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How Long Island could become a green hydrogen hub

How Long Island could become a green hydrogen hub

New York-based National Grid US envisions a “hydrogen hub” in Long Island that it says will help the state and city meet net-zero carbon goals in the coming decades.
Solar Energy Center Reworks Hydrogen Web Pages

Solar Energy Center Reworks Hydrogen Web Pages

The Florida Solar Energy Center, a research institute of the University of Central Florida, has launched new web pages for its hydrogen R&D program.
Italy Passes 7,000 MW of Total Installed Solar PV

Italy Passes 7,000 MW of Total Installed Solar PV

The interactive web page Atlasole created by Italy's Gestore dei Servizi Energetici (GSE) indicates that the country surpassed 7,000 MW of total installed solar photovoltaics (solar PV) from nearly one-quarter million systems sometime mid-year.
Solar-Powered Web Host Offers New Services

Solar-Powered Web Host Offers New Services

Solar Solar Data Centers, Inc. (SDC), announced the Solar Data Centers - Content Management (SDC-CM) an Internet hosting and management toolset.
DOE Launches New State Portal for Efficiency and RE

DOE Launches New State Portal for Efficiency and RE

[RenewableEnergyAccess.com] DOE’s Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy (EERE) has opened a new portal to Web-based state information. Called “EERE State Activities & Partnerships,” the new Web site organizes links to hundreds of state-specific Web pages published by EERE and its technology development programs, including such information as DOE grants to the states, resource maps, project databases, and contacts. […]
Grants for Michigan Biofuels Education

Grants for Michigan Biofuels Education

Michigan Department of Consumer & Industry Services (CIS) Director David C. Hollister announced that the CIS Energy Office has awarded US$3,840 to Kettering University of Flint and US$5,000 to Urban Options of East Lansing for biofuel education projects.
Green Opportunities in Massachusetts

Green Opportunities in Massachusetts

June 4, 2003 [SolarAccess.com] The Massachusetts Technology Collaborative announced one of its latest solicitation releases, the Special Opportunity Partnership Initiative (SOPI). SOPI is a three-year US$8 million Initiative within the Green Buildings Program that builds on the learning experiences of the Green Schools and Green Buildings Initiatives. The intent and design of this Initiative, is to enable MTC to identify […]
GridPoint’s Energy Management Portal Shows Personal Energy Usage

GridPoint’s Energy Management Portal Shows Personal Energy Usage

Las Vegas, Vevada [RenewableEnergyAccess.com] GridPoint, Inc., provider of intelligent energy management (IEM) appliances, announced GridPoint Central, its first online energy management portal to offer residential and light commercial customers insight into their energy usage. Through a personal Web page, GridPoint Central customers access current energy usage statistics, historical usage patterns, and the amount of carbon dioxide emissions avoided by utilizing […]
Cape Wind Offers Real-Time Weather Data

Cape Wind Offers Real-Time Weather Data

Cape Wind, which proposed what could be the first offshore wind farm in the United States, has made real-time information from its recently installed scientific data tower on Horseshoe Shoal in Nantucket Sound available on its website.
Alaska Offers Grants for Development of Hydro, Other Renewables Projects

Alaska Offers Grants for Development of Hydro, Other Renewables Projects

The Alaska Energy Authority (AEA) is soliciting competitive grant applications from qualified applicants for renewable energy projects, including hydro projects, to be funded by the Alaska State Legislature. The Round IV application period opens July 21. AEA must receive Round IV applications no later than 5p.m. on Sept. 15, 2010.