Value added: Increasing the returns for CPV beyond profitability

In just over a week, utilities, investors, system manufacturers and suppliers will be meeting at CPV International (21-22 March, Madrid) 2013.

Morgan Ceramics launches new high power RF capacitor range

New series of high power radio frequency (RF) capacitors minimize the impact of temperature upon their performance.

American wind power now generates over 10 percent of electricity in nine states

In Iowa and South Dakota, wind energy is more than one-fifth of total energy production

"CELLULOSIC ETHANOL IS READY: THE BIOBASED WORLD PREPARES FOR THE NEXT GENERATION OF ADVANCED FUELS AND CHEMICALS TO COME ONLINE"

GREEN POWER CONFERENCES PROVIDING A LEADING PLATFORM TO THE INDUSTRY FOR ITS CONTINUED EFFORTS IN MAKING COMMERCIAL SCALE PRODUCTION A REALITY

New Energy Husum 2013 presents its comprehensive congress programme

From 21 to 24 March 2013, Messe Husum & Congress will be presenting a wide variety of congress events in its NordseeCongressCentrum that will be dealing with the latest renewable energy topics.

Ballard ClearGen™ Clean Energy Fuel Cell System To Be Deployed In China By Azure Hydrogen

Ballard Power Systems has announced the sale of a 175 kilowatt (kW) ClearGen™ distributed generation fuel cell system to Azure Hydrogen Energy Science and Technology Corporation of Beijing, China (Azure).

China's Suntech to close its only U.S. solar panel plant

China-based Suntech Power Holdings Co Ltd said it would close its only solar panel-making plant in the United States to cut costs, two years after opening the facility that never reached full production. Shares of the company, struggling to cover a convertible bond due this Friday, fell 9 percent to $1.05, their lowest in more than two months. Suntech opened the plant in Goodyear, Arizona in September 2010, saying that making panels in the United States would reduce time, costs and greenhouse gas emissions related to sourcing panels from overseas. The plant, however, has been weighed down by U.S. import tariffs on solar cells and aluminum frames as well as a global panel oversupply. Suntech is required to pay duties of 35.97 percent on solar cells imported from China and used in the plant, the company said on Tuesday. The plant, originally expected to scale up to 120 megawatts (MW) per year, was scaled down to 15 MW in November. The closure, slated for April 3, will affect 43 employees, the company said. Suntech had 17,693 employees as of December 2011, the latest period for which job data is available.

UC San Diego Leads the Way for Solar Power

Sullivan Solar Power to install 784,000 watts of additional solar power on campus

Solar America Looks toward Mexico and Central America as Next Hot Spot for Solar Projects

Less than one percent of Mexico's land area would need to be developed to power the entire nation.

Upsolar's Smart Modules Selected by Pristine Sun for 10 MW Deal

Smart Modules will power California solar farms

2012 Marks Record Year for Global Solar, Wind, and Biofuels Deployment

Clean Edge's Annual Trends Report Finds Increased Deployment, But Global Market Value Increases Only Slightly, Up 1 Percent, to $249 Billion

Siemens opens world's largest wind turbine R&D test facilities

2013 marks the 25th anniversary of Siemens Wind Power's Test and Measurement Department

Cellulosic ethanol heads for cost-competitiveness by 2016

The cost of enzymes, pre-treatment and fermentation have fallen significantly, but cellulosic biofuels still have some way to go to reduce project capital expenditure if they are to be competitive with corn-based ethanol and with gasoline

DEGER supplies 48 tracking systems free of concrete foundation for new solar park in Greece

Greek installation partner is GreenTop S.A. relies on MLD technology

Creotecc Solar Mounting Systems Receives UL 2703 Recognition

Creotecc is currently in phase two testing with UL for an innovative, new module grounding solution.

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