Where the Solar PV Industry Needs to Go - Now!

The technical advances of cost effective PV and advanced storage along with the legislative changes must occur if the industry is to grow rapidly enough to become a significant component of the world's future energy portfolio in the next 15 to 20 years (i.e. PV supplying more than 20% of the world's electricity). Advances in any of the three areas will certainly help and will benefit the industry as a whole, but ALL three are necessary if PV is to take its place as the most flexible, cost effective and distributed form of energy and all three are necessary to accelerate the transition to a post fossil fuel economy.

Food Waste to Energy Conversion - Indian Perspectives

The anaerobic digestion technology is highly apt in dealing with the chronic problem of organic waste management in urban societies. Although the technology is commercially viable in the longer run, the high initial capital cost is a major hurdle towards its proliferation. The onus is on the governments to create awareness and promote such technologies in a sustainable manner. At the same time, entrepreneurs, non-governmental organizations and environmental agencies should also take inspiration from successful food waste-to-energy projects in other countries and try to set up such facilities in Indian cities and towns.

Contractors utilize new technologies to provide Solar Installations

Many roofing contractors see the importance that solar will play in their future business but realize they don't necessarily have the expertise required to offer solar. With new construction starts and completions remaining down, it's more important than ever for the traditional roofing contractor to be able to provide solar solutions to their customers who may be inquiring about a new roof.

meeco AG has signed agreement to expand its activities in Guinean market

Guineval Consultores SL and GExspress will distribute and maintain meeco's sun2go

Awards for Excellence and Innovation to be presented at sustainable energy expo.

Nominations are called for the SEA Awards for Excellence and Innovation 2011. These awards from the Sustainable Energy Association of Australia (SEA) honour outstanding achievement in the advancement and adoption of renewable energy technologies across Australia.

Super Bowl Energy Use Offset With Texas Wind Power

The electricity used at Cowboys Stadium for Super Bowl XLV on Sunday was offset 100 percent with the purchase of wind energy credits. For every megawatt-hour of electricity used to power the event and its associated facilities, an equivalent amount of wind energy will be generated at a wind farm in Texas, said green energy retailer Just Energy. All the electricity that powered the jumbo screens, TV cameras, the Black-Eyed Peas halftime show, and stadium lights, heated the food and cooled the beer will be generated by the Sweetwater Wind Farm located in Nolan County, Texas, 228 miles west of Dallas. The wind power offset is the result of an agreement between between Just Energy, the National Football League and the North Texas Super Bowl XLV Host Committee. Just Energy will purchase renewable energy certificates on behalf of the Super Bowl to offset all direct and indirect carbon emissions associated with power generation at major Super Bowl XLV venues.

Mersen Announces Latest PIQ Quiz

Mersen provides a unique opportunity to test your knowledge of the new photovoltaic circuit protection UL standards and win a $100 gift Card.

Martifer Solar USA Steers Hertz Towards Solar Power

Worldwide Car Rental Brand Signs 2.48 MW Solar Contract

Unirac's 30MW Solar Project in Ontario To Boost Green Economy

US-based, Unirac and Canadian Solar Solutions Inc., a wholly-owned subsidiary of Canadian Solar Inc., announced a partnership that will bring 30MW of solar power to Ontario.


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AIRE Is Hosting a Free Solar and Weatherization Seminar Next Saturday

February 19, 2011- On Saturday, February 19th, the American Institute of Renewable Energy (AIRE) is hosting a free solar and weatherization seminar to those interested in receiving training in the solar and weatherization industries.

New Solar and PV Installation Agreement Benefits Green Ontarians

Two solar companies, Unirac, Inc. and Canadian Solar Solutions, Inc. announced recently that they now offer a new joint solar package for their customers

Japan Renewable Energy Week 2011

World's Largest Class Event "Japan Renewable Energy Week" Takes plae Mar. 2[Wed] - 4 [Fri], 2011 - Venue: Tokyo Big Sight, JAPAN,Organised by: Reed Exhibitions Japan Ltd.

4th International Conference Solar Air-Conditioning, October 12th/14th, 2011, Larnaca, Cyprus

The 4th Conference on Solar Air Conditioning will once again represent a clear message to scientists, professionals, firms, and organizers: the positive trend of Solar Cooling applications is increasing further and further.

2nd Symposium Small PV-Applications Rural Electrification and Commercial Use

Ulm, Germany, June 6th/7th 2011 Description of existing markets and state of art technology Open discussion of good and of bad examples of systems and distribution strategies Development of a vision for small PV-applications, their technologies and markets

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