SPI 2016 - DuraTrack HZ v3 Turned Heads at Solar Power International

Array Technologies showcased multi-row tracker in operation at booth

Who wins and who loses as the world goes green New research shows the best solutions for clean energy

In "The Future of Clean Energy: Who Wins and Who Loses as the World Goes Green" author and professor Gary Schwendiman reveals that the solutions are very much within the world's grasp; it's just a matter of overcoming misinformation. Schwendiman's research argues that most popular beliefs about the future of clean energy are simply incorrect, and most governments waste billions of dollars on the wrong green initiatives.

SkySpecs to Demonstrate Automated Drone Inspection Technology

Sponsorship and Invite-Only Demonstration at The Wind Energy Expo in Hamburg, September 28th at 2:00PM EST/14:00

Camborne Energy Storage to Install the First Tesla Grid-Scale Powerpacks in Europe

Grid-scale installation of the Tesla Powerpack in Somerset seen as a major step towards greater efficiency and reliability of power delivery from renewable energy sources.

Ballard Hosts Osaka Governor Matsui During His Trade Mission to Canada

On September 16th Ballard Power Systems hosted the Governor of Osaka, Japan, Mr. Ichiro Matsui and his delegation at the company's headquarters facility during the Governor's trade mission to Canada. Governor Matsui is interested in furthering the use of clean energy technologies, including fuel cells, within the Osaka Prefecture.

Itek Energy Releases New High-Efficiency SE Solar PV Module

Itek Energy announces the release of its SE Solar PV Module, with updates including higher-efficiency PERC cells and a PID-free certification after 500 hours of testing.

More than Three-Quarters of Americans Say Next President Should Speed Up Adoption of Renewable Energy

Public Opinion Split over Whether Elected Leaders Fully Understand Fossil Fuel Costs


The new event will focus on Glasgow's pioneering work on smart cities and the city's, and Scotland's, long history of innovation in intelligent traffic control.

SPI 2016 - Antaisolar at Solar Power International

The SPI 2016 took place at Las Vegas Convention Center on 12th-15th September. This yearly event generates success for solar energy professionals and global solar industry.

SPI 2016 - SEPA Lays Out Blueprints to Utility-Solar Industry Collaboration at SPI

New Report Offers Core Doctrines and Guidelines for Finding Common Ground

Industry praises bipartisan Governors' Wind and Solar Energy Coalition for seeking U.S. agencies' help to site wind projects

The U.S. wind energy industry today welcomed the support of a bipartisan group of 20 governors for further steps by federal agencies that could expedite siting of new wind farms, on land and offshore.

Marathon Patent Group Acquires Patent Portfolio for Critical Energy Storage Technologies as the Initial Step of a Focused Effort

The Traverse Technologies portfolio relates to battery anodes and cathodes that utilize bulk, thin film, and nanostructure fabrication techniques.

Think Wind Power Is Cheap Now? Wait Until 2030

Katherine Tweed for GreenTechMedia:  In many parts of the world, wind power is cheap. That is particularly true in the U.S., where onshore wind already rivals the cost of natural gas in some regions.

But wind power will likely get even cheaper, according to new research from Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory published in Nature Energy, with contributions from the National Renewable Energy Laboratory, University of Massachusetts, and participants in the International Energy Agency Wind Technology Collaboration Program.

The study surveyed more than 160 wind experts across the globe. Many had deep expertise in very specific regions, but the overall findings were similar: The cost of wind will continue to come down through 2030.

There are significant variations in the current costs for wind by region, but researchers "found a considerable amount of agreement” in overall reductions as a percentage of that total cost, said lead author Ryan Wiser, a senior scientist at Berkeley Lab.  Cont'd...

PVinsights: Polysilicon collapse triggers downstream price routs

Polysilicon price is not out of the woods yet with downstream demand remaining a significant concern. The purchasing power of polysilicon buyers has been hampered as the wafer prices see enlarged correction and the domestic demand is also noticeably slower. Unclear order visibility has pressured on polysilicon suppliers to release more price discounts. Although Chinese polysilicon suppliers have tried to curtail production output by conducting annual maintenance, such attempt is unlikely to temper the weakening market sentiments. In addition, as the quarterly financial accounting process approaches, the accumulated inventory pressure also forces polysilicon suppliers to dump excess stocks and sending the price down further.

U.S. Wins Trade Case Against India

A World Trade Organization (WTO) appellate body issued a report today affirming the United States victory in the U.S. challenge to India's "localization" rules, which discriminated against imported solar cells and modules under India's National Solar Mission.

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