The event encourages the investments, transfer of good practices and technologies to the Regional market where foreign companies can find plenty of opportunities
The event will be the most significant meeting point for business and knowledge exchange in the Region of South-East Europe
Since December of 2008, GA Power has been testing various types of solar panels on their building to get a better understanding of solar technology and find out which type panels work best in the hot, humid, and often hazy Southeastern climate.
Solid oxide fuel cell (SOFC) manufacturer, Bloom Energy, has announced a new deal to build a 200,000 square-foot manufacturing plant on a portion of an old Delaware Chrysler plant. This new manufacturing plant is expected to bring 1,500 new jobs to the Delaware area and boost the University of Delaware’s vision of a thriving high-tech center. This news comes after two months ago Bloom Energy quadrupled their manufacturing size with the expansion of their Californian based manufacturing facility. That facility was expanded to over 210,000 square feet and is expected to provide California with over 1,000 new jobs. They also announced a major increase in manufacturing of their Energy Server, a 100 kW SOFC unit, from just one unit produced every month in their early days of operation, to now producing one Energy Server every day. Over the next five years, Bloom expects to hire about 900 workers for the Delaware manufacturing facility and predicts a minimum of 600 more jobs to follow as suppliers open Delaware bases of operations. A number of these expected suppliers are expected to also set-up shop on the Chrysler property, which qualifies as a "brownfield" given its 60-year history of auto-making. "Brownfields" are abandoned or underused industrial and commercial facilities available for re-use and redevelopment.
One-stop solution for commercial customers of MAGE SOLAR business partners; new program provides cost effective financing for optimally coordinated system solutions
New hand held PV electrical test instrumentation has been used for the first time as part of the installation of one of the UK's largest solar panel systems.
Non-profit to facilitate consumer engagement in transforming the nation's electric system
Mersen is thrilled to offer our latest catalog, the Advisor (111) in an online, flip view format
Today we met with the American Society of Home Inspectors (ASHI) – Georgia chapter for an open and educational discussion on residential solar projects.
The renewable energy space is expected to see a high level of merger and acquisition (M&A) activity in the next 12 months, with Europe predicted to be the most active, according to a new report published by mergermarket, in association with Rödl & Partner. In a survey conducted in Q2 2011 of 100 senior M&A practitioners involved in the renewable energy sector, 72% expect an increase in renewable energy M&A activity. This bullish sentiment could be attributed to a number of factors, including the devastating effects of the Fukushima disaster. "Investors of all shapes and sizes are competing against one another in this flourishing sector, therefore sustainable future growth can only be assured in two ways - by beating out the competitors or by acquiring them," explains Michael Wiehl, Rödl & Partner Nuremberg. 67% of respondents expect Europe to be at the forefront of this increase, forecasting the region will see significant activity. This is attributed by some respondents to Europe's variety of resources, with one respondent noting that: "Europe has a great diversity: The Nordics are great for wind power; Italy, Spain and Greece for solar; and continental Europe for geothermal and biomass." The long-term feed-in tariffs introduced by Germany are also highlighted as an important aid in bolstering renewable energy investment. The renewable sector globally has seen 51 deals at a total value of €10.6 billionthis year-to-date. Iberdrola's pending 20% stake bid for Iberdrola Renovables SA is the biggest deal of the year at €2.6 billion, followed by Electricite de France SA's €1.5bn bid for EDF Energies Nouvelles SA (50% stake).
Mechanicsburg, Pa- Automation Systems Interconnect Inc is pleased to announce the release of a new fuse holder to their line for PV applications
BTEC's latest webinar "Brits, Brussels and Biomass: The European Path to Renewable Heating" will be live on June 15 at 12 noon ET. Registration for this educational event is completely free.
Renewable Energy law firm joins community of purpose driven companies that use the power of business to solve social and environmental problems
New Canadian Solar ELPS™ Solar Cell Reaching 19.5 Percent Conversion Efficiency
JA Solar Holdings Company Ltd. (Shanghai, China) has announced that it will showcase a new series of high-efficiency solar photovoltaic (PV) cells and modules using its SECIUM and Maple technologies at the Intersolar Europe trade show in Munich, June 8th to 10th, 2011.
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