The BC Games Society announced it has replaced the natural gas torch that burned in 44 host communities across the province over the past 25 years. In its place the Society unveiled a new 'green' BC Games torch at a short ceremony held this morning at Camosun College.
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One solar PV innovation has largely flown under the radar: pole mounted solar electric panels. That is, mounting solar PV panels on a steel pole anchored in cement, fully capable of adjusting to daily and seasonal sun positions.
Hurricane Wind power LLC of Virginia is set to release its new line of wind turbines that eliminate the need for the consumers to use battery banks. In the past that has been a downfall for the average user interested in using wind power.
Hurricane Wind Power LLC of Virginia releases highest efficiency generator head on market for home wind generator building.
The newly developed Battery Management System (BMS) from Clayton Power provides new opportunities for storing alternative energy in small or large scale lithium battery banks.
Sustainable On-Site CHP Systems: Design, Construction and Operations, has just been released by McGraw-Hill.
Fortech Inc. launches Smart Grid offerings, C.E.O Bhasker Rao looking for partners.
Using laser-fusion technology, experts hope to add "clean, inexhaustible energy source" to the laser's distinguished resume. Using lasers in combination with nuclear fusion, scientists at the Department of Energy's National Ignition Facility (NIF) hope to mimic "the process that fuels the sun, stars and hydrogen bombs," Robert S. Boyd writes for McClatchy Newspapers. The researchers plan to combine 192 lasers in order to create the pressure and heat needed to force hydrogen atoms to fuse; the "combination loses a tiny bit of mass, which turns into a huge quantity of energy," Boyd explains. "It's Einstein's formula in action." According to NIF, a laser-fusion energy plant would never pose a threat of meltdown, as opposed to the traditional atomic energy plant. It would emit little radioactive fallout and zero greenhouse gases. Unlike solar or wind power, it wouldn't be dependent on weather conditions and could operate round-the-clock.
As a testament to its prominent expertise in the green construction industry, Vertegy was recently recruited by the AGC to develop and update a course aimed at training individuals in the construction industry on the new LEED guidelines for new construction.
KIT and European Partners are Awarded Contract for One out of Three European Knowledge and Innovation Communities - Funds Presumably Total about 150 Million Euros Until 2014
On September 23, 2009, the SGS Wind Competence Center provided Norderland Projekt GmbH with Statement of Compliance (SoC) for the design basis of their two offshore wind farms - Northern Energy Global Tech II and Northern Energy Global Tech III.
Reno ESP to Help Office Building Owners Comply With New Green Legislation, Including Free Energy Star Ratings
Victoria, British Columbia, December 16, 2009 - Streetlight Intelligence Inc. is pleased to announce that, further to its news release dated April 9, 2009, the Company has received an initial rollout order for 500 Lumen IQ(TM) Lamp Controllers from the Pacific Green Energy Initiative.
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