Sustainable Energy's "PARALEX" Inverter Will Fill Emerging Gap in Inverter Market

Sustainable Energy Technology Ltd. today announced that it will roll out its new "PARALEX" line of inverters for residential small commercial and institutional rooftop solar PV systems at Solar Power International in Dallas, Texas October 17 2011. PARALEX is repo

Removing the Rare Element Limitations from Solar Energy

Many of the cutting edge thin-film technologies require rare elements that are a finite resource already in short supply. There simply is not enough material on the planet to make these devices for worldwide consumption.

Understanding Solar Power Purchase Agreements
A Guide to Hosting a Solar Energy System

Under the terms of a solar PPA, a solar services provider installs solar equipment at a host business, government site, university, or other organization, and the host agrees to buy the solar electricity generated by the system for a fixed price and term, usually 5-20 years.

On Energy Management, Manufacturing and Factory Automation

I wrote this article for HomeToys.com, our Home Technology website but it applies to Alternative Energy as well. It's not enough to monitor our energy use. We don't really care about that unless it does something to change our lives or save us money. So, let's put a solar system on the roof. Now that can do both of these things and should attract our attention. But let's take it a step further. With that solar system there is a new variable in the mix --- FREE CLEAN ENERGY. What can and should we do with it.

Don't Forget: NREL are the Good Guys. And so is solar energy.

The Denver recently reported the NREL was going to lay off 10 percent of its employees. It took about two light seconds for a popular Washington D.C. news site to pronounce the layoff a "scandal," because NREL had taken federal stimulus money. That is silly. NREL, of course, is where the Department of Energy tests and develops new materials and techniques for solar, wind and other kinds of energy.

Harvesting Energy from Organic Materials

Harvest uses a platform of technologies - including advanced composting, anaerobic digestion, and material recovery - to harness the full carbon, energy and nutrient value from discarded organic materials.

The OPDE Group

OPDE is a Spanish corporation with a global vision that specialises in photovoltaic solar energy systems. We have three business lines. OPDE develops, builds, and carries out maintenance of photovoltaic solar plants; PROINSO supplies modules, inverters, trackers, and other equipments for photovoltaic installations; MECASOLAR specialises in the design and manufacture of solar trackers, fixed structures, and foundation screws.

Brightergy Expands to East Coast, Announces Additional Funding

Brightergy, a leading commercial solar integrator with more than 300 completed solar projects, is expanding operations to the East Coast. The company is opening an office in Boston, Massachusetts and will announce additional Northeast regional offices in the near future. Brightergy will serve the entire state of Massachusetts from its Boston office.

Industry survey reveals bankability as principle hurdle for concentrated photovoltaics

In a recent industry survey, PV Insider have identified bankability as the biggest challenge facing companies working in concentrated photovoltaics.

US solar companies journey to New York

On November 8-10, the US solar industry will convene in New York for the PV Power Generation Mid-West and East Conference and The Solar Finance and Investment Forum.

Arab Energy Ministers, Prince Asem Bin Nayef & the solar community to convene in Jordan

The Arab Renewable Energy Commission will be holding the Arab Renewable Energy Congress on 29-30 November 2011 in Amman, Jordan under the patronage of HRH Prince Asem Bin Nayef. Opened by the Jordanian Ministers of Energy, Environment & Public Works, Ministers from across the GCC and Levant regions

"A SWORD OF DAMOCLES ABOVE THE HEAD"

ROTTERDAM/LYON – What is the future for the solar PV industry in the light of the recent measures taken by the government? This question will be the focus of a conference about the solar future on November 10 in Lyon. A must-attend event for all industry players.

Stoel Rives Publishes Updated Edition of Solar Energy Law Guide

Stoel Rives LLP, a U.S. business law firm, has published the third edition of its solar energy guide. Titled "Lex Helius: The Law of Solar Energy," the guide is part of a series of books that provide a general overview of of the legal issues encountered in a typical renewalbe energy project.

KACO new energy launches new 10kW inverter at Solar Power International in booth #1101

KACO new energy, one of the world's largest inverter manufacturers - with over 3.5 GW of PV inverters in the field to date unveils new inverter in the US.

King Estate Winery Teams Up With SolarCity, Lane Electric Co-op, and Advanced Energy Systems to Install the Largest Solar Power System at a Winery in the Pacific Northwest

Organic winery furthers commitment to environmental stewardship with installation of large-scale solar power system

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