US Concentrated Solar Power Industry receives its biggest boost yet by American DoE

2011 will go down In the CSP history books as an excellent year.

Industrial Sectors Promising for Solar Energy Applications:

Automobiles, Dairy, Electroplating, Food processing, Leather, Pharmaceutical, Pulp and Paper and Textile sectors were ranked as most promising industrial sectors for solar energy applications in a recently concluded study by GIZ.

American Biogas Council Reaches 100 Members - Revised 6/16/11

The American Biogas Council Reaches 100 Members. This revised press release corrects the job title and name of Mr. Harrison Clay.

Solectria Chosen to Power the Sonoma Valley Unified School District

WESCO Distribution places order for 2.5MW of inverters for 28 PV systems for 10 schools in the district

American Biogas Council Reaches 100 Members

The American Biogas Council, the trade group representing the biogas industry in the United States, now has 100 members.

U.S. Solar Energy Industry Continues Record-Setting Growth in 2011

U.S. solar market continues strong growth in Q1 2011, both in new installed capacity and increases in U.S. solar manufacturing.

World's First Self-Powered Modular Cellulose Ethanol Refinery Announced

New product will include cellulose feedstock grown in shipping containers along with the container based ethanol refinery

U.S. Solar Energy Industry Continues Record-Setting Growth in 2011

U.S. solar market continues strong growth in Q1 2011, both in new installed capacity and increases in U.S. solar manufacturing.

SEEC: House GOP cutting American competitiveness, subsidizing yesterday's dirty energy industries

WASHINGTON, DC – Today the House of Representatives Sustainable Energy & Environment Coalition (SEEC) blasted Republican legislation that makes enormous cuts to Department of Energy (DOE) programs that support American innovation and economic competitiveness in growing clean energy industries.

The international engineering firm Cobra Group joins CSP Today USA 2011

As the 5th CSP Today USA 2011 (29-30 June, Las Vegas) prepares to open its doors, new Gold Sponsor Cobra Group have partnered with the CSP industry's leading event

International PV experts gather in Berlin on June 28 -29

How to optimise your PV balance of systems and maximise efficiency for improved profit margins will be the topic discussed.

GE and Gehrlicher Solar Team up to Build Solar Parks Worldwide

Construction of First Project Underway in Aschheim, Germany

SolWest Offers Professional Training in Solar Electric and Solar Thermal

SolWest Fair, in John Day, Oregon (July 29-31) offers over 50 workshops free with fair entry. In addition to the regular workshops during SolWest weekend, in-depth training will be offered for renewable energy professionals and others who wish to learn a subject in more depth.

PowerWind launches 500 kW wind turbine in Great Britain

PowerWind GmbH has developed a 500 kW turbine for the British market. The PowerWind 500 is now available. Equipped with a generator with a rated power of 500 kW, the turbine meets all technical requirements for the current, highly profitable feed-in tariff of 19.7 pence/kWh.

Amitec's SolGuard™ - a ground-breaking approach for solar installations management

Amitec, a leading developing firm of renewable energy applications has announced the launching of a new revolutionary Expert System module for SolGuard™. This module will be presented in InterSolar North America 2011 (12-14 July)

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