EERE Network News
November 26, 2003
News and Events
Secretary of Energy Spencer Abraham joined with ministers representing 14 nations and the European Commission to establish the International Partnership for a Hydrogen Economy (IPHE) last week.
DTE Energy announced last week that its subsidiary, DTE Energy Technology, will build a $5.4-million microgrid project in Detroit, Michigan, at the facilities for NextEnergy, an organization that encourages alternative energy development within the state.
Motor Trend magazine has named the hybrid-electric Toyota Prius as its 2004 Car of the Year.
One of the largest solar power systems in the country is now online at a U.S. Marine Corps base in Twentynine Palms, California.
With all the new solar power installations cropping up in California, it may come as no surprise that the California Energy Commission (CEC) sees a great potential to boost the state's use of renewable energy.
Pennsylvania State University's Hydrogen Energy Center conducts research in hydrogen storage, production, and fuel cell technologies.
The U.S.-Canada Power System Outage Task Force released its interim report on the August 14th blackout last week, concluding that grid operators in Ohio failed to take action that would have restricted the impact of the blackout to a smaller region.