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KYOCERA Supplies Locally Produced Solar Modules to Help Power San Diego’s Largest University Campus

Kyocera Solar, Inc. and the Associated Students of San Diego State University (SDSU) announced today the completion of a 355.9 kilowatt (kW) solar photovoltaic energy system on the school’s campus, part of a student-approved plan to build a new LEED Platinum student union building. An inaugural ribbon-cutting ceremony will take place on Tuesday, October 11 […]

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Dow Corning Introduces Solar Curriculum for Middle School Students

Dow Corning, a global researcher, developer and manufacturer of the silicon-based materials used in many renewable energy technologies, is introducing a new middle school curriculum focused on solar energy. The curriculum was developed in partnership with the Earth Day Network (EDN), the American Chemistry Society (ACS) and National Education Association (NEA), and introduces students in grades […]

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Honeywell’s UOP Facility in Hawaii to Convert Biomass to Green Fuels $HON

Demonstration facility, backed by a $25 million U.S. Department of Energy award, will showcase biomass to fuel technology and provide new “green” jobs for Hawaii UOP LLC, a Honeywell company, announced today that it has begun construction in Hawaii of a biofuels demonstration unit that will convert forest residuals, algae and other cellulosic biomass into […]

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SolarCity Expanding to Hawaii with Cheap $60 Plans

Hawai’i homeowners and businesses, who pay some of the highest electricity rates in the U.S., can now pay less for solar electricity than they currently pay for electricity from the utility grid. SolarCity, Hawai’i’s first full service solar power provider, is now offering one of the most affordable residential solar options on O’ahu, allowing some […]

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GE Helps Canada’s Oil Sands Industry Boost Water Preservation in Alberta – $GE

GE’s Evaporation, Crystallization and Solidification Technologies Will Enable the Blackgold Oil Sands Project to Comply with Environmental Regulations and Reduce Operating Costs. As Canada’s oil sands industry seeks to maximize the role of water recycling to protect local fresh water supplies, GS Engineering & Construction (GS E&C) has selected GE (NYSE: GE) to supply the […]

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Ricoh Launches 100 Per Cent Sustainable ‘Eco-Board’ in London

Billboard powered only by wind and solar energy sets a new standard for responsible advertising across the globe Ricoh Company, Ltd. (President and CEO: Shiro Kondo) today announced the completion of an eco-board that will be 100% eco-powered, located on the motorway which runs from London to London Heathrow airport, the gateway to Europe, United […]

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BofA Merrill Lead $2.6 Billion Rooftop Solar Project Across 28 States

Rooftop solar generation takes a giant leap forward as a consortium of leading companies – Bank of America Merrill Lynch, Prologis and NRG Energy – announce an offer of a conditional commitment from the U.S. Department of Energy’s Loan Programs Office to help finance the largest distributed rooftop solar generation project in the world. The […]

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KLM Launching Biofuel Flights Using Old Cooking Oil

KLM Royal Dutch Airlines has taken another important step in aviation sustainability. In September KLM will launch more than 200 flights being operated on biokerosene between Amsterdam and Paris. “KLM has once again shown it is stimulating the development of biokerosene”, according to managing director Camiel Eurlings. “In November 2009 we demonstrated that it was […]

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Coca-Cola Bottler Using Hydrogen Fuel Cells Technology in Charlotte Plant

Forklifts in Coca-Cola Bottling Co. Consolidated’s (CCBCC) Charlotte production center are now being run on green power hydrogen fuel cells. Further enhancing its environmental sustainability efforts, the company is pioneering hydrogen fuel cell technology for its materials handling equipment.

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Thomas H. Stoner Jr. Resigns as CEO of Evergreen Energy and will Remain on the Board

Company completes repositioning and focuses on K-Fuel development.

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