Solar Photovoltaic Demand in 2012 Falls Short of 30 GW Mark, Reports NPD Solarbuzz

Annual growth rate declines to ten-year low as industry prepares for emerging markets to drive new opportunities

University-Affiliated Business Applies for Patent for Solar-Cell Efficiency Technology

Silicon Solar Solutions receives $150,000 grant for invention

Water Heaters Help Wind Turbines

Residential electric water heaters and furnaces, refrigerated warehouses, and commercial heating and cooling loads can help the power grid accommodate variable wind energy.

Fuel Cells Etc. Announces ELAT(TM) Gas Diffusion Layer (GDL) is Back at a Fraction of the Cost

The new price of ELAT is expected to make the product far more suitable in cost sensitive applications than it has ever been in the past.

Trojan Battery Receives Frost & Sullivan 2013 "Innovative Enterprise" Award

Trojan Battery was recognized for its innovative use of technology and equipment at its Lithonia, Ga. manufacturing facility.

Renewable Energy Leaders assessing the Ontario Feed-In Tariff

The forum will be the first opportunity for the industry to understand the new direction for renewable energy in Ontario under the province's new Premier Kathleen Wynne.

All-Energy Exhibition & Conference announces North American debut

Toronto chosen as site for premier renewable energy event, All-Energy Canada, in April, 2014

SGS Gives Successful QHSE Presentation at Renewable UK (RUK) Health & Safety Conference in Sheffield

SGS successfully held a presentation on quality, health, safety and environment (QHSE) in wave and tidal projects at the Renewable UK (RUK) Health and Safety Conference in Sheffield on January 31, 2013.

ALTA Energy, A Promising Start

Bengaluru-based Alta Energy started operations in 2010 and has successfully showcased its technology for a telecom tower owned by Viom Networks, a joint venture between Tata Teleservices Limited and Quippo, a SREI Group enterprise.

Cleantech Fellows Institute Announces New Executive Director to Lead Expanded Vision

Steven Berens' industry experience delivers a solid foundation of strategic cleantech insight and startup creativity to expand the Institute's scope

American Roll Form Products Opens a Facility in North Las Vegas, Nevada

Painesville, OH – American Roll Form Products (ARFP), a manufacturer of custom roll formed products, recently opened a 40,000 square foot satellite facility in North Las Vegas, Nevada. The primary focus of this facility is to support customers and projects located in the Southwestern U.S. market.

TREIA's Texas Energy Independence Week Focuses on Renewable Energy

Texas Renewable Energy Industries Association, TREIA recognizes Texas Energy Independence to focus attention on the role of renewable energy in helping Texas become more energy independent. Informative forums address issues that affect the renewable energy industry's ability to thrive.

The most powerful TL3 ever – and the most popular

The Powador 60.0 TL3 is in great demand

SCIENTISTS PUBLISH FIRST IN-DEPTH ANALYSIS OF ALGAE PARASITE IMPACT ON SCALABLE ALGAE BIOFUEL PRODUCTION IN PLOS ONE JOURNAL

New Research Identifies Key Challenge of Algae Crop Protection in Open-Pond Systems; Paves Way for Innovative Development of Sustainable Management Systems and Yield Improvement

Market entry: Conergy builds first solar power plant in Tunisia for desalination plant

100% own consumption: solar for drinking water production in arid desert region

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