R&D facility to leverage US Navy's Crane Naval Center in the research and development of independent solar charging stations for electric vehicles.
The European Union (EU) is moving ahead with tariffs on imported Chinese solar panels in an effort to protect its own module makers. European Commission (EC) Trade Head Karel De Gucht will recommend the EC impose anti-dumping (AD) charges similar to those imposed last year by the U.S., according to Reuters. The tariffs will average 47.6 percent for most of the 100-plus Chinese manufacturers found by the EC to have been involved in the dumping but will vary by the extent of the manufacturer’s dumping and the extent of their cooperation with the EC’s investigation, according to the Wall Street Journal, which reviewed the preliminary document. Suntech Power Holdings (NYSE:STP) and its subsidiaries will be charged tariffs of 48.6 percent, LDK Solar (NYSE: LDK) will pay 55.9 percent, Trina Solar (NYSE:TSL) will pay 51.5 percent, and JinkoSolar (NYSE:JKS) will pay tariffs of 58.7 percent, WSJ reported. Companies that did not cooperate with the EC investigation will pay a tariff of 67.9%. The investigation covered EU imports of crystalline silicon photovoltaic (PV) panels, cells, and wafers valued at $27.6 billion in 2011, which amounted to more than half the global PV market, according to Bloomberg. The Chinese companies, Bloomberg added, owned almost no global PV market share in 2004 but controlled 80 percent of the global market by 2011.
Postcode Lottery Green Challenge is offering green sustainable entrepreneurs the chance to secure £430,000 for a green innovative idea that helps reduce greenhouse emissions
The Colorado Cleantech Industry Association is a Key Stakeholder in Milestone Advanced Industries Acceleration Act
New Energy Discovery Boosts Performance of See-through Solar Cells, Able to Generate Electricity on Glass Windows
Generating electricity on glass windows is possible when New Energy researchers spray ultra-small, see-through solar cells on to glass surfaces.
American Resource and Energy Introduces Cost-Saving Structures and Power Systems for Remote Telecom Sites
Company to showcase innovations at CTIA 2013 in Las Vegas this month
SunPower Solar System Expected to Save Western Municipal Water District Millions Over the Next Two Decades
Up to $4.6 million over the next two decades
The modules are expected to be used for five PV power plants developed by CPI in Hebei Province and Qinghai Province in China.
Ford Selects AeroVironment to Provide Complete Home Charging Solution for Plug-In Electric Vehicle Customers
AeroVironment becomes Ford's sole provider of turnkey charging station installation, warranty service and onsite support---- A 240-volt charger will cut charge time by more than half for Ford plug-in vehicles: C-MAX Energi, Fusion Energi and Focus Electric---- One-day installation and cash-and-carry purchase of Ford branded charging stations now available
On May 2 2013, Greensafaris presented the eLandy, a fully electric Land rover to be used as safari vehicle for game drives. The eLandy is charged using solar-energy, doesn't have a noisy diesel engine and enables guests to experience the African bush in a silent, and more natural, way.
Hioki Launches New Photovoltaic Solar Power Measuring Instruments to Accurately Assess the Integrity of Solar Power Systems
Hioki E.E. Corporation releases the PV Power Verifier LR8400-92 and LR8400-93 for the photovoltaic solar power market.
Hareon Solar partners with SolarBridge Technologies to Develop AC Solar Modules for North America and Australia
DuPont Photovoltaic Solutions Leadership Highlights Growth, Innovation & Collaboration at SNEC 2013 China
Through its exhibit and a range of key speaking engagements, the company will highlight how materials can impact growth in the China solar market by improving the output power and durability of solar panels, lowering overall system costs.
The SNEC Expo has become one of the biggest international PV tradeshows
Schneider Electric provides electrical balance of systems for 48 MW of solar power plants in Thailand in 5 different locations
The Solar Business of Schneider Electric, a global leader in solutions for the solar power conversion chain recently distinguished as one of the Top 3 Most Competitively Positioned PV Inverter Companies by GTM Research, has been selected by Soleq Pte Ltd for 5 PV Power plants in Thailand amounting to 48 MW.
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