Argonne, University of Chicago Researchers Pursue Grasses as Earth-friendly Biofuel
At a small site on the Batavia campus of Fermilab, ecologist Julie Jastrow of Argonne National Laboratory pushes the scientific frontier in a new and exciting way: She watches the grass grow.
World's Largest Rooftop Solar Power Station Being Built for GM Europe
General Motors Europe, part of the leading global automotive group, Veolia Environnement, world leader in environmental services, the energy developer Clairvoyant Energy and the Government of Aragon, Spain, today announced a further commitment to energy efficiency with the construction of the world's largest capacity rooftop solar power station.
Academy Gives Students Skills to Bring Green Tech Innovations to Market
The University of California at Davis (UC Davis) Center for Entrepreneurship announced today that 50 students from around the world have been selected to attend the second annual Green Technology Entrepreneurship Academy in Incline Village, Nev.
Mega Solar Power Generation Plan Announced for Sakai City Waterfront
Sakai City, Kansai Electric Power Co (Kansai Electric), and Sharp Corporation today agreed to cooperate on the Sakai City Waterfront Mega Solar Power Generation Plan in Osaka Prefecture, Japan.
Duke Energy Plans to Own and Operate Solar Power Generation at up to 850 North Carolina Sites
Duke Energy Carolinas is proposing a $100 million plan to install electricity generating solar panels at up to 850 North Carolina sites including homes, schools, stores and factories.
NaREC to Lead World in Wind Energy Development
The New and Renewable Energy Centre (NaREC), a leading UK-based independent R&D platform for new energy technologies, announced today that it will spearhead an aggressive initiative for developing sustainable and renewable energy by building the world's largest wind energy research and development facilities.
Red Sox Unveil Solar Hot Water Panels at Fenway Park
The Boston Red Sox today formally unveiled solar hot water panels on the roof at Fenway Park.
Major New Technical Report Finds Wind Can Provide 20% of U.S. Electricity Needs by 2030
Wind power is capable of becoming a major contributor to America's electricity supply over the next three decades, according to a report released today by the US Department of Energy.
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