Siemens wins six wind turbine orders in the Americas

Total order volume worth over USD900 million

Renewable industry slams flawed KPMG energy report

Gas prices have driven fuel bills up, not renewables · Wind costs make up less than 1% of average household fuel bills · Only two new nuclear plants at most likely to be operational by 2020 · KPMG report fails to consider the whole cost of new power plants

U.S. Department of Energy to fund major Offshore Wind Grid Interconnection study

ABB, AWS Truepower, Duke Energy, NREL, University of Pittsburgh create provisional partnership to perform studies to identify sites for high offshore wind energy potential and grid interconnection along all U.S. coastal regions.

Mortenson and enXco Partnership to Build its 19th Wind Project

Renewable Energy Contractor and Developer Construct Wind Project in California

Best Green Technologies at the SEE Forum on Solar Energy, EE and RE

Best green technologies at the 8th Congress and Exhibition on Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy (EE & RE) and the South-East European (SEE) Solar Exhibition

Bio Energy - a Hot Topic of the South-East European Forum on Green Energy and Waste Management

Key industry players will join the South-East European Forum which will be held in the period 28-30 March 2012 in Sofia, Bulgaria. The event's aim is to encourage the know-how transfer and business cooperation and to outline investment opportunities in the region of South-East Europe.

Solar Power Group takes a creative approach towards cost reduction to power the CSP industry ahead

Still dependent on subsidies and feed-in tariffs, the CSP industry needs to find creative ways to become more competitive within the renewables sector.

solar panel

Our products can meet the requirement of IEC61215,IEC61730 and have acquired UL,TUV,VDE,ETL,FM,KEMCO,BBA,CE and GD Golden Sun certification. And our factory has 12 production lines and we can offer 300MW per year.

Solazyme's algae jet fuel powers United flight

Sometime shortly after 7 a.m. PST on Monday, execs at algae oil company Solazyme, members of the media and others will board a plane at Houston’s Bush Intercontinental Airport and take off on the first commercial U.S. domestic flight to use Solazyme’s algae-based jet fuel. United Airlines will operate the flight, which will land at Chicago O’Hare International Airport a couple of hours later and is set to carry 189 passengers.  The event is significant: While companies have spent years looking to scale next-generation biofuel products, few are producing fuels that can scale large enough to sell to the airline industry, let alone the auto industry. Solazyme’s jet fuel, dubbed Solajet, isn’t a widely commercialized product yet, but it has a few deals, including with the Navy and Australian carrier Quantas.

WE Energies, Caleffi Solar and more sponsor Milwaukee's SOLAR THERMAL '11 Conference

The Midwest Renewable Energy Association announces sponsors for the upcoming SOLAR THERMAL '11 Conference

Sierra Club Recognizes Solar Energy USA As Sustainable Business

Solar Energy USA, Georgia's largest residential solar provider, was recently recognized by the Sierra Club as an officially Green Checked business based on sustainable organization practices and environmentally friendly products and services.

Oasis Eco Group Unveils New "Net Zero Energy Homes" for Chilliwack, BC's Home Owners

Oasis Eco Group, BC's leading provider of energy efficient homes is today announcing the launch of the Oasis Powerhouse energy efficient housing development - "Solara Homes" - in Chilliwack, BC.

Solar Power International 2011 - Special News Report

News Announcements from SPI 2011

Sustainable Energy Raises the Bar for Grid-Tie Energy Storage: PARALEX "GTS" Opens New "Smart Grid" and "Micro-Grid" Market Opportunities

Highlights: · Enables utility dispatch control of distributed storage with lithium ion and lead acid batteries for improved voltage control higher power quality and improved grid stability · Enables material increase in grid-interactive storage system efficiencies today with proven market-ready product platform · Meets emerging European demand for cost effective, high-efficiency storage of solar power for on-site consumption · Gateway to higher utilization of distributed renewable energy in "smart grids" and "micro-grids" · Discussions underway to OEM PARALEX GTS as part of integrated solar PV energy storage systems

InvestMidwest issues call to clean energy companies for 2012 forum in St. Louis

High-growth companies in the clean energy industry throughout the Midwest seeking venture capital to advance their ideas are now being invited to apply for the opportunity to present their business plans to an audience of the nation's top venture capitalists.

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Easy monitoring with weather sensors from Lufft

Easy monitoring with weather sensors from Lufft

Professional weather sensors form the heart of large solar plants supporting their operation and performance. Lufft was the first manufacturer to combine several sensors in one housing, bringing the largest multiparameter weather sensor family with 19 members into being. Many of them are well-suited for solar site assessment and continuous monitoring. The most commonly used one is the WS600 delivering data on temperature, air pressure, wind, relative humidity and precipitation. Through its open protocol, it can easily be attached to radiation sensors e.g. from Kipp&Zonen. Other models have an integrated Silicon, Second Class or Secondary Standard radiation sensor.