Memorandum of Understanding for Investment and Growth in Hawaii and China
- Finance Forum in San Francisco to kick-off year of events highlighting the dynamic growth of the geothermal market -
In September 2011, SGS was awarded a contract to conduct In-Service Inspection of wind turbines in Chaonan and Dahao wind farms in Guangdong, China by China Resources New Energy Group Co., Ltd. (CRNE).
The Fronius Quality Manager for Germany recently conducted an online survey to assess customer satisfaction. The results speak for themselves: The customers surveyed clearly feel that they have a very good relationship with Fronius.
A recent report by Bloomberg New Energy Finance demonstrated that, in spite of plunging stock prices, investment in utility scale renewable energy was higher in Q3 than in any other quarter and up by 16% compared to this time last year. The second shock of the report was that it was the US cleantech sector taking the lead in terms of investment, overtaking the usual front runners Europe and China. This seemingly positive news is however tainted with some worries from investors and the cleantech sector. Some believe Solyndra's high profile collapse will affect government support of renewable incentives, whilst others expect the expiry of the Treasury cash grant at the end of the year to dampen the development of utility scale projects. Building upon Bloomberg New Energy Finance's findings, Green Power Conferences and the Solar Power Generation USA congress invited over 35,000 professionals from the solar and finance communities to take part in a 5 minute survey to assess industry confidence for 2012. Despite expected difficulties in the market, over 60% of respondents thought that investment in the utility scale solar sector would increase in 2012, whilst 20% thought it would stay the same as 2011 levels.
Special topics highlighted at the upcoming SOLAR THERMAL '11 Conference.
Over 35,000 solar professionals were invited to take part in Solar power generation USA survey, assessing solar confidence in the US. The results are now in.
privatization of Nigerias power industry
Soitec receives regulatory approval of power purchase agreements totaling 155 megawatts for California projects
Announcement Represents Significant Step Forward in Soitec's Expansion Plans and Strategy in the United States
SunCarrier Services (SCS) Italia S.r.l., the Italian subsidiary of the Swiss-based meeco Group has finalized the transfer of seven photovoltaic-projects in October totaling 7 MWp. All of the projects are located in the region of Puglia, South West Italy.
The U.S. Commerce Department said it would investigate whether Chinese companies sell solar panels in the United States at unfair discounts and receive illegal government subsidies. The trade spat, one of several sensitive economic and trade issues between the United States and China, could lead to steep duties on imports of Chinese panels and help struggling domestic manufacturers. The action is opposed by companies in the U.S. solar industry that count on importing cheap panels to boost solar power generation. It comes as the administration of President Obama faces criticism from Republicans in Congress about domestic aid to solar and other renewable energy companies. The Commerce Department said Wednesday that it had accepted a petition from SolarWorld Industries Americas Inc. Last month, the company asked the U.S. government to slap duties on Chinese solar cells and modules.
Renewable methane from wind and sun in the tank: The Stuttgart system supplier and Ingolstadt automobile company signed a contract in October 2011 for planning, delivery, installation and commissioning of an e-gas facility. Further development of the new technology uses not only sustainable mobility.
Bulgaria is on the verge of becoming the world's leading solar power producer with large international solar projects and significant solar potential equal to that of Northern Spain and exceeding Germany by 10 – 15%.
Following a soft launch over this past summer, www.RoboticsTomorrow.com has officially published its first full online eMagazine issue and followed with its first monthly eNewsletter.
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