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Upcoming Tradeshow, Conference & Exhibition Summary - February - April 2017

Here is a summary of what Tradeshows, Conferences & Exhibitions to look forward to in the coming months.

World's first solar panel road opens in Normandy village

Kim Willsher for The Guardian:  France has opened what it claims to be the world’s first solar panel road, in a Normandy village. A 1km (0.6-mile) route in the small village of Tourouvre-au-Perche covered with 2,800 sq m of electricity-generating panels, was inaugurated on Thursday by the ecology minister, Ségolène Royal. It cost €5m (£4.2m) to construct and will be used by about 2,000 motorists a day during a two-year test period to establish if it can generate enough energy to power street lighting in the village of 3,400 residents. In 2014, a solar-powered cycle path opened in Krommenie in the Netherlands and, despite teething problems, has generated 3,000kWh of energy – enough to power an average family home for a year. The cost of building the cycle path, however, could have paid for 520,000kWh.   Cont'd...

Ballard Reports Progress on Stack Production Capability in China

Ballard Power Systems (NASDAQ: BLDP; TSX:BLD) today has provided an update regarding significant progress being made toward the establishment and commissioning of an FCvelocity®-9SSL fuel cell stack production operation in the City of Yunfu, in Guangdong Province, China.

Wave energy center receives $40 million to construct world's premier test facility

Oregon State University's Northwest National Marine Renewable Energy Center today was awarded up to $40 million from the U.S. Department of Energy, to create the world's premier wave energy test facility in Newport.

Wind across rural and Rust Belt America powers big brands

New analysis reveals how and why the Fortune 500 buy wind energy

PVinsights: Price War Heats Up As Chinese Chase Hanwha Q-Cells

Solar panel price around the world extend the slump over the past few weeks amid simmering intensity over competition of global players and strong dollar. Recently, Hanwha Q-cell has been the dominant player in the price war in major solar markets US, EU and Japan. Particularly in the US, the solar panel price has deteriorated most noticeably amid fierce competition. Such attempts lead by Hanwha Q-cell also forces other major Asian module makers to slashing the prices as well, leading US solar panel price drastically lower and continue to renew the record low level. Meanwhile, solar panel prices in China and India are also trending downwards. In China, even as the demand is relatively solid, solar panel prices are dragged down by depreciation of RMB as well as strategic pricing in efforts to win project tenders. As for India, solar panel prices slump as following the downtrend of the rest of the world regardless of its solid demand growth.

U.S. Battery Launches New Endurance Plus™ Batteries

U.S. Battery's Endurance Plus line of deep-cycle batteries are newly engineered deep-cycle batteries that offer greater performance and value.

RAE Coils Meets Seasonal Demand with Heating Coil Product Line

Coils designed to meet exact customer specifications and shipped on nearly any timeline

Statoil wins offshore wind lease sale in New York

Statoil submitted a winning bid of $42,469,725 during the online offshore wind auction concluded today by the U.S. Department of the Interior's Bureau of Ocean Energy Management (BOEM).

Ecotech Institute Ranked Among Best Deals on Colleges with Energy Research Programs

Ecotech Institute, the only college focused solely on energy, announced today that it was ranked #6 in Great College Deals' list of 20 Best Deals on Colleges with Energy Research Programs. The school was honored for its flexibility and intimate learning environment.

Global Floating Solar Panels Sales Market Report 2016

This report studies sales (consumption) of Floating Solar Panels in Global market, especially in United States, China, Europe, Japan, focuses on top players in these regions/countries, with sales, price, revenue and market share for each player in these regions, covering Kyocera Hanwha Solar One Sharp Canadian Solar SunPower REC Solar Solarworld Panasonic/Sanyo Renesola JA Solar Motech Gintech LDK Solar GCL Poly Suntech Yingli Solar Trina Solar

AFC Cable Systems Announces New MC Luminary MultiZone™ Cables Ideal for Use in Daylight Harvesting Applications

Save energy and power by reducing consumption with dimmable lighting and controls

Tenth Year of Consecutive Global Growth for PV Demand, IHS Markit Says

China sets the pace for global demand; Year-on-year growth rate of 34 percent forecast in 2016

U.S. wind power enjoys a rebirth as solar's obstacles mount

Nichola Groom for Reuters:  A year after Congress extended generous tax credits for renewable energy projects, the U.S. wind industry is thriving. Solar power companies, meanwhile, are hunkering down for a rough 2017. The tax credit renewal has boosted the long-term outlooks for both industries. But in the short term, the subsidies are far more attractive for wind power, which has spurred utilities to launch wind projects while they scale back or delay solar installations. Advances in wind turbine technology are also opening up new locations for development and driving a wave of spending to upgrade existing projects. In the last few weeks, power companies with large renewable holdings - including Southern Co, NextEra Energy Inc and Xcel Energy Inc - have announced plans to invest billions of dollars in wind. "We're making a pivot now away from solar," Southern Chief Executive Tom Fanning told a meeting with Wall Street analysts in October.   Cont'd...

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