Scottish renewables industry boosts bird research

A new research fund to help better understand the interaction between wind farms and bird populations

Solar Industry Capital Spending Hits Seven-Year Low in 2013—but Signs of a Revival Appear

The anticipated fall will represent the lowest level of spending since $2.4 billion in 2006.

Exosun and Schneider Electric in partnership for the development of advanced solar technologies

This collaboration between two French leaders contributes to the development of tomorrow's photovoltaic solutions in an international market.

Conergy Maximizes Customer Benefits through Partnership with SMA

Conergy Customers to ave Increased Product Availability, Support and Training

EMCORE Awarded Solar Panel Manufacturing Contract by ATK for NASA's Green Propellant Infusion Mission

ATK will integrate EMCORE's solar panels into its heritage-designed solar arrays for final flight configuration for the GPIM satellite.

FRONIUS USA SOLAR ELECTRONICS DIVISION LAUNCHES NEW FRONIUS SERVICE PROGRAM

Program certifies PV installers to complete board-level replacements in the field

The Square Rigger turbine sets sail.

Revolutionary small wind turbine incorporates sail technology.----- New furling sails design captures high levels of energy from low wind speeds.

Solar Energy Industries Association and Electricity Storage Association Announce New Partnership

Under the new partnership, SEIA and ESA will collaborate on communication efforts, events and policy activities promoting solar energy and energy storage.

Proterra Adds Stockton, California, to List of Cities Operating its Zero-Emission All-Electric Buses

Latest addition is evidence of growing transit demand for lower total lifecycle cost, more sustainable buses

PVinsights : Solar component prices stabilize this week

In EU, the possible imposition of EU anti-dumping and countervailing duties has resulted in decreased module imports from China and growing demand for modules with Delivery Duty Paid (DDP) for avoidance of retroactive tariffs.

Leading Companies to Attend PV Guangzhou 2013

Yingli Solar, Hanergy, Canadian Solar and some leading companies have booked their booths at PV Guangzhou 2013.

ASEES Continues to Support PV Guangzhou 2013

Good news! ASEES (Sino-Spanish Association for Energy and Sustainability) continues to participate and promote the 5th Guangzhou International Solar Photovoltaic Exhibition as one of our supporting partners as last year.

U.S. and Europe Prepare to Settle Chinese Solar Panel Cases

The Obama administration and the European Union have each decided to negotiate settlements with China in the world’s largest antidumping and antisubsidy trade cases involving China’s roughly $30 billion a year in solar panel shipments to the West, officials and trade advisers in Beijing, Brussels and Washington said. The plan that is starting to take shape would essentially carve up the global solar panel market into a series of regional markets. It would sharply raise the price of solar panels exported from China, the world’s dominant producer, by requiring Chinese companies to charge more while limiting the total number of solar panels they could ship. In exchange, Chinese companies would no longer be charged steep taxes on their exports of solar panels. The United States is already collecting tariffs totaling about 30 percent while the European Union is expected to impose similar tariffs of about 50 percent on June 5, and may backdate them to March 5.

Ballard Engineering Services Program For Volkswagen Progressing Rapidly

"A collaborative working relationship has quickly developed between the Ballard and Volkswagen teams, permitting rapid progress in support of key program deliverables for fuel cell stack development"

ANDERSON POWER PRODUCTS INTRODUCES 340 AMP SB® 2/0 CONNECTOR

Anderson Power Products (APP) continues to search for ways to offer system designers increased power connections in compact formats!

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