Kohl's Distributed Solar Power Program Becomes World's Largest Among Retailers
Kohl's Department Stores announced today that it plans to convert more than 50 of its existing New Jersey, Connecticut and Maryland locations to solar power, representing nearly 80 percent of its locations in these three states.
IDC Develops Eco-friendly Inflatable Solar Panel for Domestic Use
As a leading sustainable product designer, Industrial Design Consultancy (IDC) is delighted to announce its latest product development; an inflatable solar collector called SolarStore.
Green Exchange to Pilot Use of Cutting Edge Solar Thermal Technology
Green Exchange is pleased to announce today that they have
been selected to be one of four major projects in Illinois that will employ solar thermal air
Oorja Protonics Announces Breakthrough Direct Methanol Fuel Cell Technology
Oorja Protonics, the San Francisco Bay Area based developer and manufacturer of ultra-powerful fuel cells, today announced its public launch and patented direct methanol fuel cell (DMFC) technology.
New MIT Start-up Aims to Make Silicon Solar Cells Competitive With Coal
1366 Technologies, a new MIT start-up aiming to make silicon solar cells competitive with coal, today announced it has secured $12,4 million in a first round of financing co-led by North Bridge Venture Partners and Polaris Venture Partners.
One Year of Operations at Mars Hill Wind
UPC Wind, an independent North American wind power company, today commemorated the first year of full commercial operations for Mars Hill Wind at a one-year anniversary event.
EarthFirst Announces Acquisition of Nuttby Mountain Project in Nova Scotia
EarthFirst Canada Inc is pleased to announce that it has acquired the 45 MW Nuttby Mountain wind energy project in Nova Scotia from Atlantic Wind Power Corporation (2005) Ltd.
GE Unit Invests in Texas, Illinois Wind Projects with Invenergy
GE Energy Financial Services, a unit of GE, is partnering for the third time with leading global wind power developer Invenergy Wind LLC, by investing in Illinois and Texas wind farms that will produce emissions-free electricity equivalent to taking 96,000 average US cars off the road.
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