DOE Releases Hydrogen Posture Plan
The Hydrogen Posture Plan, recently transmitted to Congress, outlines a coordinated plan for activities under the Hydrogen Fuel Initiative, both at the Department of Energy and the Department of Transportation.
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.
Palo Alto is First California Green Power Community Recognized by EPA
The City of Palo Alto is the first city in California, and the fourth city in the country, to be certified as a Green Power Community by the US Environmental Protection Agency.
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.
EPA Challenges Top Corporations to Double Use of Green Power
The US Environmental Protection Agency is asking Fortune 500 companies to step up to the plate and double their current level of green power purchasing.
New US Congress Expected to Enact Alternative Energy Laws
Green Energy Resources citing CNBC noted Renewable Energy was one the 3 biggest winners of Tuesday's Election.
Major DOE Fuel Cell Technology Awards Go to UTC Power
UTC Power, a United Technologies Corp company, will receive $8,4 million in US Department of Energy (DOE) funding for two major hydrogen fuel cell research and development projects the company is leading.
Clean Energy Alliance to Expand NREL's Business Assistance Model
The National Alliance of Clean Energy Business Incubators (NACEBI) begun in 2000 by US Department of Energy's National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) has become the Clean Energy Alliance, a not-for-profit organization dedicated to the development of clean energy businesses.
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