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).
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.
PSE Seeks to Develop Pacific Northwest's Largest Solar-Power Facility
Puget Sound Energy (PSE), utility subsidiary of Puget Energy, today issued a request for proposals (RFP) to develop the Pacific Northwest's largest solar-powered generating facility at the company's nearly completed Wild Horse Wind Project (Wild Horse) in Eastern Washington.
ISO Powers Up Storage of Hydrogen Fuel Cells for Safer Transport
An ISO technical specification defining safety requirements for the transport of long-lasting fuel cells heralds a new era for hand-held consumer devices such as laptops and mobile phones.
Breeding Soybeans for Ethanol and Fiberboard
Having successfully turned pieces of giant soybean stalks into charcoal briquettes, Agricultural Research Service chemical engineer Justin Barone now believes they would make good fiberboard and other wood-substitute products as well.
Mondial Energy Signs WoodGreen Community Housing Inc. to Solar Thermal
Mondial Energy is pleased to announce that WoodGreen Community Housing has agreed to purchase renewable thermal energy under a 10-year Power Purchase Agreement.
BP Solar to Invest $70 Million to Expand US Facility
BP Solar today unveiled its plans for a $70 million expansion project at its North American headquarters in Frederick, MD.
Sharp to Introduce Two New Thin-Film Solar Modules
Sharp Corporation will introduce two new thin-film solar (photovoltaic) modules with outstanding temperature characteristics intended for commercial/industrial applications.
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