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Whole Foods Market Will Purchase 100% Wind Power

Whole Foods Market, the world's leading natural and organic foods supermarket, has made a landmark purchase of renewable energy credits from wind farms to offset 100% of the electricity used in all of its stores, facilities, bake houses, distribution centers, regional offices and national headquarters in the United States and Canada.


Panasonic Laptop Fuel Cell

Matsushita Battery Industrial, a division of Panasonic, has a developed a working model for a direct methanol fuel cell (DMFC) powered laptop.


Storing Wind Energy

A group of cities in Iowa plan to capture energy from the wind and store it underground to make electricity during times of peak energy demand.


New Higher-Power Solar Panel from Evergreen Solar

Evergreen Solar, Inc, a manufacturer of solar power products with its proprietary, low-cost String Ribbon wafer technology, today introduced a 120-watt solar panel.


Magenn Power Air Rotor System

The Magenn Power Air Rotor System (MARS) is a lighter-than-air tethered device that rotates in response to wind, efficiently generating renewable electrical energy.


Venture Capital Firms Continue to Increase Investments in Solar Power

Venture capital firms in the US have invested over $67 billion in the solar sector, which is more than double the investments in 2004.


Honda is Entering the Solar Power Business

Honda has become the first automaker to enter into the solar cell business.


Brazil Enters the Era of Wind Power

One of the world's largest windpower parks is under construction in Osório, state of Rio Grande do Sul.



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