The Energy Fair is taking place in Custer, Wisconsin on June 19-21.
Concrete or wood skyscrapers? Wood, you ask? Can you even build tall buildings out of wood? There has been a movement for wood-based, eco-friendly architecture for years. Some architects believe that when harvested responsibly, wood is one of the best materials architects and engineers have for reducing greenhouse gas emissions and storing carbon in our buildings.
Talking Frontier Observatory for Research in Geothermal Energy (FORGE) with Rachel Dahl and James Faulds
The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) selected a site near Fallon for its Frontier Observatory for Research in Geothermal Energy (FORGE), and $2 million in federal funds to launch the ground-breaking research project.
Jeremy Thomas for Inside Bay Area News: In a christening hailed as a key moment in the effort to harness the sun's energy to create fuel, Lawrence Berkeley Lab officials on Tuesday unveiled a $59 million Solar Energy Research Center. Named after former Energy Department Secretary and Lab Director Steven Chu, the 40,000-square-foot Chu Hall will be a place of world-changing research in producing cheaper, more efficient renewable energy to replace fossil fuels, said Chu, who was honored for inspiring the mission. "This is one of the most important problems that science, technology and innovation really need to solve," Chu said. "It's a very big deal. ... We simply need to save the world, and it's going to be science that's going to be at the heart of that solution." The facility will be home to the Berkeley hub of the Joint Center for Artificial Photosynthesis, a Department of Energy-funded collaboration led by the California Institute of Technology that is attempting to create solar fuel as plants do by using sunlight and other catalysts to split water into hydrogen and oxygen gas and convert carbon dioxide into liquid fuels such as methanol and ethanol. The byproduct of producing such a fuel would be oxygen.
SunEdison's 3.8 Megawatt South Milford Solar Plant Comes Online
SPI Announces Agreement with K.K. Uniroot to Jointly Develop Over 500 MW of Solar PV Projects in Japan
SPI and Uniroot will establish a joint venture in Japan, in which SPI will hold no less than 51% equity interest, for the development of the Solar PV power plant projects.
The system will be built at Duke Energy's retired W.C. Beckjord coal-fired power plant in New Richmond, Ohio, and is expected to be operational by late 2015.
As a leader in energy solutions, Gexpro will be the system integrator using industry-leading technology from each of the supplier companies.
Intersolar - Steca Solar Electronics at Intersolar North America: performance, innovation and quality
Award-winning off grid PV systems at booth 8741
--- Global policy uncertainty is one of the biggest obstacles to gaining the $48-53 trillion of investment needed to address climate challenges. --- Proactive engagement between climate negotiators and industry implementers will be essential to ensuring measures are deliverable and targeted. --- The World Energy Council Report calls for a stable and meaningful climate framework, guided by clear emissions targets and a flexible approach to the different needs of countries.
The complex, located in the vicinity of the Moroccan city of Ouarzazate, is made up of four plants.
The pilot Innovation Action Program offers technical assistance through third-party providers to help hydrogen/fuel cell and energy storage businesses leverage private financing or federal funding for research and new product development, and to facilitate the commercialization of emerging technologies.
The company will go to Munich from June 10th to 12 th to introduce its news
Cape Sharp Tidal is a joint venture between Emera Inc. and OpenHydro.
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