Conservation Services Group Expands Staff

Conservation Services Group, a national energy services firm based near Boston, is continuing its expansion with the addition of three HR pros. Maureen Huffam, HR director, has been promoted to senior vice president.

CJP assesses New Nonfood Biodiesel Crops for Profitable Sustainability

With an effort to ‘grow beyond oil ‘, apart from Jatropha, Centre For Jatropha Promotion & Biodiesel (CJP) has identified, developed and cultivated as many as 12 non-food oil crops. With years of continuing research, experiments and trials has provided an adage to find and develop 2nd generation biodiesel feedstock with low cost input technology. Among the crops identified as potential sources of biodiesel are Simmondsia chinesis, Pongamia (derris indica), Garcinia indica, Moringa oleifera, Madhuca indica, Ricinus communis, Simarouba glauca, Citrullus colocynthis, algae etc.

VATTENFALL IS ALL ENERGY AT ALL-ENERGY 2010

Vattenfall, the leading European energy company, will again be the principal sponsor of All-Energy, the UK's largest renewable energy exhibition and conference (Aberdeen, 19-20 May 2010) and the Swedish utility is looking forward to playing an active role at the event.

American Solar Electric and Fronius USA Announce Supply Agreement

The Partnership Will Assist in Meeting Arizona's Growing Solar Demand

Oregon's Infrastructure Capability to Support Ocean Renewable Energy Confirmed

A new report released today by Oregon Wave Energy Trust analyzed the infrastructure needs of ocean renewable energy in Oregon. The report found that Oregon has an immense amount of capability to develop and deploy wave energy technology in Oregon coastal waters.

UNESCO partners with MENASOL 2010 and will be discusuing the role of solar in the region

MENASOL 2010 has just released some important announcements about the event taking place on May 4-5 in Cairo, which has cemented it as a must attend by the solar industry.

Optimum Energy Software Improves Efficiency of the University of Texas at Austin's District Cooling

First Year Savings Estimated to be $500,000

China vs U.S. in clean energy investing war

This is a war we want to encourage. China overtook the United States in renewable energy investments for the first time ever in 2009, attracting nearly twice as many dollars and becoming the world's largest market for clean energy projects. Renewable energy investments in China - mostly wind farms - totaled $34.6 billion in 2009, according to report released Thursday by the Pew Charitable Trusts and Bloomberg New Energy Finance. In the United States, $18.6 billion was spent. The report noted that over 700,000 clean energy jobs have been created in the Untied States since 1998, and with so much money being invested in the alternative energy market, this was likely just the beginning.

UNESCO partners with MENASOL 2010 and will be discussing the role of solar in the region

MENASOL 2010 has just released some important announcements about the event taking place on May 4-5 in Cairo, which has cemented it as a must attend by the solar industry.

Do It Yourself Energy Audits: Simple Solutions to Reduce Your Utility Bill and Carbon Footprint

Part of the Green Guru Guides series of books, Do-It-Yourself Home Energy Audits offers complete details on assessing home energy efficiency. It describes simple no- and low-cost measures that can be implemented to identify problems, and that will dramatically increase livability, efficiency, and e

500 Educators Pack HVAC Excellence Conference to Learn About Sustainable Technology

A multitude of nearly 500 dedicated HVACR educators and trainers representing approximately 900 training centers packed the HVAC Excellence National HVACR Educators and Trainers Conference March 14-16 at the Tropicana Convention Center.

100% Renewable Energy for Cities is possible

World Future Council presents Seven-Point-Plan in Rio de Janeiro

Electric Vehicle Charging Stations in US

What's billed as the biggest roll-out of electric vehicle infrastructure in the world is about to begin in the United States. Urban planners are deciding where to locate more than 11,000 charging stations in 11 major cities. They want those stations up and running when the first mass-market electric cars from Nissan and General Motors go on sale at the end of this year. Last year, the Department of Energy awarded $100 million to eTec, an electric transportation research and development firm, to build electric vehicle charging networks in five states. eTec is installing more than 2,000 electric car chargers in the greater Seattle area in western Washington, and another 2,000 at homes and public places in four Oregon cities. They'll be near shopping centers, fast food restaurants and movie theaters, "the variety of places that people think about when they're able to park and leave the vehicle for an hour or two."

Media Advisory - Alliance to Save Energy's EE Global Conference

MEDIA ADVISORY For May 10-12, 2010, Washington, D.C. World's Premier Energy Efficiency Forum: Alliance to Save Energy's EE Global Conference -- http://eeglobalforum.org/ --

Chevron Tests 7 Solar Technologies at an old refinery site in California

The oil giant Chevron has transformed an old refinery site in California into a test bed for seven advanced photovoltaic solar technologies, which the company is evaluating for use at its facilities worldwide. Chevron is unveiling 7,700 solar panels installed on 18 acres in Bakersfield, the capital of California's oil patch. Called Project Brightfield, the plant will generate 740 kilowatts of electricity to power nearby oil operations. Any excess electricity will be fed to the power grid. Chevron will test the technologies for three years and decide which might merit use at the company's facilities, or by Chevron Energy Solutions, which builds solar power plants and installs solar arrays for commercial customers.

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