UW-Madison Employee Shines Light on Solar Power, Energy Conservation
At first glance, University of Wisconsin-Madison systems programmer Jim Winkle and US Senator Herb Kohl, D-Wisconsin, may not appear to have much in common.
Next Generation SunPower Tracker Introduced
At the Intersolar 2007 conference today, SunPower Corporation, a Silicon Valley- based manufacturer of high-efficiency solar cells, solar panels and solar systems, launched the next generation of its SunPower(R) Tracker, a solar power system that delivers up to 30 percent more energy than fixed-tilt systems while reducing required land area and installation cost.
DOE to Provide up to $2.5 Million to Implement Solar Energy Technologies
US Department of Energy (DOE) Secretary Samuel W Bodman today announced that DOE will make available nearly $2 1/2 million to thirteen cities to increase the use of solar power across the country, building on the President's commitment to further the development of clean, renewable energy technologies.
100% Solar-Powered Web Hosting Company has Completed a Massive Data Center Consolidation Initiative
IBM today announced that AISO_Net, the world's first and only 100 percent solar-powered Web hosting company, has completed a massive data center consolidation initiative using IBM technology, resulting in a 60 percent reduction in overall power and cooling costs associated with the company's IT operations.
Caltrans Unveils Solar Photovoltaic Power Plant
Caltrans today unveiled a solar energy system with the deployment of a 251 kW photovoltaic system at Caltrans District 10 in Stockton.
Honda Soltec Begins Sales of Thin Film Solar Cells
Honda Soltec Co, Ltd, Honda's wholly-owned solar cell subsidiary, has begun sales of thin film solar cells produced by Honda Engineering Co, Ltd, primarily in the Kanto area, Japan, through distributors which also provide solar cell installation service.
Revolutionary Green Engine Dramatically Reduces Costs and Emissions
Deluge, Inc has tested and perfected a breakthrough hydraulic engine design that is now ready for commercialization.
Nevada Solar One, the Largest Solar Thermal Plant in 16 Years, Goes Online Today
Acciona Solar Power, a world leader in the design, development and ownership of solar thermal technologies, has announced that its Nevada Solar One project, the largest-capacity solar power plant built in the world in 16 years and the third-largest of its kind, has begun supplying power to the Nevada Power grid.
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