Royal DSM, the global Life Sciences and Materials Sciences company, today announces that it has acquired the SolarExcel company. Based in Venray (Netherlands) SolarExcel has developed a proprietary light trapping technology that can significantly increase the efficiency of solar panels. With the acquisition DSM expands its growing portfolio of solar energy enabling technologies. Financial details of the acquisition are not disclosed.
Overly Generous Incentives Spurs a Booming Market
The expected 1.4 mpg improvement in 2012 is based on sales estimates provided to EPA by automakers.
BioConversion Solutions To Provide Advanced Biomass to Biogas Process Technology For Increased Efficiency and Profitability
Formerly PMC BioTec, company positions for global market reach
A new survey of attitudes towards energy in Scotland has found strong support for renewables.
New Online City Building Game to Engage Nation's Youth on Energy Solutions
Development and Cross-Border Cooperation Platform for Renewable Energy
KACO new energy announces the addition of Bill Reaugh, Senior Director of Product Management in North America
Bill Reaugh will provide leadership and focus in several areas that will enhance the company's product offerings.
British companies showcase "low-carbon" know-how at AMERICANA 2013
New report from Fuel Cells 2000 highlights 2012 state policies on fuel cells and hydrogen.
Experts to join webinar speaking panel ahead of the Maghreb Renewable Energy Congress
Due to the increasing demands of high efficiency products, significant price advantage, and rumors suggesting that the double reverse policy is about to be finalized, Taiwanese solar manufacturers have continued to maintain a good order visibility and high capacity utilization rate.
Develop wasteland, to create green electricity power
At the leading trade fair Wind, TÜV SÜD will showcase its entire service portfolio for offshore and onshore wind power. By acquiring UK-based PMSS in 2012, TÜV SÜD complemented and further expanded its premium services and its global network of expertise (Stand H26, Hall 27).
Masdar, Abu Dhabi's renewable energy company, has officially inaugurated Shams 1. The 100MW project is described as the largest concentrated solar power plant in operation in the world.
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Sun Xtender® Deep Cycle AGM Batteries for renewable energy storage are manufactured in the USA by Concorde Battery Corporation and are built to the same demanding standards crucial to supporting the aircraft industry. To facilitate maximum conductivity & charge acceptance Sun Xtender® batteries are constructed with copper alloy corrosion free terminals & robust intercell connections. Endurance and optimal float life are achieved through plates thicker than the industry standard. Sun Xtender® Batteries' AGM maintenance free design is an ideal solution for off grid and grid tied systems.