Siemens Offers Components for Distributed Power Generation

Company Announces Distributed Power Generation Pilot Project With Eastern Wind Power for a 50kW Vertical Wind Turbine

AWS Truepower and Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory Collaborate on Department of Energy Project

Improved wind power generation forecasts alert wind control room operators in extreme conditions

SIEMENS OFFERS COMPONENTS FOR DISTRIBUTED POWER GENERATION

Company Announces Distributed Power Generation Pilot Project with Eastern Wind Power for a 50kW Vertical Wind Turbine

Ballard Signs Supply Agreement With A Major European OEM For Fuel Cell Bus Modules

Second sale to Van Hool, strengthening relationship with one of Europe's largest original equipment manufacturers of buses 21 FCvelocityTM-HD6 modules to power zero-emission buses

Sol, Inc. Hires Southeast and Western Regional Managers

Sol, Inc., the leading provider of solar LED outdoor lighting solutions, is pleased to announce that the company has hired Curtis Mickey as Southeast Regional Manager and Scott Douglas as Western Regional Manager.

More than twenty UK wind farm sites adopt Natural Power's ForeSite™ wind forecasting service for energy trading and grid notification purposes

In the last six months more than twenty wind farms in the UK have moved to leading renewable energy consultancy group, Natural Power, to provide their wind farm production forecasting service, ForeSite for energy trading or grid notification purposes. The sites total more than 1GW of wind power capacity across the UK.

Blue Sky Energy Solar Equipment Donation Drives Santa Cruz Emissions Reduction Initiative

Blue Sky Energy Advances Solar & Wind Power Innovation at Santa Cruz Wharf

Daetwyler Clean Energy announces installation of Modular PV Racking System for Biltmore Estates

Huntersville, NC: Daetwyler Clean Energy (DCE) announces the installation of a 1.2MW ground mount system for Biltmore Estates, Ashville, NC.

First Solar stock plunges 20%

Shares in solar power company First Solar fell over 20% in early trading Wednesday after the firm lowered its sales forecast for 2011. The Arizona-based company, which is a leading maker of thin-film solar panels and also a developer of solar power projects, predicted net sales in 2011 of $2.8 to $2.9 billion. That's down from earlier projections of $3.0 to $3.3 billion. The company said the lower sales were due to delays in its projects caused by weather and "other factors," but predicted a healthy 2012. "Our diverse business model and robust project pipeline will help First Solar generate a significant amount of cash in 2012 while improving operational efficiencies," Mike Ahearn, Chairman and Interim CEO of First Solar, said in a statement Wednesday.

Waste Management - Bulgaria

According to official data from the Ministry of Environment and Water, the state's gross waste output accounts to more than 2.5 million metric tons on a year basis.

Indian CSP - Concentrating efforts to meet the JNNSN deadline

CSP Today reveals the important steps Indian developers are taking to meet the JNNSM deadline in May 2013.

Energy firm cancels price rise

A small energy firm has cancelled its upcoming price rise, a decision which has been welcomed by consumer groups.

REFUsol Solar Inverters Receive UL Certificate

In-demand inverters will ship from Greenville, SC, in early 2012

GE WattStation™ Electric Vehicle Charger Available at Amazon.com

Just in time for the holidays, EV drivers can now buy GE's wall-mounted EV charging station online by simply clicking and buying it on Amazon.com, just like any other product

SUCCESSFUL KICK OFF FOR INTERSOLAR CHINA

Freiburg/Pforzheim, Germany, and Beijing, China, December 13, 2011 – Intersolar China, China's international exhibition for the solar industry, drew to a close on Friday, December 9, 2011. In total, 130 exhibitors from 13 countries attended the inaugural exhibition, which took place at the China National Convention Center in Beijing. The organizers welcomed about 4,500 visitors from all over the world. The Intersolar China Conference, which ran one day offset to the exhibition from December 6–8 at the InterContinental Hotel in Beijing, was also a big success. Nearly 60 speakers presented the latest technologies, industry trends and developments in global solar markets to 492 attendees. The organizers, partners, exhibitors and visitors were particularly impressed with the superior quality of the conference talks and the level of international participation at the exhibition.

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