They've Got the Power: Determined Duo Seeks $20M Renewable Energy Prize

Aiming to power the world with renewable energy sources within 3 years, the energy resources development firm Gladstone & McKinney announces that it is competing for the Saltire Prize, Scotland's $20M award created this year and jointly funded by the National Geographic and Sean Connery.

SunWize Technologies Restructures-
New business and operational units created

SunWize Technologies, Inc. has completed a corporate-wide restructuring and expanded its capabilities; another milestone in the company's continuing evolution as the industry's premier provider of solar electric solutions.

Irvine Company Packs 1-2 Solar Punch

Cities Taking Steps to Promote Solar Power with High-Visibility Demonstration Projects Overcoming tight time frames and stringent municipal requirements takes know-how and determination

SOLAR ENERGY DOMAIN NAMES HIT THE MARKET

Powerful internet marketing tools, premium solar domain names have been reported being circulated to marketing groups representing solar companies and other domain name speculators.

ONSET ANNOUNCES WI-FI-BASED MONITORING SYSTEM

Onset Computer Corporation, the "HOBO" data logger company, today unveiled the HOBO® U30/Wi-Fi Remote Monitoring System, a web-based monitoring system that provides real-time, remote access to energy and environmental data over any Wi-Fi network.

The Renewable Energy Centre speaks out at Grand Designs Live Show

The Renewable Energy Centre.co.uk headlined a seminar entitled "Go Green - Get Rich" at the Grand Designs Live Show last week. Richard Simmons, MD spoke frankly about the domestic and national picture of renewable energy in the UK.

Can IT Security Be 'Green'?

By Ian Kilpatrick, chairman Wick Hill Group, specialists in secure infrastructure solutions.

ICP Solar Expands Distribution in Nordic Countries

Sunsei® product line helps bring solar energy into Northern Europe outdoor lifestyle

Renewable Energy Stocks Sector Close-Up on Solar Stocks For May 2008

J.Peter Lynch Reports, "Solar Stocks have Surprised the Street and Beaten Estimates, Some by a Wide Margin" Canadian Solar Inc. Leads Sector with Earnings Report and Robust Market Demand for Products

XL RENEWABLES' "SUPER TROUGH" ALGAE PRODUCTION PROCESS PROVIDES SOLUTION TO FOOD-FOR-FUEL CRISIS

Phoenix-based company's algae-based commercial operation will produce high-grade oil for biofuel, edible oils

PV solar power systems to become cheaper

The price of solar photovoltaic (PV) panels is tipped to fall in the next year as the so-called "solar module supply bubble", which has seen demand exceed supply, bursts.

Solar PV sparkles on Magnetic Island

Queensland's Magnetic Island has taken its first step in becoming one of Australia's "solar suburbs" under the federal government's Solar Cities initiative.

A proper solar feed-in tariff in Victoria - 10 Reasons Why

The Victorian State Government recently introduced a net metered feed-in tariff. While a start, the initiative is not likely to create a massive uptake of domestic solar systems for Victorian roofs. A gross metered feed-in tariff would be needed to achieve the outcome of more solar powered homes.

Climate Budget threatens solar industry with big sting in the tail

One of Australia's leading online renewable energy companies, Energy Matters, hopes that certain aspects of the Rudd Government's climate change budget package don't lead to a trough in the nation's renewable energy sector.

RES Audio Interview with Geothermal Stock ESIV

Jason McDiarmid, President and CEO of Geoexchange Technology Company, Discusses Global Market Opportunities in North America, Europe and Asia

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