Dave Wann to Be Keynote Speaker at SolWest Fair

The public can learn about solar, wind, and other ways to make and save energy at SolWest Fair July 23-25 in John Day, Oregon.

Solar Engineering & Manufacturing Association to Hold First General Meeting in San Francisco

A new engineering and management association for engineers, managers and other professionals in the solar and green energy industries will hold its first general meeting in San Francisco on Thursday, July 15, 2010 from 1-5 p.m.

AltaTerra Research Presents Global Outlook and North American Report Card for Feed-in Tariffs

Web conference features renewable energy policy expert Paul Gipe on feed-in tariff programs worldwide and new report, "Grading North American Feed-in Tariffs."

New dates and location announced for DSC-IC 2010- November 1-4, 2010 in Colorado Springs, CO

Professor Michael Graetzel of École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne, the father of third generation dye-sensitized solar cells, is confirmed as the keynote speaker at the 4th International Conference on the Industrialisation of Dye Solar Cells.

ENXSUITE PARTNERS WITH PROJECT PERFORMANCE CORPORATION (PPC) TO DELIVER SUSTAINABILITY SOLUTIONS

Partnership Merges PPC's Sustainability Consulting Expertise With ENXSUITE's Best-in-Class Energy Performance Management System

Acro Energy Reports Positive Second Quarter Net Income

Acro Energy Technologies Corp. announces that it completed the second quarter ending June 30, 2010 with estimated net income of between $200 thousand and $300 thousand on gross revenues of $5.4 million. The Company estimates it achieved positive EBITDA of between $350 thousand and $450 thousand.

Solar plane lands after completing 24-hour flight

PAYERNE, Switzerland – An experimental solar-powered plane completed its first 24-hour test flight successfully Thursday, proving that the aircraft can collect enough energy from the sun during the day to stay aloft all night. The test brings the Swiss-led project one step closer to its goal of circling the globe using only energy from the sun. Pilot Andre Borschberg eased the Solar Impulse out of the clear blue morning sky onto the runway at Payerne airfield about 30 miles (50 kilometers) southwest of the Swiss capital Bern at exactly 9 a.m. (0700 GMT; 3 a.m. EDT). Helpers rushed to stabilize the pioneering plane as it touched down, ensuring that its massive 207-foot (63-meter) wingspan didn't scrape the ground and topple the craft.

Christopher Associates to Premier a New Photovoltaic Backsheet Material at Intersolar North America

The company will exhibit the Zoomlight high-performance FFC/PET/FFC backsheet material for photovoltaic module manufacturing in booth 9247 at the Intersolar North America exhibition, scheduled to take place July 13-15, 2010 in San Francisco.

Nevada Now Home to Federal Solar Demonstration Zone

Reid, Obama Administration announce project to boost clean energy, new jobs for Nevada and the nation

Stakeholders Cite Uniformity as Key to Wind Siting Success

A group of renewable energy stakeholders urged the Public Service Commission to adopt standards that can't be undermined by additional restrictions imposed by local governments.

TITAN TRACKER and DONGFANG ELECTRIC have just signed a solar tracker licence agreement for flat PV, CPV & CSP solar technologies

TITAN TRACKER provides a licence of its patented technology to DONGFANG for flat PV, CPV and CSP central receiver and Stirling dish.

Major Asia Pacific Photovoltaic Markets Expected to Grow 85% in 2010

Japanese and Chinese Markets at the Forefront in the Region This Year

Solar plane cruises to historic flight

Confidence soared among the crew of an experimental solar-powered aircraft on Wednesday as it cruised above Switzerland in a historic bid to fly around the clock and prove the value of solar energy. The Swiss pilot's take-off run took barely 90 meters, testimony to the light weight and giant airliner-size wingspan of the single seater craft , which relies totally on 12,000 solar cells and nearly half a tonne of batteries.

Ecotech Institute Classes Begin Today

Students Begin Coursework at First Career College in the U.S. Focused on Renewable Energy and Sustainable Design

Direct Grid Secures Private Financing

Direct Grid Technologies, LLC, announced that it has successfully secured $4.7 million in private equity financing. The company will use proceeds to launch manufacturing with the required capacity to meet secured purchase agreements with a variety of solar equipment manufacturers.

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