Targray Grows Solar Silicon Division with Expansion into Japan and New Team Members

Targray Technology International announces further expansion of its Solar Silicon Division following another year of significant growth in the Company's global silicon sales activities.

Energy Exposure: UK energy market White Paper available now

Edge Business Media, organiser of The Energy Show 2011, has today published a significant new White Paper that tackles crucial issues affecting energy policy within large and energy-intensive companies throughout the UK.

UK faces up to the challenge of on-site renewables at The Energy Show

The Energy Show 2011, launching at the National Motorcycle Museum, Birmingham on 4-5 May 2011, marks an important opportunity for small-scale generators of renewable energy to get involved in the UK's only major show dedicated to the on-site generation, procurement and metering of energy.

Renewable Energy Foundation's Dr John Constable announced as key note speaker at The Energy Lectures

The Energy Lectures 2011, which takes place at Birmingham's National Motorcycle Museum on 4-5 May 2011, will feature as a key note speaker Dr John Constable, Director of Policy and Research at the Renewable Energy Foundation.

Cooling Computers Saves Green For KKR And He Knows IT!!

KKR put SunGard Data Systems Inc. in Wayne, Pennsylvania, on a plan to lower energy use at 60 data centers in North America and Europe. Computers in these buildings process trading and financial data for banks and brokerages that manage $25 trillion of assets. They also produce three-quarters of the company's greenhouse gas emissions, says Ryan Whisnant, SunGard's director of sustainability.

VG Energy Gets Bio On Algae For Commercial Biofuels Production

VG Energy, a subsidiary of Viral Genetics, Inc. (Pinksheets: VRAL), announced today that it has retained alternative energy producer BioProcess Algae, LLC to verify lab results on a large scale for the development of commercial production of its potential biofuel process. VG Energy has developed proprietary technology, with results reproduced multiple times from test-tube to small-pond studies, which holds promise in producing algal biofuel on a commercial scale, at prices competitive with or better than current oil prices.

Microsoft and Toyota Announce Strategic Partnership on Next-Generation Smart Grid Integration

Microsoft Corp. and Toyota Motor Corp. (TMC) today announced they have forged a strategic partnership and plan to build a global platform for TMC's next-generation telematics services using the Windows Azure platform. Telematics is the fusing of telecommunications and information technologies in vehicles; it can encompass GPS systems, energy management and other multimedia technologies.

S2M Solutions - Optimising O&M can be the "quick win" for CSP plants

With the CSP industry now looking at improvements in O&M to augment plant output, CSP Today continued their preparation for the CSP Yield Optimisation Conference Europe (31 May - 1 June, Seville) by talking to Sun 2 Market Solutions, or S2M.

SOLAR SURFBOARDS HIT SOUNTHERN CALIFORNIA BEACHES

Local Southern California businessman invents worlds first solar charging surfboard for that adventurous surfer that travels to remote surfing locations, the solar surfboard can charge cell phones, smart phones, etc.

Passive House Academy Provides Series of AIA Training Events

The international Passive House Academy is providing a series of AIA Accredited training events for Architects, Engineers & Construction professionals in the NYC area.

Fronius USA Offering 10-Year Warranty Extension

Now available on IG and IG Plus PV Inverters

G.E. Plans to Build Largest Solar Panel Plant in U.S.

In a move that could shake up the American solar industry, General Electric plans to announce on Thursday that it will build the nation's largest photovoltaic panel factory, with the goal of becoming a major player in the market. "For the past five years, we've been investing extremely heavily in solar," said Victor Abate, vice president for G.E.'s renewable energy business. "Going to scale is the next move." The plant, whose location has not been determined, will employ 400 workers and create 600 related jobs, according to G.E. The factory would annually produce solar panels that would generate 400 megawatts of energy, the company said, and would begin manufacturing thin-film photovoltaic panels made of a material called cadmium telluride in 2013. While less efficient than conventional solar panels, thin-film photovoltaics can be produced at a lower cost and have proven attractive to developers and utilities building large-scale power plants. G.E. has signed agreements to supply solar panels to generate 100 megawatts of electric power to customers, including a deal for panels generating 60 megawatts with NextEra Energy Resources.

MOVYA celebrates 151 MW Solar PV power project application and 28th client acquisition

Movya, a company located in Ahmedabad, Gujarat, INDIA is a leader in renewable and conventional techno-commercial consulting and government liaison for power generation projects.

PBS Series Planet Forward Gets Energy Inventors Ready For Prime Time

DuPont Chief Innovation Officer Tom Connelly Serves as On-Air Judge

BLUE SKY ENERGY, INC. ANNOUNCES 5 YEAR WARRANTY ON ALL SOLAR (PV) CHARGE CONTROLLERS

BLUE SKY ENERGY, INC. ANNOUNCES 5 YEAR WARRANTY ON ALL SOLAR (PV) CHARGE CONTROLLERS

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