of energy and mobility topics at HANNOVER MESSE 2011 without parallel anywhere in the world.

Next year's HANNOVER MESSE (4 to 8 April 2011) will feature no fewer than three energy-themed flagship trade fairs: Energy, the world's largest energy technology trade fair, Power Plant Technology, and Wind.

AWS Truepower Releases Two Powerful Tools for Tracking Wind Resource and Project Performance

AWS Truepower today announced a major release of its industry-leading windNavigator® application. windNavigator 3.0 moves beyond wind project siting and resource assessment with the addition of two new modules designed to support wind monitoring campaigns and plant operations.

Grupo Bimbo Goes Green

Mexico's biggest breadmaker announces plans to construct a wind farm powering nearly 100 percent of company's Mexican facilities.

Duke Energy Focuses on Wyoming Wind Farm

Just as US Franchised Electric & Gas CEO James Turner abruptly steps down, Duke plans to reinvest in wind energy

PPC hires new VP of sales as Broadband Powerline technology takes off

PPC appoints new senior vice president of sales to assist in company expansion

Southwest Windpower Names Scott W. Brown President and Chief Operating Officer

World's Leading Supplier of Distributed Wind Generators Welcomes Executive Team Member

ART TEC Solar releases solar controller that mounts in electrical box

A new version of the DTC-D solar differential temperature controller is available. It is configured as an electrical panel cover and mounts in a 4X4 electric box. This model offers an attractive option suitable for monitoring and control of PV powered solar thermal pumps.

NASCAR To Use corn ethanol E15 in its Nextel Cup

Advanced Biofuels industry leaders should use the unique Green Racing focus of the American Le Mans Series to promote and advocate for the adoption of advanced biofuels according to Bob Kozak, Senior Green Racing Editor and founding board member of Advanced Biofuels USA in an opinion piece published today on AdvancedBiofuelsUSA.org. This week American corn growers, Growth Energy, and NASCAR came together to announce NASCAR’s decision to “go green” by using corn ethanol E15 in its Nextel Cup series in 2011. A small step for mankind perhaps, but it pales when compared to the testing and adoption of innovative green automotive technologies in the American Le Mans Series races where cellulosic E-85 is becoming the norm. Kozak urges the advanced biofuels industry to emulate the moves of Growth Energy and American Ethanol and use automotive racing, which boasts the largest audience of any sport both in the US and worldwide, to educate the public on the benefits of American grown 2nd and 3rd generation non-food biofuels.

Records 17941 to 17955 of 23815

First | Previous | Next | Last

Solar & Wind - Featured Product

Roof Tech – E Mount AIR

Roof Tech - E Mount AIR

The most compact versatile rail-less PV mounting system under the sun. Instead of placing solar panels on top of long rails, simply attach E Mount AIR to rafters or the roof decking. Once panels are fastened to the roof, the system array is electrically bonded. The result is a visually seamless PV installation that stands the test of time. - Truly "One With The Roof". - PE stamped cert. letters available, UL 2703 Classified, ASTM 2140 fully waterproof. The one and only with integrated flexible flashing certified by the ICC! All the best quality. Only from Roof Tech