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Solar IPO Postponed until ’03

Solar IPO Postponed until ’03

Intercedent Ventures Ltd. (IVL) previously announced that it would hold an Extraordinary General Meeting (EGM) of IVL Shareholders in Vancouver on December 20, 2002 to approve IVL’s amalgamation with ARISE Technologies Corporation (ARISE). The amalgamation will be an arm’s length transaction effected in accordance with the policies of the TSX Venture Exchange. ARISE is an energy technology company located in […]
Solar Power Company Aims for IPO

Solar Power Company Aims for IPO

ARISE Technologies Corporation has completed the first tranche of its previously announced IPO financing and also completed a planned amalgamation with Intercedent Ventures Ltd. (IVL) following receipt of approvals by the shareholders of both companies. It is anticipated that final documentation can be submitted to the TSX Venture Exchange and, following approval by the TSX Venture Exchange, trading in ARISE shares will commence.
Forming a Single Voice for British Biomass

Forming a Single Voice for British Biomass

The Renewable Power Association and British Biogen announced that they have agreed to amalgamate, creating a single voice for Britain’s biomass energy producers. Biomass currently accounts for about 30 percent of renewable electricity generation in the United Kingdom, and there are emerging markets for renewable heat production and transport biofuels. The merged group is working on a strategy for the […]
Uniterre to Consider Merging with its NaiKun Wind Subsidiary

Uniterre to Consider Merging with its NaiKun Wind Subsidiary

Vancouver, British Columbia [RenewableEnergyAccess.com] Uniterre Resources Ltd shareholders will be asked to approve an amalgamation of the company with its partially owned subsidiary NaiKun Wind Development Inc. in a meeting to be held in September. NaiKun is the developer of a five-phase 1750-megawatt offshore wind farm in Hecate Strait, British Columbia, and anticipates the completion of its $5,000,000 financing by […]
New York to Use Renewable Energy to Alleviate Power Grid

New York to Use Renewable Energy to Alleviate Power Grid

An organization in New York will unveil a "Green Apple" renewable energy program that will alleviate the city's overburdened electricity grid through the use of solar energy and low-emission energy facilities.
Working Smarter, Not Harder: How Companies Are Setting New Energy Goals

Working Smarter, Not Harder: How Companies Are Setting New Energy Goals

It’s no secret that companies use goals to push their businesses in a positive direction. Whether it’s about creating more value or reducing impacts, goals provide focus, direction, and a sense of urgency.
European Turbine Production Consolidation

European Turbine Production Consolidation

Wind turbine manufacturer Nordex AG will be further concentrating its production of wind turbines in Rostock. Manufacture at the second European production facility in Give, Denmark, is to be gradually scaled down over the coming three months.
New Zealand Law Starts Boosting Renewable Energies

New Zealand Law Starts Boosting Renewable Energies

The government of New Zealand, facing possible power cuts because of a major drought, has passed a new electricity law which will force systems to be put in place to make it easier for distributed generation to feed into the market.
UK Law Could Streamline Renewable Energy

UK Law Could Streamline Renewable Energy

UK Energy Minister Malcolm Wicks outlined the Government's broad support for Mark Lazarowicz's Climate Change and Sustainable Energy Private Member's Bill, which had its second reading in the Commons this week. The main purpose of the Bill is to enhance the UK's contribution to tackling climate change.
5 Industries that Threaten the Globe and How We are Going to Save It

5 Industries that Threaten the Globe and How We are Going to Save It

As our knowledge of how to clean up and prevent pollution increases and scientists slowly discover why we get certain illnesses and diseases, the world becomes more conscious of creating ways to make work environments safer; not only for the laborers, but for the entire human race. The goal is not necessarily to shut the processes down, but to reroute the toxic chemicals emitted in order to capture their vapors from releasing into the ozone. It's a new generation of wind, tidal and solar energy generators providing the world with its power. Continents are rapidly expanding their renewable energy resources, budgets and plans in order to eliminate dependency on these medieval practices that shortens the future of a healthy humanity.