November 30-December 2, 2011 · DoubleTree Hotel San Diego · San Diego, CA www.informationforecastnet.com/distsolar11 Registration Code DW1E11 Early Bird Ends Friday, October 28 Register Now for the Distributed Solar Summit 2011 from November 30 – December 2, 2011 at the DoubleTree Hotel San Diego Downtown in San Diego, CA. This event will gather solar project […]
Solar projects are feeling the heat from labor unions, pressuring them into using union workers to build solar farms.
A unique sports stadium was recently completed in Taiwan, after two years of hard work. It is known as the World Games Stadium, and it gets all its power from solar energy via the photovoltaic panels on its roof. The dragon-shaped stadium was designed by Japanese Toyo Iyo, and can seat up to 50,000 sports […]
In an official Earth Day proclamation today, President Obama has stressed that increasing our use of renewable energy is key to America’s prosperity, and has announced plans to lease out federal waters for alternative energy projects such as wind and ocean currents. To quote: The choice we face is not between saving our environment and […]
Here is some news from around the world about Earth Hour 2009 In South Africa, it has been reported that 4.7 million 60 watt light bulbs were switched off, saving about 400 megawatts of power that evening. As far as statistics around the world over a billion people (across 25 time zones) reportedly took part […]
Earth hour 2008 saw lights turned off for an hour in a message which was symbolic but a bit more than that – the message was that, together, we can make a difference. Earth hour occurred last year in Sydney, Australia, on March 31 2007. In 2007, it was one city, hoping to set an […]