Google.org this week presented a plan to reduce fossil fuel dependence in the United States by 2030 in both the electricity and transportation sectors. According to research done by Google, the plan would cost approximately US $4.4 trillion to implement and could save consumers US $1 trillion over 22 years. The plan would also create new jobs.
Engineers have just developed one of the world’s most advanced Smart Electricity Meters. The smart meter monitors energy consumption, giving information not just through a traditional power reading, but in a user-friendly way by displaying animated graphics of money on a large clear screen on the meter.
XsunX to be a part of the Solution
Scientists are working to convert sunlight to cheap electricity. They are working with new materials that can make devices used for converting sunlight to electricity cheaper and more efficient.
Congress "Localisation on Environmental Business and Supply Base in India". Dr Rajendra Pachauri is the Patron
A joint special event during the Delhi Sustainable Development Summit 2009 (DSDS 2009)
Dow Jones Indexes, a leading global index provider, and the Chicago Climate Exchange (CCX), the world’s first and North America’s only voluntary, legally binding integrated greenhouse gas emissions reduction, registry and trading system, today announced the launch of the Dow Jones/CCX European Carbon Index and Dow Jones/CCX Certified Emissions Reductions (CER) Index, which serve as benchmarks for participants seeking exposure to the European Union Emissions Trading Scheme and Kyoto Protocol Clean Development Mechanism (CDM), respectively.
Renewable Energy Stocks Green Investor Audio Interview With Ezra Green, CEO and Chairman of Clear Skies Solar, Inc. (OTCBB: CSKH)
Patented XTRAXR Technology Estimated at $500 Million
Plans are underway for the third national conference on New Ideas in Educating a Workforce in Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency. This event will be held in the fall of 2009 in Albany, New York.
The NABCEP PV Study Guide Committee is please to announce version 4.0 of the NABCEP PV Study Guide, which is “substantively reorganized from the earlier version” according to Bill Brooks, Chair of the Committee.
The Florida Public Service Commission (PSC) voted last week to terminate Florida Power & Light Company’s (FPL) Sunshine Energy Program and place any future customer contributions to the program into an escrow account. PSC Commissioners further directed its staff to continue to pursue an audit of how the funds were utilized by Green Mountain Energy Company, a third party renewable contractor. The results of this audit will be considered in a future PSC meeting.