Maxwell Technologies Introduces 125-Volt Boostcap(R) Ultracapacitor Module

The new module is to be implemented into heavy hybrid and electric vehicles.

UK Ministry Offsets Annual Air Travel Emissions with African CDM Project

Deal involves 38,000 tonnes of carbon from FCO Ministers and staff

International Solar Energy Trade Mission to China will visit 5 major manufacturers

The participants in the second "PV Business Tour China 2006" from 26 November to 1 December 2006 will visit major Chinese manufacturers such as Suntech Power, CEEG Nanjing PV-Tech, Trina Solar Energy and Shanghai Topsola.

Focus on Energy Presents Solar Energy Conference

Conference demonstrates the practicality of solar electric systems for Wisconsin.

Minnesota Researches E85 Conversion Kits

Last year Minnesota Governor Tim Pawlenty (R) signed into law legislation that will move the state to a 20 percent ethanol standard by 2013.

SCHOTT to Build New Solar Receiver Manufacturing Facility in Spain

SCHOTT today announced plans to establish a second manufacturing facility for solar receivers in Spain. By opening a second solar receiver plant in the Sevilla region, SCHOTT will effectively double its current solar receiver production capacity by the beginning of 2008.

U.S. Colleges and Universities Form National Coalition for Renewable Energy

A coalition of college and university presidents and academic leaders has called upon American institutions of higher learning to commit to renewable energy by greening their campuses, investing in the industry and teaching future generations about renewable energy.

Russia: a fresh lease of life to water treatment in Europe

The Russian municipal water market has gained the attention of some of the major water market players in Europe as a potentially large and expanding market. In 2005 the total revenues in the Russian water and wastewater treatment market were $960 million.

Cruise Car's Solar-powered "Sunray" a HUGE Hit at Solar Power Conference

Solar Powered Cruise Cars Add to Environmental Consumer Choices

Sustainable Energy Begins High Volume Delivery of Flagship "SUNERGY" Inverters

-5+ Megawatt project positions company for growth -

Price decrease for solar modules might start consolidation in solar PV supply chain

The solar energy market and industry have been experiencing a price decrease in solar modules since the second half of 2006. Based on its contacts with suppliers and the activities on the Trading Floor, SolarPlaza experienced a price fall of 10% or even more compared to just a few months ago.

New and Renewable Energy Centre confirms influential position in world of Transmission testing

The High Voltage Testing Laboratory at Hebburn based New and Renewable Energy Centre has secured a three-year testing contract for National Grid substation equipment. The deal coincides with confirmed plans for the Centre to house the UK's High Voltage Reference Measurement Standards.

Draining Canada First

About 25% of the crude oil and 80% of the natural gas imported into the U. S. come Canada. For how long? Not very.

Greens Pro-active on Solar power

An exciting new election pitch by the Green Party proposes that every Australian man, woman and child would wash under a solar heated shower.

energyproject.com launches to help households beat the cold

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