Senate Votes to Extend Job-creating 1603 Program

Senators Cantwell, Feinstein, Ensign and LeMieux lead effort to extend successful economic program

NREL Principal Scientist Joins SkyFuel

Gary Jorgensen, a Principal Scientist at the National Renewable Energy Lab, is retiring from the prestigious research institute to join SkyFuel as Principal Materials Scientist. Gary is the co-inventor of ReflecTech® Mirror Film, used in SkyFuel's parabolic trough concentrating solar collector.

SMA Sunny Central String-Monitor Provides Insurance for Energy Yields

Sunny Central String-Monitor offers optimal fault detection of large-scale PV arrays for the greatest return on investment.

Enfinity Takes Leadership Role in Ontario Renewable Energy Scene

Global renewable energy company Enfinity Canada announced the appointment of its Managing Director, Chris Young, to the Board of Directors of the Ontario Sustainable Energy Association (OSEA).

GlacialLight Releases an All-New Product: The Pollux Series, an LED Panel Light

Energy saving LED panels replacing tubes for office lighting

ACORE's Phase II of Renewable Energy in America National Policy Forum Ushers in New Era of Bi-partisan Support for Renewable Energy

Policy, financial, and technology leaders set the stage for an era of new collaboration to advance renewable energy in America

Carmanah Solar LED Airfield Lights Chosen for Calgary International Airport Upgrade

Carmanah solar LED airfield lights are being installed at Calgary International Airport (YYC) as part of a massive facility upgrade.

Southwest Windpower Acquires SunWind Solutions

Advanced Software Technology Makes Renewable Energy More Accessible

The First Wave of Electric Vehicles Compared

On Saturday, Nissan delivered its first battery-powered Leaf to a customer in Northern California, helping bring the nation one step closer to a future in which our cars, trucks and buses will be electric drive. That future will include a mix of electric vehicles: battery vehicles (BEVs) like the Leaf, plug-in hybrid vehicles (PHEVs) like Chevrolet’s Volt and fuel cell electric vehicles (FCEVs) like the Honda FCX Clarity and Mercedes B-Class F-CELL. All four vehicles are or soon will be in customer hands in limited numbers in California. In fact, the first FCEVs were delivered to California customers back in 2008. With the Leaf to be delivered tomorrow, and the Chevy Volt soon to follow, it’s not too early to begin asking how these vehicles stack up. Fuel Cells 2000 has done just that, using company or government data to compare in comfort, range, performance, cargo space and other customary measures. The resulting chart is available at: http://www.fuelcells.org/info/ElectricVehicles.pdf

SEIA, GTM Research Study Finds U.S. is Major Solar Exporter

U.S. Solar Energy Trade Assessment 2010" found the U.S. solar industry is a significant net exporter of solar energy products, with net exports totaling $723 million in 2009. Additionally, U.S. solar installations created $2.6 billion in direct value to support the U.S. economy.

First SGS Product Carbon Footprint (PCF) Label issued to Chinese Fishery

On October 22, 2010, the SGS Group issued the first Product Carbon Footprint (PCF) label in China. The honorable recipient was the Zhangzidao Fishery Group for its ezo scallops. Zhangzidao is the largest company of bottom-cultured seafood in China.

PROINSO launches a tool enabling its Network of Qualified Installers to create customized catalogues

The Spanish multinational company PROINSO has launched in Italy the first version of SIGMA solar, a new online tool that allows its network of qualified installers to create customized catalogues in accordance with the manufacturer's datasheet.

The First Wave of Electric Vehicles Compared

(Washington, DC - December 10, 2010). On Saturday, Nissan is set to deliver its first battery-powered Leaf to a customer in Northern California, helping bring the nation one step closer to a future in which our cars, trucks and buses will be electric drive. That future will include a mix of electric vehicles: battery vehicles (BEVs) like the Leaf, plug-in hybrid vehicles (PHEVs) like Chevrolet's Volt and fuel cell electric vehicles (FCEVs) like the Honda FCX Clarity and Mercedes B-Class F-CELL.

Thin film industry experts discuss how to increase competitiveness in 2011

Recent reports indicate thin film is set to continue its impressive growth within the booming PV sector. Thin film industry experts set to meet on March 3-4 in Berlin to discuss how to increase competitiveness and achieve real bankability in 2011

Leading Recycling Company Goes the Extra Green Mile; Announces Massive Rooftop Solar Energy Park

Waxman Industrial Services Ltd., the fastest growing recycling company in Canada, announced yesterday that their 87,000 sq. ft. commercial rooftop, located in Burlington, Ontario, will be used to host a 500kW rooftop solar energy park.

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