As one of the largest U.S. suppliers of wind towers, Broadwind is pleased with the ITC's finding that the U.S. wind industry has been materially impacted by Chinese and Vietnamese imports sold at less than fair value.
Complementing Its High Power Semiconductors for Better System Efficiencies
SolarCity (IBS Booth N1155) Features the Net Zero' Home Concept at the 2013 NAHB International Builders Show in Las Vegas
Dan Rapp Holds 20 Years of Technology Experience In Leading U.S. Companies, Including FamilySearch, Whizbang! Labs, IBM, and Novell
Strategic Materials Advisory Council Urges CFIUS to Follow President's Mandate
The year 2012 proved to be an exciting one for ESA Renewables with many significant benchmarks including placing 25th on Solar Power World's 2012 Top 100 Solar Contractors.
Solar PV manufacturers need localized strategies to deal with contrasting supply and demand from China
SMA Solar Technology received almost one-third of the votes
November marks eighth consecutive monthly decrease year-over-year
ISH 2013: Press Agency Krampitz presents Study on Communication of Biomass, Solar and Wind-power com
The Press Agency Krampitz will be presenting its international study on public relations in the renewable energy sector at the ISH trade fair.
Researchers at CSP Today have completed work on the brand new guide focused on the CSP market in the United States.
As the wind industry in Europe has grown, so has the number of companies looking to capitalise on the aftercare market, especially as the number of new onshore wind turbine developments has slowed. While wind turbine manufacturers (OEMs) remain the dominant players in this field, independent service providers (ISPs) and other third party specialist have started to take a share of this business as wind turbine warranty agreements approach their expiry dates.
The threat that the U.S. Production Tax Credit would lapse on Dec. 31 prompted developers to complete as many projects as they could last month, the London-based research group said. A record 13.2 gigawatts of turbines were installed last year including 5.5 gigawatts in December, the most ever for a single month. Total wind capacity is about 60 gigawatts. “It’s clear that the economics, aided by the Production Tax Credit, drove wind growth in 2012,” said Amy Grace, lead analyst on wind in North America for New Energy Finance. “Capacity was built without any near-term state mandated demand. This means that in most areas, utilities are buying wind power because they want to, not because they have to.” The credit has been extended for a year to cover wind farms that start construction in 2013. Previously it only covered projects that started working by the expiration date.
Substantial price increase for 2nd grade polysilicon due to anticipation of Chinese polysilicon anti
Anticipation of the Chinese anti-dumping case against polysilicon import from US, Korea, and EU has stirred up 2nd grade polysilicon prices in China.
With Soitec's Plug and Sun CPV system deployed in Saudi Arabia and with a strong push for solar in the region, the slow but promising growth of Concentrated Photovoltaics underlines the importance of government support to nurture and grow CPV.
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