Few nations are better positioned -- or motivated -- to fuse the fight against recession and global warming than Spain. The country is already a leader in renewable fuels through $30 billion in public support and has been cited by the Obama administration as a model for the creation of a green economy. Spain generates about 24.5 percent of its electricity through renewable sources, compared with about 7 percent in the United States. But with unemployment at 18.5 percent, the government here is preparing to take a dramatic next step. Through a combination of new laws and public and private investment, officials estimate that they can generate a million new green jobs over the next decade.
PARALEX propels Sustainable Energy to forefront of solar power industry and sets a new standard for rooftop solar power by delivering higher energy yields at safe voltages with the lowest cost of ownership
Carmanah Technologies has unveiled the newest design in solar LED lighting: the EverGEN™ 1710 solar-powered area light. The EverGEN 1710 light combines advanced motion-sensing capabilities with a range of energy saving operating profiles to ensure bright, reliable illumination whenever and wher
Yeah, that doesn't sound so great given the current limited range of EVs, but solar installer SolarCity has decided to lend a hand and has built a set of four solar electric-car charging stations along U.S. Route 101 . SolarCity is calling the project the world's first solar-powered electric-car charging corridor. Each station comes equipped with a 29-kilowatt solar-power system that's connected to the electrical grid, so that drivers can charge their vehicles even when the sun isn't shining. The stations are fast-charging, meaning that they feed electricity into the vehicles more speedily than standard wall outlets. But they still will take more than three hours to fully charge an electric car.
Extra low voltage inverter achieves maximum return on investment for rooftop applications and ensures safety for commercial and public sector buildings
The new International Solar Energy Conference and Exhibition 2009 (IPVSEE 2009), the largest PV Solar show in China, is set for inaugural opening November 18th-20th 2009, at the World Trade Center, Beijing, China.
Ausra Names Thomas Caulfield as President & Chief Operating Officer whose in-depth OEM experience will strengthen and complement Ausra's management team and accelerate the company's transition from a power plant developer to a steam systems provider.
Economic impact of SOLAR 2010 in Phoenix estimated at $3 - 6 million; highlights rapidly growing industry that generates 8.5 million jobs in U.S.
The total project capital investment is estimated at $175,200,000 including interconnection costs. The project is expected to generate 100 full time jobs during the 18 month construction phase. The project's energy production will provide renewable power generation for approximately 6,000 homes.
Lufft welcomes Ann Cavanaugh-Pattison as the new US Business Development Director. She brings with her six years of experience in wind. Lufft is introducing its new line of ultrasonic anemometers to the US wind industry this fall.
Research portal www.renewable-energy-search.com for market research studies in the area of the cleantech business offers its services now for free. Clients have access to a keyword-driven search engine to find significant information about the green business.
Canada remains the ninth most attractive country in the world for renewable energies, according to the latest global analysis by Ernst & Young.
The United States Navy base in Djibouti buys solar floodlights from SolEnergy, Cape Town.
SVP, in Santa Clara, CA has long worked toward increasing its Renewable Energy Portfolio. Therefore it's no surprise the municipal electric utility is already far ahead of green power requirements mandated this week by Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger.
Panasonic is set to release the EverLed series of light bulbs-the most efficient LEDs ever produced- next month in Japan. The bulbs use 1/8 the power of an incandescent and are said to get up to 19 years of burn time. They will retail for roughly $40 US and use only 85 lumens per watt for 40W bulbs and 82.6 lm/W for the 60W bulbs so the cost to run one could be as low as $2 per year when their 19-year lifespan is taken into account.
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