DEGERenergie extends its market leadership in Canada – Continuously growing demand for MLD systems

Horb am Neckar, Germany, October 6th, 2011. DEGERenergie has been manufacturing in Canada for more than a year and is now looking back on very successful activities on the Canadian market. In the meantime, the company has sold more than 4,300 of its tracking systems there.

Small wind heading into boom period, report says

The small wind industry is about to enter a major growth spurt. It is poised to grow from a $255 million industry in 2010 to $634 million industry in 2015, according to a recent Pike Research report. The report attributes a growing interest and expected success in the coming years to the fact that small wind is currently more efficient and, therefore, cheaper on a cost-per-watt basis than solar photovoltaic cells. Because the return on investment can take as little as 5 years to 10 years, depending on area wind conditions, it offers an accessible option to small businesses, farms, and communities even in the absence of state or federal incentives, according to the report. But perhaps the most interesting statistic thrown out there by Pike Research is that it expects the average price of a small wind turbine system to reach $4,150 per kilowatt by 2015.

American Solar Energy Society Supports the National Renewable Energy Laboratory

In response to anticipated budget cuts, the National Renewable Energy Laboratory in Golden, Colo. on Monday announced a "voluntary separation program," offering buyouts to up to 150 employees.

New Mounting Options for High Performance ASO Solar Fuse

The ASO fuse is rated from 1-30A at 1000 VDC with a breaking capacity of 20kA. It is UL listed and VDE approved according to the latest gPV requirements for the protection of photovoltaic systems, according to IEC 60269-6 and UL 2579.

FS System™ for Ground Mount Solar PV Systems Now ETL Listed

Schletter's FS System has qualified to be Classified with the ETL Listed Mark. Passing complete mounting system grounding requirements, the company will begin marking FS Systems with the Intertek ETL Listed CM Mark in the coming weeks.

University of Maryland Finishes in First Place Overall & Appalachian State Wins People's Choice Award at DOE Solar Decathlon 2011

Seven of the 19 Houses Built by Student Competitors Produced More Energy Than They Consumed Under Mostly Cloudy Skies

NYSEIA Recognizes Seven Solar Projects and Industry Champion with 6KC Awards

New York Solar Energy Industries Association presents awards for top PV, thermal and government projects and names Ron Kamen 2011 Solar Industry Champion.

NRG Systems Invests in Canadian Lattice Tower Manufacturer

Hinesburg, VT (USA) — NRG Systems, manufacturer of measurement systems for the renewable energy industry has agreed to invest in Oenko, a manufacturer and installer of lattice towers for wind resource assessment and wind farm monitoring.

Local challenges confronting the CSP market in South Africa

Lacking of a definitive Government energy policy in South Africa has been a key barrier hindering progress in the Concentrated Solar Power (CSP) market in the country. The CSP Today's South Africa 3 part guide' states: "The Integrated Resource Plan (IRP), published in mid-2010, identified South Afri

Solar Power Technologies Brings Clarity™ to the Performance of Large Scale Solar Assets

Solar Power Technologies Inc., a leader in intelligent monitoring and optimization solutions for large scale solar arrays, introduces the next generation of monitoring and optimization solutions, the Clarity™ system

SolarBOS unveils first working Arc Fault and Ground Fault Detection and Interruption solution

SolarBOS, Inc., a leader in electrical ‘Balance of System' solutions for the solar industry, will be unveiling the industry's first Arc Fault Detection and Interruption combiner box as well as the first true Ground Fault Interruption solution for PV systems at Solar Power International 2011.

All Off-Grid experts under one umbrella

10 years' company anniversary of Phaesun GmbH celebrated in the framework of first „Off-Grid Experts" Event

REHAU Radiant Heating, Snow and Ice Melting Systems Contribute to Signature Ritz-Carlton Experience in Combined Toronto Hotel/Condominium Project

One of the area's newest luxury hotels, The Ritz-Carlton Toronto is a 53-story, 700,000 square foot (65,000 m2) facility featuring a five-star hotel with 267 rooms and 135 condominium residences. The hotel has incorporated REHAU radiant heating to provide maximum guest comfort.

REHAU ECOAIR™ Provides Synergy with LEED for Schools Rating System

REHAU's ECOAIR™ ground-air heat exchange system has been deemed as synergistic with the guidelines of the U.S. Green Building Council's (USGBC) Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED®) for Schools rating system.

Toronto-Area High School Achieves Comfort, Energy Efficiency Goals with REHAU Radiant Heating and Cooling

Part of the School Board Viamonde (Conseil Scolaire Viamonde) , the École Secondaire Jeunes Sans Frontičres, a French language high school in Brampton, Ontario, achieved LEED Silver certification, aided by a radiant heating and cooling system from REHAU.

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