The WA Sustainable Energy Association Inc. (WA SEA) welcomes the announcement today by Australia's Prime Minister Julia Gillard of the membership and terms of reference for the new multi-party Climate Change Committee to help build consensus on how Australia will tackle Climate Change.
An announcement by Green Rock Energy Limited of Commonwealth Government funding for $7 million under the Geothermal Drilling Program to support a proposed project at The University of Western Australia's Crawley Campus is welcomed by the WA Sustainable Energy Association Inc. (WA SEA).
The WA Sustainable Energy Association congratulates Jim Thomson from Outback Energy Supply as recipient of the "People's Choice" award for 2010 for the invention "Outback Power Pack" on the Grand Final episode of the Australian ABC New Inventors program.
Clenergy is a high Technology, multinational company focused on renewable energy development. Headquartered in Xiamen China, Clenergy had recently released two new products: SolarTerrace II and Solar Matrix PRO
Jasbir Bath will present "An Evaluation of Sealants used in Photovoltaic (PV) Module Manufacture" at the upcoming AIMS/Harsh Environments Symposium at the SMTAI Technical Conference, scheduled to take place October 25-28, 2010 in Orlando, FL.
IPVEA jointly organized the PV Production Forum 2010, with the EU PVSEC. The forum attracted 250 participants in its three sessions about PV markets, silicon & thin film production today.
Renewable Energy Group grows national footprint by acquiring assets in New Mexico 15 million gallon-per-year biodiesel facility.
Renewable Energy & Energy Efficiency Congress for South East Europe, set for April 13-15 in Sofia, Bulgaria, is now accepting abstracts for the 2011 Congress program. Submit your abstracts by October 25, 2010 and take advantage of the opportunity to share your insight with the renewable energy & energy efficiency industry and gain visibility for your concept.
Warm welcome of the EE & RES event in Nis. By Maya Kristeva, Via Expo, Bulgaria
LONDON — The world's largest offshore wind farm had its grand opening Thursday — and its location on the estuary of the Thames River makes it a showcase for Britain's push to move beyond fossil fuels. So far, 100 wind turbines have been planted in waters up to 80 feet deep across the estuary in southern England. The idea is to produce enough electricity, 300 megawatts, to power the equivalent of 200,000 homes. Each turbine is nearly as tall as a 40-story building and the blades are at least 65 feet above the water for clearance with vessels. No turbine is closer than 1,600 feet to another and the entire "farm" covers an area of 22 square miles. Up to 341 turbines will be installed over the next four years. With Thursday's opening, which tops a 91-turbine farm off Denmark, Britain now has more offshore wind capacity than the rest of the world combined. in now gets three percent of its electricity from renewables but aims to get 15 percent by 2020. As part of that, the government this year awarded licenses to wind farm developers in a program that could deliver up to 32 gigawatts of generation capacity and require investment of more than $117 billion. MSNBC
Free tour showcases 25 solar powered homes and businesses in Bexar County to share the benefits of solar energy
Western Australian Energy Minister Peter Collier announced in a speech to an energy conference a raft of new measures including two significant renewable projects that confirms the Barnett Government's commitment to growing Western Australia's economy with the help of sustainable energy.
100 GPM durable easily deployed traffic powered pump. Saves the operating costs of a 10 HP water, trash, or slurry pump. Ideal for parking lots, loading docks, access roads, or warehouse logistics vehicles paths. Takes a few minutes to set up and virtually no maintenance or noise.
Powerhouse Dynamics, provider of the eMonitor, the first intelligent, circuit-level home energy management solution, announced today that the eMonitor has integrated with Google PowerMeter to become a Google PowerMeter Integrated Device Partner.
Non-profit to host collection drive on Friday, September 24 to help San Diego take the lead in nationwide rechargeable battery recycling challenge
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The NeON R module features "Back Contact" cell technology delivering an entirely black panel that is aesthetically pleasing and energy efficient. The cell's seamless, surface blends perfectly into nearly all rooftop designs while the module's electrodes are positioned on the rear of the cell. Using LG's N-type cell structure, the panels produce 365W of energy, up to 7.3kWp, compared to 5.8kWp of the p-type cell. The module's new design minimizes LID, thereby delivering a longer lifespan and increased energy output.