Despite Exxon Mobil Corp.'s well-publicized stance in support of fossil fuels, the oil giant said on Tuesday that it is sponsoring a program to bring a zero-emission electric vehicle to Baltimore. The car, called the Maya 300, is a partnership between the oil company and electric-vehicle maker Electrovaya. Exxon is providing parts for the Electrovaya's lithium-ion battery. The Maya 300 is slated to be available for sale in 2011, but visitors to the Maryland Science Center can test drive it for free, beginning on Tuesday, on a track inside the building. Full story here.
Cenex welcomes Department for Transport announcement of winning van suppliers in Low Carbon Vehicle Procurement Programme
It's official: Tesla Motors has won approval for $465 million in low-interest direct loans from the Department of Energy under the delayed Advanced Technology Vehicle Manufacturing Program. Tesla, which now sells a $109,000 electric sports car, has just been awarded what the DOE calls "conditional loan commitments" to set up manufacturing in California. This represents a huge step for the startup on its at-times bumpy road to producing the long-planned electric sedan, the Model S, and accelerating its nascent battery pack supply business.
Growth Energy is dedicated to increasing the use and availability of ethanol and we need your voice to join the growing chorus of support for expanding use of America's clean, green and homegrown alternative to gasoline: ethanol.
American Superconductor Corporation (NASDAQ: AMSC), a leading energy technologies company, has published a white paper entitled "Superconductor Electricity Pipelines Carrying Renewable Electricity Across the U.S.A. Out of Sight and Out of Harm's Way."
Proven eco-friendly technology helps municipalities, governments reduce deficits
Scholarships have been awarded by Silicon Valley Power to seven City of Santa Clara (CA) residents who will be pursuing undergraduate, doctoral, and technical school studies associated with clean renewable energy sources.
Rocky Mountain Clean Tech Open competition draws record number of clean tech entrepreneurs, previewing the future of region's economy.
Electric automaker Global Electric Motorcars helps Dominican Republic eco-resort Cap Cana boost its green operations by providing a fleet of NEVs.
Bay Harbor Parade to Showcase Over 200 GEM Battery-Electric Vehicles
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.
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