Schools can win an energy retrofit to help make classrooms state-of-the-art green; Winning schools will see substantial energy savings through improved, near-daylight quality of LED lighting
Ontario Solar Academy Launches Scholarship Program for Recent Graduates
PanelClaw, a leader in solar PV mounting systems, announced today UL 2703 electrical bonding and grounding certification for its module mounting components ("Claws"). Certification will drastically reduce grounding costs for solar arrays mounted with PanelClaw products.
Second Annual Expo brings consumers and experts together, May 13-15, Timonium Fairgrounds Expo opens with Governor Martin O'Malley's Energy Summit: A Roundtable on Maryland's Energy Future
In a bid to identify the tipping point between scale and cost efficiency, the latest report from CSP Today, ‘CSP Parabolic Trough Report: Costs and Performance', challenges the conventional wisdom on scale and cost.
While 2011 looks to be a year of success and growth in the global solar industry, there are still challenges to be overcome before it breaks through into the mainstream.
The Powerway waterproof mounting systems are 100% waterproof; yet because of their advanced design they save time and installation costs.
Free training offered by Fronius during ASES - Solar 2011
All time high gasoline prices are providing the growth stimulus needed for makers of rechargeable Lithium-Ion Batteries to achieve profitability and accelerate their penetration of the; automotive, smart grid and stationary power markets in North America.
Toronto, Ontario - April 5, 2011 - Sustainable Energy Technologies Ltd (TSX V:"STG") ("Sustainable Energy" or the "Company") Canada's solar inverter company, announced today that it has completed a private placement of 16,192,858 Units for gross proceeds of $2,267,000 million ("$0.14 per Unit") by way of a non-brokered exempt private placement.
Sustainable Energy Technologies Ltd (TSX V:"STG") ("Sustainable Energy" or the "Company") Canada's solar inverter company, announced today that it has issued 10.85 Units for gross proceeds $1.52 million ("$0.14 per Unit") by way of a non-brokered exempt private placement. The Company expects to close the balance of its previously announced (See News Release dated March 17 2011) private placement shortly.
GREAT LAKES ENERGY,ESEI SOLAR INC. AND SOLAR INCOME FUND PARTNER TO BUILD AND FINANCE 370 kW OF MICRO-FIT SOLAR ENERGY PROJECTS -Supporting the continued growth of the province's solar energy industry-
Changes in solar incentives in key markets such as Germany and Italy are making life difficult for major players such as First Solar, which reported a flat first-quarter revenue and lower earnings on Tuesday afternoon. "With a lot of pending changes, the market started out really slow in 2011," said Rob Gillette, First Solar's CEO, during a conference call with analysts. "We expect the European industry demand to go through a period of adjustment in the second and third quarter." Manufactures saw solar panel prices falling faster than expected, Gillette said, and the lower selling prices were partly responsible for the company's financial results. Europe is the largest solar market, a result of a type of incentive policy that requires utilities to buy solar electricity at government-set, premium prices. The prices are supposed to fall over time as the market grows and production costs drop, but political leaders in Europe in recent years have taken to making extra cuts to curb explosive growth and minimize the impact on consumers, who help to pay for these incentives through their electric bills.
The BZEE Training Centre for Renewable Energy in Husum, Germany, is the first operation in the energy sector worldwide to be awarded the new ISO certificate.
MXenergy offers easy, economical tips to be more energy efficient
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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.