ip.access and AlertMe demonstrate femtocell-enabled home energy management solution

Cambridge innovators enable energy saving and convenient control of home appliances via the mobile phone

SGS Takes Part in EDF's Pilot Tidal Project

SGS will support the EDF team with marine engineering consultancy services in the Paimpol-Bréhat Tidal Project.

AltEnergyMag has joined forces with Cleantech Law Partners (CLP) to offer a Legal Q&A forum

AltEnergyMag has joined forces with Cleantech Law Partners (CLP) to offer a Q&A forum for Renewable energy legal questions To view the Q&A visit: http://ask.altenergymag.com

Bioenergy Associations Join Call for Shift in Energy Policy and Investment in Clean Energy Technologies

Efficient bioenergy technologies are key pathways to use domestic resources to answer the President's call to end our addiction to fossil fuels.

GREEN LANTERN INDUSTRIES: NYC's First LED Lighting Showroom Opens

The LED lighting revolution has produced the first of its kind; a showroom dedicated entirely to LED lighting in the heart of Times Square. The increasing demand for green building products prompted 20-year lighting veteran Randall Satin of 1-800 NY BULBS to create Green Lantern Industries (www.nyleds.com).

SunPods Demonstrates Plug ‘N Go Solar Car Charging Station to the U.S. Army

SunPods Inc., a manufacturer of modular, factory-assembled solar energy platforms, provided a live demonstration of the SunPods SP-300 EV Plug ‘N Go Solar Charging station at the Ft. Bliss US Army base on June 8th and 9th. TARDEC and Ft. Bliss co-hosted the Renewable Energy Rodeo and Symposium to establish a foundation for the accelerated deployment of renewable and energy-saving technologies.

Direct Grid Forms Alliance With One Network Energies

Direct Grid Technologies, LLC and One Network Energies SAS announce a strategic alliance for the sale, financing and installation of turnkey photovoltaic (PV) systems in France for utility, commercial and residential markets.

Wind energy industry foresees 250,000 new jobs in Europe by 2020

The European Wind Energy Association (EWEA), announced today that it expects the European wind energy sector to create over 250,000 new jobs in Europe in the next decade. "The European Wind Energy Association expects strong growth in wind energy employment in Europe over the coming years to 280,000 by 2015 and 450,000 by 2020. That's on average, 450 new European wind energy jobs per week over the next decade" said Christian Kjaer, Chief executive of the European Wind Energy Association. Three key areas - offshore wind, electricity grids, and the training and education of more engineers and technical staff - were identified as critical to creating those new jobs. "Only if we continue to install large amounts of renewable energy in the EU and support pilot projects of new technologies, will European renewable energy companies be able to compete", said Rasmussen, "Offshore wind has the largest growth potential and needs to receive stronger public support from and within the European Union".

Wind energy industry foresees 250,000 new jobs in Europe by 2020

The European Wind Energy Association (EWEA), announced today that it expects the European wind energy sector to create over 250,000 new jobs in Europe in the next decade.

Krayden, Inc. Offers PV-7010 Potting Agent by Dow Corning Solar Solutions

A translucent material with minimal shrinkage, the Dow Corning Solar potting agent is a tough dielectric gel for protecting electronic devices in solar applications.

Bentek Solar Customers Choose Its Combiners Based on Ease of Installation and Safety Features

The line of basic, smart, disconnect and re-combiners provide the high-quality, ease of installation and safety features that customers require.

New Photovoltaic Engineering & Management Association Formation Meeting a Success

On Thursday, June 10, 30 engineers and photovoltaic manufacturing professionals met at Flextronics Inc.'s campus in Milpitas, Calif to discuss the formation of a new professional association to advance the photovoltaic engineering and related manufacturing professions.

Mississippi State University Wins Top Honors in Year Two of EcoCAR Competition

Students from Mississippi State University placed first in the 2010 EcoCAR: The NeXt Challenge finals in San Diego, Calif. after designing and building an exceptional biodiesel extended-range electric vehicle (EREV). Virginia Tech earned second place with an ethanol EREV design and Penn State came in third place building a biodiesel EREV vehicle. Mississippi State University competed against 15 other universities to win first place in Year Two Finals of the three-year competition sponsored by the U.S. Department of Energy and General Motors (GM). The competition challenges university engineering students from across North America to re-engineer a GM-donated vehicle to minimize the vehicle's fuel consumption and emissions, while maintaining its utility, safety and performance. Read about how the contest works here.

Small Wind, Big Breakthrough

Small Wind Certification Council Announces the First 13 Turbines to Begin Certification Process

SunPods Inc. and Project Navigator, Ltd. to Exhibit at the Clean Technology 2010 Expo in Anaheim, CA

SunPods Inc. and Project Navigator, Ltd. will co-exhibit to feature the newest innovation in transforming brownfields and landfills into renewable, solar energy sources.

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