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Just a week after President George W. Bush proclaimed his support for renewable energy technologies, the nation's premier renewable energy laboratory has been forced to announce layoffs because the Bush Administration's proposed budget doesn't adequately fund the laboratory's current staff.
Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy has selected UL (Underwriters Laboratories) for the provision of inspection and certification services for the company’s most advanced turbine designs.
US Renewables Group (USRG) announced the formation of Westerly Wind LLC, a new company that plans to provide development capital and expertise to wind developers seeking to advance projects in the current difficult financial climate.
The California Public Utilities Commission is now just weeks away from voting to create the largest solar program in the United States. If passed this "Million Solar Roofs" initiative would create a 10-year incentive program to increase and extend California's current solar programs, and achieve Governor Schwarzenegger's 3000 MW solar target -- equivalent to one million 3kW residential solar energy systems. But will the Commission provide adequate funding for the Million Solar Roofs Program? How much money is really necessary? What will it cost the average residential customer?
ENER-G will showcase its funded CHP and complementary energy saving solutions at NEMEX (Hall 17-18, stand G60) The company will show how going green can pay for itself – with no upfront investment in energy saving infrastructure required by customers – thanks to funding from ENER-G. ENER-G’s energy services agreements on cogeneration and complementary technologies guarantee minimum energy savings and […]
Solexant Corp., developer of third-generation ultrathin-film PV technology, has selected the city of Gresham, Oregon for the location of its first commercial-scale nanocrystal manufacturing facility.
ENER-G will launch a new sub 200kwth CHP system, that maximises financial incentives on small scale AD, at NEMEX (Stand J64) from 21-23 April at the NEC, Birmingham. The company will also showcase its wider portfolio of funded CHP solutions – from simple packaged generator supply – to complex boiler house / energy centre solutions. ENER-G will also highlight […]
Legislators, industry officials and California's Governor are working hard to get a solar homes bill before the state Legislature. Solar Homes Bill (SB) 1652, authored by State Senator Kevin Murray, was written as a vehicle to provide funds for the installation of solar electric systems on new homes built in California. The Senate and the California Housing Committee passed SB 1652, but the Assembly Appropriations Committee defeated the bill as it was written.
Trafford Community Leisure Trust has exploded the myth that organisations need to be cash rich to go green. The charity is cutting carbon dioxide emissions at three leisure centres by using ENER-G combined heat and power (CHP) systems to generate its own low cost, energy efficient electricity and heat supplies. The Trust is gaining the green benefits without any upfront […]
As the next President takes office on January 20, 2009, the nation looks to him to come up with a plan that will put an end to the crippling high energy costs. The plan must be thoroughly thought out and based in reality. Yet it must be executed quickly, forcefully, and successfully.