TÜV SÜD at Intersolar Europe: more certainty for operating performance and yields of pv power plants
TÜV SÜD has developed a certification process for systems used to monitor the operating performance of PV power plants. The Czech manufacturer, Domat Control System, was the first company in the world to be certified. TÜV SÜD will bei at Intersolar Europe 2013 in Munich, hall A 3, stand 356.
Integrated products will boost system performance for all types of PV installations
Affordable wind energy financing options now available for US based residential, agricultural and commercial properties, backed by national track record, advanced wind analysis technology
Ohio Brick Manufacturer adds solar to hedge against cost increases; clean energy investment with amazing pay-off time and return on investment
Demand for Company's DC/DC Converter Technology Feeds Large-scale PV Project Pipeline
GreenLancer.com, a Detroit-based clean energy technology company, today announced the launch of a proprietary e-commerce platform where contractors can order the engineering documents needed to quickly develop solar energy projects.
PV Insider confirm Amonix and Solaria to present on free online webinar covering CPV's viability and prospects in 2013 and beyond.
Cooperation between SolarEdge, PV module manufacturer ReneSola and Via Solis provides intelligent and optimized modules to Europe.
Alternative energy has been a hot button issue for the last 50 year's and investors have always found a way to play this heated market. In the last decade, there has been the launch of a number of ETFs that offer a specialized basket of products for alternative energy exposure, with 12 of these funds still in operation today. Below we outline two green energy ETFs that have been battling for investor attention since inception: Powershares WilderHill Clean Energy Portfolio ( PBW, A ) and Guggenheim Solar ETF ( TAN, C+ ). Holding between $172 million and $107 million in total assets under management each, these funds are easily the largest green energy funds currently on the market. PBW holds a mix of companies that are focused on greener and generally renewable sources of energy, as well as technologies that facilitate cleaner energy. TAN, on the other hand, is aimed specifically at the solar power industry, investing in companies that produce equipment, fabricate solar panels, or provide a direct service to this market. Newer to the market, TAN started trading in spring 2008, while PBW was already three years into the market. Both funds were hammered in the years following the financial crash, with record outflows in PBW while TAN saw its first few years since inception with negative returns. A number of funds closed during this three-year window, but it is a testament to these funds that they were able to remain in operation. While alternative energy ETFs have had a difficult few years, with the markets coming out of their long-term lull, these ETFs have seen a massive influx of funding and returns. Alternative energy is moving back into the spotlight as economies around the world stabilize, and investors should see this strong trend continue as long as the market remains on track. Full Article and images:
The Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences (SLU) in collaboration with the Swedish research company Energidalen AB conducted a study to determine the quality of moisture measurement with the system of INADCO Moisture Measurement
Eltek THEIA™ HE Enhanced Performance Solar Inverters and New Solar Energy Storage System to be Showcased at Intersolar Munich 2013
Solar energy system helps solar producers with self-consumption to enable less reliance on traditional utility companies
New commercial installer tools, trainings and dedicated resources now available in France, Benelux, Switzerland and United Kingdom
Outstanding Test Results for YGE 60 Cell Series and PANDA Modules
Company's Continuing Work on Its Breakthrough Product Results in an Enhanced Version That Yields More Electricity per Dollar
Vienna's historic Opera House will save electricity with solar energy
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