The Laboratory's R&D 100 Awards for 2005 are for an energy modeling software that determines building energy consumption and cost effective energy efficiency upgrades for buildings and a silicon testing system that helps manufacturers determine the quality of silicon material in the early stage of solar cell production.
Quick DOE Action on Appliance Standards Welcome, But Prompt Action Needed on Testing Procedures, Too
At this time of soaring energy prices, consumers and businesses alike urgently need the energy savings promised by minimum appliance efficiency standards.
DOE/Alliance to Save Energy Powerful $avings Campaign Launches Radio PSAs to Educate Consumers on Lowering Energy Bills
The Powerful $avings campaign is aimed at helping consumers reduce their energy bills and helping the nation reduce its overall energy use through energy efficiency.
Researchers with the U.S. Department of Energy's (DOE) National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) have collaborated with Solargenix Energy on the solar collector technology to be used in the development of a 64-megawatt (MW) Solar Thermal Electric Generating Plant in Boulder City, Nev.
Water based fuels are viable, as long as water is only a component of the system.
New Energy Finance's Global Energy Innovation Index (GEIX) soared 19.9% during Q3 2005. The "Kyoto Effect", whereby clean energy companies quoted on markets in countries that ratified the Kyoto Protocol outperform those in countries that did not, widened from 47.2% in Q2 to 66.6% in Q3.
The Global Village Energy Partnership (GVEP) and the Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency Partnership (REEEP) have signed a formal agreement to commit themselves to cooperating in order to promote clean energy systems, while leveraging each organisation's delivery infrastructure.
SunPower Corp. today announced that a team of students from the University of Colorado, won the 2005 Solar Decathlon, by building a house powered entirely by SunPower's high-performance solar panels. In addition to the grand prize, Colorado also won three of 10 Solar Decathlon contests.
Xantrex Technology Inc. (TSX:XTX) sponsored three of the top five university teams that participated at the Solar Decathlon in Washington, DC from October 7th to 16th, 2005.
Catering to a diverse customer base around the globe via their online store (AltEnergyStore.com) and catalog, the Alternative Energy Store recently announced a new non-profit program that offers products at a discounted rate to certified non-profit organizations.
Statement of Solar Energy Industries Association President Rhone Resch on the 2005 Solar Decathlon Results
Using off-the-shelf solar energy systems that are available in today's marketplace, the Solar Decathletes have built attractive, effective, and energy-efficient homes.
This new full-featured, UL1741-listed product can be installed in PV installations ranging in size from 90kW to 1MW.
Solar Energy Industries Association Names U.S. Senator Lamar Alexander, New Jersey BPU President Jeanne Fox, Arizona Corporation Commissioner Kris Mayes as Solar Energy Champions of the Year
"These leaders have done more to advance solar energy from their positions than any other in the country," said Rhone Resch, president of SEIA.
These lights, using LED lamps powered by solar energy, illuminate a pathway from the College's residence hall area and its well-known "globe" to its athletic fields.
Project on Schedule for Full-Scale Production by Summer of 2006
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