According to TrendForce, from what the Czech government is trying to do now – cancel PV subsidy and set the ceiling price, it shows that the potential financial burden and increasing power price have become serious issues for the Czech government.
Intertek Partners with PlugVolt to Deliver Educational Programs for Advancement of Energy Storage Technologies
The PlugVolt Battery Seminar hosted at Intertek's world-class Metro Detroit testing laboratory attracted top battery manufacturers and energy storage professionals from across the United States.
Fit Solar chooses KB Racking's AeroRack mounting system for three solar installations in Toronto, Ontario. The companies plan on building another project together before the end of the year.
Companies Combine Efforts to Energize Local Businesses
Genscape Estimates In-Service Date for Keystone Gulf Coast Pipeline will be Pushed to Q1 2014; Lag in Construction Detected During Monthly Aerial Photography Expedition
Genscape's August 18 flyover reveals exposed pipe at ROW & uncompleted tank capacity & connections at Cushing
A timely transmission grid expansion is important for the future electricity supply based on renewable energies.
Increasing demand of lightweight materials with efficient properties had been driving the growth of composite materials in wind energy market. Composite materials consumption in wind energy market is forecasted to reach US $4.3 billion by 2018 with a high growth rate over the next five years.
REPORT: 38,600 CLEAN ENERGY, TRANSPORTATION JOBS ANNOUNCED IN Q2; NEW WEB SITE TRACKS JOB GROWTH BY STATE, SECTOR
Top 10 States for Clean Energy Job Announcements in Q2 2013: Alaska, California, Hawaii, Illinois, Kansas, Maryland, Missouri, Nevada, Oregon, Texas
Mosaic & Pristine Sun partnership expands solar investment opportunities
EY's latest quarterly Renewable energy country attractiveness index (RECAI) report, released today.
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Chinese solar-panel makers received subsidies, a European Union investigation showed, increasing the likelihood of EU tariffs on imports of the renewable-energy technology from China to counter trade-distorting government aid. The European Commission has concluded in a probe opened last November that Chinese manufacturers of crystalline silicon photovoltaic modules or panels, and cells and wafers used in them, benefited from preferential lending, tax programs and other aid, an EU official said today in Brussels. The inquiry is one of two that the commission is conducting into alleged unfair Chinese trade in solar goods -- the biggest EU commercial fight of its kind. The commission, the 28-nation EU’s regulatory arm, on Aug. 2 approved an agreement with China to curb Chinese shipments of solar panels as part of a parallel probe into below-cost sales, a practice known as dumping. The accord, which took effect Aug. 6, sets a minimum price and a volume limit on EU imports of Chinese solar panels until the end of 2015. Chinese manufacturers that take part are being spared provisional EU anti-dumping duties as high as 67.9 percent.
Representatives of the national government, the Industrial Development Corporation (IDC) and the local community attended flag raising event to commemorate the milestone.
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