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.
SCHOTT to Build New Solar Receiver Manufacturing Facility in Spain
SCHOTT today announced plans to establish a second manufacturing facility for solar receivers in Spain.
Customers Can Now Purchase Wind Power Cards at Whole Foods Market
Customers headed to selected Whole Foods Market locations can now add wind power to their shopping lists.
NextEnergy to Provide Michigan Gas Retailers with Incentives to Sell Biofuels
NextEnergy, Michigan's alternative energy accelerator, has been awarded a Biofuels Infrastructure Incentive Grant, enabling them to offer incentives to Michigan gas station retailers to install or convert fueling equipment to ethanol (E85) and/or biodiesel (B20).
Sharp Expands Solar Cell Production Capacity to 600 MW Per Year, the World's Highest
Sharp Corporation has increased annual production capacity for solar cells at its Katsuragi Plant in Nara Prefecture by 100 MW (megawatts) to meet burgeoning demand in Japan and abroad, and has constructed a system that will be able to enter full production by November 2006.
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.
FuelCell Energy to Develop Clean Coal-Fueled Multi-Megawatt Solid Oxide Fuel Cell System
FuelCell Energy, Inc, a leading manufacturer of ultra-clean and efficient electric power generation plants for commercial, industrial and government customers, today announced it has finalized terms with the US Department of Energy (DOE) for a $36,2 million Phase I award to develop a coal-based, multi-megawatt solid oxide fuel cell-based hybrid system.
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