Black Photon Instruments Achieves Success with its Measurement Technology for Concentrating Systems

Fraunhofer ISE spin-off company presents products at the CPV Conference in Toledo

Senator Carl Levin visits Danotek and voices support for the wind industry and extension to the Production Tax Credit (PTC)

The wind industry, and Danotek in particular, seeks a long-term extension of the PTC at full value to ensure consistency and market certainty

The meeco Group refines its brand identity strategy

Former SunCarrier Services subsidiaries in Spain, Italy and Greece will be named meeco

Walgreens and Car Charging Group Expand Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Services in Orlando and Tampa/St. Petersburg, Florida

Companies Plan to Broaden Access to EV Charging Stations Across More Cities in Florida and Other States

UNI-SOLAR(R) Outperforms Competition at the University of Notre Dame

UNI-SOLAR Laminates Part of Thin-Film Solar Photovoltaic (PV) Demonstration Installation

GE's 2.5 Series Wind Turbines Top 2 Gigawatts of Capacity Worldwide

2,000+ GE Wind Turbines with 100+ Meter Rotor will be in Operation Globally by End of 2012----- 2.5-Megawatt Technology Featured in Two of the World's Largest Wind Projects----- 2.5 Fleet Surpasses 7 Million Hours of Operation

World's Most Efficient Wind Turbine to Make European Debut at 50-Megawatt Fina Enerji Project in Turkey

GE's 1.6-100 Wind Turbine Offers Highest Productivity in Its Class----- Tayakadin Project to Supply Clean Energy for 14,000 Turkish Homes----- New Machine Builds on Experience of GE's 17,500+ Unit Global Fleet

SNEC (2012) PV POWER EXPO Ready to be Unveiled in Shanghai

The perspective markets will be in China, South Asia and other developing countries where there are the emerging and promising lands for solar PV.

SNEC (2012) PV POWER EXPO to Draw Industry Leaders

PV Power Expo to bring 2,200 exhibitors, and covering 200,000 sqm space, the world's largest PV show

ELECTRIC VEHICLE BATTERY PRICES DOWN 14% YEAR ON YEAR

New index shows price of vehicle-grade lithium-ion batteries is dropping rapidly, due to excess manufacturing capacity and weak demand

Centrosolar Introduces Two New Products at the Intersolar Trade Fair

Ultra-light glass/glass module----- The Cenpilot energy management system: for clever household energy management

Solar Energy International's Carol Weis is the Epitomy of Earth Week

April 16-22 is not just Earth Week, it is also Solar Energy International's spring fundraising campaign week.

Rainmakers: How GE Engineers Squeeze Savings from the Digital Cloud

Data centers guzzle down 2% of the electric grid’s capacity and run up $2 billion worth of monthly utility bills. Furthermore, it’s estimated that by 2020, CO2 emissions from data centers will top the emissions by the airline industry.  How do we get the cloud under control? One solution might be improving the efficiency in how data centers draw electricity in from the grid.  A recent post from GE Reports takes a look at how 99% of this electricity could be pulled in more efficiently by bypassing ‘filters’ when they’re not absolutely necessary. If all data centers (‘the cloud’) did this, we’d be able to save 4,000 megawatts of electricity worth more than $3 billion per year.

Rudolph/Libbe associates achieve LEED ‘Green Associate' status

Rudolph/Libbe project engineers Sahr Charley and Kyle Kreft, both of Toledo, have earned LEED Green Associate status through the U.S. Green Building Council.

DIRTY ENERGY Screening at Dallas Intl. Film Festival Marks 2-Yr. Anniv. of Gulf Coast Oil Spill

The documentary DIRTY ENERGY by filmmaker and director Bryan D. Hopkins will screen at this year's Dallas International Film Festival in conjunction with the two-year anniversary of the Gulf Coast Oil Spill. The film focuses on the oil spill's continued impact on local fishermen and residents.

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