Andreas Bett from Fraunhofer ISE and Hansjörg Lerchenmüller from Soitec Solar awarded for their achievement in solar energy technology
Nexeon, the leading developer of next generation lithium ion battery technology, has been named in the prestigious 2012 Global Cleantech 100, produced by Cleantech Group.
While some consider that there is no future for CSP in the long term, many others strongly believe that there are still plenty of opportunities for the industry, due to the uniqueness and convenience of this technology. Given the dispatchability of the CSP, clean and reliable power can be generated
British cleantech companies feature prominently for 4th year in row; further confirms UK global leadership in low-carbon innovation
Apricus Inc. will be exhibiting at booth #410 at the Architecture Boston Expo this year.
A stalemate in Washington next year over tax reform could help solar developers by preserving the 30 percent investment tax credit for solar projects until it expires at the end of 2016. Regardless of who wins the Nov. 6 U.S. presidential election, Congress is expected to target tax loopholes and government subsidies as part of an effort to rein in federal spending and cut the deficit. But an agreement between Democrats and Republicans is not expected to come easily, and an impasse could keep the ax away form the tax credit. "It's one of those unusual situations where the gridlock that prevails around Congress could actually work to our benefit," Paul Detering, chief executive of San Francisco-based solar project developer Tioga Energy, told the Renewable Energy Finance Forum conference in San Francisco on Thursday.
Thousands of tenants in social housing properties across the UK are set to benefit from reduced energy bills and cleaner, greener, reliable heating this winter thanks to leading renewable energy company, Ice Energy Technologies.
The Taiwan LED lighting manufacturer Aeon Lighting Technology (ALT) has won the 2012 Good Design Award
GE Launches Breakthrough Power Generation Portfolio with Record Efficiency and Flexibility with Natural Gas; Announces Nearly $1.2 Billion in New Orders
New FlexEfficiency* 60 Technology to Power New Projects in the U.S., Saudi Arabia and Japan----- Unprecedented Combination of Efficiency and Flexibility Will Reduce Emissions and Allow Greater Integration of Renewable Energy onto the Grid----- Expanded Portfolio to Include Larger Gas Turbines----- New Gas Turbines to be Built and Tested in Greenville, S.C., and Shipped around the Globe
Mayor Sanders calls the Scripps Ranch Command Center a first in Southern California
Paramount Solar Partners with Clean Power Finance to Offer an Array of Affordable Solar Financing Solutions
Increased Financing Options Encourages Wider Adoption of Clean Solar Energy
Visiting dignitaries gather to view the company's breakthrough 3D light trapping solar cell with exclusive coverage by Bloomberg TV
"First Solar is very pleased to be working again with a leader in renewable energy like PNM"
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