Efficiency Standards Save Consumers, Businesses More Than $1.1 Trillion

kristy Resource Efficiency

NEWS RELEASE Press contacts: Patrick Kiker, ACEEE, 202.507.4043, [email protected] Andrew deLaski, ASAP, 617.515.7755, [email protected] Efficiency Standards Save Consumers, Businesses More Than $1.1 Trillion New Study Finds Typical Household Will Save $10,000 from 2010-25; Enormous National Energy and Water Savings Gained Washington, D.C. (March 8, 2012): National efficiency standards for appliances, …

Update on the China-US Solar Trade Claim

kristy Greentech

Disclaimer: two of the principals of Ethical markets Media are investors in First Solar DAILY NEWSLETTER | Monday, January 30, 2012 Update on the China-US Solar Trade Claim Obama on trade, a postponement until March 2, a rush to ship, and a jobs study A Look Inside the Solar Industry …

On the Eve of Rio+20, Countries Accelerating Plans for a Transition to a Green Economy

kristy Green Prosperity, Global Citizen

On the Eve of Rio+20, Countries Accelerating Plans for a Transition to a green economy Beijing, 16 November 2011 – A new UN report demonstrates that governments and businesses alike are taking steps to accelerate a global shift towards a low-carbon, resource-efficient and socially inclusive green future. From china to …

First Wind orders Siemens turbines for 69MW Kawailoa wind project

Ethical Markets Green Prosperity

Deal News First Wind orders Siemens turbines for 69MW Kawailoa wind project Natural Power to provide EIA work at 905MW Inch Cape offshore wind farm Ex-Im Bank provides $1bn loans for Vietnamese wind Dominion contracts Enviva to provide biomass fuel to two 50MW power plants Nordex wins 250MW more Pakistan …

Better Place Argues That EVs Need Central Planner, Like Better Place

kristy Greentech

Better Place Argues That EVs Need Central Planner, Like Better Place A new study suggests that central charging is the only way to keep costs down and minimize grid impact. Petra Solar of New Jersey Goes to Petra, Jordan The 170-employee startup is installing one megawatt per month. New Jersey …

Canada Under Pressure to Regulate Heavy Metals in Cosmetics

kristy Greentech

Canada Under Pressure to Regulate Heavy Metals in Cosmetics By Jonathan Bardelline A Canadian group says more can be done to lower the amount of lead, arsenic and other heavy metals found in common cosmetics….Read More EPA Postpones Industrial Boiler Regulations Indefinitely By Tilde Herrera The new standards would have …

Suntrough Goes Small With Solar Thermal in Developing Nations

kristy Community Development Solutions, Greentech

An article from GreenTech Solar Suntrough Goes Small With Solar Thermal in Developing Nations Five- to ten-megawatt CSP plants, pre-assembled and containerized might drive down the cost of this technology. Suntrough is a solar thermal plant builder and developer that believes smaller might be better. Contrast that with BrightSource Energy, …

Could Waste Heat Be the Secret for Carbon Capture? Is using waste heat to power emissions absorbers a preposterous idea whose time has come?

kristy Green Prosperity, Advisors' Forum

Herman K. Trabish, April 7, 2011 (Greentech Media) Herman Trabish, writing for Greentech Media, interviewed Graciela Chichilnisky, author of the carbon market of the UN Kyoto Protocol that became international law in 2005, about her current work on carbon capture. Chichilnisky is a member of the Ethical Markets Advisory Board …