Removal of Utility Prohibition to Have Major Impact on Solar Market

The passage of H.R. 1424, the Emergency Economic Stabilization Act of 2008, provides critical news for the solar industry at large, but also for regulated electric utilities looking to diversify their energy mix with solar electric generation.

Congress Extends Energy Efficiency Tax Incentives

The bill also includes extensions of a variety of renewable energy tax incentives.

RainTube Achieves Gold Level Cradle-To-Cradle Certification From MBDC

RainTube manufacturer, GLI Systems Inc. becomes one of only eleven in world to reach rigorous environmental milestone.

Nuclear Decommissioning at Dounreay Requires Mission Critical Compliance Management Technology

Compliant decommissioning at Dounreay means meeting unyielding standards with GRC system flexibility

Flower Bed Energy has new agenda for solar tech!

Flower Bed Energy has a patented new technology called flower bed tech. It uses all kinds of photovoltaic cells to produce the same amount of energy a solar panel systems would in 1/4 of the space. To some people this may not sound relevant but imagine...

RainTube and Rainwater H2OG form alliance to market innovative Rainwater Rescue solutions

Agreement pairs award winning green gutter filtration product with most versatile water storage product to provide a full RainWater Rescue solution

RainTube Acquires Rights to Rainbarrels

RainTube acquires exclusive distribution rights to Rainbarrelman eco-friendly rain harvesting products.

Carmanah Receives $1 Million Order to Power Telecom Project in North Africa with Solar Technology

Carmanah Technologies Corporation has received an initial $1 million order from Lyon, France-based telecom provider TWIST to supply solar power systems for a telecommunications project in North Africa.

Green Plug Available To Comment on GAO Report Critical Of EPA Re: E-Waste Disposal

Company Calls Reuse 'the Best Form of Recycling,' Decries Environmental Cost of Tossing 379 Million External Power Supplies Annually

Solectria Renewables Expands Management Team

LAWRENCE, Mass., October 1, 2008 — Solectria Renewables has added two new members to its growing management team. Scott M. Bowden joins as Business Development Manager and Brad Sherman as Sales Associate.

UNCOVERING ENERGY INEFFICIENCIES

Energy inefficiency is not easily noticed in facilities. Aging infrastructure, high energy and maintenance costs are all proxies for energy inefficiency in facilities. Typically if an energy audit has not been done at a facility in the last five years, and is accompanied by some of the conditions mentioned above it is a good candidate for an energy action plan.

5 PRACTICAL SOLAR APPLICATIONS

You've got some money saved and going solar crossed your mind. But you'd rather have new floors or walls, or invest in the little addition you always wanted. Why not do both?

BIO-FUEL MARKET SET TO GROW

Middle Eastern oil sheiks move over. There's a new kid on the energy block!

CLEAN ENERGY FROM ANAEROBIC DIGESTION

The livestock industry is a vitally important contributor to the economy of any country, regardless of the degree of industrialization. Animal manure is a valuable source of renewable energy; additionally, it has soil enhancement properties.

MR. PICKENS ... WHAT ABOUT PLUG-IN HYBRIDS?

Plug-in cars appear to be a natural companion to wind power. Presumably car owners would plug their vehicles in at night to recharge. Evening is typically a windy time, so turbines would whir, pushing power into the grid to feed the cars.

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