Vancouver, BC, Canada - Thursday, October 21, 2004 - Carmanah Technologies Corporation (TSX Venture: CMH), a leading manufacturer of solar-powered LED lighting and illumination, is pleased to announce its third quarter results for the nine months ended September 30, 2004 and 2003.

FedEx to Build California's Largest Corporate Solar Power System

The 904-kilowatt solar array will provide approximately 80 percent of the peak load demand for the company's Oakland facility, which employs 1,700 people.

California Fuel Cell Partnership Welcomes the U.S. Army's National Automotive Center as New Member

The National Automotive Center's participation in our programs, with their perspective of the challenging demands of military applications, adds a very important element to our work in demonstrating the technical viability, high performance capabilities and energy diversification benefits of hydrogen and fuel cell vehicle technology.

All-aluminum 6-inch PV PoleTop' Debuts at SolarPower 2004 in San Francisco

UniRac's new 6-inch PV PoleTop' is built around an innovative gimbal that offers continuous adjustability to arrays as large as 140 square feet.

Business, technology leaders deliver prescription for lagging US solar industry

Plan would enable U.S. to produce 250,000 solar industry jobs and deliver clean, secure domestic energy

Astris Energi Inks Revenue Generating Italian Cooperation Deal - Looks To E.U. Marketing Strategy

Astris Energi Inc. (OTC BB: ASRNF), the world's leading alkaline fuel cell (AFC) technology company, announced today that it has signed a Cooperation Agreement with Italy's Electronic Machining s.r.l. (El.Ma.).

Largest B2B and B2C Solar Event Kicks Off in San Francisco

Solar Power 2004 Draws Hundreds to San Francisco for Conference and Expo Focused on Burgeoning Solar Industry

Xantrex launches breakthrough residential solar grid tie inverter

Xantrex Technology Inc. (TSX:XTX) introduced a new residential inverter in San Francisco today at Solar Power 2004, the largest conference and expo for solar applications in the United States.

ACORE Calls for Phase II of Renewable Energy in America

ACORE and the Renewable Energy Caucus of the US Congress Co-Convene National Policy Forum December 6-7 to Address New Goals

New Apparatus for Testing Hydrogen Fuel Stations Developed by California Fuel Cell Partnership

The trailer-mounted apparatus can be transported from one station to another to simulate vehicle fueling and record critical data.


Project supports city's drive toward renewable energy; earns $1 million rebate from State of California

Sarah Susanka's Not So Big Showhouse at International Builders Show (IBS) 2005

The Not So Big Showhouse will be open to more than 100,000 visitors, all of whom have a stake in the growing market for environmentally friendly materials and building practices.


403kW Solar Array, One of the Largest Federal Solar Installations in the Nation, furnished by PowerLight Corporation

Astris Energi Participates In Financial Forum

Astris Energi Inc. (OTCBB: ASRNF), the world's leading alkaline fuel cell (AFC) technology company, announced today that it will participate in the Global Chinese Financial Forum, Toronto Conference 2004 on October 15th and 16th at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre.

Solar industry "Roadmap" to be unveiled October 20th in San Francisco

Our Solar Power Future outlines the state of solar power today, the opportunity the U.S. has over the next 10 years to regain its position at the forefront of solar power development, and a plan for the future -- including recommended actions for market expansion and R&D.

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