ACORE Answers IPCC Report - Renewable Energy is the Major Solution in Mitigating Climate Change

Several renewables leaders respond to the alarming conclusions released today in the new assessment report from the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC).

Insiders Place Bets on Global Warming Play

EnvironmentStocks.com Reminder: Upcoming Conference "Investing in the Environment: Global Warming, Global Warning - Investing Today for Tomorrow's Future

Exec Order Sets Commendable Goals for Upping Fed Agencies' Energy Efficiency

The Alliance to Save Energy commended the Bush Administration's recent Executive Order (EO) 13423 increasing energy efficiency in federal agencies while also emphasizing that the EO's ambitious goals cannot be achieved without adequate budgets, staffing, technical support, and accountability.

SolarOne® Solutions Announces 60% Improvement in LED Lamp Efficiency

February 1, 2007. Framingham, MA. SolarOne® Solutions announced today that its standard solar LED lighting systems are now 60% brighter for the same amount of solar energy.

100+ Groups/Businesses Tell Bush -- NUCLEAR POWER IS NOT A "RENEWABLE SOURCE OF ENERGY"

In a letter sent today to the White House, 108 environmental, business, consumer, faith-based, and energy policy organizations refuted President Bush's oft-stated claim that "nuclear power is a renewable source of energy."

Appointments Announced for NREL Advisory Group

Thirteen prominent national leaders have accepted invitations to join the National Advisory Council for the U.S. Department of Energy's National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL).

European Policy Makers Welcome Clean Energy Search Engine

At EREC European policy makers welcomed news of reegle, a "renewables google" that allows users to search pre-selected databases to access relevant information providers without the large variances in quality, reliability and information sources associated with broader search engines.

Another Take on Twenty by Ten

Viewpoint of an ethanol group and an ethanol expert on what the President's plan really means for ethanol and biofuels.

JATROPHA WORLD….. CENTRE OF EXCELLANCE ENHANCED VARIOUS JATROPHA PRODUCTION TECHNOLOGIES

Indian Centre For Jatropha Promotion (CJP) Introduced Various New & Enhanced Jatropha Production Technology/Products to Address Rural Farmers concern whilst Making them /Growers Fully Equipped To Ensure A Full Flagged Fuel Farm

E-BIKE SALES BOOMING IN HOLLAND, US CONSUMERS ARE JUST NOW BEING EXPOSED TO THIS NEW BREED OF BIKES

- iZIP' Hybrid Electric Bikes Make their Debut Appearance on Ed Begley Jr's New Comedy Series "Living With Ed". The Episode Premiers Sunday, January 28 at 10 pm ET/PT -

The Beginning of the End for Dirty Power Plants: Eastern Europe Finally Comes Clean

The accession of ten new member states to the EU in 2004 has created a significant increase in demand for air pollution control equipment technologies. On this topic Frost & Sullivan will host an exclusive interactive briefing on 1 February, 2007, at 2 p.m. GMT.

Globe Warming to Clean Energy Education

Desire for education in the Clean and Renewable Energy Field is Growing!

NGVAmerica Applauds President's Petroleum Displacement Initiative

Biomethane can help relieve oil dependence

Clean Energy Industry Coalition Offers Views on Federal Climate Change Legislation

Washington, DC - In a letter to the Senate, the Business Council for Sustainable Energy outlined elements for successful federal climate change legislation in advance of the upcoming Senate Committee on Environment and Public Works "open forum" on climate change to be held on January 30.

Changing the World, One Light at a Time with ENERGY STAR®

ENERGIZE NOW Helps Spread the Word About the ENERGY STAR Change a Light Pledge

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