AlsoEnergy PowerTrack™ Software Streamlines Business Processes with New Reporting and Collaboration Features

New features offer the solar industry's most advanced customizable application for on-demand portfolio reporting and financial analysis

New Solar Financing Now Available In California

Financial Institution aims to make solar financing more accessable and affordable to Californians

UK Recognizes Opportunity in Canadian Low-Carbon, Sustainability Sectors

British companies showcase "low-carbon" know-how at GLOBE

Renewable Energy Stocks News: SALAMON GROUP (OTCQB:SLMU) Reports Appointment of Stephane Bertrand to

LAS VEGAS, NV - March 14, 2012 (Investorideas.com renewable energy newswire) SALAMON GROUP, INC. (OTCQB: SLMU.PK) announces that Mr. Stéphane Bertrand has been appointed as a member of the Company's Board of Directors.

Silicon Energy's Made-in-Washington Inverters Qualify for Washington Solar Production Incentive

Silicon Energy, a manufacturer of world-class solar photovoltaic (PV) systems for the North American market, today announced that its new SiE3840 and SiE5300 Solar Inverters received the Washington State Department of Revenue's "Made in Washington" approval.

CleanTech Outlook - Why Sentiment and Subsidy Will Not Get You There - Interview with Venture Capitalist Lincoln Bleveans

This is an interview with Lincoln Bleveans the CEO of Hullspeed Energy Development & Finance. Lincoln is a seasoned energy industry executive whose 15-year career has spanned domestic and international greenfield IPP development, acquisition, management, and divestiture, utility holding company governance, financial reporting, restructuring, and compliance as well as start-up and board experience.

Senate Rejects Measure To Extend Wind Energy Production Tax Credit

The U.S. Senate has voted to reject an amendment to S.1813, the Surface Transportation Bill, that would have extended several important renewable energy incentives - including the production tax credit (PTC) for wind power - for one year. The measure, introduced by Sen. Debbie Stabenow, D-Mich., also called for an extension of the Section 48C advanced energy manufacturing tax credit, which expired in 2010, as well as an extension of the Section 1603 cash-grant program. Although the vote on the measure was even at 49-49, the amendment required 60 votes to pass, and was, therefore, not agreed to. The news comes as a disappointment to the wind industry, which was hoping for a boon in an uncertain economic climate. Read full article here:  

EWEA 2012: TÜV SÜD ensures safe and profitable wind energy

At the EWEA in Copenhagen visitors can inform themselves between 16 and 19 April 2012 (Hall E, Stand E-C71)about about the comprehensive services of TÜV SÜD in the field of wind energy and about the possibilities offered by the LIDAR technology.

DEGERenergie sets up distribution in Australia – Florian Falk Naumann appointed Country Manager

Horb, Germany, March 2011. After establishing a production facility in Australia, DEGERenergie now is setting up a dedicated distribution structure there. For this purpose, the company has recruited Florian Falk Naumann as Country Manager for Australia.

DEGERenergie stops CPV development - "CPV unprofitable in the foreseeable future"

Horb am Neckar, Germany, March 2011. DEGERenergie will not pursue development in the field of Concentrating Photovoltaics (CPV) any longer. This was recently announced by the company. DEGERenergie is the global market leader for solar tracking systems.

Renewables Tax Extensions up for Vote, Senate considers amendment

The U.S. Senate is expected to vote Tuesday on a proposal that would extend renewable energy tax incentives and restore the cash grant program that saved the industry during the depths of the recession. The proposals are included in an amendment offered by Senator Debbie Stabenow (D-Mich.), who introduced Senate Amendment 1812, which would extend the production tax credit (PTC) for one year, until the end of 2013, as well as extend the 1603 investment tax credit, the 48(C) manufacturing tax credit, in addition to including biodiesel and other provisions. Amendment 1812 includes several provisions, including credits for biofuels and advanced manufacturing tax breaks. But the parts of most interest to renewables are a one-year extension of the PTC for wind energy and a restoration of the “cash grants in lieu of the credit” which expired at the end of last year.

Sollega InstaRack now available in Ontario

Sollega Inc., manufacturer of ballasted solar PV racking now enters the Canadian market. The InstaRack 15 degree ballasted racking system will be available in Ontario, Canada starting in the second quarter of 2012. The InstaRack15 is engineered for the Canadian market and is entirely manufactured in

Prices for Lithium Ion Batteries Will Fall by More Than One-Third by 2017, Helping to Drive EV Adoption, Forecasts Pike Research

Electric vehicles (EVs) have a significant role to play in both of those areas, and while EVs will continue to be a niche market through the remainder of this decade, the global automotive industry is beginning to move away from the internal combustion engine and toward electric drivetrains.

SemiSouth Announces 2nd Major Capacity Expansion Within 18 Months

Additional $18 M accelerates availability of energy-efficient power devices for solar, wind, traction-drive, & hybrid/electric auto industries Investment will spur continued growth of clean-tech jobs in Mississippi

New Three-Year Partnership Formed Between VRDT Corporation and Harbin Coslight Power Co., Ltd, a China Corporation, Which Includes Joint Development and Sales of Advanced Batteries and Energy Storage Systems

The three-year agreement officially welcomes Coslight into the Verdant Ecosystem of products and services designed to bring together solutions for greater energy efficiency and availability at a lower cost.

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