Revolutionary New Light Bulb That Lasts 20 Years

The US government are reportedly launching a brand new energy-saving light bulb that will last decades. The revolutionary bulb, developed by Dutch manufacturer Philips, is meant to be the most energy-efficient yet and lasts 20 years.

City of Montreal – Renewable power project for the Lasalle Eco-center

Matrix Energy announces the completion of another renewable power project for the the City of Montreal.

SSX ONTARIO - June 25-26, 2012 at the Toronto Metro Convention Centre

Ontario is the fastest-growing solar PV region in North America. In just 8 weeks, Solar Network will host the most comprehensive conference on solar PV ever held in Ontario.

A123 Systems Expands Portfolio of Grid Storage Solutions

New High-Rate and Long-Duration Capabilities and Customizable---- System Configuration Options Deliver Increased Flexibility and Optimized Performance for Broad Range of Grid Applications

GE Energy Launches Electric Odyssey Tour — Bringing Technology Directly to North American Customers

Electric Odyssey Tour Features Advanced Technologies for the Electrical Infrastructure----- Tour Strengthens GE's Customer Relationships by Bringing Products and Services Directly to Their Doorsteps----- Follow the Electric Odyssey Tour on Twitter and Facebook

Renewable Energy Finance Forum Addresses Rapidly Changing State of Renewable Energy Finance in Latin American and Caribbean Markets

Industry leaders forecast strong renewable energy investment growth for the region in 2012

HyperSolar Reports Successful Testing of Protective Coating for Solar to Renewable Hydrogen Conversion Process

Organic, earth abundant, and inexpensive coating stabilizes inorganic photoelectrodes allowing for constant solar to fuel conversion from wastewater

Enphase Energy Continues European Expansion with New Testing Lab

Lab to focus on technical support, analysis and certification for Enphase products

Solar3D Prototype Under Way at UCSB Facility

Technology team is making steady progress on low cost, silicon-based prototype in world-class fabrication facility

Rising Sun: Solar Panel Manufacturing in the US Industry Market Research Report Now Available from IBISWorld

The Solar Panel Manufacturing industry has experienced sunny days during the past five years. Generous government incentives for energy product manufacturers and downstream solar power generation firms have buoyed revenue. As a result, IBISWorld estimates that industry revenue will grow at an average of 29.0% annually to $4.1 billion in the five years to 2012, with a 5.0% increase expected in 2012. Further, a growing market for solar worldwide has resulted in industry expansion. US producers have stepped up to the plate and exported solar panels and cells to buoying markets abroad. Low-cost production from China will weigh on industry revenue, since these players can undercut US players by offering lower prices. Nevertheless, revenue is projected to grow steadily during the five years to 2017.

Draker™ Continues Expansion, Outgrows its "Laboratory"

Draker removes "Laboratories" from its name, aligning its brand identity with its global customer base and expanding operations

BlueChip Energy Installs Solar Power System for Bright House Networks in Florida

Solar Generated Electricity to Power Weather Doppler Radar Tower in Brevard County

Energy Minister announces community renewables loan scheme at Harper Macleod's conference

Projects all over Scotland have already received more than £4.5 million in loans

NABCEP Launches Company Accreditation Program

Companies that attain the accreditation will be able to demonstrate systematic quality assurance throughout the sales, installation, and after-sale process

S&C is selected by EDF Energy Renewables to supply equipment for UK Grid compliance at Fallago Rig wind farm

S&C provides its largest European reactive compensation project to optimise major UK onshore wind farm for compliance with the National Grid

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