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It’s going to take time for the dust to settle but for now, let’s be heartened by the fact that the Glasgow sessions have once again put renewables on the agenda.
More good news from the UK this month as the Government announced a new package of £265m to support green energy projects. The money will be channeled via the Contracts for Difference auction series, an incentive scheme launched just under a decade ago.
[AlterNet] It started as a typical over-the-back-fence suburban neighborhood chat, not the kind of thing that would escalate into a criminal prosecution. Carolynn Bissett and her husband, Richard Treanor, were pulling weeds in their backyard on Benton Street here on a July day in 2001, when their neighbor Mark Vargas peeked over the fence for a chat.
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On Feb. 12, the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission approved a successive preliminary permit for Turnagain Arm Tidal Energy Corp. for a tidal energy project in Alaska.
Dusseldorf-based Degussa GmbH, and Erfurt-based PV Silicon Forschungs- und Produktions AG have signed a ten-year agreement for the supply of chlorosilanes, a raw material used in the production of polysilicon.
You’re an entrepreneur and you’ve got a great new business model or technology that you want to share with the world. Unfortunately, the present economic climate has got you thinking more about a second job flipping hamburgers than raising venture capital. But now might be the best time to dust that idea off, bring your team together and start pitching […]
[CNNMoney.com] As a chief advocate for corn farmers around the country, Rob Litterer will be working the halls of Congress this fall to push for increased ethanol production. But he’s facing stiff opposition from what on the surface seems an unlikely source—the farm lobby. The burgeoning ethanol industry is creating a wave of prosperity for rural towns throughout the Midwest, […]
Carmanah's Solar LED Lighting Group has been contracted by the Piarco International Airport, Trinidad & Tobago, to supply wirelessly controlled, portable airfield lights, which will illuminate a threshold and runway edge during construction on the airport's main runway.
[Greentech Media] On a windy day in Yokohama, 20 miles south of Tokyo, a lone wind turbine turns steadily against the sky. Flanked on one side by the U.S. Army base, and with an unobstructed view of the bay, the turbine is fenced off on a small perimeter of land on the edge of the water.