New ChangeWave Survey Shows Why 2008 is the Year of Solar Energy
No matter where you look, alternative energy is the topic du jour.
Chevron and Weyerhaeuser Form Biofuels Joint Venture
Chevron Corporation and Weyerhaeuser Company today announced the creation of a 50-50 joint venture company focused on developing the next generation of renewable transportation fuels from nonfood sources.
TRUenergy Invests in Leading Edge Solar Systems Technolog
Construction of the worlds largest and most efficient solar photovoltaic power station in northern Victoria will commence in 2009 following the signing of a $290 million Development Agreement between Melbourne-based business, Solar Systems, and leading integrated energy company, TRUenergy.
ECN and TECHNIP KTI Cooperate on Next-Generation Hydrogen Production
The Energy research Centre of the Netherlands (ECN) has been selected by TECHNIP KTI SpA to deliver a hydrogen purification module for the FISR-project.
SCHOTT Solar Breaks Ground on Manufacturing Facility in Albuquerque, New Mexico
Executives from SCHOTT AG of Mainz, Germany (SCHOTT), Governor Bill Richardson (D-NM) and local dignitaries ceremonially broke ground today for the company's new manufacturing facility for SCHOTT Solar, Inc, a wholly owned subsidiary of SCHOTT.
Construction of the World's Largest Solar Power Station to Start in 2009
A Victorian Government seed grant of $50 million will help deliver the world's largest photovoltaic (PV) solar power station to be built in northern Victoria, in a win for the state's environment, innovation and economy, the Premier John Brumby announced today.
Geothermal Energy Gains Momentum in India
With its expertise in renewable energy, Nordic bank Glitnir has teamed up with Bhilwara Group to develop geothermal energy projects in India and Nepal.
Akeena Solar Continues to Expand Southern California Footprint
Akeena Solar, Inc, a leading designer and installer of solar power systems, announced it has expanded its operations to the Thousand Oaks market of California.
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