Solar panel prices extend losses this week, as Chinese module makers leverage price competition intensively over the globe, especially in the US. Amid waning demand in China, some Chinese module maker is rush to increase the shipment volume in rest of the world, particularly in the US, in order to be the dominant module manufacturer. Since the demand in the US is widely expected to be promising in the coming five years, Chinese module makers has been aiming the US as one of the major target market to penetrate with their overseas capacities. Hence, solar panel price in the US has encountered great pressures, as Chinese module makers fuel strategic pricing intensively in the region. Meanwhile, in China, SEA and India, the regional prices are under pressured as Chinese module makers also intend to leverage price competition to capture more market shares.
Safety test provider Underwriters Laboratories (UL) is launching a shorter 50-day electrical insulation system test program for electric motors at the forthcoming CWIEME Berlin exhibition. This service responds to global demand from manufacturers for help getting products to market quicker without compromising on safety.
As the world braces for ever more stringent regulations aimed at curbing carbon emissions, a new winding techlogy promises to both increase motor efficiency and its power factor while using a surprisingly cost-effective method.
As the market for hybrid-electric and electric vehicles has grown, so too has the demand for ever-higher performing magnet wires. Suppliers, such as Superior Essex, are gearing up their R&D operations and launching new products tailored to this increasingly important customer base.
Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA), the largest public utility in the US, is installing ABB's static var compensator (SVC) technology to help ensure system reliability as fossil fuel component of total energy mix declines. SVC's enhance grid stabilization and at the same time enable a smarter grid.
NRDC & Partners Show How Innovative Green Banks and Bonds Can Provide Major Boost and Help India Achieve its Ambitious Renewable Energy and Climate Goals
After a couple of years of hiatus the chapter is under new enthusiastic leadership. Spearheaded by new Chapter Leader, Elizabeth Kaiga (Director, Renewable Energy at CohnReznick) the chapter has begun programming with the support of an all new chapter team.
The IREC 3iAwards honor innovation, ingenuity and inspiration from the nation's best in both renewable energy and energy efficiency.
With a compelling pipeline of market opportunities presently existing in the United States, the Company is finalizing multiple agreements in prime US markets with major waste plastics and waste tire suppliers to acquire the rights to install pyrolysis systems on their facilities, which allow for the waste plastics and tires to be converted into alternative, low emission fuels such as diesel, and syngas, on their facilities.
Ballard's FCveloCity®-HD fuel cell module has successfully powered another urban tram, this one designed and built by Tangshan Railway Vehicle Co. Ltd. (TRC) in China's Hebei Province.
Government leaders, solar industry, customers to gather for milestone event
Our UNO-INK is a shelf stable electrocatalyst ink which allows you to focus on making a PEM and MEA instead of making an electrocatalyst. The Uno-Ink is stable for up to 6 months which means you can make a fully function PEM in 1 hour. You can finally focus on making a fuel cell without having to optimize catalyst ratios. Fabricating an MEA is now an art.
A Guide to Security Requirements for Various Classes of IoT Devices and Systems
Polysilicon price surges notably as Chinese authorities imposed stricter control over imports by reviewing foreign polysilicon sources. The demand in China has intensified as Chinese wafer makers are utilizing production at full and expanding capacities intensively. Hence, with the enforcement underway, Chinese polysilicon suppliers could further hike the price as buyers are trying to secure enough polysilicon. As affected by the price rally in China, Taiwanese and Korean polysilicon makers take this advantage to increase their price significantly.
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