Schott Applied Power Corporation (SAPC) has announced that the Puget Sound Environmental Learning Center (PSELC) on Bainbridge Island, Washington, won an AIA COTE Top Ten Green Project Award for a project that included a 23 kW SAPC solar array.
Southwest Windpower, a producer of small battery-charging wind generators, has been chosen to receive the 2002 Small Business Exporter of the Year award from the Export-Import Bank of the United States (Ex-Im Bank).
Virtual Technologies, Ltd. is focusing its commercial development efforts on the international alternative and Renewable Energy sector, by offering power conditioning and conversion solutions. Virtual Technologies, Ltd. now offers custom engineered and manufactured power conversion equipment ranging from 5 W to 150 kW.
Bangor Hydro-Electric has announced to employees the first phase of its planned restructuring. The restructuring is part of the Company's efforts to develop a long-term strategy.
Virtual Technologies, Ltd. has begun production of two new DC-to-DC converters specifically designed for fuel cell electrical power generation.
Choosing between environmentally responsible business practices and economic viability are no longer mutually exclusive choices according to many experts who will come together at the Business of the Environment Conference at ENVIRO 2002 from April 7 -12 here.
BC Hydro has signed a memorandum of understanding with Energetech Australia Pty Ltd. to contribute to the development of a three to four MW ocean wave energy demonstration project on Vancouver Island as part of the 20 MW Vancouver Island Green Energy Demonstration project announced by the company in June 2001.
The National Wind Technology Center (NWTC) has chosen SWANTECH's Stress Wave Analysis (SWAN(TM)) technology for endurance testing of wind turbine mechanical drive systems.
A 20 kW building-integrated photovoltaic array has been installed at San Francisco International Airport, which is now supplying a portion of the power needed at one of the airport's support buildings.
European Union (EU) contracts worth nearly US$14 million are now up and running for the German company Phönix SonnenStrom AG to integrate Renewable Energy systems into the urban environment.