Practical PR tips for the Renewable Energies sector

The Press Agency Krampitz's "PR Handbook for New Energies" has been published

Eastern Iowa Company Goes Green.

Eastern Iowa company on the path to achieving net zero.

RAINWATER WAREHOUSE LAUNCHES RAINWATER HARVESTING E-COMMERCE WEBSITE

Rainwater Warehouse, leading provider of rainwater harvesting technologies introduces a complete line of rainwater harvesting systems and products available for purchase on their new website, www.rainwaterwarehouse.com

Ballard Signs LOI To Power 25 Clean Energy Hydrogen Fuel Cell Buses in Sao Paulo, Brazil

Ballard Power Systems has signed a Letter of Intent (LOI) with The City of Sao Paulo, Brazil for 25 FCvelocityTM-HD6 fuel cell modules to power 25 buses in that city. Delivery of the modules is planned for 2012. A final agreement with The City of Sao Paulo is now in negotiation.

Weir Minerals Lewis Pumps awarded Molten Salt Pump Contract

Lewis® Pumps, a division of Weir Minerals was recently awarded the entire Molten Salt pump contract for the Solana Generating Station, an Abengoa Solar S.A. developed project in Gila Bend, Arizona.

Georgia Solar Installers Help Others Save Energy, Money With T5 Retrofit Adapter

Energy efficiency measures are just as important as energy production. Georgia-based solar installers Solar Energy USA are helping homeowners and businesses save money on power bills through energy efficiency measures with their T5 Retrofit Adapters combined with solar panel technology.

Canadian Solar and Siemens Announce Sales Agreement for Solar Systems at the University of Murcia, Spain

Under the agreement, Canadian Solar supplied 2.5 MW of solar modules for two solar projects -- a rooftop system and a carport -- constructed by Siemens for the University of Murcia, Spain.

Canadian Solar Inc. and TransCanada Corporation Announce Sales Agreement for 86MW Solar PV Project Portfolio in Ontario, Canada

Under the agreement, CSSI will provide TransCanada with 9 fully-operational and commissioned utility-scale solar projects across the Province of Ontario which are expected to come into service between late 2012 and mid-2013.

New study: Wind energy success story at risk with 54,000 American jobs in the balance

Navigant finds PTC extension will create and save 54,000 jobs; expiration will kill 37,000

AWEA statement on lack of PTC extension in year-end package

"Clock is ticking" as tens of thousands of jobs hang in the balance

WindTV: Wind power and Wyoming ranching go together

New revenue source helps rancher through cyclical nature of cattle business

Forbes "30 Under 30" recognizes four wind energy leaders

AWEA's Elizabeth Salerno, EDP's Jeff Bishop, RES Americas' Sean Tufts, and Clean Line's David Berry featured as "today's disrupters and tomorrow's brightest stars."

Top 10 for 2011: Wind power achieves many milestones this year

Industry gears up for an important coming year with a look back at the newsmaking events of 2011

Solar Energy Industry: 2011 in Review Solar energy is one of the fastest growing industry in the United States.

Rhone Resch, president and CEO of the Solar Energy Industries Association, today published the following review of the U.S. solar energy market in 2011: "In contrast to some of the recent headlines, the solar energy industry is a strong, thriving industry in the United States that is creating jobs and lowering costs for the consumer. In 2011, a number of myths about the solar energy industry circulated nationally. Let's set the record straight. Here are seven truths about this thriving American industry:  

Solar Energy Industry: 2011 in Review Solar energy is one of the fastest growing industry in the United States.

"The U.S. solar industry is on a roll, with unprecedented growth in 2011. Solar is now an economic force in dozens of states, creating jobs across America." -Rhone Resch, president and CEO, SEIA, quoted in article "Solar Industry Reports Record Third-quarter Growth" Los Angeles Times, December 15, 2011

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