The solar manufacturer plans to use $5.7 million in clean energy manufacturing tax credits to accelerate expansion of its Norcross, Ga., plant.
Two J.R. Simplot plants and one ConAgra Foods plant have demonstrated superior energy performance, using nearly 20 percent less energy than similar facilities.
Georgia Institute of Technology and PAX Streamline hope to adapt circulation control technology of turbine blades to make them more efficient.
The joint project will develop a high voltage and chilled water system that will accept alternative energy power sources.
Interactive Web tool allows customers in Illinois, Michigan, Ohio, and Pennsylvania calculate their energy use and find ways to reduce it.
Yingli Green Energy received a $4.5 million tax credit for its planned establishment of manufacturing operations for photovoltaic modules in the United States.
The Columbia Regional Wastewater Treatment facility has received American Recovery and Reinvestment Act funds to upgrade it facilities and make it more energy efficient.
University of Delaware economists analyzed the effect of refrigerator rebates and energy savings.
Nonprofit Energy Smart will help Minnesota businesses save money through energy efficiency.
The National Governors Association Center for Best Practices will help Colorado, Hawaii, Massachusetts, North Carolina, Utah and Wisconsin retrofit their state buildings for energy efficiency.
The third WaterSmart Innovations conference is set for Oct. 6-8, 2010 at the South Point Hotel and Conference Center.
Free report offers insight into proven program models of energy efficiency.
Photovoltaic modules made from these microsized cells for the rooftops of homes and warehouses could have intelligent controls, inverters and even storage built in at the chip level, says one field engineer.
The total installed capacity of the planned projects is a little more than 9.1 megawatts, or enough to power approximately 1,000 homes.
From toner cartridges to carbon offsets, organizers tried to make this historic environmental meeting a 'green' one.
The irrigation water typically speeds through soil cracks without interacting with the soil, says Eve Hinckley.
Certification reports and compliance statements help the Department of Energy verify compliance with its energy efficiency standards.