The following is a statement by John A. Conklin, CEO & President, New Energy Technologies, Inc.
The combined installed capacity of the wind farms will be 402 megawatts (MW).
The fully portable lighting systems will be stored at the Brazilian Air Force Command Centre
Total Building Integrated Photovoltaics System Capacity to Quintuple by 2017, Forecasts Pike Research
The annual value of the BIPV market will quadruple over the next five years, growing from $606 million in 2012 to more than $2.4 billion in 2017
First Wind Community Outreach Program through DonorsChoose.org Provides Assistance to Classroom Teachers
First Wind supports teachers and their innovative classroom projects around the country
Twelve NY-BEST members awarded State grants for advanced energy projects
In 2012, Mortenson erected approximately 1,200 turbines for 21 wind projects across eight states.
International PV (PhotoVoltaic) Monitoring Manufacturer, Solare Datensysteme, Finishes 2012 with a 72% Growth in Sales
Sales to remain stable for the coming 2013 year
WFES 2013: World Renewable Energy Agency says GCC Countries can Achieve up to $200 billion in Returns by 2030
IRENA declares that future energy projects provide growth opportunities for many countries ------ World Future Energy Summit in Abu Dhabi from 15 - 17 January 2013 to encourage further investment at the Project & Finance Village
So what’s the real forecast for wind and solar power? That’s dependent—as it always is with the power sector, whether it’s renewable or fossil fuels—on policy. For the wind industry in the U.S., continuation of the tax credit would be vital. It pays wind-farm owners 2.2 cents per kilowatt-hour of electricity they produce over 10 years. If Congress fails to renew the tax credit, Bloomberg New Energy Finance predicts installations could fall by 88% next year to just 1.5 GW, at the cost of nearly 40,000 jobs according a study sponsored by the American Wind Energy Association (AWEA). A quick check at the headlines will show how unlikely renewal is in the current political atmosphere. It’s so bad that the AWEA, in an effort to get fiscal conservatives on their side, this month proposed a six-year phaseout of the credit. But while a bill to renew the credit was passed by the Senate Finance Committee in August and is sponsored by a Republican—Senator Chuck Grassley of wind-rich Iowa—little has happened since, and producers are getting ready for the fallout. Already turbines makers have announced hundreds of layoffs. As for the solar industry, the low costs for modules that have driven installation are a double-edged sword for manufacturers, who increasingly can’t make money off their products at current prices. That’s also led to something of a trade war—the U.S and Europe have charged Chinese solar manufacturers, with ample help from Beijing, of selling solar modules at below cost. The European Union opened up an anti-dumping investigation in September, and the U.S. slapped tariffs on Chinese solar panels. That might be good for domestic manufacturers, but a trade war would likely hold back global growth of solar power.
North Carolina builder is the latest to join Southern Energy Management's ecoHOME program.
Deloitte and leading clean-technology venture capital firm Tsing Capital officially gave the award to China's Cleantech industry honorees in a ceremony in Shanghai on December 6. Clenergy has continued to build a history of strong performance over the past three years, as measure by revenue growth and by positive environmental impact. The company is proud of its achievements and contributions in the new energy field and looks forward to bolstering its well-deserved reputation through future development.
Clenergy's PV-ezRack Trapezoidal mounting system had recently accredited by TüVInterCert (Germany). The simple and cost-effective product is the company's new high-quality universal mounting system for PV-systems on trapezoidal sheet roofs.
Rim of the World High School in Lake Arrowhead installs 4 URBAN GREEN ENERGY wind turbines. vertical-axis turbines to supply power and research data
In response to troubles with its solar panel manufacturing , China is trying to get producers to merge. Beijing, in particular, is facing problems with its solar panel industry and plans to fix it by reducing government support for the industry, encouraging mergers and blocking local leaders from supporting domestic producers. Beijing's solar problems stem from rapid expansion over the past decade. It offered grants and low-cost loans, which led to many producers crowding the market. The end result was too many producers that flooded the market with supplies and were forced to lower prices in order to compete. The industry is now about $17.5 billion in debt. Further complicating Beijing's solar issues is conflict with both the U.S. and Europe. Last month, a U.S. trade panel supported tariffs as high as 250 percent on imports of sola panels from China. This occurred after it was discovered that Beijing was subsidizing imports in an inappropriate way and affecting jobs abroad.
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