The UK could lose billions of pounds and thousands of jobs in the solar industry if the EU imposes tariffs on cheap imported panels from China, a report has claimed. The European commission is investigating if solar panels coming into Europe from China are being sold below market value – known as "dumping" – and benefiting from unfair Chinese government subsidies. The move by the commission, instigated last year, is the largest of its kind, with solar panels and key components worth more than £18bn exported from China to the EU in 2011. It followed complaints from European solar manufacturers and could lead to anti-dumping and anti-subsidy duties being imposed on Chinese-made panels to stop the cheap imports harming Europe's domestic industry. But a report published on Tuesday suggests imposing any level of tariff would hit the EU economy and jobs would be lost, as the move would push up photovoltaic panel prices and reduce the installation of the green electricity technology.
IT Power is pleased to announce a new project that has been awarded a £1.5million grant from the UK's Technology Strategy Board to deliver a low cost installation vessel for the tidal energy sector.
A new report has been released by UK based marine energy consulting and engineering firm IT Power Limited, to help new companies assess the UK tidal energy market and understand how to develop a project in UK waters
IT Power has recently been awarded a contract from UNIDO and the Austrian Development Agency to conduct a feasibility study into a new East African Centre for Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency.
Recently the MREA received national accreditation for their Site Assessment Certificate Program from The American National Standard Institute and the Interstate Renewable Energy Council. The program will launch in Madison, WI this March with offerings in other parts of Wisconsin later this year.
Solar Energy Industries Association and U.S. Solar Heating and Cooling Council Announce Launch of the U.S. Solar Heating and Cooling Alliance
Alliance announces newly-elected leadership
Point Roberts, WA - February 19, 2013 - Investorideas.com staff: (Investorideas.com renewable energy newswire) Investorideas.com, an investor research portal specializing in sector research for independent investors issues a trading alert for solar stocks for Tuesday February 19th. Join Investor Ide
The Solar Power Station connects to almost any type of commercially available solar panel
Messe Düsseldorf North America and Strategen Consulting to organize first ENERGY STORAGE NORTH AMERICA Conference and Expo in September 2013 in San Jose.
Installing tidal energy devices is both costly and technically challenging, but a new Dynamic Positioning (DP) flat-top barge could be the answer that the industry has been waiting for. IT Power is pleased to announce a new project that has been awarded a £1.5million grant from the UK's Technology Strategy Board to deliver a low cost installation vessel for the tidal energy sector.
Solar Energy International (SEI) Increases Online Solar Training Offerings to Meet Industry Workforce Demands - Sessions Start March 11th
The nation's leading technical solar training organization, Solar Energy International (SEI), has one of the largest alumni memberships in the industry. With over 25,000 students served in over 20 years of service to the renewable energy sector as a non-profit educational organization, SEI has had to increase the amount of training options for the burgeoning renewable energy industry.
New box receives CSA certification for integrated SmartModule Technology
Shoals Technologies Group Announces Significant Expansion in the Middle East, North Africa, and India
Shoals Technologies Group, the global leader in photovoltaic OEM and balance of systems components, announces significant expansion in the Middle East, North Africa, and India, focusing on utility-scale photovoltaic installations.
WIND EXPO 2013 – Tokyo - from February, 27 to March, the 1st – Booth No E715----- Meteodyn wants to be on site and meet local prospects to discuss about their proper needs.
"This is the first completed transaction in DayStar's strategy to acquire fully operational projects."
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