Technology scouting firm Lux Research releases its top 10 companies profiled in 2012, featuring leaders in bio-based materials, 3D-printing, photovoltaics, drug delivery, energy efficiency and more
SurePath® Solar PPA yields long-term energy bill savings while reducing CO2 emissions
Delegation Provides Japanese Policymakers with Guidance on U.S. Renewable Energy and Discusses its Role in Japan's Post-Earthquake Reconstruction
State Grant Awards Help Small Businesses Attend World's Largest Technology, Manufacturing and Machine Tool Industry Trade Events in 2013
Hitachi Selected By Bonneville Power Administration to Pursue Research on Grid Stabilization Systems As a Technology Innovation R& D Topic
Precise Control of Power Flows to Facilitate Wider Adoption of Renewable Energy
Xmultiple Releases Solar Connectors Integrated with Anticorrosion Gel for Protection in the Harshest Environment
The advancements in the design of connectors in the solar photovoltaic industry has increased dramatically.
East Tennessee site selected as first U.S. project for German program designed to deploy innovative solar technology and expand global solar markets
JA Solar Commences Large-Volume Module Shipments From Bids Totaling 40MW With China Three Gorges New Energy Corporation
The modules will be used in a utility-scale project in Ningxia province, China, which will be connected to the province's power grid.
Top 10 predictions for the global photovoltaic market in 2013, from the IHS Solar service at information and analytics provider IHS (NYSE: IHS).
Solar Energy World Earns Esteemed 2012 Angie's List Super Service Award, reflecting company's consistently high level of customer service.
New Road Maps Available for Ocean Wind, Tidal and Wave Energy Projects
WATT Fuel Cell Corp., a designer and developer of solid oxide fuel cell (SOFC) systems, announces the award of a six-month $100,000 grant from the New York State Energy Research and Development Authority (NYSERDA).
Grace Solar cooperated with a Belgian photovoltaic power station company for a new rooftop solar power station plan
Denise Bode, chief executive officer of the American Wind Energy Association, will quit Jan. 1, the day that tax credits for the industry are set to expire. Rob Gramlich, currently senior vice president for public policy, will take over her duties as interim CEO after she steps down, according to a statement today from the Washington-based trade group. Bode was hired in January 2009 to help lock in federal and state incentives for the wind industry. Congress has yet to act on a one-year extension of the 2.2-cent-per-kilowatt-hour tax credit. The expiration of the tax credit will cause the loss of about 37,000 jobs, the industry group has said. “Rob Gramlich will provide the steady hand needed to represent the industry during this critical period,” Bode said in the statement. The tax credits for wind-energy producers have faced repeated expirations during the past two decades, creating uncertainty for turbine manufacturers including General Electric Co. and Vestas Wind Energy Systems A/S.
Plasco Energy Group Inc. today announced that it will build a 150,000 tonnes per year Waste Conversion Facility in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. The facility will convert post-recycled waste into clean energy and other valuable products.
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