Report Sees A Growing Number Of Householders Generating Green Energy

According to the report, if energy prices stay at their present level, microgeneration will create an Internet of energy that eventually impacts on incumbent energy providers.

SolarPlaza at Opening Yingli 3rd Phase Project

The Yingli Solar Company origins from the Tianwei Yingli New Energy Resources Co., Ltd., founded in 1998. Ever since, Yingli Solar kept developing state-of-the art production lines for wafers, cells and modules.

NEW WEBSITE SHOWS THE WAY ON CLIMATE CHANGE

A new globally-focused website now makes it easy to keep up with what's emerging as the most crucial global issue of our time - climate change - as well as offering the chance to do something positive about it.

'Clean EDGE' Act Properly Puts Energy Efficiency At Forefront of U.S. Energy Policy, Says Alliance

The Alliance to Save Energy praised the energy-efficiency provisions of a new bill introduced today by a group of Democratic senators for properly making energy efficiency a cornerstone of U.S. energy policy.

Electro Energy Joins the Electric Drive Transportation Association (EDTA)

Electro Energy Inc., an advanced battery technology and manufacturing company, has joined the Electric Drive Transportation Association (EDTA), the industry association that is working to accelerate the adoption of battery, hybrid and fuel cell vehicles and supporting infrastructure.

CARMANAH RECEIVES $1.6M CONTRACT FOR SOLAR LED BUS STOPS IN UK

Carmanah has received a purchase order in the amount of $1.6 million from Trueform Engineering Ltd. of the United Kingdom for the supply of additional solar LED-illuminated bus stops. These units are scheduled for installation throughout the City of London, England.

Canada's Environment Minister Understands the Issue but not the Solution

Canada could cover more than half of its GHG emission shortfall by encouraging the use of renewable energy 'Green Heat' systems using geothermal heat pumps, solar thermal and biomass.

HAI's Lumina and Omni Home Control Products are Recognized by the State of California as Title 24 Compliant

California's Title 24 energy code was designed to decrease energy consumption through the regulation of approved lighting control devices such as dimmers, occupancy sensors, and high efficiency lights.

InvestorIdeas.com' Launches EnvironmentStocks.com

EnvironmentStocks.com Discusses Corporate Mandates of Top Global Enterprises Going Green and Exploring Sustainability

FIRST 100 PERCENT SOLAR PROJECT BREAKS GROUND IN MASS.

A $6 million project is breaking ground this week in Brockton, Mass., and will be the first all-solar, new condominium construction project in New England, according to Johnson Square Builders, the developer.

NREL Solar Researcher Honored with World PV Award

Dr. Lawrence Kazmerski, a leading research director at the U.S. Department of Energy's (DOE) National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL), received the World PV Award at the Fourth World Conference on Photovoltaic Energy Conversion on May 9.

New Energy Finance launches New Carbon Finance

New Energy Finance is pleased to announce the launch of New Carbon Finance - European Carbon Market Price Forecast Services

Spothunter.com: For the first time more than 70 megawatts listed.

Spothunter.com is the world-wide market place for electronics, heating and solar components on the internet.

Solar Night Industries Adds a Commercial Division for Industrial Energy Independence Products

Solar Night Industries Inc. (OTC Pink Sheets: SLND.PK) announced today that it is expanding into commercial and industrial grade solar energy equipment and products including distribution of solar panels.

GREEN FRIDAY

The 1st Green Friday was held in Palm Springs on May 2, 2006. Green Friday will be held each 1st Friday, to get people out of their car. Residents & tourists are asked to bike, walk, ride a bus or car pool. Green Friday was covered by The Desert Sun & KESQ Channel 3 the local ABC affiliate.

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