Terry Macalister for The Guardian: Ministers rightly wring their hands over the 2,200 jobs being lost at the 98-year-old Redcar steelworks hit by low-cost Chinese competition. But they seem deaf to warnings of 27,000 jobs being potentially lost in a brand-new industry now facing crisis due to their own clumsy cuts. Almost 1,000 redundancies have already been made by the solar panel installersMark Group and Climate Energy. No one in the industry believes this will be the end of the sad story. The latest flashpoint for “green” developers is the government plan to slash the feed-in tariff – which subsidises people installing solar panels on their home – by almost 90%. Meanwhile, an energy-efficiency regime has been scrapped with only a vague promise of a future replacement. If these were isolated examples, then companies might be willing to hang on in the hope of better things to come. But they are the latest in a series of cuts not just to solar but also to onshore wind, and come at a time when it seems maximum effort is being expended on removing roadblocks to shale-gas frackingand nuclear power. Cont'd...
WINAICO's 300 W PERC module wins Taiwan Excellent PV Award for best PV module in safety, reliability and efficiency
WINAICO's 300 W PERC 60-cell module passes the advanced liability tests conducted by ITRI to win Taiwan Excellent PV Award, presented by Bureau of Energy, of Ministry of Economic Affairs
A 25% rise in investment in the US, and much larger jumps for Brazil and Chile, were among the highlights as global investment reached $70bn in the third quarter
Total Corporate Funding in Solar Sector Up Slightly with $6.2 Billion in Q3 2015, Reports Mercom Capital Group
VC funding up, debt financing up, public market financing down
NRG EVgo and Princeton Power Systems showcase ground-breaking electric car charging at Team OC's Solar Decathlon Home
NRG EVgo and Princeton Power Systems provide DC to DC technology for the University of California, Irvine's Solar Decathlon Entry
Power sector transformation guide moves countries from renewable energy targets to implementation
Energy efficiency remains key to tectonic shift in America's energy sector
Industry experts will meet to discuss the key considerations in Energy From Waste in December in London
SMi Reports (2015. 10. 08, London): Some of the most senior industry experts in resource efficiency and waste management will gather this December to discuss the latest developments in Energy from Waste when SMi's 8th annual show returns to London.
Here is how the internet of things technology can drive the next revolution in the global renewable energy industry
This paper proposes possible new energy sources. One of these sources can be the "energy from stars".
3rd Global Moringa Meet planned in India aim to provide interested parties with knowledge and information related to development of sustainable biodiesel industry. The Advanced Biofuel Center(ABC) is hosting the 2 days international Training Programme in Jaipur, India Nov. 21-22.
A new report out from Bloomberg New Energy Finance (BNEF) found an interesting side effect of increased wind and solar power use-fossil fuel prices are rising.
High-Growth Food/Ag/Bioenergy Startups Encouraged to Apply by Nov. 13
Littoral Power Systems Inc. Receives U.S. Department of Energy Award to Advance Low Environmental Impact Hydropower Technologies
Littoral Power Systems Inc. (LPS), a renewable power technology developer based in New Bedford, Massachusetts, was selected to receive an award from the U.S. Department of Energy, Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy (EERE). The EERE funding opportunity was established under the EERE's Water Power Program through the Wind and Water Technologies Office to help advance hydropower research and design techniques. A total of $6.5 million was awarded to seven different organizations.
West Fraser's 2x13 MW biomass power plants operating commercially since beginning of 2015. Maine Wood Pellet's 8 MW power unit to start up early in 2016 in the United States.
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