2007 Could Be the Year of Biomethane
Biomethane, chemically the same as natural gas yet available from essentially any kind of organic waste, is emerging as a viable renewable alternative to fossil fuels.
Magnetek Receives First Production Order for Large Wind Power Inverters
Magnetek, Inc today announced that it has received an initial production order for calendar 2007 delivery of 60 wind power inverters valued at more than $7 million.
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.
World First Wild Algae Bio-diesel Test Drive
The world's first wild algae bio-diesel, produced in New Zealand by Aquaflow Bionomic Corporation, was successfully test driven in Wellington today by the Minister for Energy and Climate Change Issues, David Parker.
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.
Study Finds Up To 25% Wind Can Be Incorporated Reliably Into Electric Power System
Results of a new study show that, under the right policies, utilities can incorporate wind power into their resource portfolio, comprising up to one-fourth of their delivered energy, without sacrificing reliability and with minor costs for absorbing the wind.
GreenFuel and Arizona Public Service Company Win "Emissions Energy Project of the Year"
GreenFuel Technologies Corporation and Arizona Public Service Company (APS) announced that they have won the 2006 Platts Global Energy Award for "Emissions Energy Project of the Year".
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.
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