Solar Trade Barriers Threaten Over 60,000 American Jobs: New Study

Brattle Group Report Finds Impact of Solar Trade Case Will Hurt U.S. Consumers, Workers and Industry

Fluor to Design, Build, Operate and Maintain 125-Megawatt Solar Energy Facility in Arizona

"This significant new win for Fluor positions the company as a leader in the solar power engineering and construction industry"

A Look at Green Technology Predictions for 2012

The green landscape will continue to shift and it is important to watch, learn and prepare future leaders. The excitement of clean technology innovation in 2012 and beyond ought to be celebrated by everyone who has a stake in making our world a better place to work, play and live.

2011 Greentech M&A Review

When the dust settled, 353 transactions had been completed for a reported $13.9 billion—down 6% from the $14.7 billion posted in 2010. While greentech funding rose 4% to $10.6 billion, mergers and acquisitions slumped 29% to $3.3 billion.

Solar Photovoltaic (PV) Power - Global Market Size and Key Country Analysis to 2020

The global cumulative installed capacity for solar PV is expected to reach 330,424 MW by 2020, growing at a CAGR of 23.7% during 2011-2020. Europe is the leading solar PV market, with a share of 76.5% of the total cumulative installed capacity, followed by the Asia-Pacific region, accounting for a share of 15.8% in 2010.

Alternative Fueled Vehicles at the North American International Auto Show

Despite all the glamor, the real winner, the game changer, the quantum leaper, the watershed moment was here at the Autoshow and the Mainstream Automotive Writer's completely missed it.

Processing and Disposal of "soft" Municipal Solid Waste and Conversion into Electricity

Ligno cellulose consists of accumulated solar energy, however recovery of this energy is possible only through combustion processes with considerable environmental disadvantages. The proposed technology offers a completely different approach: The input materials are dissolved in a concentrated salt solution.

Durban 2011 - A Second Chance to Climate Change

The Kyoto Protocol, having set binding targets for 37( + 4 that are to be added till the end of 2012) developed countries to reduce GHG emissions to 10-20 percent below the 1990 levels by 2012, however, may lose its significance in the second period since some countries such as Canada, Japan and China were reportedly unwilling to take part.

Case Study - Schumacher Auto Group of Palm Beach

From our research… we cant find a bigger PV solar System (135KW or 576 of PV solar Panels) that has been supplied and installed on an AUTO dealer in Florida or the East Coast of the USA for that matter.

Solar Air Heat, a Proven Renewable Supplement to Residential/Commercial Heating.

A new solar air heater has been engineered to provide homeowners, architects and builders with the performance of a highly efficient solar air heat collector with the look of a conventional skylight.

There's More Green to Vineyards than Just Grapes and the Next Great Harvest

Notable wine regions in Italy, Germany and France already have FIT programs in place, while California and other states offer similar incentives based on government grants and rebates.

Solar Yacht Sails Around the World Powered by Nothing More than the Sun

The yacht carries a huge rack of Lithium-Ion batteries capable of storing up to three days' worth of sailing power, easily enough to allow transit to continue throughout the night, or during overcast skies.

CASM statement responding to new CASE economic report

"SolarWorld and the other members of CASM strongly support the creation of American jobs in the solar industry," said Gordon Brinser, president of SolarWorld Industries America Inc., based in Oregon.

National Solar Energy Plan Moves Closer to Final Stages

The Interior Department is moving to finalize the nation's first solar energy program for public lands with the closing of the public comment period today.

Lucintel's Analysis of Global Solar Photovoltaic Industry: Market to Reach US $105 Billion by the End of 2016

The market is anticipated to reach 33,600 MW in 2016 with a 14% CAGR over the next five years.

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