"We can get to 20% solar energy in New York by 2025 if we just keep our foot on the accelerator," said Heather Leibowitz, Director of Environment New York.
The Iowa Biodiesel Board is a nonpartisan state trade association representing the biodiesel industry.
On November 12th, 2014 at the 7th Stakeholder Forum of the "Fuel Cells and Hydrogen Joint Undertaking" (FCH JU), representatives from five major European bus manufacturers signed a Letter of Understanding outlining their commitment towards the commercialization and deployment of fuel cell buses.
Global Clean Energy, Inc. (OTC PINK: GCEI) will continue to move ahead with its waste to fuels projects despite lower fuel prices. Revenue will be generated from the production and sale of diesel fuel and tire derived carbon black
Equal Earth, a diversified renewable company, today announced that it has acquired 3 separate solar projects developed by a well-known Ohio-based developer. The combined projects generate 1.6 MW of power and the off-takers include two established Ohio colleges and a local government organization.
According to the latest "Energy Infrastructure Update" report from the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission's (FERC) Office of Energy Projects, wind power provided over two-thirds (68.41%) of new U.S. electrical generating capacity in October 2014. Specifically, five wind farms in Colorado, Kansas, Michigan, Nebraska, and Texas came on line last month, accounting for 574MW of new capacity. In addition, seven "units" of biomass (102MW) and five units of solar (31MW) came into service accounting for 12.16% and 3.69% of new capacity respectively. The balance came from three units of natural gas (132MW - 15.73%). Moreover, for the eighth time in the past ten months, renewable energy sources (i.e., biomass, geothermal, hydropower, solar, wind) accounted for the majority of new U.S. electrical generation brought into service. Natural gas took the lead in the other two months (April and August). Of the 9,903MW of new generating capacity from all sources installed since January 1, 2014, 34 units of wind accounted for 2,189MW (22.10%), followed by 208 units of solar - 1,801MW (18.19%), 45 units of biomass - 241MW (2.43%), 7 units of hydropower - 141MW (1.42%), and 5 units of geothermal - 32MW (0.32%). In total, renewables have provided 44.47% of new U.S. electrical generating capacity thus far in 2014.
• The show will take place on the 25th and 26th of November in Bangkok, Thailand. • From booth #S2 PROINSO will be promoting a number of PV products from leading manufacturers that they distribute globally.
Solar provider PS Energy interprets recent energy reports as indicators of coming advantages for consumers in 2015.
Project marks first European testing of Eos' novel Znyth battery technology, with plans for deployment in major European markets
South America's biggest solar car race, with a solar car that was powered by Panasonic's HIT(R)* solar modules and high-capacity lithium-ion batteries.
Los Angeles Business Journal spotlights the technology that reduces commercial power consumption during peak periods
New Policies Lead to New Opportunities
Canadian Solar expects these projects to be completed in December of 2014.
Interactive Kiosk Enables Consumers to Learn About Home Solar at Select Retail Locations
SolarCity Installing Projects at Walmart Facilities Over the Next Four Years
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