Hits 100th New Member Mark
Utility Pulls Plug on $6 Million a Year Commitment
The new report, "State Support for Clean Energy Deployment: Lessons Learned for Potential Future Policy," explores the experiences of these states and utilities, which offer lessons relative to allocation of future state and federal funding.
Magnetek, Inc. will be exhibiting at the WINDPOWER 2011 Conference and Exhibition at the Anaheim Convention Center from May 22 - 25.
Targray Technology International announces its upcoming participation at InterSolar Europe, the world's largest exhibition for the Solar industry, taking place in Munich, Germany, June 8th - 10th.
In a recent report ‘uncertainty in long-term photovoltaic yield prediction' by CanmetENERGY it demonstrated why it is vital to prioritise optimisation of PV balance of systems in order to achieve maximum plant efficiency & improved profit margins for plant owners.
In its first year the Chevrolet Volt has garnered several awards, including 2011 Motor Trend Car of the Year, Green Car Journal's 2011 Green Car of the Year, and Automobile's 2011 Automobile of the Year. And now the electric car with extended range is going to be built in a solar-powered facility. General Motors announced it is building the photovoltaic solar array, the largest in Southeast Michigan, at the Detroit-Hamtramck assembly plant. Sunlight will help to create the $41,000 Volt. Once it's completed, the 516-kilowatt project built by GM and DTE Energy will generate 54,750 volts. Plus, the 6-acre land tract will generate 15 megawatts of electricity throughout Southeast Michigan. According to GM, the U.S. automaker will save about $15,000 a year over 20 years with the 264,000-square-foot array. DTE is investing $3 million into the project.
Europe's leading solar company Gehrlicher share their perspective Cost reduction in the PV industry has tended to focus on cell technology. But what of materials use, installation and maintenance expense? We look at some alternative ways to improve efficiency across the PV supply chain
CSP Today is delighted to announce the voting has commenced for the 2nd CSP Today USA Awards, taking place June 28 in Las Vegas. The awards precede the CSP TODAY USA 2011 Conference and Exhibition which takes place on June 29-30, also in Las Vegas. Voting will be open until May 24th at 6pm EST.
New York City-based vertical axis wind turbine company, Urban Green Energy, reaches international sales in 50 countries, just after its first full year of sales
Free Breeze Energy recently received the "go ahead" to market new V47 & V39 blades in sets of 3!
For 20 years, Solar Energy International has served the renewable energy and solar industries with reputable training and outreach. Most recently, Solar Energy International has seen the growth of professions in the green workforce and need for continuous learning and training opportunities.
Attendees Can Visit Daintree Networks, eldoLED, Griplock Systems, Redwood Systems and the EMerge Session to see Lunera's LED Fixtures in Action
Intersolar Europe Unveils Short List for Solar Industry Innovation Prize
The GU60 LED bulb are available 7 and 9 watts. The lens are frosted and fins are in silver or black to give consumers the look they desire. The FZLED's GU60 offers no harmful UV or IR rays, very low heat emissions, high-performance and energy-saving
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