Environmental Power Corporation announced today that it had agreed to acquire an 80% or greater controlling interest in Microgy Cogeneration Systems, Inc., a renewable energy and distributed generation company.
EnergyOn.com and Sterling Planet together are offering consumers in 48 states the ability to stay with their current energy providers but help develop a sustainable energy market in the U.S.
Texas consumers are getting a flood of information about their electricity choices in order to prepare for the electricity competition pilot program that is set to begin June 1 and the full retail choice that will begin the first of January, 2002.
The Nevada legislature passed May 23 an energy package that included a renewables portfolio standard (RPS) of 15% by 2013. The bill, SB 372 won on a vote of 28 to 13, according to the American Wind Energy Association.
Iowa energy experts, environmental activists, utility representatives, and state government officials gathered in Des Moines last Friday to discuss environmentally friendly sources of electricity.
A $20 million wind power project is slated to be built soon in Saskatchewan.
Calpine Power America, L.P., an affiliate of Calpine Corporation, is now certified as a Retail Energy Provider (REP) in the Electric Reliability Council of Texas (ERCOT).
DocuCorp® International today announced that Toronto Hydro-Electric System Limited will license DocuCorp's software solution to enable Internet presentation of utility bills.
Omitting CO2 from a multi-emissions strategy will encourage investment in electric power capacity, says Mary Novak, Senior VP, Energy Services, WEFA Inc.
Government incentives and rising demand for niche electricity users will contribute to the growth.