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2004 June, 23

The Biomass Answer to Global Warming

Gland, Switzerland - June 17, 2004 [SolarAccess.com] Carbon dioxide emissions could be significantly cut if OECD (Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development) countries used biomass -- fuel generated from agriculture and forest produc ... More... >>

2004 June, 7

Tipping the Renewable Energy Balance

by Mark Braly, SolarAccess.com News Correspondent Bonn, Germany - June 3, 2004 [SolarAccess.com] Clean energy technologies are a solution to the complex of fossil fuel problems, and they are also a $1.9 trillion opportunity by 2020. But only if ... More... >>

2004 June, 7

Hollywood Fiction Stirs Public Interest In Global Warming, Hydropower Provides Real Solutions

WASHINGTON, DC - A film portraying cataclysmic results of global warming may be pure Hollywood fiction, but it presents an opportunity to discuss real issues, including the valuable role of hydropower as a renewable resource, according to the Nation ... More... >>

2004 June, 7

Renewable Energy Legislation Hangs in the U.S. House

Washington, D.C. - June 2, 2004 [SolarAccess.com] More than two weeks after Senate passage of a corporate tax bill containing a wind energy production tax credit (PTC) extension (through 12/31/06), House leaders have yet to decide on a path for pas ... More... >>

2004 June, 7

The Institute of Ocean Sciences installs solar, continues environmental strategies

VICTORIA, BC (May 31, 2004) - The Institute of Ocean Sciences (IOS) located in Sidney, BC installed a solar system large enough to generate up to 7000 kWhr/year or a green house gas reduction of an estimated 8.25 tonnes/year if the energy had been p ... More... >>

2004 March, 26

Hydrogen from Renewable Fuels Breakthrough

The first reactor capable of producing hydrogen from a renewable fuel source - ethanol - efficiently enough to hold economic potential has been invented by University of Minnesota engineers. When coupled with a hydrogen fuel cell, the unit - small en ... More... >>

2004 March, 25

First Trial for Ship-board Wind Power Device

March 10, 2004 [SolarAccess.com] Mitsui O.S.K. Lines, Ltd. has developed a new wind power generator and will start tests aboard the wood chip carrier Taiho Maru. Mitsui OSK, the Tokai University Research Institute of Science and Technology, and Nish ... More... >>

2004 March, 25

SunViewer.net(TM) Renewable Energy Database

Heliotronics, Inc. has launched SunViewer.net(TM), a powerful renewable energy database that takes data uploaded from renewable energy sites around the country and allows users to access it from the Internet. Users can display the data in graphical ... More... >>

2004 March, 25

Xantrex Introduces 100 kW Grid Connect Inverter

Barcelona, Spain, March 12, 2004 [SolarAccess.com] Xantrex Technology, a worldwide supplier of power electronic and control products, has developed a 100 kW three-phase utility interactive inverter for the European solar energy market. The GT100 ... More... >>

2004 March, 25

Wind Could Power All European Homes by 2020

March 10, 2004 [SolarAccess.com] "Sea Wind Europe," a new report commissioned by the environmental group Greenpeace from international energy consultants Garrad Hassan, concludes that almost a third of Europe's total electricity demand could be met ... More... >>

2004 March, 4

AstroPower files for bankruptcy

General Electric bids $15 million for Glasgow-based solar-power company By STEVEN CHURCH Staff reporter 02/03/2004 AstroPower Inc. has filed for bankruptcy as part of an offer by General Electric Co. to buy most of the company's assets for $ ... More... >>

2004 February, 19

KYOCERA Expands Solar-Powered Vaccine Refrigerator Product Line

by Steve McCarney SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. (January 30, 2004) - Kyocera Solar Inc., a world-leading supplier of photovoltaic (PV) systems, today announced that it has expanded its VaccPak line - which includes the worldэs most economical solar-powered vac ... More... >>

2004 February, 18

Breakthrough in Biomass-to-Ethanol Research

Bagsvaerd, Denmark, February 10, 2004 [SolarAccess.com] Reporting a twelve-fold enzyme cost reduction for the conversion of biomass into sugars for fuel ethanol production, Novozymes exceeded its goal of a ten-fold reduction under its US Department o ... More... >>

2004 February, 17

KYOCERA and OutBack Collaborate to Manufacture Complete, ETL-Listed Solar and Solar-Hybrid Power Systems

SCOTTSDALE, AZ (March 18, 2004) - Kyocera Solar, Inc. has announced that it is collaborating with OutBack Power Systems, Inc., a manufacturer of inverters, to integrate and distribute ETL-listed power systems and components. As a result of the collab ... More... >>

2004 February, 16

'Green' power will increase

Max Jarman The Arizona Republic Feb. 11, 2004 12:00 AM State regulators renewed their commitment to cleaner energy Tuesday by increasing the amount of power some of Arizona's biggest electric utilities would have to derive from renewable resources ... More... >>

2004 February, 16

More progress needed on biofuel

VIC ROBERTSON THE government is continuing to stonewall moves towards the creation of British biofuels industry - at least publicly. But industry observers remain confident that progress is being made behind closed doors. They say that time is r ... More... >>

2004 February, 16

Voters could force a shift in power sources

By Joey Bunch Denver Post Environment Writer Colorado may become the first state to let voters decide if they want more wind, solar and other sources of renewable energy from their power companies. Environment Colorado and the Sierra Club filed ... More... >>

2004 February, 16

Water-guzzling power plants targeted

By Joey Bunch Denver Post Environment Writer As lawns across the state have withered in the drought, some big water guzzlers - power plants - have used all they wanted. Now, backers of alternative energy sources say it's time to factor the plant ... More... >>

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