Maxwell Technologies and Kromberg & Schubert GMBH & Co. KG to Collaborate

Maxwell Technologies and German Automotive Systems Supplier, Kromberg & Schubert GMBH & Co. KG to Collaborate in Developing ULtracapacitor-Based Starter System for Cars

Leading Software Company Signs as Official Sponsor of Canada's First Solar Park

Calgary based software firm sees need for solar energy as alternative to traditional sources.

Call for Papers for the 3rd "waste to energy"

Abstracts can now be submitted for the 3rd "waste to energy", held on May 9 and 10, 2007 in Bremen, Germany.

Survey shows public support for urban wind

A recent public opinion survey shows 80% support for urban wind turbines. 29% of people are considering installing microgeneration systems on their own homes in the UK. A surprise finding was that only 8% of people said they would object to planning applications for microgeneration next door.

Colorado Business Does Green Good

Colorado proves solar can be good for the business as well as good for the environment.

PATT Foundation Funds Forest Restoration Project in Doi-Suthep National Park, Chiang Mai, Thailand

The PATT Foundation has funded a project implemented by the Forest Restoration Research Unit (FORRU) from Chiang Mai University in Thailand. The project uses the framework species method of forest restoration to restore degraded land back to its natural state.

Savings on Energy Costs Create Market Opportunities for Heat/Energy Recovery Systems

New opportunities for the European markets for heat recovery ventilator (HRV) and energy recovery ventilator (ERV) systems

Carmanah To Supply Solar-Powered LED Bus Shelter Lighting and Stops in Norwalk, CA

Carmanah to supply Norwalk, CA with 22 i-SHELTER' solar LED lighting systems, as well as 216 units of its fully self-contained, solar LED i-STOP® illuminated bus stops.

Georgia Governor Appoints CTE's Raudebaugh to Energy Policy Council

Dan Raudebaugh, executive director of the Center for Transportation and the Environment (CTE), an Atlanta-based nonprofit, has been appointed by Georgia Governor Sonny Purdue to serve on the Governor's Energy Policy Council, which will assist with the adoption of Georgia's State Energy Plan.

Budget Shortfall May Spell Trouble for E85 Group

Earlier this week, the U.S. Department of Energy announced winners of its funding solicitation to increase the use and access of E85 but one name not on that list--the National Ethanol Vehicle Coalition (NEVC)--may spell trouble for the very organization dedicated to expanding the alternative fuel.

SRP PowerWise' promotes energy efficient Pool Timer

SRP PowerWise' has partnered with Allen Concepts, Inc., to promote a new type of digital pool timer that automatically adjusts pool filter run-times throughout the year. The TightWatt' digital pool timer is designed to run a pool filter less in the winter and more in the summer.

New Treeplanting scheme for Airline Passengers

Treeflights.com is a new company that plants trees for air travellers who are concerned about their emissions of CO2.When we fly we use up precious fossil reserves.The idea is that the tree will gradually re-store an equivalent quantity of solar energy to that consumed in the flight.

"Sustainable Shopper's Ball" a Huge Success

Recently a conglomeration of Austin, TX businesses and non profits produced a 4 part, all-local green living festival. The first series of it's kind, "The Ball" attracted an average of 5,000 visitors per event.

Boeing Wins Contract to Build Solar Cells for Renewable Energy

New renewable energy contract announced for Spectrolab, Boeing's wholly owned subsidiary.

New Electric Trike for Baby Boomers

Trade that stationary bike at the gym for an Electric Trike that gives you a workout at your pace and takes you places you love to go around your neighborhood and close to home without having to drive your car. Here's six reasons you will want to get your's soon:

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