Aries Ingeniería y Sistemas completes design, supervision and commissioning services on India's largest solar Photovoltaic (PV) power plant

The project awarded under the Gujarat Solar Power policy of 2009 was commissioned in record time and is the country's largest solar power plant with over 400,000 solar PV modules installed. --- The project is the first large scale solar project completed by a Spanish company in India and positions Aries as the standard of international efficiency in renewable energy projects.

Bombardier Selects Maxwell Technologies Ultracapacitors for Rail Energy Recuperation Braking System

Bombardier Transportation, a leading producer of rail vehicles and rail transportation equipment, systems and services, has selected Maxwell Technologies ultracapacitors as the energy storage element of the BOMBARDIER* EnerGstor*® braking energy recuperation system.

ASES Applauds President Obama's Decision on Keystone XL

Statement by Susan Greene, president of the American Solar Energy Society

Southern Energy Management Builds Large Solar Array For IDEAL Fastener

The world's second-largest zipper manufacturer is going solar with nearly 200 kW on the roof of their North Carolina factory.

Ontario's Niagara Tunnel Project Reaches Construction Milestone

Ontario Government Increasing Clean, Renewable Power

SHC 2012 conference: IEA to present technology roadmap for solar heating and cooling

19 January 2012. The 1st International Conference on Solar Heating and Cooling for Buildings and Industry, SHC 2012 in San Francisco, will feature the IEA's presentation of their forthcoming roadmap on solar heating and cooling. For all conference topics, abstracts can still be submitted until 31 January 2012.

Certification for Centrosolar's quality management system

Certification part of the newly developed lean production system

International Water Summit Launched in Abu Dhabi

Masdar and International Water Association collaborate to provide global platform for water solutions --- Inaugural summit to be held alongside World Future Energy Summit 2013

NEXUS ENERGYHOMES FORECASTS STRONG GROWTH IN 2012

Homebuyers Enthusiastic About Net-Zero Energy Homes

PETRA SOLAR AND ENVIROMENA ANNOUNCE PARTNERSHIP TO DEVELOP SOLAR AND SMART GRID IN THE MIDDLE EAST AND NORTH AFRICA

Strategic partnership will advance sustainability and grid reliability in the MENA region

GE Solar Technology to Bring Power of the Sun to Invenergy's Grand Ridge Solar Project

23-Megawatt Contract is Largest Solar Equipment Supply Project Agreement in the Midwest --- Located Adjacent to Invenergy's Grand Ridge Wind Project --- Further Expands GE's Leadership in Renewable Energy Space with 27-Gigawatts Installed Globally --- Adding Solar to 10 Percent of GE's Global Wind Turbine Installed Base, Would Sell Out GE's Recently Announced 400 Megawatt Solar Panel Factory in Colorado for Six Years

Torresol Energy Launches Commercial Operations of Twin Solar Thermal

Valle 1 and Valle 2 will produce 320 GWh per year

Solar Power UK Roadshow 2012: Coping with the Cuts

Designed to reduce the uncertainty generated by the ongoing feed-in tariff adjustments, the Solar Power UK Roadshow 2012 will travel countrywide addressing industry's most pressing concerns.

PROINSO includes SCHOTT Solar modules in its catalogue

PROINSO has added to its catalogue SCHOTT Solar PV solar modules, which will be supplied by all ten PROINSO branches around the world and its International Network of Qualified Installers.

What's in store for CSP in 2012?

The flurry of activity seen in the last 6 months demonstrates that CSP is a young but rapidly-evolving industry

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