Daimler presented a comprehensive portfolio of environmentally-friendly vehicles, including both passenger cars and commercial vehicles, in Abu Dhabi. First European automotive manufacturer at the WFES. Abu Dhabi – Daimler AG presents the innovative drive solutions of today and tomorrow in its role as Official Transport Partner to the 4th World Future Energy Summit (WFES). The […]
Overall, 2010 was a good year for the PV industry. But, the global PV industry is getting complex as it …
We tend to either love or hate the current healthcare industry. Rising insurance costs and outrageous healthcare bills upset us all. But, it appears the industry leaders are taking energy management seriously. According to a recent survey, energy management is more important to healthcare leaders than to executives in other industry sectors. According to new […]
ACORE is pumping out the PR now that Congress is poised to either let die or renew a provision created by the staff of the U.S. House of Representatives Ways & Means Committee in January 2009. The provision being considered in the pending tax bill will potentially support or inhibit renewable energy projects in 2011. […]
American Council On Renewable Energy (ACORE) Calls for a Global Renewable Energy Standard (G-RES) at COP-16. The resolution seeks global agreement on 25% of energy supplies from renewable energy by 2025. OilObit.com News: SOURCE – ACORE/December 4, 2010 – Cancun, Mexico: In a bold move to get the UN climate talks moving towards a positive […]
Organized by Greentech Media, the upcoming Networked Solar Conference will highlight the convergence of renewable energy and the smart grid. Industry experts from both fields will be on hand to answer questions such as: How is the Smart Grid evolving, and what values will it bring to utilities and consumers? How are innovations in solar […]
Daimler CEO presented with German Sustainability Award 2010
EPA has finalized the new ENERGY STAR Partner Commitments and Product Specs – recommit deadline Nov. 30
According to a survey published by the Center for Automotive Management at Duisburg-Essen University, German car buyers expect to pay less for electric cars than the costs for automakers and they are less focused on brand names. Christoph Rauwald with Dow Jones Newswires wrote a brief story on the findings. Here’s an excerpt and link […]
From the $1500 tankless water heater tax credit to multiple FL utilities offering up to $1350 in cash . . .
The British Columbia Automobile Association (BCAA) studied the fuel costs of 16 hybrids over five years and they compared the costs against their purchase price and financing fees. In a study released in late July, only one of the 16 hybrids cost less to buy and run than its gasoline counterpart. Can you guess which […]
Clearly, tax incentives are necessary to motivate the public to invest in renewable energy . . .