Ecotality Sponsors Arizona's First International Fuel Cell Competition
Ecotality, Inc, a renewable energy company addressing the global energy challenge by developing eco-friendly technologies, today announced that Arizona has been selected as the third and final state to hold an official qualifying event for the "International Youth Fuel Cell Competition".
PG&E Awards $200,000 in 2006 'Solar Schools Bright Ideas' Grants
Pacific Gas and Electric Company today announced that it has awarded $200,000 in Bright Ideas grants to 39 underserved schools in northern and central California for their innovative solar science projects in 2006.
Honeywell Awarded Unique Solar Project for California School District
Honeywell today announced that the Pleasanton Unified School District in the San Francisco Bay Area has awarded the company a unique solar energy project, one of the first of its kind for a K-12 school district in California.
Governor's 2007 Inaugural 'Green Dream' Celebration Powered By Cow, Soy and Sun Power
Pacific Gas and Electric Company has teamed up with Joseph Gallo Farms and Microgy, Inc, to provide clean, renewable manure digester biogas to power the Governor's "Leading the Green Dream" Inaugural Celebration on the south steps of the State Capitol from 1 pm to 4 pm today.
NEC Introduces Solar-Powered Battery Package for Renewable-Power Capability Monitors
Continuing its recognized environmental leadership in the electronics industry, NEC Display Solutions of America, the leading stand-alone provider of flat panel desktop displays, today announced a solar-powered system for use with all its monitors.
Haryana Makes Solar Water Heating Mandatory (India)
In a move aimed at saving power, installation of solar water heating system at certain categories of buildings has been made mandatory by the Haryana government.
A New World Record Achieved In Solar Cell Efficiency
Boeing today announced that Spectrolab, Inc, a wholly-owned subsidiary, has achieved a new world record in terrestrial concentrator solar cell efficiency.
Motorola Successfully Completes Wind and Solar Power Trial for Remote GSM Base Stations
Motorola, Inc today announced that it has successfully completed a trial to demonstrate the feasibility of alternative power systems that can support remote GSM Base Stations (BTS).
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