Intersolar North America 2010 Showcased Positive Outlook For Solar Industry

Intersolar North America, an exhibition for solar professionals to exchange information and develop business opportunities in the U.S. solar market, continued to see strong growth for the third straight year with the 2010 exhibition and conference. The co-located Intersolar North America and SEMICON West events, which took place last week in San Francisco, presented more than 700 solar exhibitors to more than 20,000 trade visitors This year, Intersolar North America alone featured 580 exhibitors up from 444 exhibitors in 2009. Intersolar North America continued its long-standing international focus with trade visitors representing 66 countries and exhibiting companies from 26 countries, reflecting the global perspectives of the solar industry. Read the full release here.

Record year for European offshore wind, UK leads the sector

During the first half of 2010, the UK hit 1GW of installed offshore wind capacity accounting for around 40% of pan-European installed capacity.

Atlantic Green Power Receives Final Approval for Eastern Site of Upper Pittsgrove Township, N.J. Solar Farm

Atlantic Green Power expects that the approved eastern site, consisting of approximately 90 acres, could generate up to 14.4 megawatts (MW) of electric power, potentially making the eastern Pittsgrove site the largest solar energy generation facility to receive final site plan approval in New Jersey to date.

Carmanah Launches New Online Application for Solar LED Lighting

Carmanah Technologies Corporation has launched the Carmanah EverGEN Selector Tool, a new online application to aid in the selection of solar LED lighting for outdoor, off-grid lighting applications. The tool will allow users to explore different solutions that fit their lighting applications.

Intersolar North America 2010 Showcased Positive Outlook For Solar Industry

Conference and Exhibition Attendance Records Exceed Expectations

From Business to Government to Schools, Wind Power is Creating New Opportunity

Wind power, long used on farms for tasks such as pumping water, is finally moving to the big city.

Go SOLAR Georgia Campaign Launched

Campaign to highlight economic development and job creation in Georgia

Geothermal power booming in Nevada

GEA expects 30-year economic output of $22.5 billion

Tesla to build electric Toyota Rav4

Tesla Motors will produce electric Rav4 crossover SUVs for Toyota Motor Co. beginning in 2012, the two companies announced Friday. Toyota announced in May that it planned to invest $50 million in Tesla Motors upon the completion of the electric car maker's initial public offering, which took place on June 29. A fleet of electric Rav4 prototypes will be delivered later this year, the two automakers said. The first prototype has already been built, the said, and is undergoing evaluation.

Nucleus - First Product in GE's Smart Energy Suite

GE's Nucleus brings the promise of the smart grid into consumers’ homes. As utilities deploy smart meters, the Nucleus will collect and store a consumer’s household electricity use and cost data for up to three years and present it to consumers in real-time using simple, intuitive PC and smart phone applications, helping consumers monitor and control their energy use. Nucleus is the first product in GE’s Brillion™ suite of smart home energy management solutions that will help consumers control their energy use and costs. In addition to Nucleus, GE’s Brillion suite will include a programmable thermostat, in-home display, a smart phone application, and smart appliances for the entire home.

A SOLAR WATER HEATER SHOULD BE STANDARD ON EVERY NEW HOME

"The fuel is free. All you have to do is collect it."

Sustainable Industry Veteran Alison Wise Named Director Of Career Services At Ecotech Institute

GM Guarantees Volt Battery for 100,000 miles

General Motors will guarantee the lithium-ion battery in the Chevrolet Volt for 100,000 miles of driving or eight years, whichever comes first, the automaker announced Wednesday. Popular hybrid car models currently on the market, including the Toyota Prius and the Ford Escape Hybrid, have similar warrantees on their battery packs. The Volt, however, uses a different battery chemistry. Also, since the car runs purely on electricity from the battery for up to 40 miles, the Volt's battery is subjected to greater work loads than one in a gas/electric hybrid. Production of the Volt is still on schedule to begin in November, a GM spokesman said Wednesday. GM plans to produce 10,000 Volts, which will be sold in seven U.S. states, through the end of 2011. Production will expand to 30,000 cars in 2012.

SolarWorld Grants 100 kW to Rebuild Haiti with Renewable Energy

Donation Provides Solar Panels to Electrify Rural Partners In Health Clinics

Enabling the Next Generation of Semiconductor & Solar Solutions Utilizing OpTegra™ Integrated Solutions

Greene, Tweed is committed to developing solutions that enable our customers' next generation technology. Beginning with the highest quality materials and advanced coating, bonding and encapsulation capabilities, our dedicated team of scientists and engineers has developed a large portfolio of OpTegra™ integrated solutions. These solutions integrate dissimilar materials to enhance thermal and electrical management and reduce particulates for dramatically improved component reliability and lifetime.

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