New SunDanzer 12 VDC Refrigerator Operates on One Solar Panel
The Solar Energy Industries Association (SEIA) today praised Rep. J.D. Hayworth (R-AZ) for reintroducing his residential solar energy tax credit bill on January 7. The bill would provide homeowners who install solar systems with a tax credit to offset the startup costs of adding clean, renewable solar power to their homes.
Schott Applied Power Corporation (SAPC) announced today that its SunRoof RS residential photovoltaic (PV - solar electric) system will help to power the NextGen Demonstration Home showcased in the Stardust Hotel parking lot in Las Vegas, NV. The SunRoof RS is a working system, set up to give builders and utilities a hands-on illustration of how photovoltaic systems are installed, how they generate power and how they present new market opportunities for the construction and utility industries.
Solar Power Debuts on Long Island Retail Stores; Four BJ's Stores Feature Largest Solar Electric Retail Arrays
Long Island's four newest power plants are now on line. But don't look for smoke stacks or steel-towered power lines. Just look on the roofs of four BJ's Wholesale Clubs, where sun-powered electricity plants are now producing electricity, thanks to a partnership between two Massachusetts-based companies - Conservation Services Group (CSG) and Evergreen Solar, Inc. (Nasdaq: ESLR) - BJ's, and the Long Island Power Authority (LIPA) solar rebate program.
Spire Corporation (NASDAQ:SPIR), which provides products and services to solar energy and biomedical device markets, announced today that it has formed a wholly owned subsidiary, Spire Solar, Inc.
Products and Technology Show Progress in Energy Conservation and Recycling; Congressional Leaders Debate Technology Policy and Fair Use Rights
Solar Electricity Arrives at the White House; Evergreen Solar Installs a Solar Electric System at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue
Jan. 8, 2003--Evergreen Solar, Inc. today announced the installation of a 9 kW photovoltaic (PV) system at the White House for the National Park Service.
Michael Pacheco has accepted the position of director of the National Bioenergy Center (NBC). The center was formed by the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) in November 2000 and is based in the department's National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) in Golden, Colo.
The number fuel cell vehicles introduced in the world in the coming decade will reach 800,000 according to ABI’s new study on the topic. "Our expectations in last year’s study that early fuel cell vehicles will be available by 2003 is already being met by Toyota and Honda in the US and in Japan," said Atakan Ozbek, Director of Energy Research and author of the study.
DaimlerChrysler and Ford sign MOU to Fund US $97 Million for Development of Next Generation Fuel Cell Engine
Carmanah Technologies Corporation is pleased to announce that 10 public transit authorities in North America have purchased the entire first production run of the company's solar-powered LED (light emitting diode) illuminated transit stops.
In a move to facilitate continued growth, BP Solar today announced a repositioning plan that includes some portfolio adjustments. The company will concentrate on its key markets supported by growth in worldwide manufacturing of its crystalline-based products, and will cease manufacturing its thin film solar modules.
A joint venture between the Australian National University and Origin Energy has developed a new type of solar cell with the potential to revolutionise the global solar power industry.
Global fuel cell energy generating capacity will increase to near 16,000 megawatts (MW) by 2012 from a mere 45 MW in 2002. Although there is still only one true commercial stationary fuel cell product in the marketplace, the competition level has increased dramatically in the last year according to the latest study from Allied Business Intelligence (ABI).
Evergreen Solar Advances String Ribbon Technology; Growing Two Ribbons from One Furnace Doubles Output and Lowers Costs
Evergreen Solar, Inc. (Nasdaq: ESLR), a developer, marketer, and manufacturer of photovoltaic (solar power) products for the worldwide market, announced today that it has developed the latest advancement in its proprietary String Ribbon(TM) technology for manufacturing solar cells that involves simultaneously growing two silicon ribbons, rather than one, from each crystal growth furnace. The Company expects this development to more than double the output of its crystal growth furnaces.
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