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Solar Power Wins Enthusiasts but Not Money

Solar Power Wins Enthusiasts but Not Money

[The New York Times] The trade association for the nuclear power industry recently asked 1,000 Americans what energy source they thought would be used most for generating electricity in 15 years. The top choice? Not nuclear plants, or coal or natural gas. The winner was the sun, cited by 27 percent of those polled. It is no wonder solar power […]
Triad Enthusiastic About Ethanol Rules

Triad Enthusiastic About Ethanol Rules

May 20, 2002 [SolarAccess.com] Triad Innovations said that the company feels it is poised to benefit from Senate approval of expanded ethanol usage directives. The company feels its revolutionary new Cryogen Centrifuge Process (CCP) currently under production, will benefit from the Senate’s March 8 announcement to triple the usage of ethanol used in blending gasoline and to ban the fuel […]
SMALL HYDRO: Practical Development: The Story of 940-kW Onekaka

SMALL HYDRO: Practical Development: The Story of 940-kW Onekaka

Four small hydro enthusiasts applied ingenuity and practical thinking to bring the 940-kW Onekaka hydro project in New Zealand — abandoned in the 1950s — back to working order.
Climbing the Windmills of Schleswig-Holstein

Climbing the Windmills of Schleswig-Holstein

Extreme sports enthusiasts are always looking for the next thrill. When the bungee has been jumped, the sky dived and the white water rafted – what then? If you live in the flatlands of Germany, you climb a windmill…
Vintners Use Solar Power to Press Grapes

Vintners Use Solar Power to Press Grapes

Wine enthusiasts sipping Chardonnay might discuss its “terroir,” a French word for the environment in which the grape vine is grown. But sun exposure, from vine to bottle, may be the most important factor at John and Alice Weygandts’ Stargazers Vineyard in Chester County, Pa., where electricity for pressing grapes and corking about 10,000 bottles of wine a year comes […]
Fair Demonstrates the Power of Renewable Energy

Fair Demonstrates the Power of Renewable Energy

Each summer, near the time of the summer solstice, the sleepy little town of Amherst Wisconsin (population 964) becomes a mecca for renewable energy enthusiasts from around the world.
Solar power used to press wine grapes, cork bottles

Solar power used to press wine grapes, cork bottles

Wine enthusiasts sipping Chardonnay might discuss its “terroir,” a French word for the environment in which the grape vine is grown. But sun exposure, from vine to bottle, may be the most important factor at John and Alice Weygandts’ Stargazers Vineyard in Chester County, Pennsylvania, where electricity for pressing grapes and corking about 10,000 bottles of wine a year comes […]
EU’s solar leadership, future hinge on investments

EU’s solar leadership, future hinge on investments

Europe's "early and enthusiastic embrace of solar energy" now translates into a comfortable market lead over Japan and the US, and slightly ahead of China. And if the US expects to climb the ladder, iSuppli says there's one key to success.
The PV Industry Tackles Solar Theft

The PV Industry Tackles Solar Theft

Solar power has many devotees: manufacturers, investors, green energy enthusiasts... and thieves. Criminal gangs are increasingly targeting the valuable PV panels, cabling and other hardware in solar installations - but the industry is taking on the challenge of stopping them.
Khosla: Ethanol Not Final Fuel

Khosla: Ethanol Not Final Fuel

[Red Herring] At the California Clean Tech Open event Tuesday, Khosla Ventures founder Vinod Khosla said the ultimate fuel probably won’t be ethanol. “Contrary to what you might believe, I think it’s extremely unlikely that in 20 years we will be using any ethanol in cars,” he said. That’s a surprising statement from one of ethanol’s most enthusiastic backers. Mr. […]