Solar industry veteran Marco Garcia named Chief Commercial Officer; Manufacturing Industry Veteran Bob Zapotosky New Chief Financial Officer
One of the state's largest, the system will produce 285,500 kWh hours of electricity and reduce carbon emissions by 205 metric tons annually
Santa Clara, CA--(April 27, 2011) - mPowerSolar has been named as TiE50 Finalist, as a leader in entrepreneurship, innovation, and management excellence. The TiE50 awards will be presented at TiEcon 2011, May 13 - 14th, at the Santa Clara Convention Center in Santa Clara, CA. The finalists chosen f
SMA Sunny Portal Service Provides Security by Ensuring Peak Production
With our continued commitment to only offer safe, certified, and high quality wind turbines, Talco Electronics has recently removed several turbine models from our product line.
Terrasmart, a leading North American engineering design and manufacturer of solar photovoltaic racking and foundation solutions introduces Colleen Brennan as new Vice President of Marketing and Public Relations.
Globally recognized Phono Solar modules power the California-based project
New survey reveals Americans ready to embrace plug-in vehicles
Brings Start-up Companies and Investors Together to Explore Solar Solutions, Tackle Tough Challenges
Vice Admiral Dennis V. McGinn Takes Helm of the American Council On Renewable Energy Dan Reicher Becomes Chairman of ACORE Board of Directors
ACORE is a membership-based organization dedicated to advancing renewable energy in the U.S. through policy, finance and education. ACORE'S membership works in all sectors of renewable energy, including wind power, solar energy, geothermal energy, hydropower, ocean energy, biomass, biofuels, and waste energy.
Tucson solar installers have noticed a concerning trend: the decreasing quality of residential and commercial solar installations. Therefore, they have decided to fight back.
It has been the dream and pursuit of many a business and research endeavor, but only varied success has been achieved to create a truly transparent solar photovoltaic cell. Leave it to the brainiacs at MIT to find the solution. Yes, the research and technology hub has done it again, marking a landslide achievement in the world of energy technology with the creation of a clear solar pv cell. Researchers Vladimir Bulovic and Richard Lunt have published their findings in Applied Physics Letters. The duo has apparently created a transparent solar cell with a maximum efficiency (sunlight to electricity) of 1.7 percent. The cell operates within the near-infrared spectrum. However, the cell is still only about 55 percent transparent, similar to tinted sunglasses.T he transparent cell is actually quite unique in its design when compared to tradition cells. Bulovic and Lunt's transparent cell is comprised of organic molecules that harness infrared light while allowing visible light to pass through. The photovoltaic compound is actually coated onto a pane of standard window glass. The researchers are in the prototype phase of this technology, but believe it could potentially be painted onto existing windows to create a low-cost easy-to-install photovoltaic option for both commercial and home solar installations.
Advances in cell technology usher in higher lithium-ion battery capacity
Mr. Nguyen to lead Corvus' manufacturing and engineering practices
GM invited members of the Engineering Society of Detroit out to the Proving Gounds in Milford for test drives. There were 11 Volts and they paired us up for a test drive out into Milford and down to Lake Kensington and out on to I 96 for a few miles and then circled back to the Proving grounds. Everyone was excited by their drive and we were told that virtually every one on the development team had their order in on the new vehicle. It is being built in the Hamtramck/Detroit Cadillac Plant that Coleman Young fought for and the lithium ion Battery Packs are being built in a new Brownstown plant nearby.
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