Continental Control Systems Introduces New CTRC Rogowski Coil Current Transformer

Easy to Install, Flexible Transformers Enable Current Measurement on Conductors in Tight Spaces, Large Bus Bars, and Irregular-Sized Conductor Bundles

The Ohio Fuel Cell Coalition is a Platinum Sponsor of the 2013 Fuel Cell Seminar & Energy Exposition

2013 Fuel Cell Seminar & Energy Exposition to be held at the Greater Columbus Convention Center in Columbus, Ohio, USA, October 21st-24th

The Ohio Fuel Cell Coalition will Host a Supply Chain Exchange Event at the 2013 Fuel Cell Seminar & Energy Exposition

2013 Fuel Cell Seminar & Energy Exposition this October 21st – 24th in Columbus, Ohio

UK and Washington State Strengthen Clean Tech Trade Ties

UK Energy Minister Greg Barker visits Seattle and tours Tacoma facilities of Greenwood Clean Energy , makers of next generation wood boilers.

MORGAN THERMAL CERAMICS INSULATION WOOL DELIVERS HIGHER PERFORMANCE WITH LESS MASS

Superwool Plus is 17 percent more energy efficient than traditional insulation

MECASOLAR to deliver structures to Australia's largest solar farm (24MWp)

The Spain-based multinational company will supply the fixed structure to the largest solar PV installation in Australia, a market MECASOLAR expects to account for 8% of its total turnover by 2015.

India To Build World's Largest Solar Power Plant In Rajasthan

The Indian government will set up the world’s largest solar  power  plant in its northwestern state of Rajasthan, an official statement said on Friday, and the venture is expected to significantly reduce solar power taxes in the country. The project, known as the "Ultra-Mega Green Solar Power Project," will have a total power generation capacity of 4,000 megawatts, which is more than double the total solar power generation capacity in India. “This will be the largest solar-based power project in the world. Being the first project of this scale … this project is expected to set a trend for large-scale solar power development in the world," a government statement said. The project will be spread across 23,000 acres of land belonging to the state-run Sambhar Salts Ltd, near the Sambhar Lake, which is about 47 miles away from Jaipur, Rajasthan’s capital city. The first phase of the project, which will be for 1,000 megawatt capacity, is expected to be completed in three years and will be run by a joint venture of five state-run utilities, including BHEL, Power Grid Corporation of India and Solar Energy Corporation of India.

Access Intelligence and Hannover Fairs Announce New Partnership at RETECH 2013

In the opening session of the 2013 Renewable Energy Technology Conference & Exhibition (RETECH), event organizers from Access Intelligence announced a new strategic partnership with Hannover Fairs USA to produce an international pavilion on the show floor, as well as contribute new, relevant content to the conference program at RETECH 2014.

UNITED WIND SECURES $25M COMMITMENT FOR WIND ENERGY PROJECTS

Company to Develop Over 100 Distributed Wind Energy Projects in Four States

Solar Exchange Launches With Over $28 Million in Solar Goods in First Week

25 Founding Member companies help inaugurate new age of online solar commerce

Global Energy Company E.ON Joins SEIA Board of Directors

E.ON is expanding its share of renewable energy projects in our company's global power generation portfolio.

Energy expert to present Certified Renewable Energy Professional training in South Africa

Renowned international expert in energy conservation, energy management, urban sustainability and performance contracting, Dr Stephen A Roosa, will be presenting the US-based Association for Energy Engineers (AEE) Certified Renewable Energy Professional (REP) training course in South Africa at its launch in November 2013.

Solar Decathlon 2013 Teams Arrive; Construction to Begin Monday of Student-Designed, Solar-Powered Homes

Chance to Capture Advance Interviews, Great Visuals Before Competition Starts

The Need For Clean Energy Fuel Cell Buses In China - Market Update

China's rapid economic expansion over the past decade has resulted in a public concern regarding deteriorating levels of air quality.

China to limit construction of new solar panel factories

China, the world's biggest maker of solar panels, will limit construction of new photovoltaic manufacturing plants to curb excess capacity in a move that may encourage consolidation within the industry. New solar plants that "purely" expand capacity will be strictly banned, the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology said in a statement on its website yesterday. Annual spending by companies for research and development and upgrading equipment must total at least 3 per cent of revenue and must exceed 10 million yuan (HK$12.6 million). Chinese authorities have pledged to cut overcapacity in industries from steel to paper as policy makers seek to reduce the economy's reliance on investments and exports. A global oversupply of solar panels led to a 20 per cent plunge in prices last year, according to data. The policy will slow efforts to expand production capacity in favour of mergers and acquisitions as a growth strategy for the biggest companies, said Angelo Zino, an analyst with S&P Capital IQ in New York.

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