TÜV Rheinland: Innotech Solar's new low profile module frames are tested up to 8,000 Pascal

New frame improves performance and saves transport and storage costs

Solar Certification Fund: 5th call for proposals launched

This Fund aims at supporting activities related to the development and promotion of the Solar Keymark certification scheme and the relevant standards.

Asian Development Bank President hails AfDB's work on clean energy financing

The ADB President commended the African Development Bank for its commitment to promoting clean energy investments.

REA welcomes Government commitment to review Feed-in Tariff for small scale biogas plants

Review gives Government opportunity to save on-farm AD and unlock biogas benefits for rural economy

Self-sufficient, emission free: with ‘home grown' PV power into the future.

KACO new energy feeds its factory 5 with electric energy from the company's own solar park.

Stationary Fuel Cell Market to Undergo Outstanding Growth by 2020

Stationary fuel cell market to jump from $390m in 2012 to $7.52 billion by 2020 ----Government support could ‘reduce the manufacturing cost in pursuit of commercializing this technology on a large scale,' says analyst

Minesto wins international ‘industry pioneer' tidal energy award

Minesto was awarded the prize for having proved that it is possible to harvest electricity from low velocity currents using the step-change Deep Green power plant.

Global Clean Energy Inc. Update Nova ReNew Inc. and European Trip

Global Clean Energy, Inc. (OTC PINK: GCEI) believes that Halifax Nova Scotia may well be the first location for the company's Waste Plastics to Fuel Plant.

Lucintel Forecasts Global Wind Operation and Maintenance Market to Reach $14,014 Million by 2018

The global wind operation and maintenance market is set to expand with stable demand potential in the near future.

Public Funding Announced For Up To 24 More Clean Energy Fuel Cell Buses in Europe

A total of €23 million in funding has been made available, including €15 million for up to 24 fuel cell buses as well as funding for stationary fuel cell generators.

SGS Successfully Attends RENEXPO in Bucharest, Romania

SGS successfully attended the sixth annual International Trade Fair and Conferences for Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency (RENEXPO) in Bucharest, Romania and showcased its comprehensive portfolio of renewable energy services.

MECASOLAR supplies 1 MW in solar trackers to PV solar plant in Jordan

The 1,028MWp solar farm, located in Ma'an, southern Jordan, is set to be connected at the beginning of 2014. The supply deal adds to other agreements recently reached by the multinational, which expects to sign new contracts in Morocco and Saudi Arabia soon.

EU Nations Approve Pact With China on Solar-Panel Trade

European Union countries approved an agreement with  China  to curb imports of Chinese solar panels, ending the EU’s biggest commercial dispute of its kind. EU governments endorsed an accord struck by their trade chief and China in July that sets a minimum price and a volume limit on European imports of Chinese solar panels until the end of 2015. Chinese manufacturers that take part will be spared EU tariffs meant to counter alleged below-cost sales, a practice known as dumping, and subsidies. The verdict seeks to balance demands by European producers such as Solarworld AG (SWV)for trade protection and opposition by China, some EU governments and Europe’s importers to levies on the renewable-energy technology. The two-year duration of the measures is less than half as long as the normal five-year period for EU anti-dumping and anti-subsidy protection. European solar-panel manufacturers suffered “material injury” as a result of dumping by Chinese exporters and trade-distorting government aid to them, while trade protection must also take account of “the cost for other economic operators,” the 28-nation bloc said today in Brussels. The decision wraps up two inquiries begun more than a year ago and will take effect after being published in the EU’s Official Journal by Dec. 6.

How and Where Distributed Energy Resources Will Reduce the Need for Transmission

The rapid growth of distributed energy resources (DER), a non-transmission alternative, is raising concerns over the viability and necessity of new transmission lines.

2013 completions of large solar thermal power plants mark technology gains

All five of the major solar thermal projects—including Solana and Ivanpah—that are scheduled to come on line in 2013 and 2014 were awarded loans through the U.S. Department of Energy's Loan Guarantee Program.

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