New Documentary Series to be Source of Good News About Alternative Energy
Veracity Productions, Inc, a documentary film production company with an award-winning crew, today announced the 2007 debut of Energy Rush: Innovators & Entrepreneurs, a three-episode series, produced in partnership with COBI Digital HD studios, that focuses on the good news about alternative energy.
New England's Largest Solar Power Installation Unveiled at Staples Distribution Center
The Connecticut Clean Energy Fund (CCEF), Staples and SunEdison will host a dedication ceremony today to unveil the largest solar power installation in New England at Staples' 300,000-square-foot retail distribution center in Killingly, Conn.
Survey Shows Strong Support for Offshore Wind Power
Delawareans are strongly in favor of offshore wind power as a future source of energy for the state, according to a survey conducted by University of Delaware researchers.
New Fuel Cell Design Adds Control, Reduces Complexity
When Princeton University engineers want to increase the power output of their new fuel cell, they just give it a little more gas - hydrogen gas, to be exact.
SunPower SunTile Powers Largest All-Solar Neighborhood in America
SunPower Corporation, a Silicon Valley-based manufacturer of the world's highest efficiency, commercially available solar cells and solar panels, and its subsidiary PowerLight Corporation, today announced the opening of the nation's largest solar-powered neighborhood.
Energy Efficient Hydrogen Office and Demonstration Center Planned for Scotland
Plans for a world leading, energy efficient Hydrogen office and Demonstration Centre have been unveiled for Fife's flagship Energy Park in Methil, today 15 January 2007.
SPG Solar Announces Grand Opening of Southern California Regional Office
SPG Solar, Inc has opened its first Southern California facility in the San Diego area to serve its expanding residential, commercial, government and public works projects in California.
BP Plans Construction of Five US Wind Projects in 2007
BP Alternative Energy North America Inc today announced that it expects to begin construction on five wind power generation projects in the US in 2007.
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