Chevrolet to offer Coulomb ChargePoint EV charging stations in US

Chevrolet will offer Coulomb Technologies' ChargePoint electric vehicle (EV) charging stations for use at its US Chevrolet dealerships. Chevrolet's home charging installation partner, SPX Corp, will deliver and install hundreds of Level II 240V ChargePoint charging stations to the Chevrolet dealers

SGS to Exhibit its Wind Energy Services at the EWEA Annual Event 2011

From March 14th to 17th, 2011, SGS is attending the EWEA Annual Event in Brussels, Belgium. At stand 7418 in Hall 7, SGS will present its wide range of services for the wind energy industry including Project Execution, Project Certification and In-Service Inspection.

China Energy wins contract for waste heat recovery system

China Energy Recovery, a company engaged in the design, fabrication and installation of waste heat recovery systems, has won a $4.2m contract from Jiangsu Jihua Chemical.

Fuel Cells Cut Costs in Your Industry

Top Companies are realizing huge savings by using hydrogen fuel cells. Beyond featuring these companies, The FUEL CELL & HYDROGEN ENERGY CONFERENCE 2011 is offering the opportunity to get to know this technology first hand and learn how your business can save.

SolarCity Appoints Dan Foster as Vice President of Sales

MegaPath veteran brings strong track record of revenue growth to nation's leading solar service provider

SGS to Present its Wind Energy Services at the EWEA Annual Event 2011 in Brussels,

SGS is attending the EWEA Annual Event 2011 in Brussels from March 14th to the 17th where SGS will present its wide range of services for the wind energy industry including Project Execution, Project Certification and In-Service Inspection.

New 'green city' for environmentally damaged country

Until now, Abu Dhabi has been known as the quiet powerhouse behind its flashier neighbor, Dubai, bankrolling record-breaking skyscrapers and fantastical island resorts intended to make the United Arab Emirates synonymous with luxury, wealth and success. But now Abu Dhabi, capital of the United Arab Emirates, is looking to set a different kind of example. The Masdar development project, due to be completed in 2013, aims to be the world's first carbon-neutral, zero-waste city. Clocking in with a healthy $22-billion price tag, Masdar is to house approximately 1,500 clean-tech companies and 40,000 residents, and support 50,000 commuters. In addition to new technology, the design draws on traditional Arab and Islamic spatial principles to create a natural cooling effect and require less air conditioning. Narrow streets with cantilevered facades are to help maximize shading and reduce glare in order to provide cooler ambient temperatures. These architectural details combined with strategic green space and a renewable-energy-powered public transportation system are intended to minimize energy demand and pollution.

There's More Green to Vineyards than Just Grapes and the Next Great Harvest

Since the beginning of time, the sun's vast energy has brought the world's renowned vineyards into full bountiful harvest. And now, thanks to the Ontario government‘s precedent-setting renewable energy program, Niagara's vineyards are about to bring another type of rewarding harvest to the table.

Power to the People: Southwest Windpower Unveils Most Efficient, Easy-to-Use Small Wind Turbine

New small wind turbine could put wind energy in thousands of homes and businesses worldwide

Southwest Windpower's Andy Kruse Appointed to U.S. Renewable Energy Advisory Committee

New committee to advise Department of Commerce on renewable energy issues

Parks Associates to present new consumer research at Smart Energy Summit Workshop, including panel discussion with Austin Energy, TXU, Motorola Mobility, and Ingersoll Rand

IBM, Grid Net, U.S. Department of Commerce to keynote three-day Summit next week in Austin

Lunera Lighting Introduces 1200 SERIES - A Breakthrough LED Fixture for Grid lay In Lighting

Optimum Blend of Performance, Affordability, and Fully Field-Serviceable LED Modules

Walker's Wind Siting Proposal Strips Local Control

Walker's proposal would require a setback distance between a turbine and neighboring property line of 1,800 feet, which can be shortened only by an agreement between the project owner and owners of adjoining properties, entirely bypassing towns and counties.

Solectria Renewables' CTO to be on panel at Networked Solar

Michael Zuercher-Martinson to speak on the "Technologies Enabling the Integration of Solar Power and the Grid" panel.

Sustainable Energy's Latest, Largest PV Installation Project on Course in Ontario

Sustainable Energy Technologies, Ltd. (Sustainable Energy) has recently announced that an unnamed tracking photovoltaic (PV) installation, which is on course to become the largest of its kind in the province, will use the company's SUNERGY inverters. Company policy prohibits it from releasing certa

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