EERE Network News
April 24, 2002
News and Events
Energy to supply DOE headquarters facilities in Washington, D.C. and Germantown, Md.
The new device produces four times more light than the company's previous white-light LED.
The winners range in scale from a 950-square-foot renovated cabin to a 125,000-square-foot office building, and from strawbale construction to metal roofs.
A study released on Earth Day suggests that offshore wind turbines could supply much of Long Island's power needs in the future.
Helped by generous financial incentives, California continues to rack up news of large-scale solar power installations.
The high bidder takes home a low- emissions, high-mileage hybrid electric vehicle (HEV), and the proceeds go to the Earth Day Network.
The European Commission has established the managEnergy initiative to encourage the intelligent use of energy in European Union member states and other European countries.
March global temperatures averaged 1.39 degrees Fahrenheit above the 122-year average.