The House-Senate energy conference report will increase the use of energy efficiency technologies to extend our nation's energy supplies, but the bill falls far short of making energy efficiency a cornerstone of U.S. energy policy.
Xantrex Technology Inc. (TSX:XTX) announced that 90 of its GT 3.0 residential solar inverters will be used to help power a large apartment complex in San Marcos, California. Carlson Solar Electric Inc. will install the photovoltaic system in August.
Dr. Maria Ghirardi, a researcher at the U.S. Department of Energy's (DOE) National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL), was named one of the nation's best and brightest engineers and scientists by the Hispanic Engineers National Achievement Awards Corporation (HENAAC).
A solar-powered straw bale natural foods store is having its grand opening in Helena, Montana…. a truly 'green' building!
SolarOne' Solutions LLC has announced that the company has received its first orders for SOLED' area lighting using its new patent-pending MC2 technology powered by solar energy. One such order came from a New England-based university for lighting a dark pathway to its athletic facility.
Combined Heat and Power (CHP) is an efficient, clean, and reliable approach to generating power and thermal energy from a single fuel source. CHP increases operational efficiency, decreases energy costs, and reduces emissions of greenhouse gases that contribute to the risks of climate change.
The comprehensive technology includes algae fed mercury-free fish farming and processing as well as microalgae lipid farming and processing for the purpose of producing inexpensive biodiesel fuel.
The UltimateAir' RecoupAerator® 200DX is chosen as Silver Award winner in the ACHR News Dealer Design Awards Program
The World Bank, the Clean Energy States Alliance have confirmed that will be organising the Sustainable Energy Finance Roundtable together with SEFI (the Sustainable Energy Finance Initiative) in New York on October 27th.
Four Massachusetts groups were presented with a 2005 ENERGY STAR Builder Achievement Award from the New England Joint Managment Committee. The winners were selected for adhering to the EPA's ENERGY STAR Homes construction guidelines.
Various motivations for purchasing rooftop PV systems from a aolar sales veteran
Earlier this week, ZAP announced that a petition for import eligibility has been granted by the United States Department of Transportation for the 2005 Model Year "Smart Car Fortwo Coupe & Cabriolet."
Now home and business owners can track their electric usage, (in dollars cents and kilowatt-hours), with the EUM 2000 Whole House Energy Monitor now available at www.energymonitor.com.
Magnetek, Inc. received Frost & Sullivan's 2005 "Solar Power Systems Technology Innovation of the Year" Award. Magnetek received the Award for its Aurora' solar power inverters, which Frost & Sullivan lauds as "an inverter solution that could revolutionize the solar energy market."
The Alternative Energy Store of Worcester, Mass., providers of renewable energy products and catering to customers around the globe via their online store (AltEnergyStore.com) and catalog, has recently named Herb Radford as Director of the company's new Latin American Division.
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