Electric Go Kart Tops 50 MPH, Wins Electric Vehicle Grand Prix

The go kart's battery—the key to the vehicle's outstanding performance—was constructed using 1200 lithium-ion cells.

SolarReserve Receives ‘Industry Choice' Award for Advancing the Concentrated Solar Power Industry

SolarReserve recognized by its peers as the company that has most advanced the CSP industry's reputation and development at the CSP Today USA 2012 industry conference

Anderson Power Products to Showcase Solar SPEC Pak® at Intersolar North America

First multi-pin connector to meet the photovoltaic industry requirements in UL 6703A

OPDE Group welcomes government delegation and businessmen from Thailand

• A delegation comprised of 25 government and industry representatives from Thailand visited the OPDE solar photovoltaic plant in Écija, Seville. • Their goal was to learn about the development and maintenance of the industrial group's big PV power plants.

China Officially Backs Voluntary RoHS Certification

When China published its ‘Administrative Measure on the Control of Pollution Caused by Electronic Information Products (EIPs)' in March 2007, it identified the labeling requirements and defined a list of restricted substances for electronics.

Clenergy's 38MW project in California, USA completed

The 38 megawatt project, which is a large scale ground-mounted PV project based in California of USA, has been successfully completed this April with Clenergy's outstanding PV-ezRack SolarTerrace II ground mounting system.

Global Biogas Market to Nearly Double in Size to $33 Billion by 2022

The market for biogas sits at the confluence of a number of forces, including increasing demand for distributed generation, tightening environmental regulations, and accelerating buildout of infrastructure for natural gas powered vehicles.

Zero Waste Cities - Are they possible?

Twenty years ago Maurice Strong, the secretary-general of the United Nations' first Earth Summit in Rio de Janeiro, declared that if our planet was to remain a hospitable and sustainable home for humans, the battle would be won or lost in major urban areas.

Biomass Thermal Energy Council Applauds Senator Bingaman for Action on Renewable Heating

Senator Bingaman introduces bipartisan legislation to provide incentives for high-efficiency biomass heating systems in commercial and industrial installations

Texas State Senator José Rodríguez Discusses Solar Trends at TREIA Policy Luncheon

Renewable Energy can help assure Generation Adequacy - Texas State Senator José Rodríguez spoke at TREIA's June Policy Luncheon on the role renewable energy development can play in the Texas energy mix. He discussed net metering and the importance of delivering reliable energy to meet peak demand.

National Geothermal Academy underway at University of Nevada, Reno

Courses aim to educate and train future scientists, engineers and researchers

Solar Energy Industries Association® Responds to Abound Solar Announcement

Solar is one of the fastest growing industries in the United States, employing more than 100,000 Americans across all fifty states.

A consortium made up of SENER, Acciona, TSK and Crowie to build a 50 MW thermosolar plant in South Africa

The Bokpoort power plant, estimated to cost €300 million, will have over 100 km of SENERtrough® parabolic troughs and will employ a nine hour molten salt heat storage system

No Costly On-site Fabrication, Large Cranes or Special Tools Needed for Schletter's New, All-Steel PV Mounting System

Schletter's FS ECO™ is an all-steel ground mounted system, based on the company's renowned FS System™. The new system incorporates decades of engineering expertise to create a dynamic, cost-effective steel mounting system for improved bankability and risk management.

Manufacturer of thin film modules Calyxo from Saxony-Anhalt is reducing its costs and increasing its levels of effectiveness

Increasing levels of effectiveness of the modules, competitively priced complete solutions and innovative manufacturing technology

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