Munich, 29 November 2011. On June 13, 2012, Intersolar Europe - the world's largest exhibition for the solar industry – once again opens its doors at the Munich New Trade Fair Centre in Germany. Exhibitor registrations are already flooding in and the preparations are in full swing.
Soitec to provide green energy to the United Nations' COP17 climate change conference with South Africa's first CPV solar plant
The 500 kW solar-energy facility, which will power the COP17 global gathering, will be officially inaugurated by South African President Dr. Jacob. G. Zuma on December 4.
Energy Experts discuss key levers for reducing global carbon footprint at Global Energy Conversation
Energy experts and online participants from around the world discussed solutions to energy challenges over the next 40 years at Economist Conferences Global Energy Conversation: Part II
Solar Canada 2011 -- DEGERenergie: New energy converter offers increased safety, easier installation and higher efficiency
Horb am Neckar, Germany, November 2011. At this year's Solar Canada, taking place in Toronto December 5 and 6, DEGERenergie will introduce its new EK-6 energy converter. The new model offers a multitude of improvements, making operation and installation easier as well as increasing safety. With more than 45,000 systems installed worldwide, DEGERenergie is the global market leader for solar tracking systems.
OPEL Technologies Inc., a leading global supplier of high concentration photovoltaic solar panels and solar tracker systems and a semiconductor device and process developer, announces it has secured a line of credit for $5 million from Silicon Valley Bank in Massachusetts.
Intersolar China Beijing, December 7–9, 2011 -- INTERSOLAR CHINA 2011: TAILOR-MADE EXHIBITION RANGE FOR THE MOST PROMISING MARKETS WORLDWIDE
Freiburg/Pforzheim, Germany and Beijing, China, 25 November 2011 – The latest fig-ures point to significant growth in the Chinese solar market, underlining the ever more important role it plays in the global solar industry. The international role of the Chinese companies that are now active in many markets across the globe has also grown. Inter-solar China, which is set to take place from December 7–9 in Beijing, offers tailored in-formation for Chinese and international exhibitors and visitors alike, shedding light on the development of markets and technologies in the industry.
Natural Power's Product Innovation business ZephIR, which provides the industry leading CW lidar system ZephIR 300, has achieved ISO 9001:2008 certification, awarded by BM TRADA.
South-East European Conference & Exhibition Waste Management, Recycling & Environment
Online registration draws to a close as SOLAR THERMAL '11 National Solar Heating and Cooling Conference draws near
re-consult, part of the Natural Power group, has been awarded a positive decision to its application for accreditation as a Designated Operational Entity (DOE) for the international carbon market
Natural Power has successfully won the Safety Excellence Award this month, awarded by E.ON Climate & Renewables at the utilities' Operational Safety Day.
In July 2011, SGS was assigned a contract to perform quality control services of wind towers for Sany Group, a heavy construction equipment manufacturer, in China.
One bright light in our less than brilliant economy is the unprecedented growth in the LED technology sector. Green Lantern Industries, a leader in commercial LED lighting, reports an astonishing 108% market growth in 2010 fueled by the adoption of LED backlighting technology in flat screen TVs.
GEM Inc. and Capstone Turbine Corporation receive International Award for Hybrid MicroTurbine System
GEM Inc., of Walbridge, OH, and Capstone Turbine Corp. of Los Angeles, have received the 2011 International NOVA Award from the Construction Innovation Forum for micro-turbine technology at Syracuse University's green data center -- one of the world's most energy-efficient data centers.
November 25, 2011Toronto, Ontario. The fastest growing solar market in the world is on pause as the Ontario government invites input from stakeholders on its two-year old Feed-in-Tariff (FIT) program. Half way through the six-week FIT Program Review initiated by the new Minister of Energy, Chris Bentley, Ontario Solar Network is bringing industry stakeholders together for a special Town Hall Meeting on Monday, November 28, 7:00-9:00 PM at University of Toronto's OISE Auditorium, 252 Bloor Street West. The event is free and advanced registration is recommended.
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