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Nanowire-Embedded Fabrics Generate Electricity from Motion

Nanowire-Embedded Fabrics Generate Electricity from Motion

Nanotechnology researchers are developing the perfect complement to the power tie: a "power shirt" able to generate electricity to power small electronic devices for soldiers in the field, hikers and others whose physical motion could be harnessed and converted to electrical energy.
Consumers Can Promote Renewable Energy

Consumers Can Promote Renewable Energy

[RenewableEnergyAccess.com] GreenShift’s investment in TerraPass, which is a development stage company founded at the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania, will enable consumers to purchase CO2 credits and renewable energy certificates (RECs). When consumers purchase TerraPass, they offset their car’s emissions by investing in clean-energy alternatives such as wind and bioenergy; a decal sold through the TerraPass website is […]
From Module Cleaning Robots to Flying Drones: Japan’s Growing Solar O&M Market

From Module Cleaning Robots to Flying Drones: Japan’s Growing Solar O&M Market

Japan has installed almost 11 GW of photovoltaic (PV) capacity in just two years after the introduction of the feed-in tariff (FIT) program. This amount is equivalent to twice as much as the cumulative capacity installed over the two decades before the FIT. Besides over 16.5 GW of installed PV capacity, Japan has close to 70 GW of reserved PV capacity under the FIT as of July 2014.
PG&E and BioEnergy Solutions Use Manure for Renewable Energy

PG&E and BioEnergy Solutions Use Manure for Renewable Energy

Under a recent agreement, BioEnergy Solutions will deliver up to three billion cubic feet of renewable natural gas a year to Pacific Gas and Electric Company (PG&E) to meet the electricity needs of approximately 50,000 PG&E residential customers in central and northern California.
Scaling-up PV Fabs? Make Tagging Your Friend

Scaling-up PV Fabs? Make Tagging Your Friend

Solar cell manufacturing technologies are advancing and proliferating. To avoid confusion and potential hazards when your fab goes from a handful of people to hundreds, implement an equipment tagging system.
No Biomass at Burger as FirstEnergy Opts To Close Coal-fired Units

No Biomass at Burger as FirstEnergy Opts To Close Coal-fired Units

FirstEnergy Corp. cancelled plans to repower units 4 and 5 at its R.E. Burger Plant in Shadyside, Ohio, and will permanently shut down the units by Dec. 31, 2010.
Technology Acquired to Develop Waste-to-Energy Facilities

Technology Acquired to Develop Waste-to-Energy Facilities

International Power Group, Ltd. (IPG) recently acquired proprietary patented technologies from three Swedish companies that are expected to help in developing waste-to-energy facilities and expanding into other renewable energy businesses.
Scaling-up PV fabs? Make tagging your friend

Scaling-up PV fabs? Make tagging your friend

Solar cell manufacturing technologies are advancing and proliferating. To avoid confusion and potential hazards when your fab goes from a handful of people to hundreds, implement an equipment tagging system, says blogger Steve Blaine, CH2M HILL.
Producing Renewable Fuels From Renewable Energy

Producing Renewable Fuels From Renewable Energy

In the fall of 2008, XL Dairy Group, Inc. will begin operations at its Vicksburg, Arizona, facility as a self-contained biorefinery designed to produce high-grade ethanol, biodiesel, milk and dairy products, and animal feed -- along with 100% of the energy required to run the plant.
U.S. Air Force Tests Fuel Cell Efficiency

U.S. Air Force Tests Fuel Cell Efficiency

A new fuel cell is giving airmen at Robins Air Force Base a sneak peek at the proposed plan of the Department of Defense (DOD) for using hydrogen as an alternative fuel source. Officials said the test unit installed here is the fifth in the DOD and the first to be evaluated on an Air Force base.