At least four requests to supply renewable energy in the United States have been issued.
A windfarm under construction in Texas will be expanded to 150 megawatts capacity from its original design of 130 MW.
The committee that handles discretionary spending of the U.S. government has appropriated more money for renewable energy programs than was requested by President George Bush.
Despite the growing popularity of distributed power among utilities and consumers, the technologies still have a number of regulatory and technical barriers, according to a report.
One of the more prestigious universities in the United States will strengthen its focus on energy and environmental problems.
Two companies in the United States will develop a 250 kW uninterruptible power supply.
A renewable energy company in Scotland has secured funding for its wave power technology.
The environmental group Greenpeace took on one of the world's largest oil companies yesterday, for its lack of support for renewable energy projects.
The United Nations Commission on Sustainable Development has started its first multi-stakeholder dialogue session on achieving access to sustainable energy.
A Germany research organization has developed reference cells that will help to reduce the cost of using solar photovoltaic power.