Interactive Resources Wins National Renewable Energy Laboratory Contract for Roof Array Assessments

Richmond architecture and engineering firm Interactive Resources was recently awarded a contract by the National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) to provide solar feasibility studies for 24 California K-12 school buildings in Alameda and Contra Costa Counties. The Sequoia Foundation Solar Schools

Global Ocean Energy Prospects Boosted by Established Wind and Hydro Players

Surge of prototype projects could signal dramatic growth in ocean energy industry

MP2 Capital and Moncada Energy Group Announce Partnership to Develop Solar Projects in U.S.

MP2 announced a unique financing partnership with Moncada Energy Group, an Italian vertically integrated company that develops, designs, builds, operates and owns renewable energy plants. Construction on the partnership's first phase of projects, totaling 15 MW, is set to begin by the end of 2010.

Georgia Homeowner Battles Neighborhood For Rights To Add Solar Panels On His Home

Americans understand that solar is a solution to many of the problems facing us today. Solar reduces pollution. It reduces our use of finite energy sources. And it reduces our dependence on foreign sources of oil. Surprisingly, convincing your neighbors to let you go solar may be the big challenge.

Eco-Story LED Lighting Receives UL Approval for GU24 Base Lamps

Eco-story's LED Products Help New Commercial Construction in California Meet Standards set by Title 24 Regulations

Carmanah and Trojan Battery Enter Into Strategic Partnership

Carmanah Technologies, Canadian manufacturer of self-contained solar LED Lighting systems announced a strategic partnership with Trojan Battery Company, the world's leading manufacturer of deep cycle batteries. Carmanah will use Trojan's batteries to provide energy storage for its EverGEN portfolio.

Sun-A-Ray Technologies is Now Manufacturing Their Dual-Axis Tracker in Ontario, Canada

Sun-A-Ray Dual-Axis Tripod Designed Tracker now being Manufactured in the US & Ontario,Canada

Bloom Energy to build a box a day

Silicon Valley start-up Bloom Energy, which makes  fuel cell boxes that can power buildings , expects to be producing one of its boxes per day in the next few months, its chief executive and co-founder said. The main limitation on the growth of the business, since it is based on a new technology, is building a supply chain to feed it, Chief Executive K.R. Sridhar said yesterday.  "As the supply chain is ramping up, then we can ramp up, and at no point will our internal capacity become the bottleneck," he told the Reuters Climate Change and Alternative Energy Summit in San Francisco. "If we don't plan it that way, then we get ahead of our headlights." The company, with about 500 employees, has 50 systems deployed and expects to have double that number working by the end of the year, said Sridhar, who wants to be producing far more boxes to meet what he calls "robust" demand.  "I'm not patient by nature," he said. "Getting all the ducks lined up so that we can be making a lot more than one box a day, that's what I worry about."   Bloom's boxes cost $700,000 to $800,000, and each provides 100 kilowatts of electricity--enough to power 100 average U.S. homes--with roughly the footprint of a parking space. Source: Reuters

Los Angeles Builds Out New Electric Vehicle Charging Stations at Key Transit Locations

The California Energy Commission Makes Plug-in Electric Vehicles Within Reach of LA Metro Riders with Largest Transit Agency Rollout

Members of Australia's largest energy chamber elect new Board and approve new name.

Members of the Western Australian Sustainable Energy Association Inc. (WA SEA - www.wasea.com.au) met at their Annual General Meeting on 15 October 2010 to elect a new Board and approve constitutional changes to the Association including a new name - the Sustainable Energy Association of Australia.

The 2nd International Solar Energy Technology Conference (ISETC) Announces Program; Convenes Wednesday, Oct. 20, 2010

ISETC promotes innovative technologies related to the efficient creation, distribution, and usage of solar energy.

General Motors Selects Envision Solar's EnvisionTrak™ Solar Trees®,

Envision Solar International, Inc., (OTCBB:EVSI), a leading sustainable infrastructure designer and developer, announced today that the company has been selected by General Motors, LLC to install its CleanCharge™ solar powered electric-vehicle (EV) charging stations integrated into EnvisionTrak™ tra

Pressurex® Film Provides Optimum Calibration and Quality Control for Solar Module Manufacturing

Pressure indicating sensor film provides a unique, simple and cost-effective method for process control and monitoring of solar module production equipment

Pressurex Sensor Film Maps and Measures Contact Pressures of Membranes in Fuel Cell Stacks

Pressurex® aids in the design, manufacture and testing of fuel cells by helping to ensure uniform and accurate spacing between membranes in order to achieve maximum current flow and fuel usage efficiency in a fuel cell stack assembly.

Pressurex in USW assists Rechargeable and Electric Vehicle Batteries Reduce Scrap and Ensure Bond Strength

Ultrasonic Welding is a joining technique that lowers energy use and increases safety. USW is environmentally clean, while conventional welding can result in gassing because materials are heated to very high temperatures. Manufacturers are turning to USW in lieu of other welding techniques.

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Parker KleenVent provides closed-loop solution for wind turbine cooling systems

Parker KleenVent provides closed-loop solution for wind turbine cooling systems

Many 1.5 MW wind turbines use traditional open-loop water/glycol cooling systems. Regular water evaporation in the reservoir elevates the mixture's viscosity, prohibiting cooling of the IGBT and associated critical controls, causing the wind turbine to overheat unless serviced, which in turn means turbine downtime and high maintenance costs. Parker's KleenVent Coolant Evaporation Inhibitor (KV-CEI) is a simple add-on to the legacy cooling system, that eliminates water evaporation in the coolant solution and stops the ingress of airborne contaminants, by enclosing the cooling loop. The KVCEI also removes the need for continuous coolant monitoring during the warm season. Traditional maintenance calls to replenish or rebalance the fluids, take the wind turbine and transformer offline, resulting in significant downtime and revenue loss. Parker's cooling system solution optimizes wind turbine uptime and revenue, reduces maintenance costs and increases overall efficiencies. For more details on the KleenVent solution, see: solutions.parker.com/AWEA2018 or visit booth #4244 at AWEA Windpower May 7-10 in Chicago