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Geothermal energy not only has a renewed exploration roadmap to follow, but a revived political landscape as well.
Warren, a small city in Northern Minnesota, is offering an innovative public service: images that reveal building heat loss, captured by drones.
For the first time in Colorado, a fuel cell providing power to a residence and to the electrical grid system is available for public viewing. The fuel cell will be operating at the Parade of Homes from August 31 through October 6, 2002.
LG Display Co. Ltd. announced plans to focus its R&D capabilities on a thin-film type solar cell and nurture it as a future growth driver. LG Display plans to invest KRW 50 billion [US $39 million] into R&D to build a pilot line within its Paju display complex in Korea during the second half of 2009 and build an outdoor test power generation facility.
Sailors, surfers and sea lions used to be the only ones catching waves on the California coast, but home owners could benefit from the energy of waves if scientists can catch the power from the ocean and bring it to shore. An Offshore Wave Energy Feasibility Demonstration Project from September 15 to 17, 2004 will bring together E2I, ERPI, DOE, NREL, and various state energy agencies in Palo Alto to discuss the latest information in wave energy.
From parades, fairs and backdoor BBQs to sporting events, pontificating politicians and splashy fireworks displays, Independence Day is associated with a dazzling display of events celebrating the history, government and traditions of the United States.
With 106 different companies exhibiting at this year's PowerGen renewable energy conference it's challenging for RenewableEnergyAccess.com to cover all the companies and their products in an equal light. Major fixtures in the renewable energy industry like GE Energy for wind power and BP Solar for photovoltaic power (PV) were there, but in this article I want to share something different. The following snippets, including photographs, offer a brief overview of some lesser-known companies or products that were shown at the industry-wide trade show. These companies all occupy their own niche in the clean energy industry and are either offering a new product, a new approach, or simply caught my eye among the many worthy exhibitors.
Sharp Electronics Corporation, the U.S. sales and marketing subsidiary of Sharp Corporation, Osaka, Japan, returns to the International Builders Show in 2003 to showcase a range of one-of-a-kind products in the home entertainment, appliance and solar energy categories featuring proprietary technologies and unique styling for design and environment conscious consumers.
Sometimes, the best way to reach a large goal is to break it into small parts. On the Canary Island chain, the Tenerife Island Council (Cabildo de Tenerife) and Institute of Renewable Energies (ITER) have plans for a 15 MW solar photovoltaic (PV) array. For the first stage of the grid-connected PV facility, which will hopefully grow beyond the 15 MW, the organizations have proposed to develop 150 individual fields of 100 kW each and sell the ownership of each field to private investors.
Boasting may not be in their DNA, but military veterans are going on well-deserved display thanks to PennWell's Wall of Honor.