Dave Egles - founder and president of Home Energy Solutions (HES) - brings his expertise to the Canadian Solar Industries Association (CanSIA) Conference to reveal how Ontario residents can generate money by investing in the environment.
The Padua-based company is now considering North America to develop an integrated photovoltaic supply chain - from solar grade polysilicon to turn-key solar plants - based on a "Green-to-Green" business model. Meanwhile, Silfab is building next-generation solar farms in Italy and Europe
U.S. Department of Commerce, Austin Energy to keynote conference
Sustainable Energy To Deliver up to 240 MW of SUNERGY Solar Power Inverters for Ontario Market Made-in-Ontario Inverters for Rooftop and Ground Mount Systems on Display at CanSIA Solar Showcase
A green show is coming to the greater St. Louis area January 22-24, 2010
By this time next year, electric vehicles could be popping up all around Los Angeles, and the "quintessential city of sprawl" plans to be ready, Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa said Tuesday. Along with a network of partners, the city plans to update 400 existing charging stations around the region while adding 100, Villaraigosa said. Electric vehicle owners also probably would receive tax rebates to construct home chargers and would have access to high-occupancy-vehicle lanes and preferential or free parking. Villaraigosa painted a rosy portrait in which the new electric vehicle infrastructure would lure battery and charging station manufacturers to Los Angeles, create masses of green jobs and reduce reliance on foreign oil.
ViAlign, the newest service from Viability, provides subscribing clients with up-to-date communication on relevant grants, incentives, legislation and technologies regarding renewable energy or energy-efficiency projects.
Go Green Expo, the nation's premier green business and sustainable lifestyle show known for its innovative and interactive programming, today announced an exciting and exclusive television partnership for its 2010 tour with the CBS Television Stations group.
The City of Los Angeles is working with Carmanah Technologies to illuminate off grid locations with solar power. As part of a green streetlight program, the City is replacing high pressure sodium lighting fixtures with hardwired LED streetlights such as the LEDway™ luminaire from BetaLED®.
UK-based Neptune Renewable Energy Ltd (NREL) is counting down to the deployment of the first full-scale demonstrator of its world-leading Proteus tidal stream power plant in the Humber Estuary at Hull.
A new energy auditing curriculum has been developed for the U.S. Department of Interior.
The future of solar technology was on display at the U.S. Department of Energy Solar Decathlon, held in Washington D.C., where teams utilizing SMA inverter technology took four of the top five spots, including two-time overall winner Team Germany.
- High gas barrier back sheet for thinner photovoltaic modules -
Ecology and Environment Sets the Sustainability Bar Even Higher in Achieving an 80-Percent Carbon Reduction at Net Cost Savings.
How can you invest the time and money necessary to make our planet greener while your company is struggling? It's no secret that many "green" initiatives require massive capital expenditures and changes in policies by government, but is there a green solution that actually saves you money.
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