The U.S. Department of Energy is partnering with a California based company on a $2 million project to test the market capabilities of methanol fuel cells.
The National Renewable Energy Lab says its partnership with Amonix has yielded a concentrating photovoltaics technology competitive with natural gas on price.
The National Renewable Energy Laboratory’s Executive Energy Leadership Program seeks applications from decision-makers in business, community and government.
NREL shuttles use the same basic technology as a conventional gasoline-powered engine but run on hydrogen fuel from the Wind to Hydrogen (Wind2H2) Project.
MiaSole recently announced manufacturing efficiencies of 15.7% on thin film solar cells, putting their tech on track to meet U.S. Department of Energy goals.
Konarka says its Power Plastic organic-based photovoltaic solar cells have demonstrated a verified, record-breaking 8.3% efficiency, according to the NREL.
The National Renewable Energy Laboratory announced the installation of 42 wind turbines in schools in 11 states as part of the Wind for Schools project.
The United States is in a partnership to help small, tropical island nations take advantage of abundant renewable-energy resources — and cut their power bills.
For the first time, a National Renewable Energy Laboratory in Colorado program graduates a class of “Energy Executives” from throughout the country.
The National Renewable Energy Laboratory has created a blueprint for greener, healthier and more energy efficient schools as New Orleans rebuilds.