Southwest Windpower Acquires SunWind Solutions

Advanced Software Technology Makes Renewable Energy More Accessible

The First Wave of Electric Vehicles Compared

On Saturday, Nissan delivered its first battery-powered Leaf to a customer in Northern California, helping bring the nation one step closer to a future in which our cars, trucks and buses will be electric drive. That future will include a mix of electric vehicles: battery vehicles (BEVs) like the Leaf, plug-in hybrid vehicles (PHEVs) like Chevrolet’s Volt and fuel cell electric vehicles (FCEVs) like the Honda FCX Clarity and Mercedes B-Class F-CELL. All four vehicles are or soon will be in customer hands in limited numbers in California. In fact, the first FCEVs were delivered to California customers back in 2008. With the Leaf to be delivered tomorrow, and the Chevy Volt soon to follow, it’s not too early to begin asking how these vehicles stack up. Fuel Cells 2000 has done just that, using company or government data to compare in comfort, range, performance, cargo space and other customary measures. The resulting chart is available at: http://www.fuelcells.org/info/ElectricVehicles.pdf

SEIA, GTM Research Study Finds U.S. is Major Solar Exporter

U.S. Solar Energy Trade Assessment 2010" found the U.S. solar industry is a significant net exporter of solar energy products, with net exports totaling $723 million in 2009. Additionally, U.S. solar installations created $2.6 billion in direct value to support the U.S. economy.

First SGS Product Carbon Footprint (PCF) Label issued to Chinese Fishery

On October 22, 2010, the SGS Group issued the first Product Carbon Footprint (PCF) label in China. The honorable recipient was the Zhangzidao Fishery Group for its ezo scallops. Zhangzidao is the largest company of bottom-cultured seafood in China.

PROINSO launches a tool enabling its Network of Qualified Installers to create customized catalogues

The Spanish multinational company PROINSO has launched in Italy the first version of SIGMA solar, a new online tool that allows its network of qualified installers to create customized catalogues in accordance with the manufacturer's datasheet.

The First Wave of Electric Vehicles Compared

(Washington, DC - December 10, 2010). On Saturday, Nissan is set to deliver its first battery-powered Leaf to a customer in Northern California, helping bring the nation one step closer to a future in which our cars, trucks and buses will be electric drive. That future will include a mix of electric vehicles: battery vehicles (BEVs) like the Leaf, plug-in hybrid vehicles (PHEVs) like Chevrolet's Volt and fuel cell electric vehicles (FCEVs) like the Honda FCX Clarity and Mercedes B-Class F-CELL.

Thin film industry experts discuss how to increase competitiveness in 2011

Recent reports indicate thin film is set to continue its impressive growth within the booming PV sector. Thin film industry experts set to meet on March 3-4 in Berlin to discuss how to increase competitiveness and achieve real bankability in 2011

Leading Recycling Company Goes the Extra Green Mile; Announces Massive Rooftop Solar Energy Park

Waxman Industrial Services Ltd., the fastest growing recycling company in Canada, announced yesterday that their 87,000 sq. ft. commercial rooftop, located in Burlington, Ontario, will be used to host a 500kW rooftop solar energy park.

Smart Energy Summit to explore competition in energy management with session featuring Verizon, Dire

Executives from Verizon, Direct Energy, Reliant Energy, and PG&E will examine the new competitive market for residential energy management in the special session "Energy as a Service" on January 25 at Smart Energy Summit: Engaging the Consumer.

Clean Energy Patents Have Skyrocketed

When the Obama administration Nobel prizewinning Steven Chu took over from Bush/Cheney oil man Bodman at the Department of Energy, he prioritized clean energy innovation. By December last year, to speed the development of clean energy solutions to prevent climate change, he had overhauled the patent review process, hiring experts so he could put clean energy patents on a fast track. Looks like that investment in patent-reviewing brains is paying off. An upward trend is clear by the beginning of 2010, according to the data from the Clean Energy Patent Growth Index. And this quarter, a record number of clean energy patents have been granted. Overall, among technologies, solar led clean tech with 88 solar patents, followed by wind with 71. Auto companies filed mostly fuel cell patents. GM filed 9 hybrid-electric vehicle patents and 30 for fuel cells. Samsung also went heavily into fuel cells with 21 patents, and a couple for solar technologies. GE filed 19 wind patents (and 3 for fuel cells).

SGS to Participate in Offshore Wind Logistics 2011 Conference in London

SGS will be attending the Offshore Wind Logistics 2011 Conference in London, from January 19-20, 2011. On the first day of the conference, SGS Risk Management expert, Jale Cairney, will give a speech on the Risk Management of Wind Farm Project Logistics.

Intersolar Europe 2011 - trends, innovations and unstoppable growth

The world's largest exhibition for the solar industry presents the industry's latest products and services for the 20th year running.

Line-up of energy and mobility topics at HANNOVER MESSE 2011 without parallel anywhere in the world.

Next year's HANNOVER MESSE (4 to 8 April 2011) will feature no fewer than three energy-themed flagship trade fairs:

U.S. Clean Power Sector Could Attract $342 Billion By 2020

America's Competitive Position in Emerging Global Industry at Stake

Certification Poised to Drive Small Wind Growth

22 Turbines Now In Queue; Incentive Programs Requiring Certification

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