Wisconsin Conservation Farmer of the Year Harvests Wind Energy

Fall River, WI - John Priske and his wife Dorothy, the owners and operators of Fountain Prairie Farm, a 280-acre beef farm powered by a 50-kilowatt wind turbine earlier this year, will be honored as Wisconsin Conservation Farmer of the Year.

Solar Industry Mergers and Aquisitions - Q3 2010

Reprinted with permission from Lincoln International Deal Reader - Solar Energy

10 Things to Know When Developing Rooftop Solar Photovoltaic Systems

It is critical to understand the many complexities specific to rooftop solar photovoltaic (PV) development. Successful execution and delivery of expected returns requires careful management of the complex route to rooftop solar PV development.

Prop 23, Alternative Energy And The Built Environment

In 2006 California passed legislation to require consumers and industries to begin reducing their carbon emissions. The name of this bill is AB32.

Who are The Renewables? What do they represent?

The Renewables™ are part of a multi-platform marketing and educational program for renewable energy and energy efficiency. This team of sustainable superheroes represents five sources of renewable energy and serves as educators, promoters, and spokespeople for clean energy and the environment.

Solar & Wind Power Circuit Protection

Stephen Colvin is Vice President of Marketing for Mersen's North American Electrical Protection interests. His responsibilities comprise management of all aspects of the marketing department including product line management, marketing communications, public relations and market research.

NASA Pushes For A Green Jetliner

They might be best known for space travel, but the folks at NASA are determined to shape the future of commercial aviation. The agency says airliners need to be quieter, greener and more fuel-efficient. To attain those goals, NASA handed out nearly $6 million in contracts this week to two defense industry giants: Lockheed Martin Corp. and Northrop Grumman Corp. NASA’s goal is to develop technology that would enable future aircraft to burn 50% less fuel than current models, cut harmful emissions in half and shrink the geographic areas affected by obnoxious airport noise by 83%. The agency hopes to develop concepts for airliners that could go into service by 2025. Engineers from Lockheed’s famed-Skunkworks defense enclave in Palmdale won about $3 million to develop the concept. Northrop engineers, working out of the company’s space park in El Segundo, were given $2.65 million. The engineers will have 12 months to develop a concept for an aircraft that can fly near the speed of sound at a range of 7,000 miles, carrying up to 100,000 pounds of either passengers or cargo. But don’t expect the traditional “tube-and-wing” design for the aircraft’s wings and fuselage. This project is all about thinking outside the box.

Schneider Electric displaying FIT-compliant solutions at Solar Canada 2010 Conference and Exposition

Schneider Electric's Renewable Energies Business is exhibiting a FIT-compliant grid tie inverter and a range of solutions at Solar Canada 2010, the Canadian Solar Industries Association (CanSIA) annual conference and exhibition on December 6 and 7.

19th European Biomass Conference and Exhibition

the 19th European Biomass Conference and Exhibition will take place 6-10 June 2011 in Berlin, Germany

aleo solar AG starts distribution in the UK following MCS certification

aleo solar today announced that it has received MCS certification for its poly- and monocrystalline solar modules. This ensures that operators of solar power plants with aleo modules will be able to benefit from UK feed-in subsidies.

120,000 Students Save 500,000 Kilowatt-Hours of Electricity in First Annual Campus Conservation Nationals Contest

The results are in for the nation’s largest real-time electricity and water use reduction competition on college campuses, the Campus Conservation Nationals 2010 – and the 40 participating colleges and universities collectively reduced electricity consumption by 508,694 kilowatt-hours to save $50,209 and avoid putting 816,394 pounds of carbon dioxide into the atmosphere. The Alliance to Save Energy, in partnership with Lucid Design Group and the National Wildlife Federation, established the inaugural Campus Conservation Nationals, in which schools competed from November 1-19 to achieve the greatest energy reductions in their residence halls. “Students can be hugely effective sustainability advocates on their campuses and in their communities,” commented Jo Tiffany, senior director of education for the Alliance’s Green Campus Program. “By doing simple things to make energy use more visible, such as emailing residents their weekly energy use, putting up posters with energy and water savings tips and rewarding building users who achieve the most energy savings, students can combat the ‘hotel mentality” often held by dorm residents who do not pay directly for the energy they consume.”

120,000 Students Save 500,000 Kilowatt-Hours of Electricity in First Annual Campus Conservation Nationals Contest

Alliance Green Campus Humboldt State Wins Water Reduction Competition; DePauw University First in Electricity Reduction

Corvus Energy Names David Field Business Development Manager

Field to drive growth of exclusive lithium-ion technology in marine, renewable energy and heavy industry sectors.

Richmond Chamber of Commerce Awards Corvus Energy with Prestigious ‘New Business of the Year' Title

Corvus Energy's innovative lithium-ion batteries recognized for its global reach and environmental benefits

Morgan Technical Ceramics Introduces Fused Silica and Halsolar Material

Material for Solar Panel Production

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