Chinese Wind Power Company Puts First R&D Office in U.S. on NC State's Centennial Campus

The new center will focus on state of the art research on offshore wind turbines to further enhance energy output and lower the cost of electricity

Kyocera, Osaka Gas, Aisin, Chofu and Toyota Announce Completion of World-Class Efficiency Residential-Use Solid Oxide Fuel Cell (SOFC) Cogeneration System Co-Development and Commercialization of "ENE-FARM Type S"

The resulting product — "ENE-FARM Type S" — achieves a power generation efficiency of 46.5%*1, the highest level in the world*2 for a residential-use fuel cell

ZEP SOLAR STRENGTHENED BY U.S. PATENT OFFICE ACTION AGAINST WESTINGHOUSE SOLAR

USPTO Upholds Rejection of All Claims in Westinghouse Patent

Leading Solar Energy Provider 1st Light Energy Expands Operations into Massachusetts to Address Growing Demand

Strong service record, promotional program and state/federal incentives make 1st Light Energy an attractive option for Bay State homeowners and businesses

Solar Industry to Release Analysis Showing Record-breaking Growth for Fourth Quarter and Year

Quarterly Solar Market Insight report to be released March 14 by SEIA and GTM Research

New Jersey solar manufacturer takes public stand for fair competition, domestic manufacturing and energy security

Employees of MX Solar USA state their support for trade cases against China

New Report Finds U.S. Solar Energy Installations Soared by 109% in 2011 to 1,855 Megawatts

Today, GTM Research and SEIA® release U.S. Solar Market Insight: Year-in-Review 2011, analyzing the industry's record growth and what lies ahead in 2012 and beyond.

Is there a future in the US for renewables without federal incentives?

PA Consulting Group says yes - but players across the supply chain will need to adapt

Photo Release -- FuelCell Energy and Air Products Sign Memorandum of Understanding to Market Tri-Generation Stationary Fuel Cell Power Plants

Tri-generation Direct FuelCell(R) power plants generate hydrogen, ultra-clean electricity and usable high quality heat at the point of use -- On-site hydrogen production from stationary fuel cell power plants a way to develop hydrogen infrastructure

GEA International Geothermal Energy Showcase 2012

—Registration Now Open—

Primus Green Energy Raises $12 Million for Renewable Gasoline Technology

This latest investment brings the total of funds raised since 2007 to $40 million.

Siemens wins first solar receivers order for Indian solar power plant

Siemens Energy has been awarded an order to supply UVAC 2010 (Universal Vacuum Air Collector) solar receivers for a parabolic trough power plant to be built in Rajasthan, India. Purchaser is Shiram EPC Limited under contract to project developer Abhijeet (Corporate Ispat Alloys Ltd). Siemens will supply over 17,000 solar receivers, which will generate all of the heat for the 50MW facility. Startup for the solar plant is scheduled for spring 2013.

ABB SIGNS LICENSING AGREEMENT WITH ECOTALITY TO UTILIZE THE BLINK® EV CHARGING NETWORK

Licensing agreement includes additional venture capital investment in ECOtality

AlsoEnergy PowerTrack™ Software Streamlines Business Processes with New Reporting and Collaboration Features

New features offer the solar industry's most advanced customizable application for on-demand portfolio reporting and financial analysis

New Solar Financing Now Available In California

Financial Institution aims to make solar financing more accessable and affordable to Californians

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