INDUSTRIAL and commercial equipment supplier, Slingsby, has beaten off fierce competition to win Business in the Community's (BITC) Yorkshire and Humber Carbon Reduction Award in recognition of its environmental commitment.
World's Largest Photovoltaic Testing Center Selected to Help Share Sandia's Testing Model
American Superconductor to Receive $12 Million Under the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act for Ongoing Superconductor Power Cable and Fault Current Limiter Projects
The SEED Awards, SoCal Environmental Excellence Development, are given to Southern California businesses that have exhibited excellence in helping improve environmental sustainability and quality of life in the greater South Bay Area of Los Angeles.
BTEC closes its Founding Member period with 57 members
Smart has unveiled a new green driving initiative called 'smart eco driving'.
CleanLaunch: Igniting clean technology start-ups
Claus Jacobsen, sales director of wind turbine manufacturer, Evance, responds to the government's renewable energy strategy, announced on 15 July.
Germany has been leading the way towards a healthy solar energy market for some years now. Despite the global economic crisis, and a decreasing feed-in tariff, the German market has been reporting growth figures of around 20-30% per year.
The Solar Electric Light Fund today announced the successful completion of the largest solar installation at a remote health clinic in Africa. The 10kW solar electric system provides power for the new Village Health Works clinic in Kigutu, Burundi, an unelectrified village 95 km from the capital.
The report will provide an in-depth analysis of the state of the global hydrogen economy, centered on PATH partner countries.
Designed to accommodate specific needs of residential and commercial installations
Wave energy developer Aquamarine Power welcomes the £60m package for marine renewable energy development announced yesterday [July 15] by the Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC) under The UK Low Carbon Transition Plan.
Jetstream Wind Inc. officials said the $219 million plant would use electricity from wind, solar and other renewable energy sources to separate water into hydrogen and oxygen. The hydrogen would then be burned in a turbine - similar to those used by natural gas-fired power plants - to generate enough electricity to power about 6,000 homes and businesses. The 10-megwatt plant also would be capable of capturing and storing oxygen in liquid and gaseous forms for use in the medical field or other secondary markets.
Despite of the current economic crisis, the development of energy sector is growing up. The EE & RES Congress and Exhibition in 2009 reinforced its position as the leading technology and marketing event for South East Europe as the number of the exhibitors is double in comparison with 2008.
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