The renewable energy industry faces what could be a defining moment in its evolution thanks to the recent recession and growing talk on Capitol Hill to reduce or end incentives. However, the industry remains one of the U.S. economy’s most consistent jobs creators and renewable energy enjoys widespread support among politicians and the public. State renewable portfolio standards are a key driver so proponents breathed a sigh of relief last November when California voters rejected a referendum that would have eased the state’s renewable energy goals.
The New York State Energy Research and Development Authority (NYSERDA) and the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) confirmed last month the successful outcome of field trial testing of Beacon Power’s scale-power flywheel frequency regulation system in New York.
FuelCell Energy Inc. announced it has been selected for four U.S. government small business program contract awards totaling $1.45 million to support continued fuel cell development.
Eleven sustainable energy business and environmental organizations have shared with the White House their suggested criteria in the selection of the next U.S. EPA administrator.
Zoot Enterprises announced that they have received two fuel cell power plants that will be installed at its Galactic Park high-technology campus located eight miles west of Bozeman.
Voller Energy has selected Palcan Fuel Cells' PC-150 Fuel Cell Stack as the power source in the Voller Energy VE100 Portable Fuel Cell system.
FuelCell Energy Inc. reported second quarter 2003 results for the period ended April 30, 2003 and key accomplishments on its 2003 initiatives.
FuelCell Energy Inc. has signed an agreement with Alliance Power, Inc. to integrate FuelCell Energy's Direct FuelCell® power plants into Alliance Power's distributed generation solutions.
The Thomas A. Edison National Historic Site in West Orange, N.J., where Edison created more than half of his 1,093 patented inventions, is undergoing renovation. The facility, on the list of the nation`s most endangered landmarks, is in need of urgent repair, according to the National Park Service, which operates it. Many of the 5 million documents and 390,000 objects stored throughout the facility`s 10 buildings remain uncatalogued and are in danger of being lost due to deteriorating conditions