Universities in £1.5M Drive to Cut Cost of Solar Power
Chemists, physicists, materials scientists and electrical engineers in Manchester and London are embarking on a £1 1/2 million project to develop new and potentially cheaper ways of generating solar power.
Minnesota Raises Bar on Renewable Energy Use
Minnesota put its faith in a future fueled by renewable energy Thursday as the governor signed a law requiring utilities to generate a quarter of their power from renewable sources such as wind, water and sun by 2025.
Ecosphere Technologies' Solar Powered Micro-Utility Meets Off-Grid Demands
Cleantech Venture Forum -- Ecosphere Technologies, Inc, a provider of clean air and water technology solutions that solve business and environmental challenges, today debuted Ecos LifeLink, the first in a series of clean energy solutions from its subsidiary, Ecosphere Energy Solutions (EES).
Johnson Controls Expands Renewable Energy Services
In response to increasing global demand for renewable energy, Johnson Controls, Inc is expanding its business direction in the areas of designing, installing and servicing geothermal, solar, biomass, wind and other renewable sources as energy supply options for customers.
Sixty-Seven Percent of China Solar Panel Manufacturers Plan to Raise Prices in 2007
Sixty-seven percent of China's solar panel manufacturers plan to raise export prices in 2007, according to Global Sources' China Sourcing Report: Solar Panels.
More Solar Tower Sites Under Consideration in US
Scope for development of EnviroMission's Solar Tower renewable energy concept has widened in the US with another feasibility study now underway, this time in El Paso County, Texas.
Solar Industry Could Learn From Google
The solar power industry could significantly accelerate mainstream adoption of photovoltaic (PV) systems if it followed Google's example, says a new study by the Topline Strategy Group, a leading technology consulting and market intelligence firm.
WeCAN Announces Largest Solar Panel Installation on a Western Colorado College Campus
Western Colorado Action Network (WeCAN), a Mesa State College student organization, along with its partners -- Western Colorado Congress, Mesa State College, Xcel Energy, Mesa State's Associated Student Government and Shell Mahogany Research Project -- are pleased to announce the completion of a two-year effort, the installation of solar panels on the science building at Mesa State.
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