ersol Thin Film and SCHOTT Solar to Develop Micromorphous Technology for Thin-Film Solar Cells
ersol Thin Film GmbH, a subsidiary of ersol Solar Energy AG (ersol), and SCHOTT Solar GmbH, Alzenau, have concluded a cooperative agreement under which they will jointly develop micromorphous technology for thin-film solar cells.
Long Beach Community Solar Program Extended
Long Beach homeowners are so
hungry for solar power that they successfully lobbied leading installer
SolarCity to extend its Community Solar Program to February 29.
Alternative Energy From Waste Sugars Produced By New Modular Ethanol Plant
Greenbelt Resources Corporation, a leading innovator in the development of effective and economical alternative energy technologies, announced today that Master Recycling Center, Inc, has increased its earlier order of 2 million gallons, to 5 million gallons of ethanol per year.
Bio-Crude Turns Cheap Waste into Valuable Fuel
The bio-crude oil can be used to produce high value chemicals and biofuels, including both petrol and diesel replacement fuels.
PSE Invites Schools to Apply for Solar-Power Installation
As part of Puget Sound Energy's ongoing efforts to advance renewable energy generation, the utility last Friday, February 1, 2008, issued a request for proposals (RFP) to provide up to five schools in PSE's service area each a 1 kilowatt to 5 kilowatt photovoltaic solar system.
Funds to Help Ontarians Develop and Own Renewable Energy Projects
The Community Power Fund announced the disbursement of $1,1 million in grant money toady to community groups for the development of local renewable energy projects.
NIST Building Facility for Hydrogen Pipeline Testing
Efforts to create a "hydrogen economy" to reduce US oil imports will get a boost from a new laboratory at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) that will evaluate tests, materials, mechanical properties and standards for hydrogen pipelines.
Reykjavik's Geothermal Investments Hold Great Promise For East African Republic
Two agreements between Iceland and the Republic of Djibouti can help the East African country replace its current diesel-generated electricity with green electricity.
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