Metafoam's Porous Electrodes Show Exciting Results for Hydrogen Production
Metafoam Technologies Inc proudly announces that its metal foam electrodes have yielded promising results for hydrogen production.
City of Kelowna "Goes Green" With Solar-Powered Area Lighting
Carmanah Technologies Corporation is working with the City of Kelowna, British Columbia, to equip the community's parks, paths and other public spaces with solar-powered LED lighting technology.
Verde Energy Serves Its 10,000th Renewable Energy Customer
Verde Energy, a trusted source for competing offers from the nation's largest network of experienced renewable energy professionals, announced today that the company has served its 10,000th renewable energy customer.
Invention Promises Major Advance in BioFuel Production
University of Maryland research that started with bacteria from the Chesapeake Bay has led to a process that may be able to convert large volumes of all kinds of plant products, from leftover brewer's mash to paper trash, into ethanol and other biofuel alternatives to gasoline.
Global Solar Energy Opens Latest Manufacturing Plant in Arizona
Global Solar Energy, a solar industry leader that
manufactures highly-efficient thin-film solar cells for glass modules or flexible material
products, today announced the official opening of its new, breakthrough manufacturing
Solar Thermal Power Could Supply Over 90 percent of U.S. Grid Plus Auto Fleet
Ausra Inc, the developer of utility-scale solar thermal power technology, has published a peer-reviewed study showing that over 90 percent of the US electric grid and auto fleet's energy needs could be met by solar thermal power.
Raser Announces Two Additional Geothermal Projects
Raser Technologies, Inc announced today that it has initiated the development of two additional geothermal projects.
Biotechnology Will Transform Sustainable Biofuel Production
Biotechnology Industry Organization (BIO) Executive Vice President, Industrial & Environmental Section, Brent Erickson released the following statement from the Washington International Renewable Energy Conference 2008 (WIREC 2008).
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