World Future Council presents Seven-Point-Plan in Rio de Janeiro
What's billed as the biggest roll-out of electric vehicle infrastructure in the world is about to begin in the United States. Urban planners are deciding where to locate more than 11,000 charging stations in 11 major cities. They want those stations up and running when the first mass-market electric cars from Nissan and General Motors go on sale at the end of this year. Last year, the Department of Energy awarded $100 million to eTec, an electric transportation research and development firm, to build electric vehicle charging networks in five states. eTec is installing more than 2,000 electric car chargers in the greater Seattle area in western Washington, and another 2,000 at homes and public places in four Oregon cities. They'll be near shopping centers, fast food restaurants and movie theaters, "the variety of places that people think about when they're able to park and leave the vehicle for an hour or two."
MEDIA ADVISORY For May 10-12, 2010, Washington, D.C. World's Premier Energy Efficiency Forum: Alliance to Save Energy's EE Global Conference -- http://eeglobalforum.org/ --
The oil giant Chevron has transformed an old refinery site in California into a test bed for seven advanced photovoltaic solar technologies, which the company is evaluating for use at its facilities worldwide. Chevron is unveiling 7,700 solar panels installed on 18 acres in Bakersfield, the capital of California's oil patch. Called Project Brightfield, the plant will generate 740 kilowatts of electricity to power nearby oil operations. Any excess electricity will be fed to the power grid. Chevron will test the technologies for three years and decide which might merit use at the company's facilities, or by Chevron Energy Solutions, which builds solar power plants and installs solar arrays for commercial customers.
Alliance to Save Energy Supports Obama's Call for ‘Clean Energy Jobs' to Unleash Multiple Benefits of Energy Efficiency
Sacramento State University, in conjunction with the IEEE Sacramento Valley Section and the SMA Solar Academy, recently held an educational seminar for engineering students and business professionals on the university campus.
SGS Wind Energy Services to Present at European Wind Energy Conference and Exhibition (EWEC) 2010 in
SGS will be at the EWEC 2010 from April 20 - 23, 2010 in Warsaw, Poland. SGS is one of the exhibitors and will present its wind energy services at stand no. 4058 in hall 4.
Conceived to supply a higher power output to ever smaller surfaces, Silfab's new photovoltaic modules SLA 230-245M originate from the company's R&D team with 30 years of experience in solar technologies development.
Our Solar panels are built with durable special high quality water-white low iron tempered glass,It is made of best grade ,made high efficiency cells and components ,It is made of new improvement coating material and adhersive material UV protection, all weather protection, moisture protection.
EnBW Energie Baden-Wurttemberg (EnBW) is planning to build a solar park in Baden-Wuerttemberg, Germany, using 5.5MW of photovoltaic (PV) modules produced by Solarfun Power.
Marine lighting pioneers Carmanah Technologies Corporation and Sabik Oy announced that the two organizations have joined forces to deliver a complete range of marine lighting solutions under the Carmanah/Sabik brand.
Industry leaders reach across border -- from the Wilmington-Philadelphia corridor to Ontario, Canada -- to join forces
SolarSaver financing allows homeowners to have all of the benefits of a custom designed and installed solar system for no upfront cost.
The Boulder Country Club was able to take advantage of a unique opportunity to finance the installation cost of a solar system to help them become more efficient and save money on operating costs.
Strategic alliance formed to accelerate the widespread adoption of renewable energy by operating companies and property owners
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