Archive for February 4th, 2009

EnerWorks Secures $5 Million Investment
EnerWorks has secured $5.1 million in new investment through a private placement which closed January 15, 2009.
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Tioga Energy, Mitsubishi Electric and REC Solar ‘Flip the Switch’ on a New Solar Mascot for The Athenian School
The Athenian School will “flip the switch” on a new solar system at its Danville campus on February 11, with the student body, school officials, and Danville Mayor Arnerich as well as representatives from Tioga Energy, REC Solar, Mitsubishi Electric and New Resource Bank. The 220-kilowatt system consists of 1,300 photovoltaic panels arranged in the shape of a large ‘A’, representing a unique new solar mascot that will provide half the school’s power needs.
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Borrego Secures US $14M in Venture Financing
Borrego Solar Systems Inc. announced that it has secured US $14 million in venture financing. The capital will be used to fuel a geographic expansion and to support the company’s next phase of corporate growth. The company will also use the round of financing to expand its commercial and government design and installation operations into the Mid-Atlantic Region and to develop new integration solutions which will reduce overall system cost and ultimately speed return on investment for its customers.
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groSolar Hires David Nichols in California
Sacramento, CA – groSolar, a national leader in solar distribution and installation, is pleased to announce that David Nichols has joined our rapidly expanding company as a Regional Account Manager for Northern California.
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New Technology Gives Immediate Boost of 6-11% Power to Solar PV Systems

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Akeena & Enphase Introduce AC Solar Panels
Akeena Solar Inc. and Enphase Energy have announced a strategic partnership to develop and market Andalay solar panel systems with ordinary AC house current output instead of the high voltage DC output that is produced from most solar panels. Andalay AC panels are expected to cost less to install and provide higher performance than ordinary DC panels.
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Waste Management To Build 55-MW Waste-to-Energy Plant in Maryland
The Northeast Maryland Waste Disposal Authority (NMWDA), in conjunction with the Frederick County Division of Utilities and Solid Waste Management and Carroll Country Department of Public Works, has selected Wheelabrator Technologies Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of Waste Management Inc., as the preferred vendor to construct and operate a new, regional waste-to-energy facility that will serve the solid waste disposal and energy needs of Frederick and Carroll Counties.
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3M Forms Renewable Energy Division

3M Forms Renewable Energy Division
3M has announced the formation of a new Renewable Energy Division. This organization will enable 3M to maximize the company’s technologies, products and responsiveness to the fast-changing renewable energy industry, the company said.
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Sunovia To Install Solar PV in Dominican Republic
The Dominican Republic’s government took a step forward last week in its plans to install more renewable energy by signing an agreement with Sunovia Energy Technologies for the installation of the country’s first solar energy plant.
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Raser Adds 37,000 Acres to Oregon Geothermal Resource Holdings
Raser Technologies Inc. announced that it has entered into a long-term lease agreement with private land owners for the rights to 37,000 acres of geothermal resources in Southeastern Oregon.
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Wind Power Forecasting For The US

Wind Power Forecasting For The US
In an attempt to minimize the potential risks — such as blackouts — of USA’s growing dependence on renewable energies, scientists are developing a wind power forecasting model for the country. The platform for wind power prediction will be linked to a decision support methodology for network operators that will help reduce wind power production and system operation costs.
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N.Y. Fashion Institute Embraces Wireless Trend, Installs 802.11n
The current 5 Giga Hertz (GHz) revamped network is fast and conforms to IEEE 802.11n draft 2.0 (802.11n) which makes it possible for data to be transferred at the rate of 300 Megabits per second (Mbit/s) on the physical layer (PHY). This speed translates to an average throughput of 100 Mbit/s for the user.
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KCG Blends Customer Contact Programs with Noble Solution
Kavanaugh Call Center Group has turned to the Noble Solution from Noble Systems Corporation, a global provider of contact center technology solutions, to manage blended customer contact programs for its outsourcing center.
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ECI Telecom to Provide 24/7 Network Operations Support for SMART Communications
ECI Telecom, a supplier of networking infrastructure for carrier and service provider networks, announced that Smart Communications, a wireless services provider in the Philippines, has awarded the company with a two-year managed services contract for its transmission network, for high availability and improved network performance.
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