Thomas P. Kimbis named as the new Director of Policy and Research, and General Counsel.
PV Powered, Inc. announces that its commercial inverters have been installed at the University of Toledo's Scott Park Campus of Energy & Innovation in Toledo, Ohio. The 1.12 MW system was installed by Advanced Distributed Generation LLC and will be owned by Constellation Energy Projects & Services.
PV Powered, Inc. announces that its commercial inverters are being installed in a new 2.4 MW project in Portland, Ore., the largest rooftop solar project in the Pacific Northwest. The project will cover approx. 900,000 sf with innovative thin-film solar panels from Advanced Green Technologies.
AGI Projects is a new company formed in partnership with American Tank & Vessel to design, fabricate and erect field tanks and vessels.
The TH!NK City has always been one of the world's first highway-capable urban electric vehicles (EVs). It will NOW be available again in the U.S. later this year. THINK's investments in Elkhart County will support manufacturing capacity for more than 20,000 vehicles a year.
On March 5th, 2010, hydrogen and fuel cell industry experts joined Senator Daniel Akaka of Hawaii to brief Senate staff on the balance needed between industry and government commitments as well as between different clean vehicle technologies.
Highlights • Sustainable Energy teams with Bosch Solar Energy to bring Bosch-PARALEX combination to Canadian market • Premium product solution for Ontario rooftop solar PV increases investment returns with higher power outputs per rated watt • Bosch-PARALEX meets Ontario domestic content threshol
SEIA awards Senate Majority Leader for national and state leadership
CSP Today talks to Dr Fred Morse, Chairman, Utility-Scale Solar Power Division, U.S. Solar Energy Industries Association and speaker at the upcoming 4th Concentrated Solar Power Summit USA this June 24-25, about current constraints on CSP in the US market.
Funding partnership makes it easier for commercial customers to purchase solar power generation.
Solar Technology AG will strengthen its presence in North America with the foundation of a subsidiary in Canada.
Cooling applications represent 25% of all electricity use in the United States, consuming over 7 quadrillion BTUs of energy and generating nearly 600 million metric tons of CO2 emissions annually. The Palo Alto Research Center (PARC), is developing a new form of refrigeration that could be three times as efficient as existing forms. It's based on thermoacoustics, a technology that works for cooling at extremely low temperatures (such as for liquefying gases), but hasn't been used for cooling at room temperature (what you need for household refrigeration). PARC has developed a proprietary thermoacoustic refrigeration technology that can achieve double the efficiency of the best current residential and commercial air conditioning and refrigeration systems. Wide adoption of PARC's technology could lead to dramatic energy savings and greatly reduced CO2 emissions. PARC's approach could: Double the efficiency of air conditioning Save 4 quadrillion BTUs (13% of total U.S. electricity use) per year Reduce CO2 emissions by 311 million metric tons annually
Building on Success of Solar Phoenix Program, City's Largest Solar Installer Opens New Office in North Phoenix
A new environment America report outlines a vision for using the sun to meet 10 percent of the United States' energy needs by 2030.
The ESD, the acronym for the Engineering Society of Detroit, is now 115 years old and it remains an august institution in the City of Detroit. Once housed in a magnificent marble building next to the Detroit Institute of the Arts it is an encompassing institution that holds many fine conferences on Engineering developments and Issues. Their recent conference held on March 3rd on Alternative Energy was something of a rousing affair, which we do indeed need since Michigan has been hardest hit in this recent Economic turn-down.
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