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WakaWaka Light: WakaWaka Personal Solar Power Station

The WakaWaka Power was successfully launched after the WakaWaka Light, winner of 4 Accenture Innovation Awards last month. Building on the original design, the WakaWaka Power is thinner and lighter and features a Sunpower solar cell, Intivation power management and much more battery capacity than the previous version. It deliveres up to 60 lumens of bright, safe, bright reading light for more than 40 hours on an 8 hour solar charge as well as the ability to charge cell phones and tablets. A... [more]

waste water treatment: Sustainability at Festival of Politics

This event, hosted by CIFAL Scotland, will bring together three major Scotland-based inventors who are advancing the sustainability agenda with their creative solutions to waste water treatment, solar energy and hydrogen. The inventors will reflect on the thrilling creative process by which original ideas emerge, from insight to design, testing and commercial application. Featuring inventors John Lidderdale, Logan Energy; Michael Shaw, Biomatrix Water; and George Goudsmit, AES Solar, whose inven... [more]

wind and solar energy: Research shows that by strategically harnessing its wind and solar resources, the country can achieve its goals for a low-carbon energy future

According to a new report released by the Worldwatch Institute's Climate and Energy Program, the Dominican Republic will benefit economically, socially, and environmentally if it relied more heavily on renewable energy sources and less on fossil fuels. The report, Roadmap to a Sustainable Energy System: Harnessing the Dominican Republic's Wind and Solar Resources, assesses the Caribbean country's wind and solar energy resources and provides a policy roadmap for how it can cost-effectively harnes... [more]

wastewater treatment: Kennedy/Jenks Consultants and Gehrlicher Solar America Announce Joint-Development of Solar Systems in the Southwest

Kennedy/Jenks Consultants and Gehrlicher Solar America Corp. announced a strategic joint-development agreement focused on providing solar energy to water and wastewater treatment facilities in California, Arizona and Nevada. Since 1919, Kennedy/Jenks Consultants has specialized in the planning, evaluation and design of water and wastewater treatment facilities. With a significant client network in the western US, including 250 facilities in California, Kennedy/Jenks is uniquely positioned to int... [more]

wood pellet boilers: Biomass Commodities Corporation and Trumbull-Nelson Construction Company completing wood pellet heating system at Lebanon middle school

School Administrative Unit (SAU) #88 designed the new Lebanon Middle School to include the two wood pellet fired boilers to heat the entire 100,000 square foot building. The two wood pellet boilers provide all of the heat for the new building. A solar array will produce hot water during shoulder and summer seasons. Due to this innovative design and the inclusion of renewable energy systems, the new building will burn zero fossil fuels. A Northeast CHPS rating as a high performance school is an... [more]

waste resource management: 175 years Wardell Armstrong from coal and minerals to wind and waste

Wardell Armstrong, independent engineering and environmental consultancy, celebrates its 175th anniversary this year : in 1837, the mining engineer company laid the foundations for what has become a successful multi-disciplinary international company. Today, Wardell Armstrong offers a wide range of skills across renewable energy, waste resource management, land and property, infrastructure and utilities. It also continues to build on a strong heritage in mining, quarrying and mineral estate... [more]

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