Archive for February 2nd, 2009

EnerWorks Supplies World’s Largest Solar Heating and Cooling Installation
EnerWorks has made a bold statement of its commitment to solar cooling with its technology now powering the largest solar thermal heating and cooling installation in the world. 640 EnerWorks solar thermal collectors are rack-mounted on the roof of the Fletcher Business Park in Fletcher, North Carolina, providing solar thermal heating and cooling for the industrial/commercial warehouse and offices.
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Next Carbon Seminar February 24th in New York
The popular “Introduction to Carbon Trading and Finance” seminar will be held held in New York on February 24th. Taught by carbon market expert, Peter C. Fusaro, and Chairman of Global Change Asociates, this continuously updated course gives participants the latest information and insights on US and European carbon markets.
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ICP Solar and Integrated Metering Systems Offer Revenue Grade Solar Monitoring
MONTREAL, QUEBEC, CANADA – February 2, 2009 – ICP Solar Technologies Inc. (OTCBB: ICPR.OB, FRANKFURT: K1U.F), a developer, manufacturer and marketer of proprietary solar panels and products, today announced that the Company has reached an agreement with Integrated Metering Systems (IMS) of Largo, Florida to market the GreenMeter™ in North America in conjunction with IMS technology – providing an accurate, reliable means for net metering. IMS has been manufacturing electric submeters since 1989 for a variety of applications.
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330 MW of Wind Power Go Online in New York
The Altona, Chateaugay and Wethersfield Wind Parks in Upstate New York have been completed, bringing a total of 330 megawatts (MW) of power online for the upstate New York power grid. The projects produce 97.5, 106.5 and 124 MW each respectively.
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Washington State Introduces Feed-in Tariff
Washington State legislators have upped the ante on the West Coast’s march toward renewable energy feed laws with the introduction of HB 1086.
The bill by Representatives John McCoy (D-38th), Representative Maralyn Chase (D-32nd), Representative Zachary Hudgins (D-11th), and Representative Jeff Morris (D-40th) was introduced mid January amidst a flurry of bills calling for feed-in tariffs in the Washington State Legislature.
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JAL Completes Biofuel Test Flight

JAL Completes Biofuel Test Flight
Japan Airlines (JAL) became the first airline to conduct a demonstration flight using a biofuel primarily refined from the energy crop, camelina. It was also the first demo flight using a combination of three biofuel feedstocks, as well as the first one using Pratt & Whitney engines. The results of the flight are expected to conclusively confirm the second-generation biofuel’s operational performance capabilities and potential commercial viability, the airline said.
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Trina Signs 20-MW Sales Deal with GA Solar
Trina Solar Limited announced that its subsidiary, Changzhou Trina Solar Energy Co. Ltd., has entered into a sales agreement with Spanish firm Gestamp Asetym Solar S.L. (GA Solar). The agreement was signed during the recent World Future Energy Summit 2009 in Abu Dhabi, held on January 19-21.
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Raser Signs US $15M Line of Credit Agreement
Raser Technologies Inc. announced the signing of a line of credit agreement, pursuant to which Raser may borrow up to US $15 million. Raser signed the credit agreement with a syndicate of four lenders, including an entity controlled by the company’s chairman, Kraig Higginson. The company obtained the line of credit in order to provide working capital for general corporate purposes.
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Global Energy Systems Signs Deal for Landfill Gas Project in Florida
Global Energy Systems, a subsidiary of Global Energy Holdings Group Inc., announced it has signed an agreement with Charlotte County, Florida for the development of a landfill gas sequestration and energy facility at the Charlotte County Zemel Road landfill.
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Global Energy Systems Signs Deal for Landfill Gas Project in Florida
Global Energy Systems, a subsidiary of Global Energy Holdings Group Inc., announced it has signed an agreement with Charlotte County, Florida for the development of a landfill gas sequestration and energy facility at the Charlotte County Zemel Road landfill.
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European Delegation Touts Feed-in Tariffs in Florida
With a slew of recent grassroots support and state-level legislative activity, Feed-in Tariffs (FITs) — also called Renewable Energy Payments — seem to be gaining more traction around the U.S. FIT advocates hope this week’s European delegation to Florida will highlight the increasing momentum for support of the policy.
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European Delegation Touts Feed-in Tariffs in Florida
With a slew of recent grassroots support and state-level legislative activity, Feed-in Tariffs (FITs) — also called Renewable Energy Payments — seem to be gaining more traction around the U.S. FIT advocates hope this week’s European delegation to Florida will highlight the increasing momentum for support of the policy.
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Syspine VoIP Offer: Buy One, Get Two Free, including Microsoft Response Point
The Syspine solution is powered by Microsoft Response Point which is a Platinum Sponsor of ITEXPO offers all of the popular elements of an IP Communications solution: unified messaging, SIP Trunking support, voice mail, auto attendant, speech recognition and text to speech conversion, Outlook integration, and much more. Basically, it provides the cost savings of VoIP (and SIP Trunking), the convenience and productivity enhancements from UC, and the added benefit of being built on a solution designed to integrate with Microsoft applications, including the inherent features, like voice recognition.
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PortaOne Announces Interop Between PBXpress IP PBX and Sangoma VoIP Cards
Increasing its ability to offer greater choice (not to mention that call recording can be a challenge without telephony cards), PortaOne has confirmed interoperability between PBXpress and Sangoma’s A101, A102, and A200 telephony cards.
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