KIC to Exhibit Products for Increased Cell Efficiency through Process Optimization at EU PVSEC 2010

KIC's partnership with the Balver Zinn group has expanded into the solar cell manufacturing industry with the company now selling KIC's SunKIC, e-Clipse and Spectrum products, which will be on display in booth L2/H4/A51a at the 25th EU PVSEC in Valencia, Spain from 6-9 September 2010.

Sono-Tek Corp. to Exhibit at EU PVSEC 2010

Sono-Tek will highlight its ultrasonic coating equipment, including a high-speed ultrasonic reciprocating coating system, HyperSonic, in Hall 4/Level 2/A45 at the 25th EU PVSEC in Valencia, Spain from 6-9 September 2010.

China plans huge electricity and solar powered buses that can drive over cars

Instead of spending millions to widen roads, the Shenzhen Huashi Future Parking Equipment company is developing a "3D Express Coach" (also called a "three-dimensional fast bus") that will allow cars less than 2 meters high to travel underneath the upper level carrying passengers. According to China Hush, the 6-meter-wide 3D Express Coach will be powered by a combination of electricity and solar energy, and will be able to travel up to 60 kilometers per hour carrying some 1200 to 1400 passengers. The first 115 miles of track is set for construction in Beijing's Mentougou district starting in late 2010. The Chairman of the Huashi Future Parking Equipment company boasts it will take only a year and 500 million yuan (around $73 million) to build the futuristic transportation system. Source: Huffington Post

SGS to Present its Wind Energy Services at the Husum Wind Energy Trade Fair 2010

On September 21 to 25, 2010, SGS will showcase its service portfolio for the wind energy industry at the Husum Wind Energy Trade Fair, stand no. 3A09 in sector A of hall 3 in Husum, Germany. The services offered by SGS include Commissioning and In-Service Inspections, Wind Farm Project Certification

Carbon Credited Farming Opens New Office in South East Asia

Carbon Credited Farming PLC (CCF) today announced the opening of its new office in Jakarta, Indonesia.

Panasonic buying Sanyo and other unit for $9.4 billion

Japan's Panasonic Corp plans to buy out subsidiaries Sanyo Electric and Panasonic Electric Works for up to 818.4 billion yen ($9.4 billion) to strengthen its push into greener businesses. The world's No.4 flat TV maker will raise up to 500 billion yen in a new share issue to help finance the buyouts, sending its shares down as much as 11 percent. Under President Fumio Ohtsubo, Panasonic has been shifting away from low-margin home electronics products and investing more aggressively in solar cells, batteries and other energy-related areas which offer promising growth prospects. Panasonic said making the two subsidiaries wholly-owned would allow it to more effectively allocate management resources across the group as well as speed up decision making amid growing competition from overseas rivals.

Progressive Insurance Automotive X PRIZE Concludes On Track Competition Events; Announces Teams Advancing to the Validation Stage

Nine Vehicles from SevenTeams Continue in their Pursuit of a Multimillion Dollar Prize for Super Fuel-Efficient Cars

Winning Hearts and Minds in the Renewable Energy Game

Ontario has been the recipient of numerous accolades lauding its aggressive renewable energy legislation and hospitable investment climate. However, some worry that despite all of these advances, Ontario is not doing everything in its power to make green technology a priority.

Micro-gardening Or Solar Electricity?

Suppose you are living in a large city and take the decision to stop using a privately owned vehicle and rely instead upon a shared car, public transport, or bicycling. Assuming you had off-street parking, what is the best use of your former parking space: gardening or solar electricity?

Sanyo Canopies Create New Solar Vernacular For Architects, Building Owners & Hoteliers

Design Flexibility and Superior Energy Output of SANYO's Bi-facial HIT® Double Modules Provide Architects & Building Owners More Solar Design Options and Increased Revenue Potential

Shaping America's Green Workforce: Community Colleges' Role

As environmental awareness and the trend toward the adaptation of sustainability practices become common in corporate America, the academic world is placed in a unique position to make a significant contribution to this trend by providing education and training that responds to this trend.

Altenergymag Interview - Solar Project Capitalization and Development

Prior to joining MP2 Capital as Managing Director, Jeff was a Managing Director at Lehman Brothers in Hong Kong, where he served as Head of Asia Technology Investment Banking and worked with many of the solar industry's leading panel and module suppliers. Mr. Glavan has more than 12 years of investment banking experience in corporate finance covering leading technology companies, and has advised clients on over 100 transactions including private placements, IPOs, follow-on equity offerings, high yield and convertible debt financings, and M&A and other strategic advisory transactions.

SMA Expands North American Utility-Scale PV Inverter Line

SMA America LLC, the U.S.-based subsidiary of global solar technology leader SMA Solar Technology AG, has expanded its U.S. line of utility products with the Sunny Central High Efficiency (HE) line of solar inverters.

Danville Green IT Economic Summit 2010

The Danville Green IT Economic Summit will be a landmark event with the latest breakthroughs in energy efficiency from the desktop to the data center.

California's clean energy future threatened by federal delays, state officials say

Plans for a massive expansion of clean energy in California are being jeopardized by federal foot-dragging, according to state officials who say that more than 20 nearly shovel-ready solar and wind projects are being held up by the U.S. Department of Energy. The projects are valued at as much as $30 billion, according to estimates by Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger's office. But the Department of Energy's laborious procedures to guarantee loans threaten to stymie construction financing for many of the projects, and builders could lose out on more than $10 billion in federal stimulus funding if they can't start digging by the end of the year. At stake are more than 12,000 new, high-paying construction and manufacturing jobs and the opportunity to replace a large portion of the state's fossil fuel-powered electric generation with nonpolluting energy. Source: LATimes

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