The Alternative Energy Store Named on the 2006 Inc. 500 List
The Alternative Energy Store has been named one of the United States' fastest growing private companies by Inc on their 2006 Inc 500 List.
Alternative Energy Sources to Build Ethanol Plant in Kankakee, IL
Kansas City-based Alternative Energy Sources Inc today announced plans to build a 110-million-gallon ethanol plant 65 miles south of Chicago in Kankakee, Ill.
US Wind Energy Installations Reach New Milestone
US wind energy installations now exceed 10,000 megawatts (MW) in generating capacity, and produce enough electricity on a typical day to power the equivalent of over 2 and a half million homes, the American Wind Energy Association (AWEA) announced today.
California's First Megawatt-Class Hydrogen Fuel Cell Plant Completed
Alameda County officials today announced the completion of California's first megawatt-class hydrogen fuel cell cogeneration plant, an alternative energy system that transforms hydrogen from natural gas into electricity and water without combustion, and captures waste heat to improve efficiency.
Wind Power Report Shows Facts Instead of Myths
ABS Energy Research's 2006 Wind Power Report details an eventful year in this sector of the renewable energy industry.
New Technology to Turn Landfill Waste Into Diesel Fuel Demonstrated in Washington
Green Power, Inc demonstrated their new technology of turning everyday landfill waste into diesel fuel, in a process called Catalytic Depolymerization.
Sharp and Currys to Bring Solar Technology to the High Street for the First Time
Sharp Electronics, the world's leading manufacturer of solar panels, has joined forces with Currys, the UK's leading electrical retailer, to offer a range of solar energy solutions for the home for the first time on the high street.
Vail Resorts Chooses Wind Power for 100% Of Electricity Use
Vail Resorts Inc announced today that the Company will offset 100 percent of its energy use by purchasing nearly 152,000 megawatt-hours of wind energy for its five mountain resorts, its lodging properties including RockResorts and Grand Teton Lodge Company, all of its 125 retail locations (operated through Specialty Sports Venture) and its new corporate headquarters in Broomfield, Colorado.
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