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RESNICK SUSTAINABILITY INSTITUTE SCIENTIST HONORED WITH AN ENI AWARD IN RENEWABLE AND NON-CONVENTIONAL ENERGY FOR SECOND YEAR
Underscores Institute's Commitment to Creatively Bring Together Diverse Fields for Transformative Science
CEC Celebrates Groundbreaking of Summit County's First Community-Owned Solar Garden
First Project on University of Florida Housing Offers 4.4%* Return
Verizon Adds Bloom Energy Fuel Cell Systems to Green Energy Project at Three Company Facilities in California
Systems Will Contribute to On-Site Generation of More Than 90 Million Kilowatt Hours of Clean Energy Through Fuel Cell and Solar Systems at 19 Company Locations in 7 States
Facility Management Program Addresses Need to Sustainably Update our Country's New and Old Buildings
New Program Launches in June with Subject Matter from the International Facility Management Association
The European Union announced Tuesday that it is imposing anti-dumping levies on imports of Chinese solar panels, in a move that could trigger a trade war between two of the world's largest economies. EU Trade Commissioner Karel De Gucht said the 27-nation bloc will impose a tariff of about 12% on the import of solar panels, cells and wafers from this week, increasing it to an average of 47% in August unless a settlement is reached with China in the next 60 days. China, the world's largest producer of solar panels, is accused by the EU of selling them below-cost — a tactic known as dumping — to corner the market. Its exports of solar panels to Europe totaled 21 billion euros in 2011. The cheap Chinese products are flooding the market and threaten to bring down EU manufacturers, De Gucht told journalists in Brussels. According to EU calculations, a fair sale price for Chinese solar panels should 88% higher than what they are currently being sold for.
2G's hydrogen CHP cogeneration systems reduce CO2 emissions to near zero.
PROINSO and ALECOP have signed a cooperation agreement to start e-learning activities in the PROINSO SOLAR TRAINING SCHOOL programme.
As innovations such as multi-junction cells with four and more junctions are developed for the concentrated photovoltaic industry, solar simulators will play a critical role in commercialization.
Photovoltaic specialist Soleos Solar is launching a new solar module in June
Senior participants from 35 countries from the Asia-Pacific region, including heads of governments and ministers, met in Vladivostok, Russia, from 27 to 30 May.
A strategy to accommodate high penetrations of distributed generation (DG) resources on utility distribution systems.
International experts in the offshore wind energy industry will meet from 4 to 6 June 2013 to talk about cost reduction, grid connection and financing.
Everblue and the International Green Energy Council partnered to help rebuild the homes of Hurricane Sandy victims in New Jersey.
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