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Suntech Power Holdings Co., Ltd., one of the world's leading manufacturers of photovoltaic (PV) cells and modules, officially announced the opening of its U.S. headquarters in San Francisco, California this week.
Have you ever stared out of your airplane window during takeoff? You’re most likely faced with the acres of clear land surrounding the runway or the expansive roofs of various airport terminals. Just imagine the power that could be gained if all of that empty space were used for renewable energy purposes.
The Metropolitan Nashville Airport Authority (MNAA) in Tennessee has transitioned the air conditioning at the Nashville International Airport (BNA) to a geothermal lake plate cooling system.
Vancouver International Airport Authority added a new solar-powered hot water heating system in the airport's domestic terminal building that will contribute to savings of nearly CAD$90,000 (US$67,500) and 8,569 gigajoules (approximately 2.4 million kWh) per year. The 100 solar panels installed on the roof of the building, will help to generate enough energy to heat an average of 800 gallons of hot water at Vancouver International Airport (YVR) each hour.
China, the world’s biggest solar market for two years running, is pushing to install more panels at factories, schools and even greenhouses as it seeks to meet its goals under a historic climate agreement with the U.S.
The Port of Portland is boosting its commitment to renewable energy by tripling its purchase of Pacific Power's Blue Sky renewable energy certificates, ensuring support for projects such as Oregon's Stateline Wind Energy Center.
Suntech Power Holdings Co., Ltd. today announced that it has reached an agreement to supply close to 3,000 solar modules for installation in the San Francisco International Airport's (SFIA) new Terminal T3 solar project. The solar modules will be installed by San Francisco-based BASS Electric.
August 20, 2002 [SolarAccess.com] People’s Power & Light will present a public discussion on the benefits, opportunities and impacts that wind energy will have on Rhode Island as several offshore projects continue to develop in the nearby waters of Long Island and Massachusetts. The discussion will be lead by a panel of experts including representatives from project developers, wind turbine […]
California's three investor-owned utilities - Southern California Edison, Pacific Gas & Electric and San Diego Gas & Electric have recognized five outstanding non-residential buildings as part of its "Savings By Design" program which encourages high-performance non-residential building design and construction in California.
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