GE Blade Tour from Flensburg to Munich: Wind Turbine Blade of 60 Meters in Length Travels across Germany----- GE "Energiewende" Events Will be Held Together with the Technical Universities of the Destination Cities of Berlin and Munich
SEIA and the BlueGreen Alliance will collaborate on communication efforts, events, policy, and research activities promoting the growth of solar energy markets and jobs throughout the nation.
Supply schedule contract speeds SolarWorld solar panels and services to federal units
Cape Fear Solar Completes Two Hundred-Panel Solar System in Brunswick County
Energy Department, NREL Announce New Research Center to Boost Clean Energy Technologies on a Smarter Grid
First Industry Partner, Advanced Energy Industries, Begins Testing Next Generation Solar Inverters
Shaner Industries Will Introduce Its New MastFoundation & Rapid Installation System at Intersolar North America 2013
Intersolar North America on July 9-11, 2013 at the Moscone Center in San Francisco, CA.
Solar Impulse Plane Is Completing A Successful Trans-continental Flight
Although the market for small wind power systems has been in existence for 30 years, there are many signs that the industry is reaching a critical juncture. The past 18 months have seen a number of bankruptcies and acquisitions among small wind turbine manufacturers. Nevertheless, the overall opportunity for small wind power remains strong across a variety of applications in both developed and developing countries. According to a recent report from Navigant Research, the worldwide market for small wind systems will reach $723 million by 2018, with $3.3 billion in cumulative sales from 2013 through 2018. "Small wind is growing primarily as a result of state and national incentives, including a burgeoning market in the United Kingdom," says Dexter Gauntlett, research analyst with Navigant Research. "The question is: Can the small wind turbine industry grow to more than just a niche market, and attract the investment required to drive down costs? Given the precipitous price declines for solar photovoltaic modules, distributed solar PV is increasingly competitive with small wind."
An article about the need to put more emphasis on process engineering and scaling up renewable chemicals and biofuels as well as the need from a venture capital standpoint to treat exits differently.
SolarWorld Africa, together with its distribution partner African Technical Innovations supplied two grid-tied solar electricity systems to J.C. Bosman Boerdery, home of the successful vine nursery Lelienfontein Vine Growers as well as the Bosman Family Vineyards.
SolarWorld Africa, by way of its distribution partner Solek Renewable Energy Engineers, supplied a solar electricity system to the Mitchell's Plain District Hospital, one of the Western Cape's foremost community health care centres.
Leading UK biomass expert Rural Energy launches a programme of free events, providing advice and insight into the technology, and information on how businesses can benefit from biomass boiler technology.
On May 27, 2013, SGS was awarded a contract to conduct on-site owner's engineer and construction supervision services for the wind farm construction in Obrovac, Croatia.
AEG Power Solutions Launches Compact 880 kVA Central Solar Inverter for Utility-Scale Applications in Harsh Outdoor Environments
Its integrated power stack PV core enables an input DC voltage of up to 1,000 V and peak efficiencies of 98.7%
Panasonic Eco Solutions Canada to Design and Install Two Rooftop Solar PV Systems for the Municipality of Central Huron
The projects will use a total of more than 2,000 Panasonic Ontario-made solar panels and the system is expected to generate more than 800 MWh (megawatt hours) annually. Both solar PV systems are scheduled to be constructed by fall 2013.
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