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XL Telecom to invest 100 mn on solar power plants in Spain

Wednesday, April 30th, 2008

XL Telecom & Energy will invest 100 million for setting up solar power plants in Spain, through its Spanish Subsidiary “Saptashva Solar SL“. XL Telecom & Energy manufactures telecom products, photovoltaic systems and ethanol. … Read More

Cost-Effective Integrated Solar Solutions From e5 Clean Energy

Wednesday, April 30th, 2008

The completely self-contained solar power solutions are dubbed “grid-tied” systems because they’re connected to the local energy grid, enabling the business to sell unneeded power to the area utility provider. Industry observers say the … Read More

Energy Insanity

Wednesday, April 30th, 2008

Thomas Friedman has a great column in today’s New York Times on America’s upside down energy policy that continues to subsidize consumption of fossil fuels while meting out credits for wind and solar power like Bumble the Beadle … Read More

GOVERNOR PATERSON ANNOUNCES PLANS FOR STATE’S LARGEST SOLAR ENERGY

Wednesday, April 30th, 2008

Paterson announced a major alternative energy project that would more than triple the state’s current solar power capacity by adding 50 MW of new photovoltaic generation throughout Long Island. Long Island Power Authority (LIPA) … Read More

New Prius model takes full advantage of solar power

Wednesday, April 30th, 2008

The folks at Newport Convertible Engineering (NCE) have finally figured out how to pop the top on Toyota’s iconic hybrid, the Prius. As one of the only modern four-door convertibles out there, it’s unique enough… but it’s also the … Read More

Solar Power Pitfall

Wednesday, April 30th, 2008

The fact that I have now been feeding power into the grid for over seven months, without receiving one single cent from any power company, wholesaler or retailer, and now they want money from me. What a joke! … Read More

Solar Powered Pizza

Wednesday, April 30th, 2008

Solar-powered pizza, and something that was so good it was devoured as quick as it hit my table? Stefano’s in Mill Valley is at least the first in California cooking pizza with solar power, and maybe first in the US … Read More

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