• Projects totalling 60kW will be developed in Nepal, Kenya, Guatemala, Brazil and India, in cooperation with NGOs, local partners and organisations, to meet the energy needs of 80,000 people in local communities.
Ideal choice for harsh military applications
A123 also Reaches Agreement to Sell Government Business Assets to Navitas Systems; A123 to Seek Court of Approval of Transactions at a Hearing Scheduled for December 11, 2012
Wind power is currently the most cost-effective new renewable energy source and has expanded considerably in the last few decades. TC (Technical Committee) 88: Wind turbines, has made this expansion possible by providing manufacturers and installers with International Standards which ensure that wind turbine installations are designed to time-tested requirements and evaluated according to proven procedures.
The HPL-2400 provides customers with a versatile, precision high-power load designed for high reliability and repeatable testing results.
Hanwha SolarOne will deliver 155 MW of its solar modules to South African projects to be developed by Cobra, Gransolar and Kensani
"The Bishop Hill II wind project demonstrates MidAmerican Wind's commitment to renewable energy and environmental respect,"
The proposed 765 kW array is scheduled to break ground in early 2013 at Westfield's flagship Century City mall in Los Angeles.
BYD Energy Storage Station goes live in Doha during United Nations Climate Change Conference
The company is expected to benefit from a more competitive marketplace for solar subcomponents
Ovation™ system enables EDF Renewable Energy to optimize flow of power to electrical grid
Year-to-date total solar surpasses 2011 annual at 2 GW; California and Arizona lead state rankings
Hear from industry leaders on how current trends affect their companies
Total funding awarded to the project is nearly $4 million.
On-site consumption of solar power gives companies access to an independent, affordable energy supply
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