Shelton, CT and Toronto, ON, August 24, 2010 - OPEL International Inc. (TSX-V: OPL) ("OPEL" or "the Company"), a leading global supplier of high concentration photovoltaic ("HCPV") solar panels and other solar products, including ground-based and rooftop tracker systems, today announced the filing on SEDAR of its Financial Statements and the Management's Discussion and Analysis ("MD&A") for the quarter ended June 30, 2010 (collectively the "Financials").
Enhanced productivity and lower cost per watt from dual-lane Tritan systems
- Inox to Initiate Volume Production of 2 Megawatt Wind Turbines to Address Indian Wind Energy Market - India's Installed Base of Wind Power Expected to Double in Five Years
US Television Show Gives an In-Depth Look at Endurance Wind Power
Imagine outfitting your house with small, affordable solar panels that plug into a socket and pump power into your electrical system instead of taking it out. That's the promise of a Seattle, Washington-based start-up that is working to provide renewable energy options -- solar panels and wind turbines -- for homes and small businesses. The panels cost as little as $600 and plug directly into a power outlet. The company, Clarian Power , aims to be the first to bring a plug-in solar power system to the market, in 2011. Clarian's president, Chad Maglaque, says the company's product is different from existing micro-inverters, which convert solar panels' power into AC current. Maglaque says his system has built-in circuit protection, doesn't require a dedicated electrical panel and plugs directly into a standard electrical outlet. Source: CNN
Targray Technology International Inc announces the appointment of Patrick Boutard to the position of Product Manager in the Company's Solar Consumables Division.
IPVEA will demonstrate the PV Matrix, an innovative new solar supply chain tool, in stand L2/H2/A8 at the 25th European Photovoltaic Solar Energy Conference and Exhibition. EU PVSEC is scheduled to take place 6-9 September 201 at the Feria Valencia in Valencia, Spain.
SUNRNR of Virginia is offering 15-20% discounts on their clean renewable energy, solar/wind, portable generators to celebrate and support Ready.gov's National Preparedness Month! (30% off for new distributors.)
A new high response power station will provide rapid back up for intermittent renewable generation on Western Australia's south west electricity network says Prof. Ray Wills, Chief Executive of the WA Sustainable Energy Association Inc. (WA SEA), Australia's largest energy chamber.
Arvada, CO August 19, 2010: SkyFuel, Inc., designer and provider of the award winning SkyTrough® parabolic trough for the Concentrating Solar Power (CSP) industry, is pleased to announce the promotion of Alison Mason to Director of Marketing Communications.
Meeting set for September 30 - October 1
SolarCity, City College of San Francisco and Young Community Developers Create Solar Scholarship Pro
Classes for first-of-its-kind scholarship program to begin August 23rd
Solar energy is energy produced by the sun. India has long days and plenty of sunshine, especially in the region of the Thar desert in Rajasthan.
Blue Sky Energy, Inc., a leading manufacturer of photovoltaic (PV) charge controllers introduces the new Solar Boost 1524iX, the latest addition to the Solar Boost™ family of Maximum Power Point Tracking (MPPT) solar charge controllers.
That's right, whisky. Scottish (where else?) researchers at Edinburgh Napier University have figured out a way to use the byproducts of their nation's most famous beverage as biofuel, capable of running in any normal engine. Like some other biofuels, no modifications to the car are needed, making it an easily adopted, if not easily made or found, alternative. During the making of whisky (in this case likely Scotch, rather than the more freedom-loving whisky of my own nation, the glorious amber elixir that is bourbon), two main byproducts are produced. "Pot ale" is the name for the leftover liquid in the stills, and "draff" is the leftover, used-up grains. Together, the pot ale and draff can be converted into butanol. Butanol can actually be burned in typical gas engines, but due to its higher cost and difficulty in producing, it's more likely to be added in smaller doses to regular gasoline-maybe 5% or 10%. Source - SmartPlanet.com
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