Energy Department Announces New University-Led Projects to Create More Efficient, Lower Cost Concentrating Solar Power Systems
CSP technologies use mirrors to reflect and concentrate sunlight onto receivers that collect solar energy and convert it to heat that can be used to produce electricity.
eNow, Inc. receives $1 million loan guarantee under the state's Job Creation Guaranty Program to support expansion and high-wage job growth in Rhode Island
The Enphase® Microinverter System brings a new approach to managing solar power that makes solar systems smarter and more efficient.
KACO Introduces XP Series Inverters Optimized with Ampt Mode™ to Decrease Costs and Increase Efficiency
Aging Power Utility Workforce Requires New, Savvy Technicians
NPS™ 100 Turbines Deliver Industry Leading 98+% Availability
Tomasz Poznar to Head Global Business Unit to Develop and Expand Offerings to Address Customers' Needs
Wastewater Technology Company Creates Clean Energy From Wastewater Residuals
Energy Department Announces New Investments to Accelerate Breakthroughs in Cost-Competitive Solar Energy
Projects to Partner with One-of-their-kind Scientific User Facilities
The launch will highlight the Solar PV training yard and classroom space, and will feature student and faculty-led abbreviated labs and solar panel demonstrations.
Three important products will be showcased...
Bharatbook.com announces that a new market research report "Smart Meter Security".
The competition among the CSP value chain worldwide has begun as the CSP Today Sevilla 2012 Award nominations officially opened this week. This year's prestigious awards ceremony will be taking place on Tuesday, 13th of November 2012 in Sevilla with an exciting new line up of awards
Join Apricus at Solar Power International at booth 4549 to learn about the latest in solar thermal!
Vestas Wind Systems A/S said Tuesday that it is in talks with Japanese industrial conglomerate Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Ltd. about a strategic tie-up that could secure the long-term future of the financially troubled Danish wind-turbine maker. Vestas, the world's largest manufacturer of wind turbines, has been struggling with steep losses and a tight financial situation, prompting speculation in the market of a company sale or a dilutive issuance of new shares. The shares jumped 19% Tuesday after news of the Mitsubishi talks, with analysts saying that the project could help the company navigate its way back to profitability. "No matter what the deal contains, it will surely include an injection of capital to Vestas," Alm. Brand Markets analyst Michael Friis Joergensen said. Vestas fell deep in the red in 2011, when massive overcapacity, excessive costs and budget overruns in the development of a new turbine forced it to issue two profit warnings, helping send the share price lower.
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