APRICUS INC. FULFILLS SOLAR HEATING PURCHASE ORDER WITH CALIFORNIA STATE UNIVERSITY

Apricus Solar Thermal System Provides CSUS with Heightened Energy Savings and Enhanced Heating Functionality.

REHAU to Exhibit Renewable Energy and Sustainable Building Solutions at IGSHPA 2010

REHAU showcases its most recent developments for the renewable energy market at the 2010 International Ground Source Heat Pump Association (IGSHPA) Conference and Expo, October 27 to 29, 2010 in Denver, Colo. These include the RAUGEO™ and REHAU ECOAIR™ systems.

Hydropower making waves in the renewable energy world

Here is a look at some of the latest trends and top companies in the world of hydropower, a dominant renewable energy resource

The wind blows to Victoria for 75 wind power generators

247.5MW, 75 wind turbines, power for 135,000 homes and $326 million later, Australia selects wind energy as a viable power source.

Keeping Up With The Obamas, The White House Goes Solar

If they're doing it, then maybe you should too.

The future of energy storage systems according to IEEE

As energy storage is a top priority for the smart grid, IEEE introduces the P2030.2™ Working Group, as an effective strategy

Why U.S. solar power market will shine brightly by 2020

U.S. solar PV and solar thermal electric generation market to grow annually by 42% to reach 44GW by 2020 with $100bn investment

Environmentalists oppose world's largest solar power plant in Calif

As the Obama administration continues to fulfill its renewable energy promises with a $6bn solar plant, where will wildlife go?

New Solar Tracking Controller for More Power

Concentrating Solar Power (CSP) troughs, towers, and Stirling engines can now create more power due to P4Q Electronics' new Suntrack 32H solar tracking controller. CSP devices depend upon the accuracy of a controller in order to keep the sun on their pipes that create steam to move turbines.

Will India be a bigger concentrated solar thermal power than China?

As the founder of CSP Today and organizer of the 1st CSP Today India conference in New Delhi, Belén Gallego is often asked about the future of the CSP industry in India. She has written a piece about the opportunities in the Indian market published recently in CSP Today.  Having lived in India for 2 years, it is difficult for me to be impartial when assessing the opportunities in the CSP industry. I believe very firmly in the great capacity of Indians to learn fast and reduce costs –they are specialists in making things cheaper maintaining quality standards. Much as I try, I can´t think of anything that the CSP industry is more in need of.  While last year there was very little talk of India becoming one of the biggest markets for CSP, today the question on everybody’s lips is: Will India be a bigger CSP power than China?   From an economic and development perspective, India’s economy is performing very well, averaging 8.5% growth this year. Its growth rate could overtake China’s by 2013 - if not before - according to a recent article by The Economist.  While China’s growth has been largely state-directed, India’s is driven by 45m entrepreneurs. Private firms have had to compete with the world´s best - and many have discovered that they can. Read full article here.

InstallerNet Partners with Powerhouse Dynamics to Install eMonitor Systems Throughout North America

Powerhouse Dynamics customers will have instant access to installation services through InstallerNet's nationwide network of nearly 1,000 installers certified to install eMonitor.

Will India be a bigger concentrated solar thermal power than China?

Last year there was very little talk of India becoming one of the biggest markets for CSP. Today the question on everybody's lips is: Will India be a bigger CSP power than China?

Krayden Launches Dow Corning Solar Ultra Fast Cure PV-8303 Sealant

Dow Corning Solar's ultra fast curing PV-8303 Sealant is ideal for bonding and sealing photovoltaic module components including PV rail bonding, PV frame sealing and junction box adhesion.

ABS New Geothermal Energy Report

New Report from ABS Energy Research reveals that 2009 was a poor year for Geothermal globally with only 405 MW of new installed electric capacity, however, the sector is expected to grow rapidly in several countries between 2010 to 2015 due to current and proposed incentives.

US solar is poised for $100bn growth surge

Rapidly declining equipment costs combined with stronger government support have set the stage for explosive growth in the US solar market over the next decade, according to Bloomberg New Energy Finance, the world’s leading provider of research and analysis in clean energy and the carbon markets. Solar-powered generating capacity – using photovoltaic and solar thermal electricity technologies – could reach 4.3% of the nation’s power capacity by 2020, depending on the industry’s ability to attract an estimated $100bn of investment. The US today has just 1.4 gigawatts of installed solar power capacity, ranking it fifth globally. But that could rise to 44 gigawatts by 2020, according to Bloomberg New Energy Finance. In a new report, forecast capacity from large-scale solar thermal projects is projected to rise from 0.4 gigawatts currently to 14 gigawatts by 2020. For photovoltaics, the group anticipates a 34% annual growth rate to 30 gigawatts by 2020. Full Story.

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