Energy Efficiency: A Key Issue Before China Energy Sector

One of the major issues faced by the Chinese economy, particularly in energy sector, is energy efficiency. The country ought to tackle this issue if it wants to reduce its CO2 emission rate.

Solar power rebate doubled for Australia

New rebates for Australians wishing to install solar panels.

UniRac Recognized for Progressive Manufacturing

UniRac's Lean Manufacturing drive has been recognized with a 2007 Progressive Manufacturing Award from Managing Automation.

Acumentrics Debuts Fuel Cell Powered Home Energy Product

The Acumentrics AHEAD combined heat and power device provides residential electricity and heat. It is powered by fuel cells. Excess heat from the fuel cells is captured for hot water. Heat is supplemented with a condensing boiler.

E85 Stations Surpass 1,200 Locations!

There are currently over 1,200 E85 fueling locations across the U.S.

The Renewable Energy Centre Announces its Support for £28million "Wave Hub" Project

Following the announcement of the secured funding for the World's largest Wave Farm to be built just off the coast of Cornwall, The Renewable Energy Centre is actively supporting the growth of this source of renewable energy, with a section on its website dedicated to wave and tidal power.

The Solar Center, Inc. acquires Sunwave Technologies in Long Island Expansion

The Solar Center Acquires Sunwave Solar of Long Island, NY

CTE is First Consortia Under Contract with FTA's NFCBP

The Federal Transit Administration (FTA) today announced that it is now under contract with the Center for Transportation and the Environment (CTE) to begin work on two projects selected in October 2006 as part of FTA's National Fuel Cell Bus Technology Development Program (NFCBP).

April 2007: India Launches 5% EBP Program in Hyderabad

India launched a countrywide 5% EBP (Ethanol Blended Petrol) Program at Hyderabad in April 2007, which aims to improve energy security in the country.

Karanj and Jatropha: Key Elements of New Biofuel Mission in India

In its nationwide biofuel mission, India emphasizes on two key plants namely Karanj and Jatropha for encouraging alternative sources of energy.

Victorville Teams with Ice Energy to Win California's Flex Your Power Award

Ice Energy's Award-Winning Permanent Load Shifting Technology Drives Daytime Air Conditioning Demand Reduction

Harnessing the World's Vast Untapped Hydropower Potential

Bourne Energy has developed a novel hydropower technology, that does not require a dam or reservoir to produce power, promises to open up vast hydropower potential creating a new age of hydropower that can help move the world toward sustainability.

Odyne Corp. Announces Exclusive Agreement with Dueco, Inc.

An agreement with Dueco, Inc., to develop a proprietary plug-in hybrid electric vehicle propulsion system optimized for aerial lift truck applications.

NOTENIKS DEVELOPS ECOLOGY SOFTWARE FOR YOUNG CHILDREN

NoteNiks' Respect Our Earth software teaches children ages 5 - 10 the basics of recycling, energy conservation, creative reuse and more!

New Eco Rap Video Encourages People to Take Action Against Climate Change

Video Promotes Tree Planting to Grow the World an Afro! PATT Foundation, a UK charity, today launched the release of Go With Da Fro - an eco rap video animation highlighting deforestation and climate change issues with the message to PLANT MORE TREES.

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