The Franklin (PA) Area School District is implementing $3.3 M in facility upgrades to improve efficiency at five campuses. TAC by Schneider Electric will complete the work as a performance contract and guarantees the district will reduce energy and maintenance costs by more than $91,000 annually.
The Solar Thermal Industry is looking confidently toward the future following a strong performance in 2008, when the European market grew by 60%.
BTU International, a leading supplier of advanced thermal processing equipment for the alternative energy and electronics manufacturing markets, will highlight its next generation technologies in booth 8157 at Intersolar North America, on July 14-16, 2009 at the Moscone Center in San Francisco.
National Demonstration Program for Lumen IQ(TM) streetlight optimization technology
Last month, Western Australian born and educated Dr George W. Taylor, Executive Chairman of Ocean Power Technologies received the 2009 Renewable Energy Navigator Award from the Foundation for Ocean Renewables.
According to the UN, the year 2008 was the first year that global investment in new power generation capacity from renewable energy technologies was more than investment in fossil-fuelled technologies.
As the Obama team focuses on renewable energy projects, more money is designated for the seas
The global market for solar energy has grown substantially in the past several years, and Parker's Electromechanical Automation Division, a leading supplier of motion control technology, is keeping in step with demand, as you'll see if you visit us at the upcoming Intersolar show in San Francisco.
Power industry veteran to lead Ausra's solar thermal systems sales team and accelerate the company's global market reach
MENA Renewable Energy 2009, a conference from the Jacob Fleming Group aims to bring to the forefront the various opportunities and challenges that exist in the Renewable Energy Industry in MENA
The United States Coast Guard has placed an order for hundreds of solar-LED marine lanterns from Carmanah Technologies to replace older incandescent lanterns while providing an additional level of safety and security for marine traffic and Gulf Coast communities during the hurricane season.
This new device will let utilities offer consumers the latest smart energy technology using the proven TaleXus smart pay-as-you-go (PAYG) platform. EnergyPOINT.net™ will allow consumers using a smart key PAYG meter the convenience of purchasing energy credit and managing payments online. Consumers will top up their smart key by inserting it into a specially designed unit that plugs into a computer's USB port. They will be able to add credit to their meter by accessing a custom webpage, via their utility's website, and will purchase energy using a debit card.
It is official! ASP is now selling monocrystalline solar panels manufactured with one hundred percent American made components.
Company Receives 2009 Pioneer Awards for Ocean Energy Producing Technology -- ORPC received two awards today at the 2009 Energy Ocean Conference for the company's achievements in developing ocean energy technology and its significant progress in making ocean energy commercially viable.
Automakers are affirming and in some cases accelerating their fuel cell commercialization time tables this summer despite the current controversy over U.S. funding for hydrogen fuel cell vehicles.
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