SCHOTT Xensation™ Cover Glass Coming to a Device Near You

SCHOTT Xensation™ Cover glass, the strongest cover glass available on the market today, will soon be appearing in consumer electronic devices everywhere.

Conergy Solar Large Projects Group installs solar electric system for Kirschenman Enterprises

First installation using Conergy's "Elevated Agricultural Solar Structure" Concept

Westinghouse Solar and CBD Energy to Distribute Systems in Australia

The Australian market enjoys a sound regulatory environment for solar, and provides an opportunity for us to grow revenue in a non-US market devoid of risk of punitive tariffs

AMSC Receives Exclusive Right to Fundamental HTS Patent

License Covers Basic Material, Wire and Applications, Furthering AMSC's Market Leadership

SunSi Readies for Entree Into the Lucrative Renewable Energy Market

Sees Significant Opportunities to Expand TPE's Heat Recovery Technology

Geostellar Raises Funds to Help Turn Energy Consumers into Producers

Investment From NRG Energy, GeoEye, and Flash Forward Ventures Will Fund Roll-out to Major Solar Energy Markets

HIGH EFFICIENCY CONCENTRATED SOLAR CONVERSION TECHNOLOGY BREAKTHROUGH

This science fiction sounding technology uses superconducting magnets to strip electrons from high energy plasma jets, and generate power with no moving parts.

SOLAREDGE EXPANDS SMART MODULE PORTFOLIO WITH LEADING MODULE MANUFACTURERS

Smart modules will be on display at Intersolar Europe

New US EPA Proposal for Notification Regarding Dangerous Chemicals

On March 20th, 2012, the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) announced proposals for a Significant New Use Rule (SNUR) in regards to five chemicals targeted for significant new use requirements under the Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA).

PRYSMIAN INAUGURATES NEW SUBMARINE POWER CABLES PLANT IN FINLAND

INVESTMENT OF APPROX. €40 MILLION TO REAFFIRM TECHNOLOGICAL AND MARKET LEADERSHIP IN A HIGH VALUE-ADDED FAST-GROWING SECTOR----- SUBMARINE CABLES ORDER BOOK AT €1.7 BILLION. THE GROUP IS INVOLVED IN THE PRIME PROJECTS TO DEVELOP RENEWABLE ENERGY THROUGH OFFSHORE WIND FARMS

Trojan Battery Expands Distribution In the Netherlands Hefra to Distribute Trojan Deep-Cycle Flooded, AGM and Gel Battery Technologies

Trojan Battery's partnership with Hefra enables us to provide expanded sales and technical support services specifically dedicated to customers in the Netherlands

Clemson turbine test facility world's most advanced, manager tells wind conference

The testing facility under construction at the Clemson University Restoration Institute in North Charleston will be the world's most advanced

Photovoltaic Cells Tap Underwater Solar Energy

Scientists at the U.S. Naval Research Laboratory (NRL), Electronics Science and Technology Division, dive into underwater photovoltaic research to develop high bandgap solar cells capable of producing sufficient power to operate electronic sensor systems at depths of 9 meters.

IID ranks seventh nationally for installed solar capacity

This recognition exemplifies IID's commitment to meeting California's renewable portfolio standard

Global leader Draker joins PV Project Development Summit India 2012

As the PV Project Development Summit India 2012 (30-31 July, New Delhi) continues to expand, PV Insider is delighted to announce that Draker have partnered as a Bronze Sponsor with the first event exclusively dedicated to project development in India.

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Morningstar's TriStar MPPT 600V charge controller leverages Morningstar's innovative TrakStarâ„¢ MPPT technology and our 20+ years of power electronics engineering excellence, to enable the widest input operating voltage range available from a solar array, wind turbine or hydro input. This controller's standard and DB versions are for off-grid applications, and the TR versions were developed to enable retrofitting grid-tied systems with battery backup.