Green building News for November 2011
OZZ Solar and Potentia Solar Inc will co-develop and co-own 30 MW of solar power generation capacity in Ontario, Canada.
29 November, 2011
Sunways AG has presented coloured and transparent solar cells for building integrated photovoltaics (BIPV) at the international Bauhaus.SOLAR congress in Erfurt, Germany.
28 November, 2011
Amonix Inc's solar concentrating photovoltaic (CPV) facilities in California and Nevada have won gold-level certification for their low environmental impact construction, and high energy and water efficiency from the US Green Building Council’s Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) programme.
21 November, 2011
The Isle of Wight – a peaceful, modest-sized island off the English south coast – plans to become a net energy exporter of energy by 2020, while halving residents’ energy bills, eliminating waste going to landfill, and creating a significant number of green technology jobs. The EcoIsland initiative is the largest single sustainability project in the UK.
16 November, 2011
Environment California Research & Policy Center says California’s 'Million Solar Roofs Initiative' is on track to meet its goal of installing 3 GW of solar capacity by 2016.
10 November, 2011
Ceramic Fuel Cells Ltd, a leading developer of solid oxide fuel cell power products for homes and buildings, has signed a manufacturing services Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with Jabil Circuit Inc.
02 November, 2011