"Firestorm" Supercomputer to Help Maximize Turbine Performance
Bumper crop under construction in 3Q shows U.S. tax incentive is working
EDP joins industry association dedicated to growing North American markets for renewable energy
Vishay Intertechnology Releases Industry's First CAT IV High-Voltage Isolation Optocouplers in Surface-Mount Packages for Solar and Wind Turbine Installations
Devices Are VDE-Certified for CAT IV Installations With Transient Overvoltage Protection of 12,000 V and Recurring Peak Voltage of 1,450 VPEAK
AllCell and the International Copper Association have developed a more efficient lithium-ion battery pack by employing innovative thermal management techniques.
There is a growing American obsession with finding ways to save energy and to join the green movement, but there is a lot of misinformation floating around. We recently sat down with AGBeat, an online business resource for entrepreneurs and businesses, to discuss solar energy.
The new PV factory combines the production of UNI-SOLAR(R) PV laminates with Marcegaglia's metal products to produce the perfect product for PV-integrated, insulated metal roofing panels.
In a web conference Environmental analyst Seth Cutler will examine the opportunities for a market that is forecast to reach $20 billion by 2020
NANJING, China, October 27, 2011 -- ET Solar Group Corp. ("ET Solar"), a China-based vertically integrated producer and provider of Photovaltaic ("PV") modules and related solutions to the global solar market, today announces introduction of anti-reflective modules globally.
The Midwest Renewable Energy Association announces registration deadline for "early bird" discounts.
Nearly 600 Energy Storage Projects Have Been Announced or Deployed Worldwide, According to Pike Research
Remote sensing demonstration event planned in Santiago; Geotek S.A. begins agreement by installing the Triton for Mainstream Renewable Power in Chile
Developing biofuels continues to be a bright spot in the cleantech world. Two startups, plant genetic engineering company Chromatin and biofuel producer ZeaChem, announced separately on Tuesday that they have raised new rounds of funding. Chicago-based Chromatin said it has lined up $10 million – the first close of the D round – from investors including the venture arm of oil giant BP and the investing arm of product firm Unilever. Chromatin has developed a technology to genetically modify energy crops so that they grow fast and abundant, and its plant of choice if sorghum, a grass with some desirable, natural characteristics as a bioenergy feedstock, such as a high tolerance for drought and heat.
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