The construction of the system, took just 10 weeks and created the equivalent of 75 full-time local jobs.
WasteECo-2013 presents full line of technologies, equipment and service in the field of solid waste, wastewater and atmospheric emissions management, including recycling, waste to energy, landfills, biogas, municipal, industrial and storm waters, off-line sewage, WWTP sludge, air pollution, etc.
The wind turbine market suffers from manufacturing overcapacity, falling subsidies, and uncertainty in some wind power sectors.
Commissioning ceremony celebrates the union of American-made solar, agriculture
Evance R9000, Eveready Kestrel e400nb join Skystream 3.7 and Bergey Excel 10 in reaching full SWCC certification, four others provisionally certified
Solar Photovoltaic (PV) Industry Comes Together to Gain Insights and Share Ideas
More profitable building assessments for industry and Federal agency end-users
The 4th Annual BlueTech Forum on May 14th, 2013 in Amsterdam, the Netherlands, will feature panels covering a range of water industry topics, bringing moderators and speakers from reputable organizations together for discussion.
Over 350 Exhibitors to be exhibited over a space of 35000sqmts Global participation from 20 countries Over 20000 Trade visitors expected Showcasing Glaring absence of HVAC equipment in over 12 Crore Indian homes
TrendForce;Efficiency improvement remains the key, Metal Wrap Through (MWT) technology ready to take
According to EnergyTrend, a research division of TrendForce, MWT technology has been generally appreciated by related industries; it is possible that the mass production stage takes place in 2013.
North State Solar Energy Installs Microinverters That Will Power Drying and Storage of More Than 50,000 Tons of California Rice
SMU's renowned Geothermal Lab will host its Geothermal Energy Utilization Conference March 12-14 on the SMU campus in Dallas. The conference will advance the understanding of technology that allows the production of emission-free energy while extending the life of an oil or gas field.
The UK could lose billions of pounds and thousands of jobs in the solar industry if the EU imposes tariffs on cheap imported panels from China, a report has claimed. The European commission is investigating if solar panels coming into Europe from China are being sold below market value – known as "dumping" – and benefiting from unfair Chinese government subsidies. The move by the commission, instigated last year, is the largest of its kind, with solar panels and key components worth more than £18bn exported from China to the EU in 2011. It followed complaints from European solar manufacturers and could lead to anti-dumping and anti-subsidy duties being imposed on Chinese-made panels to stop the cheap imports harming Europe's domestic industry. But a report published on Tuesday suggests imposing any level of tariff would hit the EU economy and jobs would be lost, as the move would push up photovoltaic panel prices and reduce the installation of the green electricity technology.
IT Power is pleased to announce a new project that has been awarded a £1.5million grant from the UK's Technology Strategy Board to deliver a low cost installation vessel for the tidal energy sector.
A new report has been released by UK based marine energy consulting and engineering firm IT Power Limited, to help new companies assess the UK tidal energy market and understand how to develop a project in UK waters
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