VANCOUVER, CANADA - Ballard Power Systems (NASDAQ: BLDP; TSX: BLD) announced that Protonex Technology Corporation (Protonex) has been named to the Inc. 5000 list for the third consecutive year. In June Ballard entered into an agreement for the proposed acquisition of Protonex as part of the Company's strategic plan towards creating a sustainable business model with high growth and profitability. Protonex has demonstrated a 3-year growth rate of 61% and ranked 66th out of the Top 100 engineering companies on the list.
Qualified Teams to Continue Pursuit to Win U.S. Department of Energy's Prize Challenge
The nation's foremost clean energy discussion returns to Las Vegas Aug. 24 to address the growth and future of the clean energy economy
Leading speaker line-up in conference and workshops on energy sustainability
Dirk Ahlborn of Hyperloop Transportation Technologies and Chris Lewicki of Planetary Resources to Lead Conference with Visionary Technologies
Alliance BioEnergy Plus, Inc. Completes FEL 1 Engineering Stage For Construction of First Commercial Plant
The Company anticipates that its central Georgia licensee, RRDA, will break ground on the first commercial plant in the 4th quarter of 2015 and be ready for operations sometime in early summer of 2016.
Utility-industry working group says California's goals, changing technologies call for new utility business models, new products for customers
Of the 326 Gigawatts (GW) of current coal power capacity in the US, a potential 60 GW could be lost by 2020 due to government's Clean Power Plan (CPP) ----'With the US boasting significant renewable power potential, the CPP has created a huge opportunity for companies in this sector,' says analyst
Incineration V Landfill? With the capacity of generating 26MW of energy and diverting 95% of landfill waste, do the benefits of Viridor's new state of the art £200m energy from waste facility compensate for, what is argued to be, its detrimental impact to the environment?
"NATIONAL CLEAN ENERGY SUMMIT 8.0: POWERING PROGRESS" EXPLORES THE FUTURE OF ROOFTOP SOLAR WITH FIRST-EVER SUMMIT DEBATE
Charles Cicchetti of the Pacific Economics Group Shares the Stage with Lisa Wood of the Edison Foundation to Debate Net Energy Metering and the Future of Rooftop Solar
Secretary Moniz, Utility Workers, Electrical Workers, Steelworkers Announce Partnership Following Roundtable in Dearborn, MI
$15,000 in Scholarship Awards will be presented at the 2015 GRC Annual Meeting
Three New York organizations reduce operating costs with Capstone Combined Heating and Power turbine systems from GEM Energy
Three New York organizations in different industries are saving money and reducing emissions with Capstone combined heating and power turbine systems from GEM Energy. Syracuse VA Medical Center; Owens Corning's Delmar insulation plant in Feura Bush; and Harbec Inc.'s plastics manufacturing facility in Ontario all will benefit from the low-emission Capstone turbines while reducing their cost of operations.
The "Power Supply Container" is a stand-alone power package that uses Panasonic-made solar panels and storage battery units.
U.S. Department of Energy project calls on University expertise in geologic modeling and geothermal exploration
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