Innovative Gridco Systems emPower Solution Enables Utilities to Effectively Integrate Renewables, Improve Energy Efficiency, Manage Peak Demand and Increase System Reliability
New seal helps protect wind power systems from rain, ice and other threats
Miyagi Prefecture and Ohiramura local government formalize location for technologically-advanced CIS solar module factory
Strong Footprint in World's Leading Solar Markets Forms Backbone to Continued Success of Chinese Producer Yingli
Yingli was the No. 1 producer in both China and Germany, second in the U.S., and ninth in Japan, as shown in the attached figure depicting shipments for the first three quarters of last year.
As the State of the Union Address Approaches, CEOs, Energy Experts & Civil Society Leaders Present White House with 200 Ideas for Presidential Action to Curb Climate Change with a Clean Energy Economy
Honoring ABB's commitment to drive innovation, energy efficiency and renewable energy
China imposes final duties on U.S. polysilicon imports while subsidizing its own state-owned domestic industry
Bosch is set to pay SolarWorld some €130m in order to acquire the majority of its German solar operations. The firm will continue to employ the majority of the personnel in Arnstadt, in the german state of Thuringia, the Wall Street Journal reported citing people familiar with the agreement. Expected to close next month, the deal was agreed in late November but the balance due to SolarWorld will be due later, and could be under €130m if operations in Arnstadt take a turn for the better. In exchange, SolarWorld will be unable to use the Arnstadt assets as debt collateral for several years – a move by Bosch that will prevent the operations in Arnstadt from falling into the hands of SolarWorld’s creditors. SolarWorld is currently highly indebted and is planning a financial restructuring in February, with plans to offer investors new shares in place of 55 per cent of the company’s liabilities.
Mercom Capital Group, llc, a global clean energy communications and consulting firm, released its report on funding and mergers and acquisitions (M&A) activity for the smart grid sector for 2013.
SuperGreen Solutions brings green tech and know-how to the masses.
CCAT, Connecticut Hydrogen Fuel Cell Coalition, and Northeast Electrochemical Energy Storage Cluster organize and support the briefing on the technical and economic viability of hydrogen and fuel cell technology.
With the current uncertainty of the PTC and many wind-farms aging, the wind industry is shifting its focus from putting new towers in the ground to maintaining existing fleets through structured management programs.
Trimark Associates Deploys Lufft Weather Stations for Meteorological Data Monitoring at 200 MW Imperial Valley Solar 1 Project
Lufft USA Provides Meteorological Monitoring Technology for One of the Largest Solar Farms in the U.S. - Test Units Available to Industry and Government Upon Request By Calling 1-888-519-8443
Baker Electric Solar announced that it can now offer its customers a new solar canopy. The canopy generates clean, renewable energy while serving as an aesthetically pleasing outdoor living and entertainment pavilion.
Stonehill College is expected to complete one of the nation's largest solar installations on a college campus early this year. The 15-acre solar field array made up of 9,000 panels will generate 20 percent of Stonehill's annual electrical usage.
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