Sustainability is the life blood of cities and in today's increasingly urbanized world, coping with rising demands for better infrastructure, more energy, clean water and adequate housing is a global challenge.
The U.S. Commerce Department said on Thursday it was launching an investigation that could lead to steep import duties on more than $100 million worth of wind energy towers from China and Vietnam. The decision adds to the friction in clean energy trade between the world's two largest economies. The Commerce Department is already investigating charges that Chinese solar panel manufacturers engage in unfair trade practices and will issue a preliminary decision on duties next month. The Wind Tower Trade Coalition, a group of U.S. producers, had previously said it was asking for anti-dumping duties of 64 percent on imports from China and 59 percent from Vietnam. But in its announcement, the department said China was alleged to undercut U.S. wind tower prices by 213.54 percent and Vietnam by 140.54 to 143.29 percent.
NEWBURYPORT, Mass. (January 3, 2012) Mersen has completed the acquisition of Eldre as planned. The acquisition of Eldre is part of Mersen's strategy to support its partners in the development of the power electronic application market with the critical components that improve system reliability and safety.
With Mersen's new Select-A-SPD® Online tool, you can quickly and accurately choose the right Surge Protection Device (SPD) for your equipment.
Ontario Government Partners with Innovative Company to Pilot New System
European companies not in the top 10 in 3Q'11, despite high demand in Europe
Approval paves way for next stage of 150 MW Oakfield Wind Project that will deliver even more economic benefits to Aroostook County and enough power for 48,000 homes
Intertek's wind power services reduce risk and increase global market access
SPI to construct 400 KW Solar System for Volkswagen's U.S. emission laboratory and technical center in Oxnard, California
MidAmerican Energy Holdings Company Completes Minority Acquisition of NRG's Agua Caliente Solar Project
While the entire 290-megawatt solar photovoltaic (PV) project, located in Yuma County, Ariz., is expected to reach final completion in 2014, the first 30-megawatt phase of Agua Caliente is expected to begin commercial operation tomorrow, January 19.
In this role, Mr. Nell will be responsible for implementing the company's regional strategy in Germany and the surrounding countries, in addition to enhancing the local distribution channels and support infrastructure.
Polysilicon Prices Hit Record Low in 2011; Will Head Even Lower Enabling $0.70 per Watt Solar Panels in 2012
GTM Research's report on polysilicon examines the epic price declines of 2011, the effect on the larger PV supply chain and the future of the polysilicon market
Much anticipated KD 315 is Kyocera's highest output module to date
The two companies held a kick-off meeting with Homestead Community Development Corporation (HCDC) to coordinate the next steps on the project.
Installations to be connected to the grid by end of Q1 2012
Records 17026 to 17040 of 24900
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