LED Holiday Lighting, Other Energy-Efficiency Measures, Gifts

High home and vehicle energy costs need not dim your holiday cheer this winter. Energy-efficiency holiday tips from the Alliance to Save Energy can help take the "chill" out of the holiday season by lowering home and vehicle energy bills, pollution, and greenhouse gas emissions.

Carmanah Technologies named 2007 NRC-IRAP Award winner for New Technology in BC/Yukon Region

Canadian Manufacturers & Exporters in partnership with NRC-IRAP, today honoured Victoria's Carmanah Technologies with the 2007 Innovation Award for new technology.

Verde Energy Helps Higher Education Go Green; Invites Students To Get Involved

Verde Energy, a trusted source for competitive bids from the nation's largest network of experienced renewable energy professionals, today announced a nationwide higher education initiative focused on helping colleges and universities successfully integrate renewable energy on campus.

EnerWorks to showcase new products at CanSIA Solar Conference

EnerWorks will be bringing 2 new products to the Canadian market in the spring of 2008: a space-saving single tank residential water heating solution, and a wireless remote thermal energy monitor. These new innovations will be showcased at the CanSIA Solar Conference 2007 show in Toronto, Ontario.

OPEl International Announces Solar Field Installation in the Czech Republic

OPEL International, Inc. (TSX-V:OPL), a leading global developer and supplier of high efficiency concentrating photovoltaic (CPV) panels, today announced it has entered into an agreement with ENERGY 21 for a series of installations.

The Southern California Mojave Desert "PalmTreeGrid" Installation Debuts.

Just imagine, palm trees in the vastness of the Southern California Mojave Desert and an oasis for the human eyes and the desert habitat.

Global Electric Motorcars reveals Special Edition GEM

Today at the LA Auto Show, the Special Edition GEM e4 and e2 were revealed as a part of Chrysler's environmental vision for the future.

OPEL International Announces Private Placement

OPEL International Inc., a leading global developer and supplier of concentrating photovoltaic panels, announced that it intends to raise up to $25 million in a brokered "best efforts" private placement.

Australian Government Funds Project to Replace Kerosene with Renewable Energy

The Australian Government has recently provided AU$100,000 to the Australian Business Council for Sustainable Energy to fund the Pacific Kerosene Displacement Strategies Project. The project will be managed by the Regional Secretariat of the Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency Partnership.

KACO SOLAR USA talks about quality

KACO Solar inverters have the lowest failure rates in the industry. Learn more about why that is.

100 Organizations Demand Sustainable Energy Provisions Be In National Energy Bill

100 Businesses and organizations urge Congress to support renewable energy tax incentives, higher vehicle fuel efficiency standards, and a mandatory renewable electricity standard; but congressional leaders consider dropping key sustainable energy provisions from proposed legislation.

ClimateCare Co-op Helping to Build Ontario Solar Park

ClimateCare, an Ontario-based co-operative of residential heating and cooling contractors, has pledged to be part of the environmental solution by donating a portion of sales of heating and cooling appliances to an Ontario solar energy park.

Solar Decathlon Winners Share a Sunny Link to Success

Top-Ranking Teams Used SMA America Products in Development of High-End Solar Homes

Solving Climate Change - Follow the Money

Climate change is the challenge of our time. It's not our only global problem: terrorism, water shortages, fishery depletion, pervasive hunger and poverty all persist on the planet. Yet climate affects everything, and how we deal with this issue will make matters better or worse.

Are ROCs going far enough to stimulate development of renewable technologies?

Or are FIT (Feed in tariffs) a more attractive option to marine developers?

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Easy monitoring with weather sensors from Lufft

Easy monitoring with weather sensors from Lufft

Professional weather sensors form the heart of large solar plants supporting their operation and performance. Lufft was the first manufacturer to combine several sensors in one housing, bringing the largest multiparameter weather sensor family with 19 members into being. Many of them are well-suited for solar site assessment and continuous monitoring. The most commonly used one is the WS600 delivering data on temperature, air pressure, wind, relative humidity and precipitation. Through its open protocol, it can easily be attached to radiation sensors e.g. from Kipp&Zonen. Other models have an integrated Silicon, Second Class or Secondary Standard radiation sensor.