Saniglow Uses Thermography to Pinpoint Inefficient Home Energy Use

Saniglow Cleaners, a residential and commercial cleaning company operating out of Brighton, Michigan, provides home thermal imaging services to the local area.

DEK Solar Adds New Project Manager to the Team

Following the recent launch of the PV3000 solar metallization line, DEK Solar has extended its team even further with the addition of new Solar Project Manager, George Foot. Designed to support the growing demand for the company's services, the new role is focused on the development of next-generation solar solutions.

PV Trackers®, Provider of the Most Cost Effective Solar Tracking Systems, and Granite Bay Energy Announce Contracts for 1MW of Solar Arrays Near Sacramento

PV Trackers®, provider of the most cost-effective solar tracking systems, is supplying over 1MW of trackers to Granite Bay Energy on three projects in the greater Sacramento area.

Energy Management Software Backed by Cisco, GE, Comcast

Energy management could end up being the killer app for the slow-moving home automation market. Here’s the latest: iControl, a 5-year-old start-up backed by some of the biggest names in venture capital and networking announced this morning that it has launched an energy management product for utilities, broadband service providers and security firms. Out of the gate the company expects its customers to provide consumers a smart thermostat and a gateway for around $70. They expect broadband service providers to offer the energy management service to their customers for free, potentially bundled with a security system, and energy will act as a differentiator or value-add service, instead of a major revenue driver.

Edward Unwin Joins Vertegy as Project Specialist

Vertegy today announced that it has once again expanded its staff to keep pace with the growing demand for green and sustainable consulting services with the addition of Edward Unwin as project specialist.

Valley View, Texas, Schools Improve Efficiency through Performance Contract with Schneider Electric

The Valley View (Texas) Independent School District, is implementing $1.2 million in facility enhancements designed to improve operations, comfort and efficiency at nine district buildings. Schneider Electric will complete the work as a performance contract with the district.

A new PACT for creating jobs and saving the climate

A new online platform launched today by the World Future Council provides policymakers throughout the world with the right tools to unleash sustainable energy development. The new PACT website (www.onlinepact.org) embraces eight new policy recommendations on energy efficiency.

ECOAID™ LEADS IN GREEN EDUCATION WITH NEW CARBON PROFESSIONAL SCHOOL

Leading Carbon Neutral Certification Company Launches Green Education Program for Individuals Business and Organization Focusing Carbon Neutrality and Sustainability.

46 Fat Spaniel Customers Honored for Environmental Commitment in Newsweek's Top 500 Green Rankings

Web-based technology helps corporations promote their renewable energy efforts

Lunera Lighting Launches New Web Site and Tools for Customers

ROI Payback Calculator Provides a Quick Insight to LED Lighting Savings

SMA America Expands Sunny Boy Lineup with 8,000 Watt Model

The number-one selling solar inverter line in the worldthe SMA Sunny Boynow features an 8,000 watt model designed and configured specifically for the North American market.

Preparing for the Energy Revolution!

Britain is about to welcome a revolution that will help to meet the two current challenges of climate change and the credit crunch. Businesses and householders are rapidly realising that they can take control of the power they generate to light and heat their homes; and government-set Feed-In-Tariff

SOLAR PANELS PLUS LAUNCHES USA-MADE EVACUATED TUBE COLLECTOR FOR RELIABLE SOLAR WATER HEATING

Solar Panels Plus has launched the SPP-30a, the first USA-made evacuated tube (ET) collector for solar water heaters.

Solar Powered Window Blinds

Briz Solar Powered Window Blinds designed by Nari Kim and Phullip Lim uses water as a cooling agent. There are two pipes beneath the blinds which help to circulate water which gets evaporated as dry mist. It is this mist which cools the breeze which enters the window. So you get natural air and the sunlight streaming through the blinds is collected and used to power the cooling system.

Panzhihua: China steel boomtown maps low-carbon future

The industrial boomtown of Panzhihua, China has adopted an exhaustive long-term roadmap to bring the city to the cutting edge of sustainable energy in China. The plan, partially funded by REEEP, targets a shift from steel to services, increased energy efficiency and the development of renewables.

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