CITY OF TUCSON, ARIZONA AND SPG SOLAR BUILD UPON PARTNERSHIP

City of Tucson expands solar leadership with 3.3 megawatts of solar installed to date

ArrayPower Partners With ShinHa on Asian Expansion

Companies introduce Sequenced Inverter to rapidly growing Korean solar market

Upsolar Now Offering PV Testing and Consultation Services

Company's technology division to support emerging solar companies

GE Energy Launches the Fully Networked WattStation™ and WattStation Connect Software, a Complete Electric Vehicle Charging Platform

Innovative Electric Vehicle Solution from GE Combines Connectivity, Convenience, Safety and Reliability in an Integrated Charging System----- GE Energy's Industrial Solutions Business Works with Hertz® to Provide EV Users with a Secure and Easy-to-Use System----- WattStation Charging Station Features Stylish Modern Design and Intelligent Retractable Cord

eIQ Energy Receives U.S. Patent for Parallel Solar Technology

U.S. Patent Office recognizes the unique attributes of eIQ Energy's DC Parallel System, which maximizes power output, lowers installation costs and simplifies system design

SCHOTT receives ASME-NPT certification for its plant producing Electrical Penetration Assemblies

Safety is vital in the nuclear industry and suppliers are required to comply with the highest standards

SCHOTT Solar Panels "Green the Game" at Busch Stadium, Home of the St. Louis Cardinals

SCHOTT recently provided solar panels for two rooftop solar arrays installed by Microgrid Energy at the Ford Family Plaza at Busch Stadium

SCHOTT ANNOUNCES PARTICIPATION IN VISION HOUSE® IN INNOVENTIONS AT EPCOT®

The VISION House® kitchen will feature SCHOTT CERAN® eco-friendly glass-ceramic cooktop

SUNWIZE TECHNOLOGIES HIRES KEVIN CUNNINGHAM AS CHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICER

Cunningham will be responsible for controllership, accounting, treasury and all other financial functions at SunWize

Standardization Roadmap for U.S. Electric Vehicle Deployment Released

ANSI Electric Vehicles Standards Panel Facilitates the Safe, Mass Rollout of EVs and Charging Infrastructure to Help Enable EV Penetration of the Consumer Market

NRG Systems Expands into Condition-Monitoring for Turbines

Condition-monitoring systems use sensors to detect component faults, allowing maintenance professionals to avoid equipment failure

ABB Showcases World's First Direct Current (DC)-Powered Data Center Module at Automation & Power World

For the First Time, Computer Vendors Will Utilize the Modular Data Center On-Site to Highlight the Entire Energy Efficiency Ecosystem

DEGERenergie: More and more consumers become independent from public supply networks and rising electricity prices

The global market leader for solar tracking technology observes worldwide trend to self supply and decentralized power generation structures

LATEST TECHNOLOGIES, HOTTEST TRENDS AND INTERNATIONAL CONTACTS AT INTERSOLAR EUROPE 2012

From the Innovation Exchange to the special exhibits and the Intersolar AWARD ceremony, Intersolar Europe 2012 offers a varied accompanying program.

World's first canal-based solar power project in Gujarat

• Pilot project to generate 1 Mw of solar energy • This concept tackles modern-day challenges of energy and water security

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Soiling of the panel glass is one of the major problems in the rapidly expanding solar energy market, with the attendant loss of efficiency and reduction in performance ratios. Now, there's a new, simple and very cost-effective alternative. Based on Kipp & Zonen's unique Optical Soiling Measurement (OSM) technology, DustIQ can be easily added to new or existing solar arrays and integrated into plant management systems. The unit is mounted to the frame of a PV panel and does not need sunlight to operate. It continuously measures the transmission loss through glass caused by soiling, so that the reduction in light reaching the solar cells can be calculated.