A state-wide public interest group in Pennsylvania is urging a government task force on energy to improve the state's draft energy policy and to support the use of renewable energy in future.
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The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency it will power three of its research facilities in Ohio with 100 percent renewable energy.
Two of the of the world's largest manufacturers of wind turbines, Vestas Wind Systems and NEG Micon, deny that they are interested in buying Enron Wind.
The largest windfarm in the eastern United States will be built near the New York town of Fenner, with financial help from the state Energy Smart program.
The National Institute of Science & Technology has launched a multi-year mobile tracking program to obtain performance data needed for photovoltaic cells used on the exterior of buildings.
A U.S. firm has purchased a Canadian company that manufactures power conditioning systems for wind and solar energy applications.
Two energy and technology companies in the United States have joined forces to offer both green power and high-speed wireless internet access.
The first phase of the SunBridge wind power project is generating renewable energy for the provincial utility grid from three test turbines in Gull Lake, Saskatchewan.
Turbines at the largest windfarm constructed in Kansas have been powered up by UtiliCorp United and FPL Energy.