SEMA to Hold Meeting to Discuss U.S. and Global Solar Energy Outlook

SEMA will hold a meeting on September 22, 2010 at 5 p.m. in Milpitas, CA featuring internationally recognized consultant Paula Mints, who will discuss the global photovoltaic technology outlook.

2010-2011 Hydrogen Student Design Contest Theme Announced

University students worldwide can register to compete in the design of a residential hydrogen fueling system

Vasari Energy Today Announced Financing Solutions for Solar and Wind Energy Development Projects

Vasari Energy today announced that the company is offering financing solutions to wind and solar project developers in the U.S., Europe and emerging markets.

Industry First - GreenRay, Inc. AC Module Awarded Certification backed by a 20 Year Warranty

GreenRay Inc., developers of the first safety certified AC Module, announced today that the company's SunSine™200 AC Module has completed its safety certification and is now listed by Intertek to the UL 1741 standard. The SunSine™200 has been certified by Intertek, making it the first ever certific

SMA Becomes the First Manufacturer to Receive UL Certification for Transformerless Inverters

SMA Solar Technology has become the first company in the world to receive certification from Underwriters Laboratories® (UL) for transformerless inverters. The certification applies to SMA transformerless Sunny Boy 8000TL-US, Sunny Boy 9000TL-US, and Sunny Boy 10000TL-US inverters.

Deere & Co. sells its wind unit to Exelon for $900 million

Deere & Co. said Tuesday it would sell its John Deere Renewables unit, including wind farms, to Exelon Corp. in a deal valued at $900 million. Exelon said it's expanding its role in the wind generation business by adding 735 megawatts of wind energy, plus 230 megawatts under development, via the deal. Deere plans to take an after-tax charge of approximately $25 million in its fourth quarter results as part of the sale. Exelon said it would use debt to pay for the deal. Source: Steve Gelsi of Market Watch.

Standstill at the flick of a switch: rotor-lock systems by Optima

Safe and convenient inspection and maintenance of wind turbines with hydraulic and electromechanical lock systems / Suitable for on- and offshore wind power stations

BTU International to Highlight Next Generation Thermal Processing Capabilities at EUPVSEC 2010

BTU will showcase its in-line process systems that can dramatically lower cost without sacrificing cell efficiencies.

MECASOLAR installs 42 MW of solar trackers in Italy in 2010

The Spanish multinational MECASOLAR will end 2010 with more than 4,200 trackers and fixed structures in solar farms throughout Italy,which will reach an output of 42 MW. This figure makes the Spanish company the leader in its sector in the Italian market. With MECASOLAR in Italy , the multinational will reach at the end of the current year 282 MW accumulated in tracker installations throughout the world, a figure which is equivalent to the manufacture and start up of more than 22,000 solar trackers in countries such as the United States, Greece, Italy, Germany, France or Spain, among others.

MECASOLAR installs 42 MW of solar trackers in Italy in 2010

The Spanish multinational MECASOLAR will end 2010 with more than 4,200 trackers and fixed structures in solar farms throughout Italy,which will reach an output of 42 MW. This figure makes the Spanish company the leader in its sector in the Italian market.

Why Conservatives Are Bad on Energy: It's All About the Costs

When you compare the real costs of solar with the fully loaded real costs of coal and oil and natural gas and nuclear power, apples to apples, solar is cheaper.

Sigh of Relief from Solar Stakeholders

You could almost hear the collective sigh of relief on August 13 when the Ontario Power Authority (OPA) announced that its proposed price reduction to the solar microFIT program would not be as far-reaching as originally believed.

Airborne Wind Energy

The concept of large-scale wind power production using aerodynamically efficient kites was first proposed by University of California researcher M.L. Loyd who published seminal work in the Journal of Energy thirty years ago. In that paper, he described kites that utilized aircraft construction flying transverse to the wind at high speed.

Altenergymag Interview With Tom Mealey Of Virtual Industries, Inc.

For more than 20 years, Virtual Industries has been a leading supplier of manual vacuum handling solutions to the world's top technology firms. Based in Colorado Springs, CO, the US-based company provides an extensive and innovative range of hand-based operator tools, and focuses on being in tune with the industry sectors it supports and the customers within them.

Bentek Solar Announces the Launch of Its Configure-To-Order (CTO) Solar Re-Combiner Configurator

The Bentek Solar CTO Re-Combiner configurator simplifies and optimizes the configuration and quoting of custom complex CTO solar re-combiners. The tool was designed to meet the needs of the marketplace for fast and accurate responses.

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