A Cranfield University student, Siobhán McGrath, has taken on two roles in European Higher Education, giving her a unique opportunity to voice the opinions of higher education students in the UK and young engineers ...
Thomas Swan are hoping their plans to have an Anaerobic Digester (AD) plant on the site the company has occupied since 1926 are given the green light. Designs for this safe, clean and unobtrusive way to produce low carbon sustainable energy have been submitted and local residents were given the opportunity to ask questions and voice any concerns at a ‘drop-in’ sessions in Crookhall Community Centre.
New Energy Husum, the leading renewable energy trade fair, offers trade and private visitors, job seekers and families numerous informative and entertaining events from 21 to 24 March.
Pythagoras Solar, a provider of integrated photovoltaic (BIPV) products with operational foot prints in United States, China and Israel, has appointed Scott Hoover as Director of Sales for North America amidst increasing demand for its high power density and energy-efficient solar windows.
This summer, Trees New York's Young Urban Forester Summer Internship Program is helping twelve high school students to gain a competitive advantage in green jobs.
Charles Johnson, Vice President for Environment, Health and Safety at The Aluminum Association, has testified in front of House of Representative's Energy and Commerce Committee, Subcommittee on Environment and the Economy.
John O’Brien, Managing Director of Australian CleanTech, said, “This is the third version of Australian Cleantech Review and it has been used extensively by investors and governments wanting to understand the sector.
Suniva, a producer of high-power solar modules and efficient crystalline silicon solar cells, has powered a solar canopy for the Laredo Bus Facility in Decatur, Georgia.
Siemens announced that it will build and operate a wind turbine manufacturing unit in Tillsonburg. This announcement was appreciated by the Canadian Wind Energy Association (CanWEA).
Southeast Renewable Energy announced that it has planned to build a biomass plant in Allendale County, South Carolina, for $50 million. The material source for the biomass plant will be timber residues.