ICC has engineered a new and innovative termination tool, JackEasyTM. Bringing the JackEasy to market demonstrates ICC's commitment to continuous improvement. This new tool brings to market a faster and more durable termination method.
Direct Grid Technologies, LLC, has formed a five‐person strategic advisory board to enhance and broaden the tactical direction of its smart grid and photovoltaic micro‐inverter design and manufacturing business.
TÜV Rheinland PTL to Reveal Photovoltaic Module Reliability and Performance at SolarTech Symposium
REC Solar, Inc. and Tigo Energy™ jointly announced today that the two companies have reached a development agreement to offer the Tigo Energy Maximizer® Solution as part of REC Solar's commercial and residential installations throughout the United States.
The main aim is to develop products or methods to harness the largely untapped Ocean and Geothermal Energies. However, there is no restriction whatsoever. Innovations are also invited in any other form of renewable/clean energy or improvement in existing products and methods.
The inaugural LowCVP Low Carbon Champion Awards recognise best practice in vehicle manufacturers, fuel suppliers, fleet operators and developers of products and services that reduce greenhouse gases from the road transport sector.
Yokogawa Electric Corporation announces the July 1 release of the HXS10 controller. This new product controls the actuation systems that move heliostats and photovoltaic panels. The HXS10 helps maximize power generating efficiency by controlling the angles of heliostats and solar panels.
Fluid Imaging Technologies, Inc. of Yarmouth, Maine, USA, is collaborating with Lone Star Biotechnology Institute, part of the Lone Star Community College in Texas, on the college's algae-to-biofuel research program.Fluid Imaging is providing a FlowCAM® imaging particle analysis instrument to the institute's algae research program which will permit them to accurately monitor algae growth in a bioreactor.
SET-Solar Corporation, a US-based solar energy solutions provider, announced today that it will attend the Intersolar North America Conference from July 13-15, 2010 at the Moscone West Convention Center in San Francisco, California. SET-Solar will exhibit its solar solution products.
IPVEA is working with EU PVSEC to present the "PV Production Forum 2010" for PV manufacturing technologies at the 25th EU PVSEC and 5th World Conference on Photovoltaic Energy Conversion (WCPEC-5) on September 7, in Vaencia,Spain.
Strengthened tax credit will create more jobs, regain American leadership in solar manufacturing
The performance of crystalline silicon - widely considered a reliable solar module construction - declines amid rising temperatures of rooftop modules, according to studies performed by TÜV Rheinland PTL, LLC, a member of the world's largest solar and photovoltaic testing network.
The public can learn about solar, wind, and other ways to make and save energy at SolWest Fair July 23-25 in John Day, Oregon.
A new engineering and management association for engineers, managers and other professionals in the solar and green energy industries will hold its first general meeting in San Francisco on Thursday, July 15, 2010 from 1-5 p.m.
Web conference features renewable energy policy expert Paul Gipe on feed-in tariff programs worldwide and new report, "Grading North American Feed-in Tariffs."
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