China to Install More Solar than Europe in 2014 as Asia Drives Global PV Installations to 46 GW, IHS Predicts
China this year for the first time will install more PV capacity than the whole of Europe, based on the latest IHS forecast.
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A surge in solar growth is expected after today's announcement
Third order for Siemens direct drive wind turbines in East Asia
Photovoltaic (PV) development in Africa in the focus of discussion ---- Major stakeholders for the African PV solar sector participated ---- Conference program covered the entire PV value chain
ACORE Renewable Energy Policy Forum Convenes Industry, Government and Financial Leaders to Address Renewable Energy Outlook and Innovation
Event Demonstrates Impact and Continued Growth of Renewable Energy
Smart public policies such as NEM have helped to create nearly 50,000 jobs in California, pump billions of dollars into the state's economy and reduce pollution.
ERNEST MONIZ, RON WYDEN, JEFF IMMELT, GREGORY BARKER AND MICHAEL BLOOMBERG TO HEADLINE BLOOMBERG NEW ENERGY FINANCE SUMMIT
US Energy Secretary, US Senate Finance Committee Chairman, GE CEO, UK Minister of Energy and Climate Change, Bloomberg L.P. founder to join more than 120 energy industry thought leaders speaking at Summit 2014
The company's international installer network also includes 389 qualified installers from the U.S.
On Wednesday, March 27th, the largest state in the contiguous United States got almost one-third of its electricity by harnessing the wind. According to the Electric Reliability Council of Texas, which manages the bulk of the Lone Star State's power grid, a record-breaking 10,296 MW of electricity was whipped up by wind turbines. That's enough to provide 29 percent of the state's power, and to keep the lights on in over 5 million homes. ERCOT notes in a statement issued today that "The new record beats the previous record set earlier this month by more than 600 MW, and the American Wind Energy Association reports it was a record for any US power system."
Company inks first contract in North America and expands manufacturing to the U.S.
The global clean-energy picture for 2013 was a classic good news-bad news story, according to the Clean Energy Trends 2014 report issued today by clean-tech research and advisory firm Clean Edge, Inc. The industry saw dazzling growth, success, and rising stock prices in some sectors – most notably solar photovoltaic (PV) deployment – but downward trends and policy and finance hurdles in others. Last year also marked a significant transition in the history of clean energy: for the first time since Clean Edge began tracking global markets in 2000, the world installed more new solar PV generating capacity, 36.5 gigawatts, than wind power (35.5 GW). Record levels of new solar deployment in China, Japan, and the U.S. combined with a down year in the wind industry to create this unprecedented crossover. The global solar market's continued double-digit growth of 15 percent, plus a modest uptick in biofuels' market size, was not enough to overcome the wind industry's lackluster performance. As a result, combined global revenue for solar PV, wind power, and biofuels held nearly steady at $247.6 billion, down just slightly from $248.7 billion in 2012. The full Clean Energy Trends 2014 report can be downloaded for free at www.cleanedge.com.
2G CENERGY, a 2G Energy AG Group Company announced today that it received a large order with a total amount of nearly 8 Million USD and was selected to supply 9.4MW Modular Energy Conversion Systems for the largest Waste-to-Energy Recycling Facility in the World.
Iron Edison Battery Company Now Offers Battery and Inverter Packages to Reduce Demand Charges With Peak Load Shaving
Iron Edison Battery Company has a cost-effective solution to reducing demand charges using Peak Load Shaving.
Plugged Solar panel kits plug directly into a 240 volt electrical outlet of the home. It simplifies the solar installation and makes the system DIY plug-in.
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