The Future of Fenestration and Facade Industry at fensterbau/frontale India

Envelope for Green Buildings Participation from more than 70 exhibitors and around 5,000 visitors Special session by Prof Dr. Werner Lang, Technical University of Munich Construction industry expected to grow by 20 per cent annually

Wind Energy Update: United Kingdom Powerhouse for Offshore Wind

The United Kingdom (UK) has set high targets for the development of offshore wind farms. Sceptics have claimed that such targets are unobtainable, but with the current investments being made and deals being signed within the UK, the future looks to be brighter than previously thought.

Solar Site Design Currently Developing a Mobile Platform to Streamline Solar Project Development

Features included in the Solar Site Design app facilitate and streamline the sales and business development process for experienced solar professionals.

8minutenergy Renewables Marks 266MW Mount Signal Solar Development Milestone, First Phase of World's Largest Solar PV Farm

– Project Approved in April, Financed in November and Construction Begun by 8minutenergy's Partner the Same Month –

Solar Energy International (SEI) Endorses Solar Industry Certifications and Becomes UL PV Installer Certification Testing Center

SEI has released their formal endorsement of solar industry certification programs from UL, RISE, and NABCEP. SEI's technical training program is actively preparing students for careers in the solar industry.

Factory-Built AC Modules Coming to Australian Solar Market

SolarBridge Technologies Announces Australian Certification and Availability of SolarBridge Microinverters

Europe Lagging Behind US in Support for Renewable Energy, Says Energy Expert

Federal support for renewable energy in the US makes the system of lumping subsidies on consumer energy bills, common across Europe, look "perverse", argues a top GlobalData energy consultant in a new insight.

First Solar Sets New World Record for CdTe Solar Cell Efficiency

18.7 Percent Research Cell Efficiency Confirmed by NREL

Solar America to Incorporate Solar Power Station into New Product from Solar Energy Labs Inc.

The combined system would efficiently provide both hot water and supplemental power to homeowners and small businesses.

OutBack Power Delivers Reliable, Efficient At-Sea Power for Select Marine Organizations

Naval, rescue and luxury vessels depend on water-resistant, durable power management systems from OutBack Power

Cupertino Electric Installing Transmission Line to Interconnect Substation Serving 200 MW Solar Project in Southern California

The utility-scale solar photovoltaic plant in Southern California is expected to produce energy for more than 240,000 households by 2013.

Stellar Energy Enters North Carolina Large-Scale Solar Market

Leading EPC hires energy veteran, Chris Larsen, and joins the North Carolina Solar Energy Association

Carmanah Technologies Enters Into Supply Agreement with Acuity Brands

Carmanah was competitively selected from a list of North American solar lighting manufacturers, distinguishing themselves on the basis of product reliability and a broad-based capability in solar power.

Tasnee Enters Strategic Investment Agreement with Dyesol

Tasnee is a $5 billion diversified industrials company listed on the Saudi Arabian Stock Exchange and the world's second largest producer of titanium dioxide.

The Bioenergy Award 2013 recognises the technological effort of SENER and Tracjusa in manure treatment

This is not the first time that SENER or Tracjusa has been awarded for R&D&i achievements.

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