PV Manufacturing in the U.S. – A vision for the future
Fresh moves are being made to further enhance the Mid West Region's status as a sustainable energy region.
Participants in the online survey will be reviewing and evaluating a set of Small Wind Entry Level Learning Objectives.
The U.S. Department of Commerce (DOC) on May 17 announced a preliminary determination in its antidumping investigation of imports of crystalline silicon PV cells from China.
Flip-the-Switch Ceremony honors Orange County's "green" initiative to save $4 -6 Million
Prestigious Speaker Line-Up from Trina Solar, JA Solar, ReneSola, and Jinko Enhanced by Chinese Solar Authorities CGN and National Development and Reform Commission
Schletter Inc. announces plans to move its current headquarters to a mid-Atlantic state creating the ability to manufacture PV mounting systems in three facilities in North America
Despite continuous price pressure, falling costs expected to enable positive margins for best of class suppliers
Swedish Energy Developer Triventus to Install GE's Wind Turbines near Falkenberg----- Triventus Wind Farm Scheduled to Begin Operating in Second Quarter of 2013----- Project Illustrates Growing Popularity of GE's Wind Energy Technology in Sweden
The new REFUlog app now has tabular statistics as well as a new user-friendly page in landscape format for tables and graphs.
Services Help Identify, Avoid Common Operational Failure Risks
The go kart's batterythe key to the vehicle's outstanding performancewas constructed using 1200 lithium-ion cells.
SolarReserve recognized by its peers as the company that has most advanced the CSP industry's reputation and development at the CSP Today USA 2012 industry conference
In the U.S., more than 19 MW of small wind energy systems were installed, with revenues totaling $115 million. More than 7,300 small wind turbines were installed in the U.S. in 2011. While the U.S. small wind turbine market decreased 26 percent in 2011, exports drove a 13.4 percent increase in U.S. manufacturer sales, according to AWEA’s 2011 Small Wind Turbine Market Report, which was released in full this week. A fact sheet on the report’s results was released in the spring, and now the full report is available online. In the U.S., more than 19 MW of small wind systems were installed, with revenues totaling $115 million. More than 7,300 small wind turbines were installed in the U.S. in 2011 for the sixth consecutive year (for comparison purposes, almost twice the number of utility-scale turbines installed). More than 150,000 total small wind turbines have been installed cumulatively in the last decade, and in 2011, cumulative installed U.S. capacity increased to 198 MW. Four U.S. manufacturers reported annual sales greater than 1 MW, and 27 manufacturers with a U.S. presence reported sales of 60 turbine models. While domestic sales by U.S. manufacturers accounted for an 80 percent share of the U.S. market by capacity and 90 percent of turbines sold, 54 percent of U.S. manufacturers’ output went to foreign markets—a major increase from 2010.
First multi-pin connector to meet the photovoltaic industry requirements in UL 6703A
Records 17041 to 17055 of 26439
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