A government report which shows that consumption of renewables will decline under the Kyoto Protocol has prompted the Canadian Association for Renewable Energies to urge climate change negotiators to place greater emphasis on green heat, green fuel and green power options.
Spain is set to overtake Germany as Europe's leading wind power market in 2005 and continue to lead Europe through the rest of the decade, according to Emerging Energy Research. At the same time, markets in Italy, Portugal, and France are entering unprecedented boom phases.
Renewable energy was discussed by the international community for first time in a developing country when China hosted a major conference.
Find out what it's like to go 'full bore electric' on a Vectrix electric maxi-scooter in Palm Springs, California. The world's first high-performance electric scooter is powerfully equipped with dynamic speed in mind, coupled with good range capabilities that will amaze you.
British Columbia has huge reserves of green power that could stimulate enormous economic development and employment opportunity, with as many as 400,000 new jobs over 25 years, and establish BC as a leader in renewable energy.
Carmanah Technologies Corporation has entered an agreement with a syndicate led by GMP Securities Ltd. for a private placement of common shares totaling $10,000,000. Net proceeds will be used to support working capital, international expansion of facilities and the Company's acquisition strategy.
Xantrex Technology Inc. has been awarded US $873,000 from the U.S. Department of Energy's National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) under its Photovoltaics Manufacturing Research and Development Initiative.
Coalition Launches Website to Help Consumers, Businesses Save with New Energy Efficiency Tax Credits
A new web site from the Tax Incentives Assistance Project (TIAP) aims to help individuals and businesses cut their federal tax bills and their energy bills in 2006 and 2007 by becoming more energy-efficient.
Matthew Brown from Lakewood High School in Golden, Colo. has been awarded this year's Renewable Energy Teacher Award from the U.S. Department of Energy's (DOE) National Renewable Energy Laboratory's (NREL) Office of Education Programs.
A new affordable housing complex for teachers and other public employees in San Jose, CA, recently completed a 17 kW solar system to power the common areas of the complex.
Vendors and buyers meet at Hydrogen Expo US and NHA Annual Hydrogen Conference 2006 in Long Beach, CA
The "Vehicle and Fuel Choices for American Security Act of 2005" could significantly reduce U.S. dependence on foreign oil - but only if it were fully funded and implemented by Congress and the administration, the Alliance to Save Energy said today.
New 20,000 square-foot solar array atop SFPUC Southeast Wastewater Treatment Plant brings clean, renewable energy to Bayview Hunters Point community
New federal tax credits will lower personal income taxes in 2006 and 2007 when consumers make their homes more energy-efficient and purchasing fuel-efficient vehicles.
Energy efficient lighting solutions gain importance for consumers as well as corporates such as General Electric, Cyberlux Corporation, and Philips Lighting BV as current events dictate increased conservation and awareness
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