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.
Report Shows Emerging Resource is America's Clean and Affordable Answer to Dirty Air, Blackouts, Rising Gas Prices and Foreign Oil Dependence See solar- powered hydrogen demonstration motor model in action
Many believe fuel cell technology holds the key to providing a renewable energy source, and companies will be demonstrating or debuting a variety of products featuring fuel cells in the next few years.
2003 NATIONAL SOLAR TOUR OFFERS FIRST-HAND LOOK AT SUCCESSFUL USES OF SOLAR AND RENEWABLE ENERGY FEATURES
IN PRIVATE HOMES, GOVERNMENT BUILDINGS, AND BUSINESSES
Early registrations are at a record level.
Project signifies state's first ENERGY STAR-rated development to combine renewable energy and new construction, bringing "green" power to the mainstream
Onset Computer Corporation, the leader in reliable, battery-powered data loggers, today introduced a complete Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) monitoring solution that combines the company's HOBO® data loggers with the Telaire® 7001 Carbon Dioxide (CO2) Monitor.
The National Renewable Energy Laboratory and First Solar have been selected to receive a 2003 R&D 100 award from R&D Magazine for developing a new process for depositing semiconductor layers onto photovoltaic (PV) modules.
SMALL MODULAR BIOMASS SYSTEM "BIOMAX 50" GROUNDBREAKING AT THE SISKIYOU OPPORTUNITY CENTER OCTOBER 10TH 2003
Energy Innovations Small Grant Program Funds UPB Research
Spire Solar Florida plans to take advantage of the State's renewable energy initiatives and a variety of solar energy incentive programs to offer utilities and other energy users access to Spire's PV systems integration skills.
The 2003 Challenge Bibendum, considered one of the premier global events for advanced technology vehicles, will test the best available technologies for environmentally friendly vehicles.
The U.S. Department of Energy's (DOE) National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) and First Solar have been selected to receive a 2003 R&D 100 award from R&D Magazine for developing a new process for depositing semiconductor layers onto photovoltaic (PV) modules. The annual awards recognize the year's 100 most significant technological innovations.
For micro fuel cells to gain wide scale use and acceptance, regulatory approvals must be granted for final product designs for early niche markets, and then the products for these early niche markets must be deliverable through a small, established distribution network.
Each unit is capable of purifying 300 to 1,400 gallons of water per day at a cost of under Ĺ a cent per gallon, generated solely by the power of the sun. The package can deliver drinking water sufficient for the basic daily needs of 150 to 700 people, whether in response to emergency situations, humanitarian relief efforts, peacekeeping endeavors or micro-enterprise development.
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OMNISTAR GAS ANALYZER - Fast accurate analysis from % to sub-ppm in a compact, turnkey benchtop system.
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