Spitting In The Wind

The National Renewable Energy Laboratory is creating a small wind turbine testing facility, and with the help from industry experts, is creating a testing standard for manufacturers so we can finally compare apples to apples.

Tim Kubista of ELEMENTS

It is in defining the brand and communicating it effectively that a company is able to distinguish itself in a very noisy and competitive marketplace.

Gaia Transport Corporation Plans to Develop Cogeneration Vehicle Charging System

Marietta, GA - Gaia Transport Corporation (GTC) has announced plans to develop a Cogeneration Vehicle Charging System for use in charging electric and plug-in hybrid vehicles. The patent-pending system enables vehicle owners to generate electricity at super-high efficiency and low cost.

New Analysis Concludes Fuel Cell Vehicles Are The Best Pathway to Environmental and Energy Security

Fuel cells and hydrogen fuel are the only motor vehicle technology option that will respond effectively to global warming during this century, according to a new analysis by a Washington expert in alternative fuels.

RES Reports: Foreign Investment in Thin Film Solar Stock Attributed to Momentum

Renewable Energy Stocks Sector Close- Up on Solar Stocks Performance; "Solar Stocks Exploded to the Upside" Reports J. Peter Lynch

Monitis Announces Advanced Systems Monitoring as a Service

Monitis Inc., a leading provider of web applications, systems and network monitoring and analytics service, announces upgrade of its systems monitoring service. The new launch is in line with Monitis strategy to serve as one-stop monitoring destination for IT and business users.

National Hydrogen Association Brings Emerging Markets and Hydrogen Power to California.

"Ramping Up Commercialization"--the theme for the 19th annual NHA Hydrogen Conference with Hydrogen Expo U.S., March 30 - April 3.

Morningstar Introduces the SunSaver MPPT' Controller

The controller (15 amps at 12/24 volts) features a smart tracking algorithm that maximizes the energy harvest from the PV. This product also provides load control to prevent over discharge of the battery.

The Renewable Energy Centre comments on Hutton's ongoing push for Nuclear Energy

John Hutton this week called for the expansion of the UK's nuclear industry. The speech preceded an agreement due to be signed by Gordon Brown and the French President, Nicolas Sarkozy which promoting French reactor technology in the new power stations planned for the UK.

Southern California Edison Launches Nations Largest Solar Panel Installation

Will convert 65 million square feet of unused roofs into solar generating stations


Award Recognizes Quality and Operational Performance in Delivery of CONDIS® Products

Cenex and John Lewis Partnership team up to discuss challenges on low carbon transportation

At a recent conference held at the Sir Bernard Miller Centre in Cookham, Berkshire, Cenex, the UK's first national Centre of Excellence for low carbon and fuel cell technologies, and The John Lewis Partnership (JLP) laid down an Eco Van and Eco Lorry Challenge to the UK

Live Demos with Hydrogen, New Fuel Cell Products

90 Exhibitors from 11 Countries at the NHA Conference & Hydrogen Expo Expo dates: March 30-April 1, 2008 Conference: March 30-April 3, 2008


Yet Another Milestone for the Hugely Popular Solar Power Device

"Power Up at Hagley" Festival

Hagley Museum and Library joins with Power Up Gambia to present "Power Up at Hagley" Festival on Sunday, April 20, 2008 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Explore ways for meeting energy needs past, present, and future through activities for the entire family. Admission is free.

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