Ballard Secures Contract for Three Fuel Cell Bus Engines for Australia

Ballard will deliver the 205 kW heavy-duty fuel cell engines in the first half of 2004 and the buses will be placed in routine transit operation in the second half of 2004 as part of a two-year demonstration program.

Ballard Powered Fuel Cell Buses Delivered to the City of London

The City of London will operate the Ballard powered fuel cell buses on a central London bus route, beginning in January 2004, as it pioneers this project aimed at reducing air and noise pollution.

CLEAN TECHNOLOGY INVESTING CONTINUES TO HOLD STEADY IN 2003

Clean Technology Industry on Track to End 2003 with More Than $1.3 Billion Invested

Evergreen Solar, Inc. Appoints Richard Feldt as Chief Executive Officer

New CEO Brings 30 Years of Operations Experience to Launch The Growth Phase of Evergreen Solar

SunFrame Adds Aesthetic to the Benefits of PV Power

UniRac offers SunFrame mounting system: excellent aesthetics, California and UniForm building code compliant, installation friendly.

EDTA ADOPTS AGGRESSIVE WORK PLAN FOR 2004

Topping plans for the New Year is a concerted "push" for swift enactment and then successful implementation of comprehensive energy legislation that is currently stalled in the U.S. Senate.

KYOCERA Receives UL's Class 1, Division 2 Certification for KC-Series Solar Photovoltaic Modules

Modules are approved to power applications in hazardous environments

GEORGIA TECH'S ROHATGI WINS SECOND ANNUAL RAPPAPORT AWARD

"Dr. Rohatgi has for more than a quarter century focused his immense technical talents on developing low cost and high efficiency solar cells," said NREL Director Richard Truly.

ACCLAIM FOR THREE LEADERS AT ANNUAL NREL STAKEHOLDERS RECEPTION

The U.S. Department of Energy's National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) will honor three distinguished Coloradoans for their leadership in promoting renewable energy and energy efficiency.

CARMANAH'S LONDON BUS STOP DESIGN RECEIVES BP AWARD COMMENDATION

Honour Coincides with Launch of $1.6 Million Solar Bus Shelter Project

Slower Than Expected Market Development Limit Early Stationary Fuel Cell Shipments, Says ABI

Although Blackout 2003 pointed out the importance of distributed generation - as well as the possibility of fuel cells in the energy portfolio mix - it has not translated into an increased number of orders.

Akeena Solar Sues Los Gatos Over Solar Installation Restrictions

Akeena Solar asserts that the Town unlawfully restricted the installation of solar electric panels on the company's own commercial rooftop.

Slower Than Expected Market Development Limit Early Stationary Fuel Cell Shipments, Says ABI

A lack of commercial products along with stressed electricity markets have hindered market development for stationary fuel cells, according to a new report from technology research firm ABI.

STYLISH, "IT" SPORT CAR CREATES A BUZZ IN CALIFORNIA

Dynasty Electric Car Corporation Unveils "IT" Sport Model to California Market at EVS-20: Powering Sustainable Transportation in Long Beach, CA

YAZAKI AT FOREFRONT OF POWER & DATA NETWORK TECHNOLOGIES FOR HYBRID & FUEL CELL VEHICLES

The advent of gasoline- and diesel-electric hybrid and fuel cell vehicles is driving the need for advanced electrical distribution systems including connectors and components that can handle the high voltages and currents these new-generation machines require.

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