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After two years of product research and development, ImaginIt launched three new solar electric product lines: eBuilding, Solar Street Furniture, and Sun & Sea PV. The company will concentrate on commercial and governmental buildings with its eBuilding solar electric systems for flat roofs accented by its Solar Street Furniture as its target market in 2004.
When renovations to the carriage house at the Colorado Governor's mansion left a solar photovoltaic (PV) array without a home, the state Office of Energy Management and Conservation made sure the system didn't go to waste. The PV array was the prize in this year's statewide Colorado Energy Science Center (CESC) Home Energy Investigation Contest, and was won by Penrose Middle School.
Facing Extreme Drought, Australia (And Possibly Texas) Undoes Best Strategy for Water Conservation: Clean Energy
Cowboys, frontier grit, accented English, and wild, wide open spaces are just a few of the similarities shared by Texas and Australia. Both places also have an energy-water problem. But, the good news for Texas is that it’s not too late for us to learn from Australia’s mistakes — and a few successes, too.
Comments from the Union of Concerned Scientists and HybridCenter.org on Latest Automaker Developments
Top analysts from leading market research firms Solarbuzz and Gartner are scheduled to speak in January at the 2011 Lasers & Photonics Marketplace Seminar in San Francisco, CA. They will be covering the solar / photovoltaic and semiconductor equipment market segments respectively.
Lots of companies are jumping in to the clean energy space, and all of them will need logos that tell their story and set them apart from the competition. If you're with one of these companies, you're no doubt thinking, "Is there really a difference between making a logo for a clean energy company and other types of companies?" The answer is a resounding YES. Here are 5 tips every clean energy start-up should know.
With the generation capacity of renewables, led by solar PV and wind power, on the rise across the globe — 46 percent of newly installed generation capacity in 2013 was renewables — investors large and small are scrambling to find cost-effective means to store power and balance energy systems.
The Solar Decathlon's mission, at its core, is to showcase one simple fact: that homes can be built today that are innovatively efficient from energy to water usage, in a variety of appealing and generally affordable designs. Judging by our own eyes, and the eyes of this year's judges and thousands of visitors over two weeks in CA, Irvine, this year's Solar Decathlon again accomplished its mission.
In the 1987 movie Tin Men, Richard Dreyfuss, as a scamming aluminum-siding salesman from a telemarketing firm in the early-1960s, is setting up a camera with his partner in the front lawn of single-family home, talking more loudly than necessary about the image of the house he sees through his lens. After a minute, a curious, frumpy housewife in wide-rimmed […]