Growth to include East Coast markets
Dow introduced ENLIGHT™ Back Encapsulant Composite Films, a new "2-in-1" technology that serves as both a backsheet and back encapsulant layer for photovoltaic panels.
EnerPlex JumprTM Battery Packs
The 2012 EDN Hot 100 highlights the electronics industry's most significant products of the year based on innovation, usefulness and popularity.
REFUsol Inc. Moves Headquarters to New Office in Fremont, California as a Result of U.S. Market Growth
REFUsol has seen steady sales growth and plans further expansion
The only major country to buck the trend was Canada, where prices rose by 5.5 percent.
The forced realignment of the branch backs the turn of energy policies – DEGER invests millions in research, development and sales
Solar Frontier delivering to utility-scale projects in Yamanashi and other prefectures throughout Japan
New markets have ricocheted across the renewables sector, injecting some much-needed optimism and competition into an industry that remains scarred by the enduring legacy of the financial crisis.
New partnership adds to project in San Antonio supplying 400 MW solar power to 70,000 households; increases new jobs by 70
Winners Embody Innovative Spirit in Developing Green Energy Initiatives and Technologies
Projected to save the city more than $1 million in energy costs
6th Annual International Algae Congress will bring together leading academic and commercial experts to discuss new developments in algae cultivation technology.
Tentec, designers, manufacturers and suppliers of bolt tightening equipment have launched a new foundation bolting tool for the wind turbine market.
For anyone paying attention to the news recently, it has become very clear that things have got to change unless people around the world want to see Earth's climate itself shift.
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