Media Calling Notice: BWEA UK Wind Week 2009: 13 - 21st June 2009

The UK's biggest celebration of wind energy takes place over 9 days this June, with over 20 wind farms and supporters opening their doors across the country.

BTU International Wins 'Industry Choice' International Solar Technology Award for MERIDIAN'

BTU International, a leading supplier of advanced thermal processing equipment for the alternative energy and electronics manufacturing markets, was awarded the 'Industry Choice' International Solar Technology Award. The award was presented during a ceremony at the Intersolar Munich show in Germany.

Illinois School District Opts for Energy-Efficiency Project

The Ashton-Franklin Center School District in Ashton, Ill., is implementing $1 million in facility enhancements to improve operations and efficiency at one of its schools. TAC by Schneider Electric will complete the work as a performance contract and guarantees the district will save $10 K annually

SunLink to Support BP Solar's Newest Retail Installation Project

SunLink announced today that they have been selected to supply the mounting hardware for BP Solar's recently announced project to construct solar electric systems on 10-20 stores for a major retailer in California.

Mid-West Western Australian electricity 'broadband' needed for renewable energy

The mid-west of Western Australia has a wealth of renewable energy resources and the South West Interconnected System (SWIS) electricity network must be improved to ensure the State can make use of the renewable energy according to Australia's largest state-based green business body.

Houston Inks $9.6 M Deal to Improve Energy Efficiency in Partnership with Clinton Climate Initiative

The city of Houston has awarded TAC by Schneider Electric a $9.6 million performance contract involving seven of the city's 271 buildings. Houston is the first major U.S. city to announce a comprehensive building retrofit project under the Clinton Climate Initiative's Building Retrofit Program.

BC Housing Complex Upgrades with Solar Power: Solar Grid Tie Project to be Western Canada's Largest

A social housing development in Surrey, British Columbia is getting a green energy upgrade with the addition of a grid-tie solar power system from Carmanah Technologies Corporation (CMH:TSX).

Electric Utilities Rise to Meet Solar Call-to-Action

"2008 Top Ten Utility Solar Integration Rankings" Reports on Power Industry Adoption of Solar Electricity

Carmanah Reports Q1 2009 Results Support Strategic Focus

Carmanah Technologies Corporation (TSX: CMH) announced its first quarter financial results for the three-month period ending March 2009.

New Efficiency Standards for Vending Machines Deliver Energy Savings Pop

Proposed new national energy efficiency standards for beverage vending machines (a.k.a., soda or pop machines) will help make America more energy efficient, according to a coalition of energy efficiency, environmental, and consumer groups.

SPG Solar Completes First of Seven Solar Projects for the City of Tucson

City of Tucson to Dedicate Solar Installation at El Pueblo Activity Center. SPG Solar, Inc., recently completed the first of seven solar projects for the City Tucson.

Veolia, Gasrec and Iveco Announce Conclusion of Commercial Trial

Success of Six Month Trial of Compressed Biomethane Fuel in Camden Cage Street Cleansing Vehicle

OBAMA'S NELLIS ANNOUNCEMENT SHOWS SOLAR IS CREATING JOBS NOW

The President and CEO of the Solar Energy Industries Association (SEIA), Rhone Resch, releases a statement on President Barack Obama's tour of the solar installation at Nellis Air Force Base.

New Record for Oerlikon Solar's Micromorph® Technology

Oerlikon Solar Achieves Record Thin Film Silicon Efficiency and Power Output

2009 Clean Tech Open Announces Rocky Mountain Sponsors

Regional sponsors join DOE, Google, Kaufman Foundation and others in support of leading clean tech business competition with more than $1 million in total prizes

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