Green building News for March 2010

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Greenland opens hydrogen plant for renewable energy storage Greenland opens hydrogen plant for renewable energy storage

Greenland has inaugurated its first hydrogen plant for renewable energy storage. H2 Logic in Denmark developed and delivered the hydrogen plant, which is owned and operated by the national energy company, Nukissiorfiit.

Enerqos Group constructs solar PV roofs

The Enerqos Group has begun the construction of two solar photovoltaic (PV) roofs (200 kWp and 400 kWp respectively), to cover the shopping centres of Nova Coop, one of the largest distribution chains in Piedmont, Italy.

Renewable energy and efficiency loans for UK homes

The UK Government has announced a new strategy to make UK homes more energy efficient and increase use of renewable energy.

SunPower delivers 32 MW of solar panels to Toshiba

SunPower Corp will deliver 32 MW of solar panels to Toshiba Corporation in 2010.

Financing for renewable energy to save US$22m/a

The state of Massachusetts has launched a new financing plan that will support renewable energy and energy efficiency projects at state buildings, saving millions of dollars in energy costs each year while creating jobs and supporting the administration's clean energy goals.

Scotland should support off-grid renewable energy

Targets for climate change are ambitious but are achievable if the Scottish Government considers support for green heat and other non-traded energy.

Heliocentris wins further photovoltaic-fuel cell system order in the Gulf

German-based Heliocentris Fuel Cells is to supply an autonomous fuel cell power supply solution to the Public Authority for Applied Education and Training (PAEET), a leading training center in Kuwait.