TCI Procures Harmonic Filter Mitigation Contract - Crescent Dunes

TCI will provide H5 Active Harmonic Filters to meet utility IEEE-519 requirements. The H5 units will provide clean power back on to the utility grid and allow the utility to provide clean power to its customer base.

Growing Opportunities For Ballard Engineering Services

Fuel cell product developers can leverage Ballard's high level of competency in a range of specialized fuel cell activities, with the Ballard team providing tools and technologies for development, optimization, integration and validation of fuel cell components, stacks and systems.

Eland Cables Responds to Increased Solar Demand

As a leading international cable supplier, Eland Cables recognises the rapid development of the Solar Market. As such, they have procured the necessary cable range and industry expertise to offer solar installers a highly competitive solar package.

RGR Marketing Launches New Site Focused on Solar Power and Solar Power Panel Dealers

New site helps people find solar power panel dealers in their area

Integrated Electrical Services and MISCOR Group Announce Signing of Merger Agreement

"We believe MISCOR's electromechanical service offerings are an excellent strategic complement to our existing Industrial business"

BioSolar Receives First Commercial Order

Company to supply BioBacksheet for the manufacture of specialty PV panels for electric utility vehicles, U.S. military applications and various mobile applications

Advanced Batteries for Utility-Scale Applications in Asia Pacific Will Surpass 25 Gigawatts in Installed Capacity by 2022, Forecasts Pike Research

"Many of the countries across Asia Pacific have started to put forth innovative advanced battery technologies and different pathways to market"

Abengoa And BrightSource Energy Partner To Build The World's Two Largest Solar Power Towers

Two of the world's leading concentrating solar power (CSP) companies join to build the 500 megawatt (MW) Palen solar complex.

NextEnergy forum to help Michigan companies explore energy efficiency project financing

Citi Bank, Comerica, GM, Michigan Economic Development Corporation and others discuss funding models and opportunities for local businesses to become more energy efficient

SOLAR 2013 to Focus on German Policy Innovations Responsible for World Leadership in Solar

What can the US learn from Germany? Two veterans of the German renewable energy industry will be answer that question at the American Solar Energy Society (ASES) National Solar Conference in Baltimore, MD, April 16-20. Germany is moving rapidly towards a renewable energy economy and for years has been the world's top installer of photovoltaic systems.

SuperGreen Solutions Explodes With Seven New Locations

"One Stop Shopping" Concept For Energy Efficient Solutions Spreads Across Country

PermaCity First to Join New Panasonic and Coronal Management Alliance Program Aiming to Accelerate Solar PV Projects

Developers and EPCs in the Commercial, Industrial, Municipal and Small Utility (CIMSU) Markets Benefit with Support for Development, Project Financing, EPC and O&M Services

3TIER and Clean Electric Expand Partnership to Include Russia and Ukraine

Russia and Ukraine collectively have ambitious targets to add over 25GW of renewable energy capacity within the next 10 years.

SolarCity Powers Eight Barstow Unified School District Schools and Facilities with Solar Energy

1.5 MW Project Expected to Save School District $112,000 in Energy Costs in First Year, $5.3 Million Over Next 20 Years

SCHLETTER KICKS OFF ROADSHOW WITH COMPLEMENTARY OPEN HOUSE AND TRAINING EVENT IN TUCSON, ARIZONA

Schletter will host an Open House and Training at the company's facility in Tucson, Arizona on March 28, 2013. This event will also serve as the kick-off for the company's nationwide Roadshow.

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