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EE & RES Congress for SE Europe, 28-30 March 2012, Sofia

Recycling waste packages in Japan. Construction waste recovery - Mariusz Grabda

Mariusz Grabda is a member of the Program Committee of the Waste Management Conference Save the Planet, 28-30 March 2012, http://www.eco.viaexpo.com

Determining the municipality waste fees and way of payment in Japan - Mariusz Grabda

Mariusz Grabda is a member of the Program Committee of the Waste Management Conference Save the Planet, 28-30 March 2012, http://www.eco.viaexpo.com

PUC rejects SDG&E's proposed ‘network use fee' for solar customers

A plan by San Diego Gas & Electric to charge a “network use fee” to users of solar energy was stalled Wednesday at the California Public Utilities Commission. At a presentation to a committee in November, SDG&E presented the charge as a fairness issue, since solar customers are hooked to the grid but not paying for the upkeep of wires and other infrastructure. The plan, part of a wider proposal to restructure its rates, met fierce criticism from area politicians and green energy proponents. The California Center for Sustainable Energy estimated the average single-family home customer with solar would have to pay $350 under the plan, and school districts would have be charged $8,100 for each elementary school with rooftop panels. SDG&E argued that customers would still be saving money with the solar option.  

Targray Adds High Quality Silicon Carbide Wafer Slicing Powder to Solar Materials Portfolio

Targray Technology International announces that it has entered into the start of an Asian distribution agreement with Washington Mills AS for the exclusive distribution of its CARBOREX silicon carbide product in Taiwan.

EnterSolar Announces Completion of Solar Project for Ontel Products Corp.

New 228kW Solar System supplies electricity to Ontel's Corporate Headquarters in Fairfield, NJ

Natural Power appointed as Owner's Engineer on 20.5MW Sixpenny Wood wind farm

Natural Power has been appointed as Owner's Engineer at Sixpenny Wood wind farm for AES Wind Generation, a subsidiary of the energy company AES Corporation.

PROINSO ends year 2011 with supply of 303 MW worldwide, exports amounting to 88%

PROINSO supplied a total 303 MW in modules and inverters in 2011 that were installed in solar projects around the world.

Frost & Sullivan: LEDs to Illuminate the Path in a Legislation-led Energy Efficient Lighting Market

High Initial Costs and Concerns over Quality Dim Market Prospects, but Revenues Expected to Reach $1.92 Billion in 2018

Energy Fundamentals appoints new Director to drive growth across Europe

Energy Fundamentals is pleased to announce the appointment of Dr Markus Hummel as Director

The Power to Change the World - Who's Next?

In the field of alternate energy, companies that can anticipate how their products or services will impact the marketplace, are likely to be among the few that will really prosper and that will really ever matter.

The Outlook for Renewable Energy

Spending on new renewable energy capacity will total $7 trillion over next 20 years and the annual value of installed renewable energy capacity will double in real terms according to the latest energy forecasts.

The Business of Building Sustainable Cities

Sustainability is the life blood of cities and in today's increasingly urbanized world, coping with rising demands for better infrastructure, more energy, clean water and adequate housing is a global challenge.

US to Probe Imports of China, Vietnam Wind Towers

The U.S. Commerce Department said on Thursday it was launching an investigation that could lead to steep import duties on more than $100 million worth of wind energy towers from China and Vietnam. The decision adds to the friction in clean energy trade between the world's two largest economies. The Commerce Department is already investigating charges that Chinese solar panel manufacturers engage in unfair trade practices and will issue a preliminary decision on duties next month. The Wind Tower Trade Coalition, a group of U.S. producers, had previously said it was asking for anti-dumping duties of 64 percent on imports from China and 59 percent from Vietnam. But in its announcement, the department said China was alleged to undercut U.S. wind tower prices by 213.54 percent and Vietnam by 140.54 to 143.29 percent.

MERSEN ANNOUNCES THE COMPLETION OF THE ACQUISITION OF ELDRE

NEWBURYPORT, Mass. (January 3, 2012) Mersen has completed the acquisition of Eldre as planned. The acquisition of Eldre is part of Mersen's strategy to support its partners in the development of the power electronic application market with the critical components that improve system reliability and safety.

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