India and Iceland Discuss Mutual Cooperation on Renewable Energy
Shri Vilas Muttemwar, Minister of State (Independent Charge) for Non Conventional Energy Sources concluded a two-day visit to the Republic of Iceland on June 14.
ESF Task Force Makes Recommendations for Clean Solar Energy
The European Union and its member states are being urged by leading scientists to make a major multimillion Euro commitment to solar driven production of environmentally clean electricity, hydrogen and other fuels, as the only sustainable long-term solution for global energy needs.
Nanomix Receives Additional Patent in Hydrogen Energy Storage
Nanomix Incorporated, a leading nanoelectronic detection company commercializing high-value diagnostic and monitoring applications, today announced that it was issued an additional US patent.
Hythane Receives Global Impact Award
The Denver-based Hythane Company, which produces a patented blend of natural gas and hydrogen, received the 2006 CSIA Apex award for Best Use of Technology for a Global Impact.
Prices High at the Pumps But Awareness and Use of Alternative Fuel Technologies Remains Low
Despite record oil prices, concerns about global pollution levels and dependence on foreign energy, Americans' awareness and use of alternative fuel engine technologies is still fairly low, according to a recent Synovate survey.
Physicists Persevere in Quest for Inexhaustible Energy Source
As gas prices soar and greenhouse gases continue to blanket the atmosphere, the need for a clean, safe and cheap source of energy has never seemed more pressing.
Renewable Energy Must Be Competitive With Oil At $30 A Barrel
Recent turmoil in the commodity markets illustrates just how vulnerable the renewable energy sector is to any easing of oil prices.
PPM Energy Announces Twin Buttes Wind Farm in Colorado
PPM Energy, ScottishPower's competitive US energy business, today announced it will begin construction this fall on the 75-megawatt (MW) Twin Buttes Wind Power Project near Lamar in southeastern Colorado.
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