Four Green Money Managers’ Top Stock Picks

Green money managers' stock picks after the Japanese nuclear crisis. Even as the nuclear disaster in Japan unfolds, it's clear that the world's energy industry will be forever changed. Russian reactors were never considered safe, but a Japanese to have a nuclear meltdown is an entirely different story. Market Reaction Since Monday, nuclear stocks and ETFs have been plummeting. As of Wednesday night, The Market Vectors Uranium + Nuclear Energy ETF (NYSE:NLR), the iShares S&P Global Nuclear Energy Index (NASD:NUCL), PowerShares Global Nuclear Energy Portfolio ETF (NYSE:PKN), and the Global X Uranium ETF (NYSE:URA) are down...

Capstone Introduces a New Generation of MicroTurbine Energy Systems

Capstone Turbine Corp (CPTC) announced that next month the company will begin shipping an enhanced line of 65-kilowatt microturbine models that will replace its popular C60 series of power and heat generators. The new natural gas fueled C65 and C65-ICHP (with factory-integrated heat recovery) will deliver higher electrical and thermal output without any change to the product's weight and dimensions, which are much lighter and more compact than similar capacity generators. This reduces footprint requirements and enables greater flexibility in indoor, outdoor and rooftop setting. Capstone also released news that the new C65 model will also...

Capstone Turbine Receives Follow-On Order from France for 2.8 MW of Renewable Energy MicroTurbines

Capstone Turbine Corp (CPTC) announced a follow-on order from its distributor in France for 2.8 megawatts of its 30-kW biogas-fueled microturbine products. The new order from Soffimat (www.soffimat.com) is the second major order from the Paris-based energy systems distributor. The previous order seven months ago was for one megawatt of Capstone MicroTurbine(TM) energy systems.

European Office of Capstone Turbine Receives 3.2 MW of MicroTurbine Follow-On Orders from Russia...

Capstone Turbine Corp (CPST) announced follow-on orders from distributors in Italy and in Russia amounting to 3.2 megawatts of its 60-kW microturbine products. Capstone's distributor in Russia, BPC Energy (www.capstone.ru), has issued an order for 1.8 megawatts of self-starting, stand-alone microturbine power systems to be deployed at a prestigious ski resort near St. Petersburg. The microturbines will be the sole source of power and heat for a luxury hotel and other facilities of the remote, off-grid resort. The array is anticipated to be online later this year in time for the ski resort's high season.

Tiny gas turbines could spell end of batteries

Keeping an eye on next generation energy technologies a pair of Aussies are now producing micro turbines that can be used to generate power for many MEMS systems. You can learn more about micromachines and microturbines at the following Economist.com link.
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