SKF receives SEK 350 million order from Vestas

KYOCERA and SOFTBANK Tying-Up to Build 4.2MW Mega-Solar Project in Kyoto, Japan

Project aims to be operating on July 1 to take advantage of new feed-in tariff

Dr.-Ing. Bernd Krautkremer, Fraunhofer Institute IWES, Head of Bioenergy System Technology, Germany, is Conference General Chairman of the 20th European Biomass Conference and Exhibition

The 20th European Biomass Conference and Exhibition (20th EU BC&E) will take place in downtown Milan, Italy on June this year. The Conference will run from 18 to 22 June and the Exhibition from 18 to 21 June. Dr. Krautkremer is supported by the Technical Programme Coordination group composed of Dr. Heinz Ossenbrink, Dr. David Baxter and Dr. Jean-François Dallemand, Joint Research Centre (JRC), Institute for Energy and Transport, European Commission. The International Scientific Committee, composed of more than 140 experts from the global scientific community contributes to set-up the EU BC&E Conference programme to the highest scientific standards.

Ecotech's "Women in Renewable Energy" Club Mirrors Department of Labor Push to Get More Women Interested in Green Jobs

"Why Green Is Your Color: A Woman's Guide to a Sustainable Career" Offers Insights for Exploring a Green Career Path

Running cars on sun and water

Fraunhofer ISE inaugurates solar hydrogen filling station

MENA set to spearhead Solar developments as CSP & PV grind to a halt in the western world

The solar community in the Western world is undergoing radical change in 2012. Falling PV prices and the ending of the DOE loan guarantees in the US have hit the CSP industry hard, making it difficult to secure the necessary political and financial support to continue development.

The CSP industry gears up to meet in Delhi

All eyes are on Indian project developers as the global CSP community meets in Delhi on 14-15 March

PNS Energy Introduces Revolutionary Solar Modules, Manufactured in the U.S.A.

PNS Energy is proud to announce the release of their newest product line, the Short Stack Solar Module, from their newest division, Anywhere Solar Technologies. These mini-modules are small strips that snap together for easy design and installation

J. Peter Lynch's Solar Portfolio Outperforms Market by 300%

New York, New York - March 5, 2012 - Solar stocks commentary; Investor Ideas www.Investorideas.com, a leader in renewable energy stock research for independent investors releases solar stocks commentary from solar expert, J Peter Lynch. Mr. Lynch discusses his portfolio of solar stocks ant their per

American Biogas Council Supports Clean Energy Standard

Legislation will accelerate biogas industry growth at no cost to tax payers

Volt production halted; 1,300 workers out of work

Facing a significant backlog of unsold inventory, General Motors will shut down production of the Chevrolet Volt for five weeks. The maker has notified 1,300 workers at the GM plant in Detroit that they will be idled from March 19 through April 23 while assembly operations are idled. But the maker insists the latest setback is not a sign of long-term problems for the plug-in hybrid, noting that Volt sales in February jumped 70 percent over the prior month. “We’re going to do what we need to the keep production in line with what the market demands,” said GM spokesperson Michelle Malcho. She noted that demand has been recovering in the wake of reports, late last year, that several Volt battery packs had caught fire following federal crash tests. Read Full Article here:

Exemptions to EU ROHS II Directive Undergoing Stakeholder Consultation

The Öko-Institut and Fraunhofer IZM will provide assistance to the European Commission with a technical review of the requests for exemption from substance restrictions of the RoHS II Directive 2011/65/EU that have been posted by Electrical and Electronics industry.

New Training Ground for Barnet to be Solar Powered

League 2 side, Barnet FC have announced that their new training ground is set to be powered by solar energy.

Rudolph/Libbe associates achieve LEED Green Associate status

Rudolph/Libbe project engineers Ryan Fisher, Troy Fritch and Ashley McGill have earned LEED Green Associate status through the U.S. Green Building Council.

A New Generation Grid-Inverter

The high AC and DC voltages have the advantage that line losses can be reduced almost everywhere in the system. Firstly, in the inverter, which forms the part of efficiency gain, and secondly the cable losses in the PV installation, which will be significantly lowered. In addition, the installation costs for cabling and the associated costs are reduced.

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