At the World Renewable Energy Forum, Governor Ritter will host a panel of state experts to talk about trends in clean energy policies to drive a new energy economy.
The June issue of SOLAR TODAY will feature our annual transportation section, including the popular roundup of EV, hybrid and alternate-fuel cars. But personal transportation is only a part of our oil import and greenhouse gas problem. Another big issue is moving freight. Confronted with $4 diesel fuel, headed to $10, trucking companies dream of […]
Letter from Solar Electric Division Chair Hi All, I hope you are all doing well and enjoying the awesome weather all over the country. Global warming? Seems like this is the new norm. The weather here in New Mexico has been amazing and if we don’t have a frost I’ll get peaches and apricots this […]
Last month we introduced you to the LowLine, a sustainability-focused project in NYC. The goal of the LowLine is to transform an abandoned train station into a beautiful underground park using fiber-optic solar technology. This project garnered worldwide attention and as result, it exceeded it’s fundraising goal on KickStarter by 55%. This extra funding means […]
WREF 2012 The World Renewable Energy Network (WREN) and the American Solar Energy Society (ASES) have joined forces to present the World Renewable Energy Forum (WREF). The conference will be held May 13 -17 in Denver, Colorado. Registration is currently open and early bird rates end April 13. Conference details can be found at www.wref2012.org. […]