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GE Announces Industry Milestone: More Than 5000 1.5-Megawatt Wind Turbines Installed

GE Energy today announced it has surpassed 5,000 installations for its 1,5-megawatt wind turbine, one of the most widely used machines in the global wind power industry.

Google to Power Googleplex with Largest US Corporate Solar Installation

EI Solutions, the systems integration arm of Energy Innovations, Inc, today announced that it will begin constructing a solar electricity system for Google's Mountain View, California, headquarters campus.

Xcel Energy announces the largest photovoltaic central solar power plant in the United States

Xcel Energy announced today its selection of an affiliate of SunEdison, LLC, North America's leading solar energy service provider, to build, own and operate an 8 megawatt central solar power plant in south central Colorado.

New Wind Power Project Officially Opened in Alberta

Acciona Wind Energy Canada Inc, Enbridge Inc, and Suncor Energy Products Inc today celebrated the opening of their newest joint venture wind power project in Alberta, a $60 million, 30-megawatt facility located 20 kilometres southwest of Taber.

MIT Designs 'Invisible' Floating Wind Turbines

An MIT researcher has a vision: Four hundred huge offshore wind turbines are providing onshore customers with enough electricity to power several hundred thousand homes, and nobody standing onshore can see them.

GE Energy Announces Opening of European Cleaner Coal Technology Center in Poland

GE Energy announced today that it will establish a European Cleaner Coal "center of excellence" in Warsaw, Poland.

New Ethanol Process Offers Lower Costs, Environmental Benefits

Purdue Research Foundation has licensed a technology to Bio Processing Technology Inc for the development of a new environmentally friendly method to produce ethanol that also costs less than current methods.

EPA Becomes First Federal Agency to Be Powered 100% Green

The US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has closed a deal making it the first federal agency to purchase renewable energy, or "green power," equivalent to 100 percent of its annual electricity needs.

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