Transportation Group Taps GA Tech Prof as Chairperson

Center for Transportation and the Environment, an Atlanta-based nonprofit, names Dr. Thomas Fuller, Director of Innovative Battery and Fuel Cell Technologies at the Georgia Tech Research Institute, as Chairman of the Board

Science & Technology Facility is First LEED Platinum Federal Building

A research facility at NREL has been designated as one of the most energy efficient and environmentally friendly places to work in the United States by the U.S. Green Buildings Council under its Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Green Building program.

NREL Ranks Leading Utility Green Power Programs

Pricing programs give consumers clean power choices

Notice of Jatropha Training; Postponement

Centre For Jatropha Promotion & Biodiesel (CJP) is postponing the Jatropha Hi-tech agricultural Training programme(JTP) it had previously scheduled for April 23, 2007 to April 27, 2007 due to administrative reasons.

Fuel Cells 2000 Releases Ninth Edition of Fuel Cell Directory

Fuel Cells 2000 has released the Ninth Edition of its Fuel Cell Directory - a comprehensive guide to the fuel cell and related fuels industry.

Vebnet Enables 250K+ Employees To Directly Help Climate Change

Vebnet, the leading supplier of technology and support services for employee benefits, today announces a ground-breaking service which enables 250,000 UK employees to help combat climate change directly through their monthly pay.

GEM and Austin Energy partner to offer NEV rebate to customers

Global Electric Motorcars (GEM), a DaimlerChrysler company, will be joining Austin Energy of Texas, along with Allen Samuels Dodge of Austin, in a rebate program that rewards Austin Energy customers who purchase electric vehicles, including NEVs.

The Renewable Energy Centre's Helps to Combat Fuel Poverty - Tips for Households on Any Budget

The Renewable Energy Centre fights the fuel poverty crisis and proves that home owners need not invest a lot of money to improve the energy efficiency of their home and cut utility bills.

India: HAREDA Signs MoU to Encourage Renewable Power Generation

The Haryana Renewable Energy Development Agency on 20 February, 2007 signed a MoU with seven IPPs to encourage renewable power generation in the country.

Affordable, Efficient Comfort for Cold Feet

Radiant floor heat costs less to operate than other forms of heat. Because radiant floors offer more comfort at lower thermostat settings, most people find that they're comfortable at lower room temperatures.

Book - Future Energy

Indeed, this new and highly competitive oil industry should provide investors with dozens of new companies, any one of which could become the energy industry's equivalent of Microsoft or Dell or Apple.

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Energy From The Tides

The sea must be channelled to flow from a high tide level to a low tide level, which is the approach of this paper. This involves creating "ponds" in the walls of which equipment is sited to generate energy from the flow.

Joel Serface - Clean Enerrgy Incubator

Any company that has a grid-connected or energy efficiency-related technology should take advantage of applying to our process with Austin Energy. In addition, we are looking at other potential corporate partners where we can test clean technologies that are not necessarily attached to the grid - biofuels, industrial efficiency, etc.

Letters to the Editor

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