EV Connect Helps Auto Dealers Tackle Obstacles to Selling Electric Vehicles with Launch of New Dealer EV Program and Focused Dealer Liaison Team

EV Connect is making it easier for dealerships to break through EV sales barriers and improve customer service

Falling Prices to Dampen Record PV Inverter Shipments in Q4'12

Shifts in demand for different types of inverter has also had an impact on inverter pricing.

DEK Solar shows the way to cost savings and process improvements

Significant cost savings and process improvements in the print process

Obama administration approves giant Wyoming wind farm project

Interior Secretary Ken Salazar on Tuesday authorized what he described as potentially the largest wind energy project in the United States, if not the world: A Wyoming wind farm with up to 1,000 turbines that would provide electricity to some 1 million homes. Roadwork and groundwork could begin next year for the Chokecherry and Sierra Madre Wind Energy Project. After that, turbines could go up over a three-year period within an area covering 350 square miles of the hilly sagebrush country south of Rawlins in south-central Wyoming. Most of that area is among the 245 million acres nationwide overseen by the U.S. Bureau of Land Management — hence Salazar's role. Salazar highlighted the project as an example of President Barack Obama's "all of the above" strategy for renewable energy development and fossil fuel extraction on BLM and other public lands.

SGS to Showcase its Service Portfolio at RenewableUK 2012 Conference in Glasgow

SGS is pleased to announce its participation at RenewableUK - the premier renewable energy conference and exhibition in the United Kingdom.

SolarWorld applauds trade remedies, signals plan to block evasive practices

Commerce Department sharply increases anti-subsidy duties on Chinese imports

Battery and Energy Technology Consortium Releases Economic Impact Study and "Roadmap" for New York State

Studies show New York could grow thousands of jobs in the energy storage industry

TRADEWIND ENERGY AND ALABAMA POWER TEAM UP AGAIN FOR DELIVERY OF ELECTRICITY AS PART OF PLANNED MIDWEST WIND PROJECT

Buffalo Dunes Wind Project in Rural Kansas is the Second TradeWind Energy Project that Provides for the Delivery of Low-cost Energy to Alabama

Solar PV Market in the US to Lose its Shine?

Solar Frontier gigawatt scale production plant receives ISO 14001 and OHSAS 18001 certification

Confirming compliance with essential standards

ENERDEL ANNOUNCES GUARANTEED RESIDUAL VALUE FOR ITS PRODUCTS

Industry-First Program Provides Customers Long-Term Value and Lower Total Cost of Ownership for Large-Format Lithium-Ion Energy Storage Solutions

Power to the people: Community-based energy transition surest and most effective strategy for the European energy sector

International strategy meeting of 40 European policy makers and experts calls upon national governments

Eaton Announces Utility-Scale Underwater Energy Generation for U.S. Navy

The system will enable the Naval Facilities Engineering Command (NAVFAC) to utilize underwater turbine electricity production technology.

Gaia commits with energy efficiency

With its participation as the only Spanish partner in the European project PRIME ENERGY IT which promotes energy efficiency in the information technologies

Eaton Launches Molded Case Circuit Breaker for Photovoltaic Systems to Enhance Safety, Performance

New 1,000 Volt Direct Current Eaton PVGard® Breakers Meet UL 489B Standard

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