The organization reaches major milestone in membership
KYOCERA and Century Tokyo Leasing Commence Business to Operate Utility-Scale Solar Power Plants in Japan
First 2.4MW solar plant goes online in Japan's Kagawa Prefecture; plans call for up to 35 similar plants throughout Japan
20kW Stirling Engine Converts Wasted Heat into Electricity for $800 Million Market
ACORE Board of Directors Announces Interim CEO, Michael R. Brower, to Lead Organization During CEO Search
Brower has been an ACORE member since 2002 and is a long time Leadership Council member.
geoAMPS taps into the Esri Partner Network for technological and marketplace strategies to develop and market geoAMPS business offerings built on the Esri software platform.
American Roll Form Products (ARFP), a manufacturer of custom roll formed products for the solar industry, recently installed a new rolling mill designed for high-speed and flexibility at their 53,200 square foot newly opened satellite manufacturing facility located in North Las Vegas, Nevada.
The European Commission’s investigation of solar-panel imports from China was the world’s biggest antidumping case ever when it began in September, signaling a new willingness in Brussels to challenge China’s extensive assistance to favored export-oriented industries. But the case ended with a whimper Saturday and illuminated deep divisions in Europe — and how good the Chinese are at exploiting those differences. The European Commission said Saturday that it had settled the case in exchange for a pledge from China not to export solar panels for less than 74 cents a watt, a price about 25 percent lower even than when the case began. The commission also decided to forgo imposing the steep tariffs on Chinese solar panels it had threatened. The deal could end up strengthening the fractured Chinese solar panel industry and sending a wave of cheaper Chinese panels to the United States. Trade experts said the European Commission’s meager outcome, in a case covering 6 percent of China’s exports to Europe, showed that while Brussels might have had a strong case in terms of law or economics, it was fatally weak from the beginning at the political level. Those political weaknesses increased as China’s leaders traveled repeatedly to European capitals and lobbied aggressively and successfully to divide Europe on the issue. European makers of solar panels were furious about receiving so little after a year of litigation, and vowed to sue. The European settlement also undermined Obama administration officials, who had taken a tough stance toward China on solar panel trade and had tried for months to persuade European leaders to side with them.
The global wind operation and maintenance market is set to expand with stable demand potential in the near future. The wind operation service market accounted for more than 20%and the wind maintenance service market accounted for more than 75%of the global wind operation and maintenance marketing.
Morgan Advanced Materials offers Cerox® fired refractory shapes and engineering expertise for producing clean and contaminant-free metals
The Company thrives on breakthrough innovation. Our materials scientists and applications engineers work in close collaboration with customers to create outstanding, highly differentiated products that perform more efficiently, more reliably and for longer. Thermal Ceramics is a business of Morgan Advanced Materials, which has more than 10,000 employees across 50 countries serving specialist markets in the energy, transport, healthcare, electronics, security and defence, petrochemical and industrial sectors. Morgan Advanced Materials (MGAM) is listed on the London Stock Exchange in the engineering sector.
Morgan Advanced Materials' Thermal Ceramics Business announces the availability of its FireMaster® FastWrap® XL and FireMaster® FastDoor™ material for HVAC and grease ducts.
The European Union and China are near a settlement in their dispute over solar panel imports, press reports said Thursday, but Europeans manufacturers challenged the figures involved as still harmful to their business. The Handelsblatt business daily said negotiators were ready to set a minimum price on imported Chinese solar panels at 57 cents per watt of power they produced. This price would apply to the first seven gigawatts of solar panels imported. Any panels imported above the seven gigawatt quota would then incur an anti-dumping tariff of 47.6 percent, the German daily said, without specifying its sources. EU officials declined to comment directly on the report and the figures given. "Discussions are on-going at the highest level as both sides seek an amicable solution," EU Trade spokesman John Clancy said.
Move is result of startup company's dramatic growth
Agreement includes 120 direct hydrogen ElectraGenTM-H2 systems as well as 100 methanol fuelled ElectraGenTM-ME systems
Automobile manufacturers are forging alliances in hopes of marketing fuel cell vehicles in the very near future. How well they succeed will be determined by a number of factors. Experts will be discussing these issues at the f-cell international fuel cell conference and trade fair in Stuttgart.
The project was historic in its size, complexity and scale.
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