Baker Electric Solar is pleased to announce that customers who purchase a solar system by August 31, 2012 will receive a 6500 Watt Generator Baker Bonus.
Investment in Solar Power Adds Thousands of Contract Construction Jobs
Utilities Honored for Energy Innovation
GPD India 2013 will present the latest trends in glass processing and glass applications in architecture and fenestration technology.
Ontario PV Market Sputtering Along Following Recent Re-launch of FIT Program; Forecast to Reach 368 MW in 2012
Driven by commercial and utility installations, independent research firm ClearSky Advisors forecasts the 2012 Ontario PV market to grow by 31% compared to 2011 according to their updated market forecast.
Flying over any traffic jams: Air Charter Service is the exclusive provider of shuttle flights to HUSUM WindEnergy 2012
Frankfurt/Main, 31 July 2012. No traffic jams, no hanging around: Air Charter Service (ACS) will offer shuttle flights directly from Hamburg to the international meeting point for the wind power sector on 18 – 22 September 2012; it is the exclusive partner of the HUSUM WindEnergy trade fair. ACS, on
SGS is attending HUSUM WindEnergy Fair on September 18-22, 2012 and showcase its wide portfolio of renewable energy services at stand 3C08.
From September 10 to September 13, 2012, Fronius will be showcasing its pioneering smart grid products at North America's premier photovoltaic technology event, Solar Power International.
Monier PV Tile is the first product to receive the "Building Integrated Photovoltaics" (BIPV) certificate by TÜV SÜD. The certificate confirms that the system fulfils a comprehensive list of rigorous criteria.
Proposed U.S. tariffs on wind-energytowers from China and Vietnam were welcomed by a trade group that had complained competitors were dumping products in the American market. The Commerce Department concluded in preliminary findings yesterday that producers in the nations, which exported $301 million in towers to the U.S. in 2011, sold the utility-scale goods below production costs. The department, which set duties as high as 73 percent for Chinese products and 60 percent for goods from Vietnam, acted on a complaint by U.S. companies such as Broadwind Energy Inc. (BWEN) of Naperville, Illinois. Broadwind rose 13 percent in trading yesterday. “Commerce has taken an important step to address the significant dumping that is taking place,” Alan Price, an attorney with Wiley Rein LLP in Washington who represents the U.S. group, said in a statement. Duties will help to “force the Chinese and Vietnamese producers to compete fairly.”
Venus: the National Exhibition Center, Bimingham Dates: 2nd – 4th October 2012 Clenergy Booth: B32
Venus: Orange County Convention Center, Orlando Dates: September 10-13, 2012 Clenergy Booth: 1882
Mr. Masoud Almarri, Associate Research Scientist, Petroleum Research & Studies Centre & Chief Executive Officer, Energy & Environment Co. has joined the speaker panel at the 3rd Annual Global Petrochemical Technology Conference (1-3 October 2012, Doha- Qatar). Mr. Almarri will address delegates on "Alternative approach for deep desulfurization and denitrogenation".
Beijing on Friday denied accusations of solar panel dumping, saying it hoped Chinese and EU manufacturers could negotiate an end to a dispute that threatens a trade war. EU ProSun, a group of more than 20 European solar panel makers, suspects Beijing of providing their Chinese rivals with loans and other subsidies enabling them to sell their goods below cost. They have filed a complaint with the European Commission calling for it to impose tariffs, following a U.S. move in May to slap hefty anti-dumping duties on Chinese solar products which Beijing blasted as "protectionist." Beijing's commerce ministry backed the Chinese firms, saying falling export prices were due to the cost of polysilicon, a key panel ingredient, dropping from $300 a kilogram in 2008 to $30 now, new technology and economies of scale. "There is therefore no basis to consider that Chinese photovoltaic cells are being dumped," it said in a statement on its website. It said that Chinese firms themselves imported key components and technology needed for solar panel manufacturing from Europe and the U.S., adding that Chinese products helped create jobs among installers.
California Hydronics Corporation to Represent Apricus Products in Northern California & Northwestern Nevada
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