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Fifteen employers join the Department of Energy's Workplace Charging Challenge; electric vehicle chargers are "the next bike rack" for employers
Companies agree to bring advanced power creation to Asia markets
The system will be used for the utility's i-Demand Project.
Working side by side: a historical Japanese town and new-age renewable energy
A total of 50 speakers, over 20 exhibitors and sponsors, and 518 visitors from 10 countries participated in the event in Beijing.
"The announced preliminary Contracts for Difference (CfD) budget of £50 million would allow for at most 800 MW of utility-scale PV in the first allocation round, but the real opportunity for solar PV projects will fully depend on the participation rate of competing onshore wind projects
Commerce will immediately impose antidumping duties ranging from 26.33 to 58.87 percent for most Chinese suppliers and 27.59 to 44.18 percent for Taiwanese producers.
Preliminary Commerce determination to impose anti-dumping duties on China and Taiwan aims to finish job of first trade cases
144 MW Westermeerwind in Holland's IJsselmeer lake to feature 48 Siemens direct drive wind turbines ---- First turnkey project for Siemens' offshore business ---- Deal includes 15-year full service contract
Morgan Advanced Materials announces the availability of FireMaster® FireBarrier™ 135 sprayed refractory cement, offering superior fire protection and simple, cost effective installation.
Rodman & Rodman, P.C. weighs in on proposed legislation regarding Net Metering and Solar Power awaiting passage in the MA House and Senate. The proposed legislation could ultimately create jobs, a growing tax base and cleaner air.
The project, acknowledged as one of the most complicated solar projects in China due to the unique terrain, utilizes Clenergy's tailor-made ground mounting systems
British Gas chooses Elster as their primary partner for advanced gas metering to support their business goals
The US shale gas hydraulic fracturing industry is expected to witness significant growth over the next five years partially due to government initiatives to substitute natural gas for nuclear energy and carbon-intensive fuels.
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