Offshore Wind Installation Vessels Will See Global Market Value Soar to $2.93 Billion by 2020, says GlobalData

Global market value for offshore wind turbine and foundation installation vessels will rise from $0.56 billion in 2014 to $2.93 billion by 2020 ---- ‘Future vessels will allow developers to shorten installation times with increased vessel crane capacity and additional deck space,' says analyst

No trumpets – solar power for Jericho and its neighbours instead.

In the vicinity of the lowest city in the world one of the largest solar power stations in the Middle East is producing clean electricity – with inverters by KACO new energy.

Mounting Systems Partners with Everybody Solar to Bring Solar to Local Wildlife

Alpha Rooftop Mounting System Pushes Wildlife Associates Project Closer to the Finish Line

INTERSOLAR EUROPE 2015: INNOVATIONS DRIVE FORWARD THE ENERGY TRANSITION

New technologies and products from the solar industry are helping to make the energy transition a reality.

EcoFasten Solar Hiring CAD Designer

EcoFasten Solar and Sister company Alpine SnowGuards are looking for a talented CAD Designer to join our rapidly growing team. This position will be primarily responsible for developing detailed technical drawings and supplemental product documentation in 2D and/or 3D using CAD equipment.

AET Awarded Contract by MC Power to Supply Rayport-G™ ECO Ground Mount for Missouri Installation

Macon, Missouri – December 10, 2014

Equal Earth Acquires Solar Roof Coating Provider Kolona as Part of Vertical Integration Strategy

Equal Earth announced that it has acquired Oahu-based Kolona, a leading provider of fluid applied roof coatings for solar PV and solar hot water systems. The acquisition supports Equal Earth's vertical integration strategy and further expands the firm's services and presence in Hawaii.

ORENDA SETS RENEWABLES INDUSTRY BENCHMARK WITH ‘PERFORMANCE GUARANTEE' PROTECTION

• Performance Guarantee just one of a raft of new initiatives offering ‘peace of mind' to farming and rural communities

Bestselling Author Writes All New Electric Car Guide

Greenstream Publishing has released a new edition of the indispensable guide to choosing and and owning an electric car, written by Michael Boxwell, a former managing director of a leading electric car supplier, long time electric car enthusiast and bestselling author of The Solar Electricity Handbook (Greenstream Publishing, 2014). The title is priced at $17.99/£14.99 and available from all major retailers.

Global Wind Turbine Manufacturing Capacity Has Far Surpassed Demand

During the past 2 years, more flexible sourcing strategies across the wind power supply chain have resulted in cost reductions, enabling greater geographic market access while reducing risk and ensuring profitability for wind turbine vendors and their partners in the component value chain. Overcapacity, however, persists in most, though not all areas of the supply chain, providing purchasers with more choice, flexibility, and cost control. According to a new report from Navigant Research, while demand in 2014 is projected to be less than 47,000 megawatts (MW), annual turbine manufacturing capacity, according to vendor estimates, is likely to exceed 71,000 megawatts MW.  "Oversupply is allowing wind turbine manufacturers to more easily adjust what components they produce in-house, what is outsourced, and when a blend of both is advantageous for cost, technological, or geographic reasons," says Jesse Broehl, senior research analyst with Navigant Research. "Although many manufacturing facilities are running at less than full capacity, product innovation, lean manufacturing, and outsourcing are resulting in a highly competitive wind industry ready for the challenges of today's and tomorrow's wind markets."  Blades are a particularly strong area of strategic product evolution and sourcing shifts, according to the report. Turbine manufacturers are making major, capital-intensive investment changes in how blades are designed, what materials are used, the manufacturing processes behind them, and what companies they source from. 

Mounting Systems Partners with Everybody Solar to Bring Solar to Local Wildlife

Alpha Rooftop Mounting System Pushes Wildlife Associates Project Closer to the Finish Line

SunLink Celebrates 10 Years With Best-in-a-Decade Roof-Mount Pricing

Between now and December 31, SunLink pledges to beat competitors' pricing

Solar Company Granted Approvals on 7 Solar Farm Projects in NC

Innovative Solar Systems, LLC has just been granted approvals on five 2MW solar farms and two 5MW solar farm projects in North Carolina.

Key Equipment Finance Provides Financing for 25 Solar Panel Installations for Safeguard Storage Properties LLC

Three installations completed and funded so far in $6.5 million deal for 25 facilities in New York and New Jersey

The Annual Installed Capacity of Distributed Generation is Expected to Double by 2023, According to Navigant Research

Regulators, DG providers, and utilities are struggling over the future of DG business models, report concludes

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