International PV companies in Chile share their business challenges

PV Insider has published a short review on the biggest challenges that international PV companies face when building a business in Chile. The review features insights from the Inter-American Development Bank and German PV developer Kraftwerk, among others.

Companies preparing for solar market growth in MENA attending MENASOL

With over 3GW of solar forecast to be completed in the Middle East & North Africa by 2020, over 150 senior executives from leading solar companies will be meeting at the 6th Annual Middle East & North Africa Solar Conference & Exhibition taking place on 6-7 May in Dubai.

Concentrated Solar Power leading energy storage race in 2014

Regulatory bodies including CPUC and FERC continue to roll out requirements supporting the development of energy storage technologies to deal with the problem of grid intermittency created by high levels of renewable integration. As a result of this there is growing interest in concentrated solar power (CSP) as a procurement option.

Leading CSP companies to network at the Franschhoek Wine Valley

Leading international and South African companies and institutions will network on Monday 7th April at the Franschhoek Wine Valley to discuss the future of the Concentrated Solar Power (CSP) market.

QBotix Momentum Continues: DOE SunShot Grant & Independent Engineering Report Successfully Completed

Signals Robotic Tracking System as bankable solar project cost saver Also garners awards highlighting QBotix as industry thought leader

PVinsights : Dramatic polysilicon and multi wafer prices drop in Mar.

Polysilicon price also drops this week. Weak downstream demand in China pushes down the spot polysilicon pricing in the country as polysilicon demand becomes less tight. Multi wafer price drop more dramatically this week with rampant price cuts in China.

Array Technologies Wins Supply Contract for CED White River Solar 2

26 MW DuraTrack™ HZ System Will Neighbor 140 MW Already in Place

Australian wind power becomes more competitive

Based on water and wind power, renewable energy contributed to about 9.6 percent of Australia's electricity production in 2011.

Lockheed Martin and Atlantis Resources Ltd.: Harnessing the Power of Ocean Tides

New contract highlights Lockheed Martin's continued role as leader of ocean energy

Unirac Awarded Contract to supply 469 kW Ground Mount Steel (GMS) for Installation in US Virgin Islands

The project broke ground in late December 2013 and is scheduled to be completed in April 2014.

The First Seminar "Competitive Solar Energy & Finance Solutions" to be Held During WETEX 2014, Dubai

The "Competitive Solar Energy & Finance Solutions Seminar for the GCC" takes place on April 14, 2014 at the Dubai World Trade Centre and will start at 1.30 pm ----Cooperation with the Solar GCC Alliance ----Press Conference on April 14, 1.00 pm ----First "Solar & Energy Storage Forum 2014" will be held on November 5, 2014

Quickes turns to renewable energy to lower electricity bills

50 kW PV system keeps Devon cheese-maker's refrigerators cold and bills low

First Twin Axe delivery for Njord Offshore

Njord Offshore from Essex, UK, have taken delivery of their first 26m Twin Axe built by Damen Shipyards Group. The vessel was ordered early January 2014 and the delivery took place on 27th February. During this 7 week period the vessel was modified from a basic, standard vessel to suit the specific Njord Offshore requirements.

UPM and Metropolia proudly present: The Biofore Concept Car drives sustainable change through innovative use of biomaterials

The Biofore Concept Car is designed and manufactured by students from the Helsinki Metropolia University of Applied Sciences.

Innotech Solar PV modules generate greenest power at the UK's original outlet shopping centre

Innotech Solar modules outperformed the products of three well-known manufacturers

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