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.

National Semiconductor Debuts MYPVDATA SOC Web Interface

MYPVDATA SOC is software as a service (SaaS) that helps users analyze data collected from the array by delivering meaningful information through an easy-to-use web-interface, so maximum energy can be harvested.

Comdel's Arc Detect Fast Shutdown Minimizes Arc Damage

Comdel's new Arc Detect Fast Shutdown option allows for automatic fast shutdown of the RF during an arc condition to minimize damage on end user tooling and product, improving product yield while protecting process equipment.

Advanced Biofuels USA Urges Advanced Biofuels Industry to Follow NASCAR/Growth Energy Lead by Way of American Le Mans Series

Advanced Biofuels USA Urges Industry to Use ALMS Green Racing Focus in Light of NASCAR/Growth Energy Announcement

Sustainable Energy Launches "Canadian" 240 Volt Inverter

-FIT-Compliant SUNERGYTM Inverter Manufactured in Canada using Canadian technologies - -Inverter To Be Launched at Solar Canada 2010 in Toronto, December 6 - 7, 2010 -

USI's New Web Site Expands Access to Technical Information

Ultrasonic Systems, Inc., the leading manufacturer of high-performance ultrasonic spray coating equipment, announces the launch of its new web site at www.ultraspray.com.

USI Adds Machinery Control Systems Expert to its Ranks

Ultrasonic Systems, Inc., the leading manufacturer of high-performance ultrasonic spray coating equipment, announces the addition of Greg T. Danti as Engineering Manager.

Electric Eel Powers Holiday Lights in Japan

An aquarium in Japan is shocking visitors with its Christmas display -- using an eco-friendly electric eel to illuminate the lights on its holiday tree. Each time the eel moves, two aluminium panels gather enough electricity to light up the 2-metre (6 ft 6 in) tall tree, decked out in white, in glowing intermittent flashes. The aquarium in Kamakura, just south of Tokyo, has featured the electric eel for five years to encourage ecological sensitivity. This year, it added a Santa robot that sings and dances when visitors stomp on a pad. "We first decided to get an electric eel to light up a Christmas tree and its top ornament using its electricity," said Kazuhiko Minawa, on the public relations team for the Enoshima Aquarium. "As electric eels use their muscles when generating a charge, we also thought to get humans to use their muscles to light up parts of the tree and power Santa." Visitor Sumie Chiba was fascinated with the display but questioned the practicality of eel energy for domestic use. "If this was possible, I think it's very nice and extremely eco-friendly," she said.

National Wildlife Federation Highlights Ecotech Institute's Sustainability Efforts

College Also Recognized by Clean-Tech Industry Website

Sustainable Energy Closes $2.55 million Flow Through

Sustainable Energy Closes $2.55 million Flow Through

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