Carmanah Supplies Additional Order to US Air Force Base in Iraq

Military aviation orders now at approximately $1.1M for 2003

Fuel Cells Could Decrease the Burden on Military Logistics, Says ABI

Fuel cells have the potential to replace current power supplies of batteries and diesel generators, or supply essential reliable power in the battlefield, according to technology research firm ABI.

EPA Honors NREL-Sponsored Habitat for Humanity Home

Energy Efficient House Earns New Millennium Builder Award

Workshop tackles biological hydrogen production

The results of a two-day workshop on hydrogen production through biological and artificial systems now is available.

Researchers generate electricity from tap water

What started as a simple conversation between two University of Alberta engineering professors has led to the first discovery of a new electricity source in more than 160 years--from flowing tap water.

EVS-20 Workshops Announced

"Hybrid 101", Hydrogen Safety, and others

YVR Becomes Power

Airport Authority Reduces Energy Consumption, Saves Money

STMicroelectronics Announces Advanced R&D Program Targeting Low Cost Solar Cells

The research team is focusing on applying ST's expertise in nanotechnology to the development of new solar cell technologies that will eventually be able to compete commercially with conventional electricity generation methods such as burning fossil fuels or nuclear reactors.

Cleantech Doubles Venture Capital Market Share

The $641 million invested in clean technology ventures during the first two quarters of 2003 is 22% higher than the $524 million invested over the same period last year, according to the most recent issue of the Cleantech Venture Monitor.

NREL AND DUPONT LAUNCH PROJECT TO DEVELOP WORLD'S FIRST INTEGRATED "BIO-REFINERY"

RESEARCH TO DEVELOP BOTH FUELS AND VALUE-ADDED CHEMICALS FROM CORN & OTHER RENEWABLE RESOURCES

EcoEnergies completes first phase of First Community Housing Project in Morgan Hill, CA

Solar Power installation for several carports and recreation center provides permanent reduction in electricity costs

Evergreen Solar Features New EC-115 Panels at UPEx 2003 Conference

The new panel extends the EC-100 line of PV modules, providing 115 watts of output within the same size panel as its predecessors, the EC-94, EC-102 and EC-110.

World's Largest Electric Drive Exposition Announced for EVS-20

Over 100 companies from around the world will exhibit the latest battery, hybrid and fuel cell technology on a 50,000 square foot exposition floor at the Long Beach Convention Center.

LOWE'S INSTALLS LARGEST RETAIL OUTLET SOLAR ARRAY

PowerLight Corporation Furnishes 370kW Solar Electric System

Scientists call for Major Renewable Hydrogen Initiative as America's Clean and Affordable Answer to Dirty Air, Blackouts, Rising Gas Prices and Foreign Oil Dependence

According to a major new report issued today by the American Solar Energy Society, hydrogen, generated by renewable energy resources, is the most sustainable, secure, healthy, economic, environmentally friendly and socially compatible new energy option.

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