Power Generation from Renewable Energy: Practical Approaches

RENEWABLE ENERGY THAILAND 2005 : 7-10 JULY 2005 "Thailand International Renewable Energy Conference and Exhibition" Power Generation from Renewable Energy:Practical Approaches July 8, 2005 / 08.30 -17.30 hrs, BITEC, Bangkok, Thailand

Alliance to Save Energy Offers Consumers Summer Energy Tips

Electricity prices go up in summer with increased demand. Chances of power blackouts and brownouts also increase with hot weather. The Alliance to Save Energy offers consumers energy-efficiency tips to lighten the power load in their homes, cut energy bills and pollution.

GT Equipment Technologies Solar Business Sets Records

Solar Energy Revenues, Jobs and Productivity More Than Double in FY-2005

SunPower Announces the Opening of SOLON's Solarpark Gut Erlasse

The World's Largest Solar Electric Power Plant featuring SunPower's High-Performance A-300 Solar Cells

SunPower Corporation Unveils New Line of High-Efficiency Inverters

New Products Specifically Engineered to Maximize Solar Energy Production

INDUSTRIAL SOLAR TECHNOLOGY BEGINS DOE CONTRACT

ADVANCED UTILITY-SCALE SOLAR THERMAL PARABOLIC TROUGH CONCENTRATOR

Clean Air Festival to prevent 2 tonnes of CO2 emissions

Clean Air Festival to use Wind Power Donation from Selectpower will prevent over 2000 kg of Greenhouse Gas Emissions The City of GUelph's Clean Air Festival is scheduled for Wednesday June 8, 2005 and will be powered by wind energy.

CA Controller Steve Westly and Theodore Roosevelt IV to be Keynote Speakers at Renewable Energy Finance Forum

California State Controller Steve Westly and Theodore Roosevelt IV will headline a cast of over 50 nationally recognized speakers at "Renewable Energy Finance Forum - Wall Street".

INTEL: Magnetek Solar Inverters Among Five Best Designs of 2004-2005

Designed for residential use, Aurora inverters change direct electrical current produced by solar panels into utility-grade alternating current and provide the power transmission grid protection required by electric utilities in Europe as well as the U.S.

XsunX Produces Transparent Solar Cell on Thin-Film Plastic

Success on Plastics Extends Business Development Opportunities for XsunX

ICP SOLAR ANNOUNCES PARTNERSHIP WITH TITAN ENERGY SYSTEMS AND THE OPENING OF A NEW...

ICP SOLAR ANNOUNCES PARTNERSHIP WITH TITAN ENERGY SYSTEMS AND THE OPENING OF A NEW DISTRIBUTION FACILITY IN TEXAS Manufacturing and supply chain enhancements increase productivity and accelerate distribution capabilities

D1 Oils: Preliminary Results and Placing raising £25.8 million

Preliminary Results for the year ended 31 December 2004 and Placing of 9,732,617 New Ordinary Shares

Hybrid Technology Driving X-by-Wire to Broader Automotive Markets

X-by-Wire or "by-wire" -- the replacement of mechanical functions in a vehicle by a combination of mechanical, electronic and software parts ("mechatronics") -- will gradually find its way into lower-end car models.

Quantum Dot Materials Can Reduce Heat, Boost Electrical Output

Researchers at NREL have shown that nanotechnology may greatly increase the amount of electricity produced by solar cells.

Windstor - International Energy Project of the Year

McKenzie Bay International, Windstor technology earns award as viable Wind Energy system for urban and off-grid locations.

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