Posts Tagged ‘california’


Shell Opens Historic California Hydrogen Station

Posted on May 10th, 2011 by

The world's first hydrogen fuel station for consumer vehicles opens in California, a new waste-recovery heat project receives funding and the City of Victoria completes $750,000 energy efficiency project.
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Solar Power Industry Growth Opportunities

Posted on May 9th, 2011 by

Dr. Charles Gay Ph.D., President of Applied Solar, discusses the impact of the new 33% Renewable Portfolio Standard that was just passed into California law.[...]
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Vestas Wins 102MW CA Wind Turbine Contract

Posted on May 9th, 2011 by

Vestas wins 102MW California wind turbine contract, climate-neutral building performance theory vs. reality, Charter Fuels joins Alliance AutoGas and PJM prepares for summer energy demand.
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Energy Is the Lifeblood of Any Economic Unit

Posted on April 28th, 2011 by

Energy is the basic driver of all major economies. Nothing happens without an energy cost. That is virtually as basic as the laws of physics.[...]

G-20 Countries Increase Energy Investments

Posted on March 30th, 2011 by

Global investments in clean energy increased by roughly 30% in 2010. Also, funding is finalized for a Minnesota wind farm and how the nuclear reactor crisis in Japan is affecting the East coast.

Which States Have the Highest Solar PV Generation Potential

Posted on February 6th, 2011 by

Today, the states with the highest solar photovoltaic (PV) generation potential are the ones that provide the best business environments for companies that design, manufacture,[...]

The Daily Energy Report Become Media Partner For Smart Grid Technology 2011

Posted on January 12th, 2011 by

The Daily Energy Report is pleased to announce that we’ve become a Media Partner for the Smart Grid Update’s Smart Grid Technology 2011 Conference. The[...]

Offshore Wind Power Potential At Lake Erie

Posted on January 10th, 2011 by

A new solar panel manufacturing plant to be built in South Carolina, Lake Erie possibly receiving offshore wind power and Kaiser Permanente adds solar power[...]

Integrating Renewable Resources Onto The Grid

Posted on January 5th, 2011 by

This is a new game.For decades, utility operations have been built around managing “conventional” generation such as natural gas or coal, where the operator has[...]

The Daily Energy Report To Move Operations To San Francisco, California

Posted on December 22nd, 2010 by

The Daily Energy Report has announced that we will be moving our operations from Atlanta, Georgia to San Francisco, California. While Atlanta has treat us[...]

Hydroelectric Storage Facility Planned for Hawaii

Posted on December 21st, 2010 by

Californian renewable auctions finally made it through lawmakers. Also, one of the nation's oldest hydroelectric projects at Snoqualmie Falls is undergoing renovations that will boost its capacity by 10 megawatts.

Casio Debuts New Solar-Powered Watch

Posted on December 15th, 2010 by

Compare California and Thailand for feed-in tariff systems. The benefits of the system may be outweighed by the limitations imposed in California. Perhaps the move towards auctions will provide more cost efficiency for corporations investing in expensive renewable projects.

Proposed Tax Credit Could Extend Benefits for Clean Energy

Posted on December 14th, 2010 by

The Senate has proposed a tax credit that could lead to greater development in solar and wind projects. Increased investments in the industries can create more green jobs and keep the industry growing. Also, California takes steps to ensure a clear path for plug-ins and China designs world's largest single-building PV system for its transportation hub.

Western Cooling Efficiency Center at UC-Davis Best In Class

Posted on November 24th, 2010 by

Mark Modera, Director of the Western Cooling Efficiency Center at UC-Davis, discusses the different air conditioning solutions that his division is testing.

University of Rhode Island Finding Ways To Harness Solar Energy From The Road

Posted on November 16th, 2010 by

Summer sun sizzles onto winding asphalt roads significantly increasing their temperatures. Researchers have identified four ways that hot roads can be used to harness solar power. Also, Spanish federal regulations are predicted to cripple the solar industry.

IBM’s Smart Cities Challenge Begins

Posted on November 15th, 2010 by

IBM launches their largest philanthropic program for the year, a plan to assist 100 qualified worldwide cities in their efforts towards efficiency. Also, General Electric adds electronic cars to its fleet and Vu1 Corp. has created a new, innovative, and greener light bulb.