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Many organizations and consumers are considering carbon neutrality as awareness grows about global warming. But not all providers of carbon offsets are created equal. An independent survey evaluated 30 retail providers of carbon offsets in the U.S., engineered by Clean Air - Cool Planet, a nonprofit dedicated to promoting solutions to global warming. The result, The Consumers' Guide to Retail Carbon Offset Providers, is the first such examination of the retail offsets market in the U.S. As the executive summary notes, "in the absence of an accepted standard, almost anyone can offer to sell you almost anything and claim that this purchase will make you carbon neutral. Because a carbon offset is an intangible commodity, it is very difficult for consumers -- even environmentally savvy ones -- to differentiate between a high-quality and a low-quality offering."
York Hospital will begin purchasing 100 percent of its electricity from Maine renewable sources as part of a commitment to creating environmentally healthy surroundings for patients, staff and communities.
I was aware that the Solar Power 2007 conference held in Long Beach, California, last month would be big. Up to ten thousand delegates. But what did this mean in the U.S. context? Was last year double the size, or half the size?
An energy group in the United States has staged a ‘Congressional Distributed Power Day' to explain the benefits of DG technologies.
Germany-based energy supply company E.ON is looking to move into the U.K. and enter the energy storage and solar energy markets. The company unveiled their available solar and storage system technologies to U.K. customers this week.
The Rhone-Alpes region of southeastern France has just been awarded the Pole of Competitiveness status concerning New Energy Technologies by the French government, which recognizes the region’s leading position in Europe in the field. For its part, ERAI (the region’s international business development agency) successfully invited buyers and experts to take part in the Renewable Energies Trade Fair 2005 in […]
Ben & Jerry's, the Vermont based ice cream company known for its social activism and quirky founders, will support the construction of a new wind turbine in South Dakota through it's participation in a green energy credit program.
Secretary of Energy Spencer Abraham joined China's Science and Technology Minister Xu and Beijing's Vice Mayor Fan to sign the Green Olympic Protocol for Beijing's 2008 Olympic Games.
New Hampshire's largest solar power array, about 10 times larger than any other solar project in the state, opens atop Stonyfield Farm's 120,000 square-foot organic yogurt facility today. The 50 kW solar energy system demonstrates the company's commitment to supporting renewable energy projects.
An initiative is in place to implement a new International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA) to foster global collaboration and to promote and lobby for renewable energy solutions worldwide. Jose Etcheverry and Lily Riahi explain.