Mersen acquires a majority stake in Cirprotec and expands its portfolio in the power quality segment

Cirprotec is a pioneering company involved in the design and manufacture of lightning and surge protection devices, and is a leading player in this sector.

KYOCERA Solar Modules Independently Tested Show Excellent Performance After 10 Years of Operation at Europe's Largest Solar Research Institute

Installation at the Fraunhofer Institute for Solar Energy Systems (ISE) in Freiburg, Germany is still highly efficient with output degradation of just 5 percent

Main Street Power Accelerates a Race Car Driver's Electric Vehicle Dream

Ms. Münter and her husband Craig Davidson now charge their Tesla Model S electric vehicle with solar energy produced from the rooftop array.

Energy Department Announces Student Teams, Location for Solar Decathlon 2015

20 Solar Decathlon teams will design, construct and test their houses before reassembling them at the Solar Decathlon 2015 competition site in Irvine.

Winter Park Falls in Love with its New Solar Panels on Valentine's Day

With the completion of this renewable energy installation, the City of Winter Park becomes a leader amongst Florida cities committed to providing renewable energy to their citizens.

SMA Introduces Webconnect Monitoring for Residential and Small Commercial PV Systems

Simplified Solution Provides Direct Data Exchange with Sunny Portal

Key Takeaways from the AWEA U.S. Wind Industry Fourth Quarter 2013 Market Report

With the installation of 1,084 MW in 2013 the U.S. now has an installed wind capacity of 61,108 MW. There are over 12,000 MW under construction, including 10,900 MW that started construction activity during the fourth quarter.

Solar Training at SolPowerPeople

The National Solar Jobs Census 2013 report states that in the last 12 months solar employment has grown 10 times faster than the national average- that says something that people need to hear.

An Uncertain Future for Quantum Computing?

Quantum computing is here to shake the existing mechanical, electrical and electronic systems. Modern electronics in particular will not be the same if quantum computing gains acceptance. There're voices of support as well as dissent. In this post, we'll analyze future trends in quantum computing. Keep reading!

3D Solar Modeling Technology

To assess the accuracy of simuwatt Solar, concept3D partnered with NREL to evaluate the program's outputs against actual plans developed for sites across the country.

Case Study - 2.4 MW Solar Ground Mount Orange, Massachusetts

Working in two shifts in record low temperatures and stormy conditions, installers completed the ground mount array in just 36 days (during a record 60-year storm with 24 inches of snow and 60 mph gusts).

ATI's DuraRack™ fixed-tilt system picks up steam heading into 2014

Array Technologies' Best Kept Secret – Until Now

Wall Street Ledger Speaks to the COO of Global Clean Energy

New York, NY (PRWEB) February 13, 2014 Wall Street Ledger speaks to the COO of Global Clean Energy about information of their company for future investors.

China Will Take Gold In The 2014 'Solar Power Olympics'

China is projected to install 12,000 megawatts of solar power in 2014, giving it the "gold medal" in the figurative 2014 Solar Olympics,  according to GTM Research . That amount will be greater than what the United States has installed in all of its solar history. Japan will take "silver" in 2014 with 7,500 megawatts forecast. The U.S. will take bronze at 5,300. "China's rise to the top in global PV installations has been impressive, to say the least," GTM Research solar analyst Adam James said in the release. "Although transparency continues to be a problem in accurately sizing the market, GTM sees the shift to production-based incentives and increased downstream financing support driving deployment to new heights over the next few years." For the first time in the past four year period, no European country will feature on the podium. "While European feed-in tariff markets have been great at the short-distance events, the global solar market is clearly aiming toward the long-distance contenders in Asia and North America," said Shayle Kann, senior vice president at GTM Research. "But don't count out emerging markets. By the time the Summer Olympics roll around in Rio, Latin America will be a PV force to contend with."

TÜV SÜD certification increases reliability of smart PV modules

TÜV SÜD announces the launch of certifications for smart PV modules. Leveraging on its authoritative technical background, the international service provider formulated its two new certifications using existing IEC 61215/IEC 61646 and IEC 61730 certifications for traditional PV modules as a basis.

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