Trylon Launches the Solarshield™ Service Network to Support Satcon Install Base

Company Expands Operations to Provide Best in Class Service and Support for Solar Sites Utilizing Satcon Inverters in the Western US

DATC Announces Public Open Houses for Zephyr Power Transmission Project

850-mile transmission line that would deliver wind energy generated in eastern Wyoming to population centers in the southwestern U.S.

Geronimo Energy Acquires Midwest Wind Energy's Development Portfolio

Continues its growth through strategic acquisition of projects and expertise

Linzer Products Corporation Reduces Energy Costs with Mitsubishi Electric Photovoltaic System

The system is estimated to produce 920 MWh of electricity per year.

Record output and record investment for Scotland's renewable industry

Investment in Scotland's renewables energy industry has doubled in 2012 to more than £1.5bn, new figures have shown.

This Company Is Kickstarter for Solar Power

Here's how Mosaic works: Investors contribute a minimum of $25 to a project. Over the next 5 to 10 years—depending on the project—the investors will make that money back, plus interest. The return on the investment ranges from 4.5 to 6.4 percent annually, depending on the project. They can support projects in any state, but right now only accredited investors and people in New York and California can invest in the projects, due to regulatory barriers in other states. In order to qualify, projects must be for organizations that are financially stable, have adequate insurance, and benefit the wider community in some way. Recent projects include affordable housing projects, a convention center, several nonprofits, a grocery store, and a Native American reservation. Mosaic's founders want to do for solar energy what Kickstarter has done for bands and independent films, or what Kiva has done for upstart projects in the developing world. But Mosaic's model goes beyond most other crowdsourcing sites, by not only allowing supporters to invest in the solar project but also make a profit doing so.

Twenty-seven new hydrogen refuelling stations worldwide in 2012

Twenty-seven new hydrogen refuelling stations opened throughout the world in 2012, bringing the total number of hydrogen refuelling stations in operation to 208 as at March 2013. This is the result of the fifth annual assessment by H2stations.org, a website of Ludwig-Bölkow-Systemtechnik (LBST) and TÜV SÜD.

Wind Industry Rallies to Celebrate First Small Wind Month in June

Increased Interest and Demand for Clean Energy Solutions Drives Summer of Conferences

Schletter Commercial and Utility-Scale Solar Roadshow Travels to California

Schletter's second-annual Solar Roadshow, which focuses on commercial and utility-scale solar applications, will make three stops in California before April 9, at Innotech Solar, REFUsol, and KACO new energy.

SAKOR TECHNOLOGIES, INC. AWARDED CONTRACT BY LOCKHEED MARTIN TO SUPPLY TEST SYSTEMS FOR NOAA WEATHER SATELLITE

Integrated system will test satellite motors and drive mechanisms controlling solar arrays

sun2liveTM rooftop project by The meeco Group in Lahore, Pakistan

42.24 kWp rooftop installation at one of Pakistan's top universities completed

Demand for 3D Optical Film Rises as Passive 3D TV Competes with Shutter Glass, According to NPD DisplaySearch

Shipments of 3D patterned retarder optical film for LCD TV estimated to increase 104% Y/Y in Q4'12

Solar Frontier to Restart Miyazaki No.2 Plant, Considering New Products

Solar Frontier to start up plant in Kiyotakecho, Miyazaki, Japan, in July

Trojan Battery Hosts Webinars to Expand Knowledge Of Deep-Cycle Batteries for Renewable Energy and Backup Power Applications

Providing in-depth information focusing on a variety of battery topics for renewable energy and backup power applications.

Solar and Wind to Push Global Renewable Energy Share to 36% by 2020

The solar PV sector has expanded massively in recent years

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Professional weather sensors form the heart of large solar plants supporting their operation and performance. Lufft was the first manufacturer to combine several sensors in one housing, bringing the largest multiparameter weather sensor family with 19 members into being. Many of them are well-suited for solar site assessment and continuous monitoring. The most commonly used one is the WS600 delivering data on temperature, air pressure, wind, relative humidity and precipitation. Through its open protocol, it can easily be attached to radiation sensors e.g. from Kipp&Zonen. Other models have an integrated Silicon, Second Class or Secondary Standard radiation sensor.