The demand for renewable electricity in Europe, documented with Guarantees of Origin (GO), continued to grow in 2015.
Decision helps reduce barriers to critical clean energy resource, reducing rates and enhancing grid reliability
Olivier Jacques has joined APsystems as Senior Vice President and Managing Director, Europe, Middle East and Africa. He is based in the APsystems branch in Lyon, France. The company also maintains a European office in the Netherlands. Jacques brings more than 20 years of experience in construction, industrial and high-tech industries. Prior to joining APsystems, he served as Managing Director EMEA for Enphase Energy. There, he developed the microinverter market in Europe from scratch, achieving leading share positions in key European solar regions.
Creates a global leader uniquely positioned in buildings and energy platforms with deep expertise across attractive end markets - Brings together best-in-class product, installation and service capabilities across controls, fire, security, HVAC and power solutions - Accelerates innovation and ability to capture opportunities in fast-growing 'smart' markets with the latest in devices, controls, sensors, data analytics and advanced solutions - Compelling value creation for shareholders of both companies through at least $650 million in identified synergies as well as opportunities for enhanced revenue growth - Spin off of 'Adient' (Johnson Controls Automotive Experience) on track for early fiscal Q1 2017 (post-merger closing)
"This ESA builds on that momentum, as Ballard's leading PEM technology will be deployed for range extension applications in commercial buses."
The renamed "Governors' Wind & Solar Energy Coalition" will now work to advance solar as well as wind energy
Ontario manufacturer SEI provides high-yielding panels for 150 kW system which adds solar energy to farm's portfolio of crops; system installed by SEI sister company Strathcona Solar
Solar panel price declines marginally this week, mainly affected by solar panel price drop in the US. Without the further RMB depreciation against USD, solar panel price in China becomes stable in USD term. On the other hand, since some Chinese solar panel makers have been doing the price competition in efforts to gain more market share in the U.S. market, solar panel price in the U.S. is being pressured. Nevertheless, solar panel prices in Europe and Japan remain flat, as the demand stay constantly, as Chinese solar panel manufacturers in these regions are still not able to do the price competition under the solar cell cost rising. In India and the emerging countries, solar panel price stays stable, as the demand has maintained solid. As the result, overall solar panel price drops slightly as pressured by the strategic price competition in the U.S. market.
Ocean Power Technologies, Inc. Announces APB350 (A1) PowerBuoy Achieves Significant Performance Milestones
Ocean Power Technologies, Inc. (Nasdaq:OPTT) today announced that its APB350 (A1) PowerBuoy® has achieved several significant milestones. Total cumulative deployment time has exceeded 125 days and energy generated has surpassed 1,000 kWh (1MWh).
"NeoSpeed® Rivets: Faster, Stronger…and Simpler," is a new product announcement about a tool that, when used with the appropriate installation tools, speeds assembly by up to 400% compared to traditional threaded or breakstem fasteners.
Infocast Announces the 6th Annual Defense Renewables Summit Scheduled for March 2016 in Arlington, VA
DoD and Government Decision-Makers Share their Renewable Energy & Cyber Security Wants, Needs & Key Requirements in Securing the Nation's Critical Energy and Cyber Infrastructures
Solar is expected to have an amazing year in 2016 by most accounts. As photovoltaic equipment continues to experience high demand prices will fall albeit at a slower rate than originally predicted. Meanwhile solar installations will grow in more markets while the U.S. installs more than 10 gigawatts of new solar power.
Baker Electric announces record growth and an impressive installed and contracted project total of 1 GW+ for its utility scale, commercial and residential solar businesses.
DetecTape, a new low cost visual leak detector designed for the hydrogen industry, is now available.
YANMAR America announces the introduction of a new EPA certified 35 kW micro Combined Heat and Power (mCHP) system, the CP35D1 and CP35D1Z (blackout start) models. Powered by natural gas, the unit is 88 percent efficient overall as compared to the 33 percent overall efficiency offered by a traditional power plant.
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