Posts Tagged ‘ARRA’

Aerovironment Charging Stations

CUNY & IBM Work to Reduce Energy Consumption

Posted on March 24th, 2011 by

City University of NY and IBM are collaborating to reduce energy use in public schools and Hawaii is among the first states to adopt a statewide public charging network. Oh, and don't forget to turn the lights off during Earth Hour this Saturday.

Exclusive EV Race Scheduled in England

Posted on January 21st, 2011 by

Obama's plan to make low-income family homes more energy efficient reaches halfway milestone and England schedules EV race while EPA administrator Gina McCarthy prepares to speak at energy conference.

Innovative Water Filtration System To Be Powered By The Sun

Posted on December 29th, 2010 by

Clean drinking water is an unattainable luxury for billions worldwide. Read how they conceptual "Hydroleaf" uses solar power to serve as a water filtering system and a renewable power storage device.

The DOE Finalizes Funding for Energy Storage Project

Posted on December 24th, 2010 by

Lawmakers may be a house divided over the state of renewables and energy legislation, but Washington DC has joined the green movement. The city is adopting LED street lights that are not only more efficient, but cheaper. Also, see how technology is adapting to new energy standards.

DOE Research Shows Wind Turbines Are Beneficial For Crops

Posted on December 20th, 2010 by

DOE researchers studied the effects of wind turbines on crops in rural areas. They found the turbines to be quite beneficial in the long run. Also, Secretary Chu approved two big loans for wind and solar projects.