The World Geothermal Conference, or WGC2010, held from April 25 to the 30 in Bali, touted Indonesia’s huge geothermal resources and aimed at transforming that Southeast Asian nation from an emerging economy to the geothermal capital of the world.
20 collegiate teams from all over the world will compete in the U.S. Department of Energy’s 2011 Solar Decathlon. The teams design, build and operate energy-efficient, solar-powered homes that are attractive and affordable.
When you mention hydropower, most people think of huge dams--or maybe buoys floating in the ocean—but, UK-based Checkmate Seaenergy has developed an entirely new hydropower device shaped like a long tube and aptly named the Anaconda.
Jet fuel is responsible for upwards of 40 percent of an airline’s operational costs, making this industry particularly sensitive to volatility in the oil market.
The United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) meeting in Copenhagen, Denmark, was considered a bust by many participants and observers.
The Cleantech Open recently announced the winners of this year’s competition at the third annual Cleantech Open Expo and Awards Gala in San Francisco. Dubbed the “Academy Awards of Clean Technology,” the event marks the grand finale of the Cleantech Open's yearlong business competition.
Luca Technologies Inc. announced it has received a notice of allowance from the U.S. Patent and Trade Office for a patent fundamental to the company’s microbially enhanced methane production methods.
Newcomer Sea 2 Sky Corporation is ready to take its renewable bio-energy business into operating mode using the torrefaction process as the basis to convert wood and wood fiber biomass into a low-emission, high-energy alternative to coal.
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