The Renewable Energy Centre has announced today it is joining the fight against energy inefficient patio heaters by launching a new section to their website dedicated to Biomass related alternatives.
With gas prices already approaching $3 a gallon nationwide well in advance of the summer driving season - and Earth Day around the corner - the Alliance to Save Energy urges drivers to cut their own energy costs while helping to curb climate change by driving more fuel-efficiently.
As Earth Day Approaches, Interest in Green Alternatives Increases and Sets the Stage for Long Term Trends
Conclusions of the Second Photovoltaic Mediterranean Conference held in Athens on 19 and 20 April 2007.
Sustainable Energy Announces $3 Million Equity Financing
The South African Desalination Plant market is poised for growth; the question is, to what extent? On this topic Frost & Sullivan will host an exclusive interactive briefing on 26 April, 2007, at 3 p.m. BST.
An update on All-Energy 07 - the largest renewable energy exhibition and conference in the UK. It takes place in Aberdeen, Scotland 23-24 May 2007. The exhibition, conference and Giant Networking Evening are all free to attend for all with a professional or business interest in renewable energy
Late April brings us two ecology-related celebrations--Earth Day on April 22 and Arbor Day on April 27. Window Shade manufacturer Draper, Inc. is using these two special occasions as an opportunity to broaden the discussion about the impact of shades on the environment.
Province of Ontario to ban incandesent lights by 2012.
Enactment of a new bipartisan bill devoted to making the nation more energy-efficient would greatly contribute to a cleaner, more sustainable, more energy-secure future, the Alliance to Save Energy said today.
10 Finalists Selected from a Pool of 61 Teams to Compete in the Final Round of the Competition for $250,000 in Cash, Products, and Services
Putting Vietnam on the global map of solar and wind energy by 2010 with an initial financial outlay of only €450.000 and with no government help.
Due to increasing debates surrounding the issue of Biofuels, TheRenewableEnergyCentre.co.uk announces the launch of a dedicated Biofuels and Biomass area to their website.
No longer does hydrogen need to be locked up in oil, coal or natural gas to supply energy to our economy. In "HYDROGEN - Hot Stuff Cool Science," author Rex Ewing explains exciting new technologies that can release hydrogen from fossil fuels, biomass and even water.
Raser Technologies announced today that they have entered into a series of agreements with United Technologies Corp. Power.
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