Largest Array of Solar-Powered Outdoor Streetlights in New England

Renewable energy lights up Massachusetts Maritime Academy this week

UrbanScooters.com Offers The All New Go-Ped I-Ped

UrbanScooters.com is proud to announce the release of the new Go-Ped I-Ped Electric Scooter.

Signet Solar Begins Customer Shipments

Rolls Out First MW of Solar PV Panels

How About Some Optimism For a Change?

Here is what the future may hold if roadmaps, predictions and policy targets all come true. 2010: 5.2 percent reduction in greenhouse gas emissions emissions from 1990 levels is achieved by those countries that signed the Kyoto Protocol. 20 percent of California's electricity comes from renewables. Toyota releases a plug-in hybrid electric vehicle. 2018: 100 percent of U.S. electricity comes from solar, wind and other renewables (Gore's prediction). $255 billion spent per year (more than four times what is currently spent) on biofuels, wind power, solar photovoltaics, and hydrogen fuel cells. $150 billion invested by this date by the U.S. government on climate-friendly energy development (Obama's plan). Read More.

Sarah Kurtz Principal scientest at NREL discusses the key to high efficieny CPV cells

Interview with Sarah Kurtz principal scientist at NREL, discussing the issue of key to high efficiency cells for concentrated photovoltaics in relation to a talk she will give at the upcoming Concentrated Photovoltaics summit in San Diego this February.

Brits admit they are secretly green to save the pennies, not the planet

Never mind going green to save the planet, two in five Brits, 41%, admit to telling their friends they are being environmentally friendly, but secretly they are doing so to save money, according to new research from Legal & General.

Solar Leader confirms commitment to Australia

Solar Leader confirms commitment to Australia, asks Australian Government for commitment to solar

Flying Electric Generators?

According to Skywindpower.com, the energy in the high altitude winds is more than enough to meet the world's energy needs, it is non global warming, and the means of capturing this energy are available through a little further development of technologies that do not require any fundamental scientific breakthroughs. Truly high energy winds are at altitudes miles above us, not just at a few hundred feet where they can be tapped by rotors on towers. The total swept area for a Flying Electric Generator of the same megawatt rating as a ground based wind turbine is typically about a quarter as much. Yet the Flying Electric Generator would produce far more megawatt hours of electricity per year due to the much higher high altitude wind speeds and constancy. Read More.

Investorideas.com Themes Online Investor Conference for 2009

The Future of Renewable Energy and Cleantech under an Obama Administration; Investorideas.com Themes Online Investor Conference for 2009

CMR SELECTS FUEL CELL CARTRIDGES FROM VIASPACE

CMR Fuel Cells plc, today confirms it has engaged Direct Methanol Fuel Cell Corporation ('DMFCC'), a subsidiary of Viaspace, to design a methanol fuel cell cartridge for the Company's stand-alone, hybrid 25W Hybrid Direct Methanol Fuel Cell ('DMFC') charger.

Bharatbook.com is glad to promote Nuclear Energy - A New Hope for India report

Bharatbook.com included a new report on Nuclear Energy which provides information on the present and future scenario of Indian nuclear power industry.

Green credit card promotes sustainable living

ANZ and leading renewable energy company Jackgreen Ltd [ASX: JGL]) have joined forces to create the ANZ First Easy Being Green Visa card, which will offer consumers a six month interest-free period for the cost of installing an Easy Being Green environmentally friendly solar hot water system.

New Charge Contollers Reduce Electronic Noise

Rogue Engineering announced they will be expanding the Rhino Line of Charge Controllers with two more models: The Rhino-10 and The Rhino-20.

Spray On Solar Cells

An inch-long array of some of the tiniest solar cells ever built has been successfully tested as a power source for microscopic machines, a new study reports. Instead of using silicon, Xiaomei Jiang and her colleagues from the University of South Florida turned to a polymer (a long organic molecule made of repeating structural units). The polymer they selected has the same electrical properties as silicon wafers, but can be dissolved and printed onto flexible material. Jiang and her colleagues made 20 tiny cells - each the size of a lower case "o" in standard 12-point print - and joined them together in an array to power a microscopic chemical detector. Read more here.

GeoSmart Energy CEO Receives National Leadership Award

Stan Marco among the geothermal industry's most well-respected and highly sought after knowledge experts

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Kipp & Zonen - DustIQ the novel soiling monitoring solution for solar panels

Kipp & Zonen - DustIQ the novel soiling monitoring solution for solar panels

Soiling of the panel glass is one of the major problems in the rapidly expanding solar energy market, with the attendant loss of efficiency and reduction in performance ratios. Now, there's a new, simple and very cost-effective alternative. Based on Kipp & Zonen's unique Optical Soiling Measurement (OSM) technology, DustIQ can be easily added to new or existing solar arrays and integrated into plant management systems. The unit is mounted to the frame of a PV panel and does not need sunlight to operate. It continuously measures the transmission loss through glass caused by soiling, so that the reduction in light reaching the solar cells can be calculated.