The Geothermal Energy Association (GEA) today urged the House Appropriations Committee to direct the Department of Energy (DOE) to begin implementing legislation creating a new advanced geothermal research program passed by Congress in December.
With gasoline prices projected to hit the $4 per gallon point by this summer, the Engine Repower Council (ERC) reminds motorists that a repowered engine gets better gas mileage than a worn out engine, emitting fewer pollutants as well.
Governor Edward G. Rendell said multi-million-dollar renewable energy projects, like the solar electricity generation plant he helped break ground on today in Bucks County, reinforce Pennsylvania's leadership in one of the nation's fastest growing industries and highlight the potential for jobs and economic development.
Just in time for spring, Wal-Mart announces a program to create rubber garden mulch from recycled tires, a step in the company's ongoing commitments to reaching its zero waste goal and providing access to affordable eco-friendly products.
With just a few keystrokes on a new online tool from Dow Corning Corp., manufacturing plant managers can estimate their energy and emissions savings if they lubricated their equipment properly.
Linde Nippon Sanso (LNS), a company of The Linde Group, has signed an exclusive contract with Malibu GmbH and Co. KG in Bielefeld, Germany, to supply all of the gases needed to make photovoltaic modules.
Countrywide Home Loans, a division of Countrywide Bank, FSB, today announced the retail launch of its Green Incentive Program, which will initially be available to qualified home buyers in thirteen states.
Following three years of development and customer trial programs, Oorja Protonics (Oorja), the San Francisco Bay Area based leader in ultra-powerful methanol fuel cell technology has revealed its first commercial product offering, OorjaPac(TM).
Xantrex Technology Inc. announces the launch of its Xantrex(TM) Gateway monitoring system, an innovative wireless monitoring solution for small scale solar power installations.
A national policy to cut carbon emissions by as much as 40 percent over the next 20 years could still result in increased economic growth, according to an interactive website that reviews 25 of the leading economic models used to predict the economic impacts of reducing emissions.
A public-private effort to develop technologies for more fuel-efficient automobiles and to investigate the feasibility of hydrogen-based vehicles has made significant progress in most research areas, says a new report from the National Research Council.
American Superconductor Corporation, a leading energy technologies company, today announced that it has received new orders for wind turbine core electrical components and full wind turbine electrical systems from companies in Canada and China that are in the process of adopting and scaling up manufacturing of wind turbines designed by AMSC’s wholly owned subsidiary, AMSC Windtec.
The New York Times in a March 9, 2008 article reported that the ZAP Xebra electric car is the best-selling model at the nation's top electric car dealer.
Texas Christian University (TCU), FPL Energy, LLC, and the nation's largest wind and solar energy producer, and Oxford University announced today the formation of a groundbreaking partnership and research initiative to better understand the ecological and socio-economic impacts of wind power development.
Hydrogen Engine Center, Inc., a developer and manufacturer of alternative - clean fuel internal combustion engines, engine controls and power generator systems, today announced a strategic alliance with Startech Environmental Corp., an internationally-recognized environmental technology company based in Wilton, CT, to combine Hydrogen Engine Center’s alternative gas energy conversion technology and Startech’s Plasma Converter Processing technology.