The Scottish offshore wind industry could be threatened by an investment hiatus after figures showed major developers had more than halved their spending in Scotland.
The announcement of the UCEF is timely and in line with the advancement of decentralised energy initiatives across the UK.
Smart Grid experience shows real benefits that consumers care about
PNNL's vanadium redox flow battery technology licensed by WattJoule
Since 2010, the solar industry has created nearly 50,000 new American jobs and employment has grown nearly 20 percent in the last year alone.
National Solar Jobs Census reports over 23,000 new solar energy related jobs created in 2013, bringing US total to over 142,000
2013 was a record-shattering year, with the solar industry creating more than 10 new jobs every hour of every work day throughout the year.
Michigan Corn Growers submit more than 16,000 comments supporting the RFS
The company clinched a deal to supply 280kW in structures for a PV project in the Western desert in Egypt.
The Berlin-based software company Valentin is launching its programme PV*SOL Expert 6.0 R7 today. The new software enables users to plan and visualise roof-integrated, roof-top and free-standing plants with a power of up to two megawatts. For the new version, Valentin has increased the maximum numbe
On of the UK's leading green energy companies has called on the coalition government to stay focused on renewable energy.
The summit will provide an in - depth overview on gas flaring concept through interactive panel discussions, and successful case studies.
Workshop to Teach Homeowners in Maryland How to Save 50-100% on Electricity and Make Energy Profits DEADLINE TO RSVP FOR FREE REGISTRATION IS January 28, 2013 ($20 at-door without RSVP)RSVP: www.MySolarWorkshop.com
1.2 MW of DuraTrack™ HZ Enters the South Carolina Energy Scene
Technology company joins celebration of National 'Shout Out for Solar' Day
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