Greater emphasis on energy savings in the lighting sector and new legislation on phasing out inefficient lighting will help the European energy efficient lighting (EEL) market bounce back from negative growth by 2010.
The German biogas plants market plunged 80 per cent in 2008 pushed by the close succession of the global financial crisis, rising energy crops prices, and the revision of the German Renewable Energy law (EEG).
Innovative developments in the European stationary fuel cell market are shaping an optimistic future for the industry. There is a growing interest in many European countries to adopt this "zero-emission" technology across various applications. Boosted by this need of sustainable solutions, the fuel
White Construction Inc. awarded 300 MW of Wind work with Horizon Wind Energy
ITM Power (AIM:ITM), the energy storage and clean fuel company, is pleased to announce that the Company has been awarded grant funding of £195,000.00 over 12 months towards a project to progress the development of a Clean Fuel Production Module (CFPM).
Partnerships with Southwest Windpower and Better Generation Advance Thriving Industry
Lighthouse Solar adds another location in Oahu, Hawaii.
Phil Vyhanek will exploit high projected solar industry growth rates to elevate the company to new heights
Taipei, Taiwan - March 14, 2010 Sunwave Technology Corp., a leading IR / RF / Zigbee remote control solution provider, today announced that RFM-2530PA1 ZigBit Module with Chip Antenna solution is a low-power, the best-in-class sensitivity 802.15.4 / ZigBee module.
Turboden receives the first order for an ORC unit to be installed in North America.
General Motors (GM) is doubling the size of its automotive battery lab in the US to expedite the development of electrically driven vehicles for consumers.
Canadian Solar has been awarded contract offers for 176MW of open field photovoltaic power generation projects by Ontario Power Authority (OPA) under the new Feed-in Tariff (FIT) program.
Green IT Economic Summit 2010 showcases the benefits of breakthroughs in Green hardware and software technology and empowers businesses to use resources more efficiently, delivering greater profits and sustainability.
LAS VEGAS LIGHTING SHOW,MAY.12th to 14th,2010, our BOOTH NO.1492.
Selecting the right material for solar cell modules can reduce labor, utility and equipment costs, improving module durability and efficiency according to Don Buchalski, senior marketing specialist for Dow Corning's Solar Business, who participated in Greentech Media's Solar Summit in Phoenix, Ariz. on March 31.
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