DuPont Microcircuit Materials Launches New Generation Frontside Silver Photovoltaic Metallizations

Solamet® PV17x Series Helps Set New Standard for Solar Cell Efficiency

REHAU Forms North American Construction Services Department

REHAU has created a new construction services department dedicated to addressing the dynamic needs of its construction industry customers using renewable energy, HVAC and fenestration systems.

WATT Fuel Cell Establishes Joint Venture with Solar Acquisitions Corp.

WATT Fuel Cell Corp., a designer and developer of solid oxide fuel cell (SOFC) systems, announces an agreement granting the company an exclusive worldwide license to fuel cell technology intellectual property (IP) previously developed and implemented at NanoDynamics Energy Inc. As part of the agreement, WATT Fuel Cell has established a joint venture (JV) with Solar Acquisitions Corp. to form Evolution Fuel Cell Inc., an entity licensed to develop the IP for applications up to 500W.

When it Comes to Lighting, Most Americans Support «Going Green»

New USA Today/Gallup poll shows most Americans favor phasing out incandescent light bulbs and "going green."

A Bright Solar Powered Future For Energy Solar Systems of Cumming, Georgia

It may be a while before everyone catches on to a solar roof to offset their homes' energy costs, but some in the community believe the future is bright for solar energy. Energy Solar Systems in Cumming, Georgia has become committed to the cause of going green as a business model.

Las Virgenes Unified School District-Conference For Solar Project Respondents Set For Feb 24th

Mandatory conference for potential installers of the two Las Virgenes Unified School District solar projects (Agoura and Calabasas High Schools) on February 24th at 9:30am at Calabasas High School. Pure Power Advisors is managing RFP process.

Intersolar AWARD - Highlighting Innovation for a Solar-powered Future

Intersolar invites international solar companies to submit applications for the solar industry's most distinguished award for innovation

DuPont Delivers New Science-Powered Innovations for Solar Energy

Continued Strong Pipeline of Photovoltaic Technologies Key to Reducing Dependence on Fossil Fuels

Solar Power Comes to Saudi Arabia in a Big Way as Peak Oil Looms

Saudi Arabia is the world's largest exporter of oil. But as experts and WikiLeaks previously detailed--the country's oil supply may be fast dwindling and that has made renewable energy options, such as solar, that much more appealing. Just this week the country announced that construction of its largest solar power plant will be completed by September--and this just days after WikiLeaks reports about exaggerated oil quantities from the country hit the news. "The solar market in the Gulf region is still in its infancy," said Klaus Friedl, general manager of Phoenix Solar, the firm contracted to build the new solar plant. "There is, however, a huge potential for solar power plants in Saudi Arabia." The concern over oil shortages is no longer limited to supplying foreign countries--the rate of domestic consumption in Saudi Arabia is set to triple in the next 20 years to 120 gigawatts, which means that Saudis could foreseeably consume all of their oil just for themselves. "It's really a preservation decision using solar for domestic consumption and keeping your oil for more lucrative export markets," said Vahid Fotuhi, Middle East director of BP Solar. "Right now, out of the 8 million barrels per day they produce, over 3 million barrels per day are consumed domestically, mainly for power generation. That figure is growing 8 percent per annum," said Fotuhi.

New Processes for a Growing Global Market

Intersolar Europe presents more efficient technologies and more innovative equipment and machinery for photovoltaic production

Energy performance India vs. Spain: As the DNI values are similar, how is the energy yield?

Technical Top Tip courtesy of Suntrace Solar Resource Assessment

OPDE starts work in Italy on 6 photovoltaic solar plants that will reach 26 MWp

The company OPDE ITALIA has started the construction of six new photovoltaic solar farms in the region of Piedmont that will reach a total power of 26 MW.

Keeping in the Heat

A South Carolina weatherization program that has made area homes more energy efficient could have a significant affect in the local economy for decades to come.

TwentyNinety Wins Shell Springboard

Cleantech developer TwentyNinety has won a Shell Springboard award, for its innovative photovoltaic technology Active Array™.

Corvus Energy to Supply Lithium-Ion-Powered Batteries to Foss Hybrid Retrofit Project

Based on the success of its first hybrid tug, Carolyn Dorothy, Foss announced plans in August 2010 to retrofit a sister vessel, Campbell Foss, with the Foss/Aspin Kemp and Associates (AKA) XeroPoint hybrid system and Corvus batteries.

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