SMA America to Debut Innovative Commercial and Utility-Scale Products at Solar Power International

SMA America, the North American subsidiary of global solar technology leader SMA Solar Technology AG, will unveil new commercial and utility-scale solar inverters, as well as monitoring solutions and professional services at this year's Solar Power International.

Come Explore Business Opportunities in Tuscany. Become a Part of the USA Delegation

We cordially invite you to be part of a trade mission and workshop dedicated to renewable energies in Tuscany, Italy, taking place Oct. 6th & 7th, 2010.

CENTROSOLAR AMERICA EXPANDS US PRESENCE IN THE NORTHEAST

CENTROSOLAR America announces expanded US presence to serve its growing installer partner network in the northeast region with a new sales and distribution operations in Edison, New Jersey. The 10,000 sq. ft. facility will be the company's 2nd regional sales and warehouse distribution center adding to its offices in Scottsdale, AZ and Pleasanton, CA.

Scientists develop self-healing solar cells

Over time, most solar cells degrade due to prolonged exposure to the sun's scathing rays and are rendered useless. But with a little inspiration from nature, researchers have now created a new solar material that regenerates its damaged energy-capturing packets on-demand. A small prototype solar cell built from the self-healing material can continuously produce electricity for an entire week without losing any efficiency, the scientists report. The team was inspired by plants in nature. The ingredients within a plant’s leaves that turn sunlight into energy aren't actually immune to the sun’s damage. Instead, the molecules do their job (pump out sugar), get destroyed, and in less than an hour they regenerate. This process happens over and over again – enabling the leaves to produce energy at the same efficiency as they did on day one of their operation. Read the full article by Michelle Bryner here.

PGE's largest renewable energy project complete Oregon's energy future spins at Biglow Canyon Wind Farm

Biglow Canyon represents PGE's largest renewable project, with a total installed capacity of 450 megawatts. Given the variability of wind power, the plant is expected to produce an average of around 150 MW - enough to power the homes of about 125,000 average PGE residential customers.

Dr Farooq Abdullah in the opening ceremony of CSP TODAY INDIA

Dr Abdullah, the Union Minister of New and Renewable Energy of India demonstrated the commitment of the Ministry of New & Renewable Energy to the concentrated solar thermal power industry by opening the inaugural CSP TODAY INDIA event.

Efficiency record of 17.6% on flexible CIGS solar cell on plastic developed at EMPA

Flexible thin film solar cells on polymer film with a new record efficiency of 17.6% have been developed by the scientists at EMPA.

Lunera Lighting Now Listed On GSA Schedule

Customers Can Now Easily Purchase Lunera Commercial LED Lighting Fixtures

Call for Solutions!: Downeast Launches $5 million Biomass Engineering Competition

The DownEast 2010 Biomass Engineering Prize Competition seeks innovative solutions and technologies capable of transforming an underperforming biomass-fueled electricity generating facility in Maine into a vibrant part of the green energy grid. A recent operations audit concluded that available conventional retro-fitting options were uninspiring. This challenge has two simple goals: return the facility to profitability and utilize new and disruptive biomass-fueled electricity generation technologies that do not require massive capital investments and that can achieve sustained profitable operations. All manners of solutions will be considered, including new technologies and novel applications of existing technologies, process improvements and site re-use. In short, DownEast is seeking creative ingenuity from innovators across the globe.

School's in Session: Warrior Group Completes Major New Building on The University of North Texas at Dallas Campus

The University of North Texas at Dallas has completed its second building - a $41.5 M facility that includes numerous sustainable features and renewable energy components. Warrior Group partnered with Beck Group as general contractor to build the three-story, 100,000 square-foot facility

H.C. Starck - Improving Sputtering Performance in State-of-the-Art Thin Film Materials Lab

Material utilization, cost reduction and improved sputtering performance are leading factors for sputtering target research and development efforts at H.C. Starck Inc., Fabricated Products Group.

PROINSO becomes PV CYCLE point for the collection and recycling of modules in Europe

The Spanish multinational company PROINSO has become a Point of Collection for solar photovoltaic modules for the Association PV CYCLE, a non-profit organization specializing in the global management and recycling of waste (www.pvcycle.org).

Call for Solutions!: Downeast Launches $5 million Biomass Engineering Competition

The DownEast 2010 Biomass Engineering Prize Competition seeks innovative solutions and technologies capable of transforming an underperforming biomass-fueled electricity generating facility in Maine into a vibrant part of the green energy grid.

EERC: Project to generate heat and power from biomass

The Energy & Environmental Research Center and Cummins Power Generation develop a demo project for heat and power from biomass.

Solar San Antonio's Bring Solar Home' Campaign to Help Homeowners Go Solar with San Antonio's First

More: August 25, 2010 - Non-profit organization, Solar San Antonio has worked with local financial institutions to facilitate San Antonio's first ever low-interest solar loan programs. With these options, solar energy is now easy and affordable for homeowners.

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