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As part of the EVZone project, thirty municipal electric buses are already cruising the streets of the district, with the goal of replacing all existing buses in the Anting section within the next two years. To date, the construction of 100 charging poles in public areas has been completed in the zone, with plans to end the year with 770 charging poles in operation, along with supporting charging facilities placed in both residential neighborhoods and office buildings. Plans further call for the placement of between two and three thousand charging poles, deemed a sufficient number to satisfy the recharging needs of local EVs, over the coming two to three years.
A U.S. publishing company has launched a resource centre on its internet site to provide free access to business information on clean technology and resources.
3TIER announced the expansion of its FirstLook Prospecting tool, now providing free access to average wind speed ranges anywhere in the world, through a 5 kilometer resolution map. FirstLook is Web-based assessment tool to globally prospect for viable wind energy generation locations.
Evergreen Solar Inc. announced that its panels are being used to provide the electricity for a new electric vehicle battery recharging station in a high-traffic area in Frankfurt, Germany. The solar "fuel" station provides free battery charging for small-scale electric vehicles including Velotaxis, Segways, electric bikes and scooters.
November 1, 2002 [SolarAccess.com] The Berkeley’s Best Builder’s (BBB) program provides free technical assistance for developers to educate them about green design and construction for commercial and multi-family housing projects in Berkeley. To date, the BBB program has provided design assistance for developers of 1.2 million square feet of commercial projects.
I have just written an article about EnaSolar, an inverter manufacturer from New Zealand. Most people don’t really associate the land of the long white cloud with anything high-tech, but EnaSolar’s inverters are nothing to sneeze at. They come equipped with sophisticated monitoring technology that allows the owner, installer, and manufacturer to keep track of system performance via a Wi-Fi […]
MamaBaby, a non-profit birthing center that provides free prenatal, birth, and postpartum services to expectant mothers in Haiti approached us requesting a feasibility study for a solar installation with batteries. The birthing center was not tied to the grid. The entire facility was powered by a small gas generator. They could only afford to fire it up for 2 hours a day – just long enough to run the water pump to fill their roof-top water holding tank. We started talking internally and with suppliers. Then one thing led to another, and a few months later we were involved in a full out effort to provide a battery / solar power system for the clinic. Read the complete story here: Powering a Birthing Center in Haiti with Solar
Ford and SunPower have entered a partnership to make solar power and electric vehicles affordable for middle- to high-income households in the US. Combined, a Ford Focus EV and a 2.5kW Sunpower array will cost somewhere in the range of $40,000, after federal subsidies are taken into account. This synergistic pairing could assist new car buyers in leaping the price […]
Sungevity, this week, unveiled the Sungevity LA Solar Lease Program, which was designed specifically for residents of Los Angeles City and County.
With the deadline for the 44c/kWh South Australian feed-in tariff fast approaching (deadline is 30 Sep 2010!), Solar Choice has been getting lots of questions about the particulars of eligibility requirements, and we’ve been making sure that the answers we’ve been giving are accurate. I have the SA Energy Advisory Hotline programmed into my mobile, and have been making good […]