With the introduction of T*SOL basic 5.0, Valentin Software will add a practical tool with a modern interface, simple user navigation and new design assistance to the T*SOL® range, providing users with convincing arguments to present to customers considering investing in a solar thermal system.
The Turkish International Renewable Energy Congress (www.greenpowerconferences.com/TIREC ), the leading Turkish renewables conference, yesterday announced the winners of the esteemed Turkish International Renewable Energy Awards.
What are the current trends, free market niches for foreign companies and opportunities for new win-win partnerships in the Region?
Battery maker A123 Systems, a one-time darling of the U.S. electric car industry and recipient of millions in government funding, filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy Tuesday. The filing highlights the controversy over federal subsidies for "green energy" companies that has been a part of the 2012 presidential campaign. A123 has $144 million in debt and missed a $2.7 million interest payment on Oct. 15. In 2009, A123 received $249 million in federal funding for advanced battery technology manufacturing at two sites in Michigan -- Romulus and Brownstown. The funding was part of $2.4 billion in stimulus funds designed to jump start advanced vehicle manufacturing in the United States.
MECASOLAR to supply solar trackers to 1MW solar installation with low-concentration modules in Sardi
• The single-axis azimuth trackers from MECASOLAR have been adapted to the low-concentration modules from American firm SOLARIA that will be used in the 1MW solar facility in the Sardinian location of Villacidro. • The new solar facility, developed by Euroenergy S.p.A., is expected to start operatin
CSP Today have announced a complimentary webinar in association with the CSP Today Global Tracker: A journey through Global CSP: Tracking data on projects and markets in 2012
The number of projects on the continent has quadrupled from that of 10 years ago
Reflecting 900MW Kunitomi factory's increase in efficiency
Key points: 30% reduced power consumption, improved accuracy and temperature stability----- Fully-isolated nominal measurement of 50-2000V DC, AC or pulsed----- Compact, light and robust package----- Combines 8.5 kV insulation with unmatched immunity against electromagnetic disturbances----- Meets latest IRIS requirements for rail traction applications
Seven Winning Programs Represent Best-in-Class State Leadership in Advancing Clean Energy Policy, Finance and Technology in the United States
Part of Solar City program, 348kW system produces two-thirds of Townsville RSL Stadium's energy requirements
Gridtest's European test system has been thorough evaluated by leading EV and EVSE companies across Europe.
Successful, Long-Term Supplier Partnerships Fast-Track GE Projects to Meet Ontario's Green Energy Act Requirements----- Extensive Supply Chain Drives Validated, Quick Ramp-Up for GE Wind Projects----- Brazil and Quebec Local Content Models Serve as Successful Template for GE in Ontario
Landmark Unit Going to CEZ Romania for Fantanele Project----- 2.5-Megawatt Technology Also Powering Shepherds Flat, Largest U.S. Wind Farm----- Fleet Has Surpassed 2 Gigawatts of Global Installed Capacity
Principal Solar Institute Launches Industry's First Comprehensive Solar PV Module Rating System: Creates Standards, Elevates Industry
Principal Solar, Inc (PSI; OTC Pink: PSWW), a publicly traded solar energy holding company, backs educational organization dedicated to solar industry
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