2nd Biomass Trade & Power Europe Draws Fresh Panelists & Key Insights for Copenhagen Return in February 2017
Biomass buyers and sellers convene at Centre for Management Technology's 2nd Biomass Trade & Power Europe in Copenhagen on 13-14 February to deliberate on demand and supply dynamics of biomass pellets and chips in Scandinavia amidst Europe's overcapacities and price drops.
New DOE reports: Enhanced national security, billions a year for consumers, possible with improved transmission infrastructure
Following DOE's second installment of the Quadrennial Energy Review (QER) released last Friday, the lesser-noticed DOE study released today reinforces the QER's findings by putting hard numbers on the benefits new transmission provides American consumers.
Scientists at the U.S. Department of Energy's National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) developed a method which boosts the longevity of high-efficiency photocathodes in photoelectrochemical water-splitting devices.
Integrated Water Management Summit to address current and future water challenges in the Middle East
The Integrated Water Management Summit will serve as a platform for water bodies in the region to discuss regulations, water management strategies and emerging technologies in water desalination and wastewater treatment.
Solar module prices continue to drop this week, but the scope is relatively limited in comparison to previous weeks. Although solar panel sectors continue to struggle with oversupply, the thinning trading in EU and US during holiday season, the stabilized solar panel prices in China, and the tempered pace of strong dollar have all resulted to a limited drop of module prices this week. Because the solar panel prices in EU and US had experienced sharp reduction, due to the fierce competition before the year-end of 2016, the descent of solar panel prices in these regions have seem to be relieved temporarily this week. Moreover, although solar panel prices in these regions remain depressed, a lull in trading from the holidays has led the prices to be less volatile. Meanwhile, solar panel prices in China remain firm this week thanks to the solid domestic demand.
Senator Brian Feldman and Delegate Bill Frick, sponsors of the Maryland Clean Energy Jobs Act, joined with other state lawmakers, business leaders, and advocates, calling for a veto override today at the Maryland State House.
AcuRite Announces the AcuRite® Atlas™ Family of Environmental Monitoring Solutions with UV Monitoring and Lightning Detection
The New AcuRite® Atlas™ and AcuRite® Atlas Elite™ Deliver Reliable, Intuitive Tools that Empower Consumers to Analyze Conditions, Better Understand Their Environments, and Ultimately Protect Their Families and Valuable Property
World Smart Energy Week 2017, is organized by Reed Exhibitions Japan bringing 1,570 exhibitors including 9 renewable energy shows- Hydrogen & Fuel Cell Expo, Int'l Photovoltaic Power Generation Expo,Photovoltaic Power Generation Expo, BATTERY JAPAN- 8th Int'l Rechargeable Battery Expo, SMART GRID EXPO, WIND EXPO 2017- Wind Energy Expo & Conference, ENERGY MARKET LIBERALISATION EXPO, BIOMASS EXPO and THERMAL POWER EXPO-1st Next-generation Thermal Power Generation Expo.
Ballard Power Systems (NASDAQ: BLDP; TSX: BLDP) today announced that it is the first fuel cell company to power buses for more than 10 million cumulative kilometers (6.2 million miles) of revenue service, equivalent to circling the Earth 250 times at the equator.
Viridity Energy, Inc., a leading demand response, demand management, and battery storage solutions provider, announced today that Ormat Technologies, a global geothermal and renewable energy company that has over five decades of experience, has signed a definitive agreement to acquire substantially all of Viridity's business and assets in a cash transaction.
New advisory council under Solar Energy Industries Association to focus on improving access to capital
Latest Solar Panel Innovations from Boviet Solar USA Include New Mono and Poly Modules, PERC Modules, and New Quick Install Modules with Built-In Racking
Solar panels lead losses in supply chain this week as serious competition added to the mounting price tension in the regional solar markets. Amid the expanded capacity in SEA, top tier Asian solar panel makers can gain access to the US market without high tariff rates and are offering strategic price reductions in order to compete with the western rivals and tier-1 Chinese manufacturers for more market shares. Recently, Hanwha Q-cell has been the dominant player that fuels price competition over major solar markets in EU, Japan and most noticeably in the US. Therefore, as Chinese module makers are also forced to join the price war, solar panel prices in these regions are further driven down by such competition. Moreover, solar panel prices in EU and US are further pressured due to thinning trading ahead of the year-end holiday period.
Concentrating Solar Power Now Available for Homes and Businesses
Ballard Power Systems (NASDAQ: BLDP; TSX:BLD) today has provided an update regarding significant progress being made toward the establishment and commissioning of an FCvelocity®-9SSL fuel cell stack production operation in the City of Yunfu, in Guangdong Province, China.
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