Solectria Renewables' CEO to present at the Conference on Clean Energy

Mr. Worden to speak about the North American photovoltaic inverter market

Solectria Renewables Announces the Megawatt Solar Station

Solectria Renewables Introduces 1-2MW Medium Voltage Megawatt Solar Station Solutions

Going Solar On Your Shingle Roof? Think Again...

Report shows cost of de-installing a solar array when replacing an asphalt/shingle roof could be as high as 35% of the total system cost.

54 Teams Make Up Final Field for Hydrogen Student Design Contest

Universities from 19 countries represented in competition

Take part in REnergo at Waste-Tech in Moscow, 31 May - 03 June 2011

WasteTech-2011 is the 7th International Exhibition and Conference for Waste Management, Recycling, Environmental Technologies and Renewable Energy

New National Model Energy Code Will Boost Energy Efficiency of Home, Commercial Building Construction by Historic 30% Levels

Energy-Consuming Public Benefits as Governmental Officials Substantially Improve International Energy Conservation Code

Bentek Solar's Multiple Disconnect Safety System (MDSS) Reduces Disconnect Costs Up to 30 Percent

The MDSS provides up to 30 percent savings in disconnect costs while providing safety and protection of key photovoltaic investments.

BSI: Social Responsibility Standard to Promote Sustainable Growth

An event to discuss and debate the new BS ISO 26000 will take place on 24 November in London

Permanent Modular Housing at Fort Bliss By Warrior Group Earns LEED Silver Certification

Permanent modular housing at Fort Bliss constructed by Warrior Group has earned LEED Silver Certification from the USGBC. The recently completed housing complex encompasses 1.5 million square feet in 34 two-story buildings containing more than 2,000 apartments for unaccompanied enlisted personnel.

Plug-in vehicles may make up 22% of US auto sales by 2030

Plug-in electric vehicles, including plug-in hybrids and battery electric vehicles, have the potential to make up 9% of auto sales in 2020 and 22% in 2030 (1.6 million and 4 million vehicle sales respectively), according to research company Bloomberg New Energy Finance. Achieving such growth levels, however, will be dependent on two key factors - aggressive reductions in battery costs and rising gasoline prices. In the short term, price will be the most significant limitation to the uptake of both plug-in hybrid vehicles like the GM Volt and fully electric vehicles such as the Nissan Leaf. The median base price of autos sold between July 2009 and June 2010 in the US was $21,800. By comparison, the Nissan Leaf will cost $26,280 after federal subsidies (including an allowance for charger installation), which is a higher price point than three quarters of all new auto sales.

Plug-in vehicles may make up 22% of US auto sales by 2030

Bloomberg New Energy Finance has released its US sales forecast for plug-in electric vehicles to 2030, prior to the release of the Nissan Leaf and GM Volt.

Mingary Agrian Solar and Sustainability Joins Energy Solutions of North Carolina

Two leaders in renewable and appropriate technologies join forces. Mingary Agrian Solar and Energy Solutions of North Carolina are now working together to bring renewable energy to the North Carolina Piedmont Triad.

Kintz Puts Plastics Technology to Work for Optiwind's Innovative Wind Turbine

Twin-sheet thermoforming key to design - produces lightweight, strong, cost effective part.

Does Owning the Meters make you Smarter?

Smart metering and sub-metering can be added to most buildings for relatively low cost and almost immediately. It is an investment that will keep paying for itself over and over and even when the smart grid does become a reality it will be a second source of opinion, and when the utility will not share their information, you can.

Japan Declares War on Canada

On Monday, September 13, the Japanese launched an attack on Ontario's Green Harbor, i.e. the province's Green Energy Act. Rather than attacking a naval base with hundreds of military aircraft, Japan has launched a suit against Canada and Ontario through the World Trade Organisation (WTO). The reason for the attack? The Japanese do not want to have thousands of new green jobs and companies manufacturing alternative energy components over here, supporting thousands of Ontario families, when these same jobs could be created in Japan.

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