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.

Q1 2011 Solar Deal Volume Comparison

2011 is off to the fastest start from a transaction perspective since this activity has been tracked. The consolidations of solar project portfolios and sales of solar projects continue to dominate the transaction landscape. However, the increased availability of credit has generated a significant increase in private investment both through the acquisition of projects as well as companies within the supply chain.

Careers in Alternative Energy Industries

There's clearly a demand for engineering degrees, particularly mechanical engineers to work on the maintenance and design of wind power components. For the first time ever there's a career path for environmental engineers, as well, as we're witnessing a renaissance of excitement for a field that didn't even exist 5-8 years ago.

Install geothermal loop systems designed for tomorrow's needs

The right heat pump, the right loop system and the right-sized pipe will meet the heating and cooling needs of the entire house or business both now and in the future, ultimately generating proud and satisfied customers and reflecting well on the industry.

Why Japan Will Turn to Solar Energy Following Fukushima

As the dire news continues to leach out of Fukishima, the silver lining in its nuclear cloud is that renewable energy technologies, despite their daunting start-up costs, are receiving renewed scrutiny.

Milbank Moves Into Wind Industry

Milbank studied renewables for years before deciding to enter the industry. Distributed wind generation allows nearly 70% of the US to install their own turbines, to produce their own power and control their own energy costs and consumption.

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)

Shifting the limits - Fronius proves a real visitor magnet at Intersolar 2011

The Austrian quality leader appeared at Intersolar 2011 under its new brand image, "Shifting the limits". The message epitomises what the company stands for: providing services to its customers using state-of-the art technology - to the highest quality levels on the market. By developing innovative

Powerway Develops Self-Owned Brand Ground Screw——Power Screw

Power screw is the fast and cost effective solution to ground mounting system in all known geologies, from loose soil to bedrock, sand, marsh, and slopes up to 30 degrees.

Google Invests $280 Million in SolarCity Project Finance Fund

Google Inc. (GOOG) agreed to put $280 million in a new project financing fund for SolarCity Inc., a financier, installer and owner of rooftop photovoltaic systems, in the Internet search engine's biggest clean-energy investment. The deal with San Mateo, California-based SolarCity is also Google's first investment related to distributed solar energy, Rick Needham, the search engine's director of green business operations, said by telephone yesterday. The investment is a "quadruple-win" because it will enable more homeowners to lower their energy bills while also shifting to renewable energy, allow SolarCity to expand its business and facilitate wider deployment of solar, Needham said. Mountain View, California-based Google will also make a return on capital upfront, he said, since its investment is supported by the Treasury Department's cash grants program. As an alternative to tax credits, the program reimburses investors for 30 percent of project expenditures for solar. The program was created after the 2008 financial crisis to revive spending on clean energy. Projects must begin construction by the end of 2011 to be eligible.

Vertegy Helps Mungenast Lexus Earn LEED Silver

Dealership becomes first LEED®-NC certified Lexus new car dealership built from the ground up in the U.S.

ENERGY CONSUMPTION MONITORING REVOLUTIONIZES HOMEOWNER'S ENERGY MANAGEMENT

Energy Consumption Monitoring Hits the Solar Market

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LG Solar Unveils NeON R with Enhanced Aesthetics and Energy Savings

LG Solar Unveils NeON R with Enhanced Aesthetics and Energy Savings

The NeON R module features "Back Contact" cell technology delivering an entirely black panel that is aesthetically pleasing and energy efficient. The cell's seamless, surface blends perfectly into nearly all rooftop designs while the module's electrodes are positioned on the rear of the cell. Using LG's N-type cell structure, the panels produce 365W of energy, up to 7.3kWp, compared to 5.8kWp of the p-type cell. The module's new design minimizes LID, thereby delivering a longer lifespan and increased energy output.