July 2009

Solar power: Intersolar North America starts tomorrow

July 13, 2009

One of the biggest solar energy events in America kicks off tomorrow. A business-to-business trade show for the global solar industry, it includes a conference covering topics such as photovoltaics, solar thermal, equipment and materials manufacturing, policy analysis, performance and standardization. Related Posts:No Related Posts Found! Go find some…

Read the full article…or else →

Renewable energy receives more than $3 billion from American government

July 10, 2009

As part of an partnership aimed at increasing economic development in urban and rural areas the U.S. Department of the Treasury and the U.S. Department of Energy yesterday announced an estimated $3 billion for the development of renewable energy projects around the country and made available the guidance businesses will need to submit a successful […]

Read the full article…or else →

You heard it here first: national renewable energy radio show soon to be launched

July 8, 2009

July 13 is when renewable energy news will hit the airwaves. Pure Energy will broadcast from the Miami studios of 880 The Biz (WZAB) between 6 and 7pm EDT on Mondays. It will be hosted by energy expert Sean O’Hanlon, who is also the Executive Director of the American Biofuels Council (ABC). Guests for the […]

Read the full article…or else →

Turning plastic bottles into a source of renewable energy

July 3, 2009

The weekend is upon us and it’s great to have something cheerful to take with us to our leisure time. In my view, nothing more uplifting than a great green idea. So meet Plastic Plan. The project, still in paper, aims at ridding landfills of plastic bottles while using them to generate clean energy offshore. […]

Read the full article…or else →

Wells Fargo in $100 million deal with SunPower

July 2, 2009

Wells Fargo and SunPower today announced a new collaborative effort to fund up to $100 million in SunPower commercial-scale solar systems. Under the financing program, SunPower will enter into power purchase agreements with qualified customers and Wells Fargo will finance the solar power systems that SunPower will design, build, operate, and maintain. That means customers […]

Read the full article…or else →