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Heliotronics Inc., a company that specializes in educational data displays for solar photovoltaic (PV) systems, has launched its PV Live™ initiative that brings up-to-the-second renewable energy data to the general public via the Internet. With updates every 1 to 2 seconds, PV Live™ is designed to promote interest and engage the public in order to garner support for expanding the use of renewable energy. The monitoring system extends the reach of the high-speed data link to anywhere there is an Internet connection. Now with PV Live™, when the clouds part and the sun comes out, people can see the needle on the power gauge respond immediately, which helps them make the connection at a visceral level that this system is producing energy from sunlight.
One of New Jersey's most advanced solar energy systems was unveiled in Sewell, New Jersey at The Educational Information and Resource Center (EIRC), a public agency specializing in education programs and services. The new 88 kW Sharp photovoltaic (PV) system that was evaluated and designed by Solara Energy, is the heart of EIRC's new Green Apple Program designed to highlight real-world practices that preserve the environment and reduce energy consumption.
The home furnishing retailer, IKEA, has joined with Green Mountain Energy Company and Sun Power Electric, to build the largest solar electric array in western Pennsylvania.
Eurosolar, the European Association of Renewable Energies, announced they are now accepting submissions for the National and European Solar Prizes for 2005. The organization, headed up by Hermann Sheer, originator of Germany's successful feed-in law, awards the National and the European Solar Prizes to municipalities, municipal enterprises, individuals, engineers, architects, owners of installations using Renewable Energies, and to organizations who rendered outstanding service to the use and promotion of renewable energy.
EUROSOLAR is now accepting bids for their National and European Solar Prizes 2003. Eligibility is offered to municipalities, municipal enterprises, individuals, engineers, architects, owners of installations using Renewable Energies, and to organizations who rendered outstanding service to the utilization of Renewable Energy.
New York Times Columnist Thomas Friedman's latest book, "Hot, Flat and Crowded," looks at the imminent need to formulate a national strategy to combat climate change, stimulate technological innovation and grow America's economy.
Solar Power International served as a perfect stage for several organizations to honor industry professionals for their hard work and dedication to the solar industry.
One of the goals at Canadian provincial utility Hydro-Quebec is to teach people more about where they get their energy, and specifically, more about hydropower.
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