New revenue source helps rancher through cyclical nature of cattle business
AWEA's Elizabeth Salerno, EDP's Jeff Bishop, RES Americas' Sean Tufts, and Clean Line's David Berry featured as "today's disrupters and tomorrow's brightest stars."
Industry gears up for an important coming year with a look back at the newsmaking events of 2011
Solar Energy Industry: 2011 in Review Solar energy is one of the fastest growing industry in the United States.
"The U.S. solar industry is on a roll, with unprecedented growth in 2011. Solar is now an economic force in dozens of states, creating jobs across America." -Rhone Resch, president and CEO, SEIA, quoted in article "Solar Industry Reports Record Third-quarter Growth" Los Angeles Times, December 15, 2011
Mumbai, India and Pforzheim/Freiburg, Germany, December 23, 2011 – Intersolar India 2011 was well received by visitors and exhibitors alike as it strengthens its position as India's largest solar technology exhibition in 2011. A total of 264 exhibitors from 18 countries attended the exhibition at the Bombay Exhibition Centre (BEC) in Mumbai. The amount of companies represents an impressive 84% growth of exhibitors. The event also welcomed 9,314 visitors from 38 countries, representing a 62% growth compared to 2010. The Intersolar India Conference, beginning one day ahead of the exhibition at the Leela Kempinski Hotel in Mumbai, ran until December 15, 2011, continuing at the Bombay Exhibition Centre (BEC) for the final day. More than 100 speakers used the conference as a platform to exchange latest trends and technology in the solar market with 646 solar experts attending the high-level conference.
A group of MPs has said that investing in renewable energy will not lead to dramatic domestic andbusiness gas price rises.
The island of Ireland has surpassed the rest of the EU countries for its wind energy integration. Ireland is now in a position to become a global leader for wind energy take-up, which could spell good news for its future energy security, reducing its massive reliance on imported energy.
Streetlights powered by solar energy are becoming increasingly popular because they are affordable, simple and safe to install, are easily relocated — and they save on electrical costs.
Leaders from Acciona; BrightSource Energy; NRG Energy; POET; Pure Energy Partners; Reznick Group Join ACORE Board to Create a More Secure and Prosperous America with Clean, Renewable Energy
The award was presented at Oerlikon's Supplier Day held last week at the company's headquarters in Pfäffikon, Switzerland.
SolarWorld: U.S. customers and market support company during investigations of harmful Chinese trade practices
SolarWorld filed the trade petitions with the U.S. government on Oct. 19 in hopes of restoring robust and fair international competition; in response, the U.S. government issued a unanimous preliminary determination agreeing that Chinese practices are harming the U.S. industry.
Proprietary laminate windows collect, store energy; convert it to electricity
Utilities, Investors, Project Developers Discuss Industry Impact of Uncertain Investment Tax Credit Cash Grant Future
US-China Quarterly Market Review Highlights New Opportunities for Investors and Developers in China and the U.S.
Turnkey solar solutions provider brings effective monitoring technology and years of power plant operation experience to the equation
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