CPV could reach grid parity by 2011

According to a new report entitled "The CPV Challenge (Part I): Achieving Grid Parity", written by the University of Jaen (Spain) and CPV today, CPV could reach grid parity between 2011 and 2015. Efficiency increases will be instrumental in bringing about significant cost reductions

Thin Film Solar Summit 2009 presents event schedule

The Thin Film Solar Summit Europe, organized by Thin Film Today, will take place in Berlin, Germany, from May 19 - 20, 2009. The summit will provide a forum for addressing the most critical business challenges currently facing the Thin Film Industry in Europe

IN-DEPTH: Spate of investments in European thin film companies depict a rosy picture

An in depth look at the recent spate of investment in European thin film companies.

Conservation Services Group A Bright Light in Current Economy

Conservation Services Group, a national energy services firm based near Boston, is seeing record job and revenue growth, culminating with the 25th anniversary of the company.

Waste not, want not - Government action must lead.

Following a report by the Australian National Audit Office, it is clear Federal Government operations are failing to take up sustainable energy and to reduce emissions, according to the peak body for WA's sustainable energy industries.

Green Life Smart Life Announces Building Partners for Home Sustainability Project

From hardwood flooring to roofing solutions, eco-conscious manufacturers sign on to support Green Life Smart Life's quest for LEED-H certification.

Xantrex and Schneider Electric introduce Solar Power Conversion Substations to North America

Xantrex Technology Inc., a subsidiary of Schneider Electric, announces the launch of the Solar Power Conversion Substation (SPCS) for the North American market.

Nine leading biomass companies form Biomass Thermal Energy Council

A group of nine leading biomass companies has formed the Biomass Thermal Energy Council (BTEC), a non-profit association dedicated to advancing the use of biomass for heat and other thermal energy applications.

Entegrity Wind Systems Installs New Wind Turbine at NREL's National Wind Technology Center

Boulder, Colo. (March 10, 2009) - Entegrity Wind Systems, Inc., a leading manufacturer of commercial-scale wind turbines, announces the installation of a new EW50 100-foot monopole wind turbine at The U.S. Department of Energy's National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL).

EnerWorks Partners with Nelson & Small to Bring Solar Power to the Northeast

EnerWorks announced today its strategic partnership with Nelson & Small, a top performing, nationally recognized wholesale distributor founded over 70 years ago.

Biomass Plan submitted to Chinese Agriculture Ministry

National Action Plan for Biomass Submitted to Chinese Ministry of Agriculture

Carbon 'bushfire fight' can benefit from 'cool weather'.

Shrinking economies, the downturn in industry and the global recession will slow production of emissions from human sources around the world. This is the equivalent to a cool change when fighting a raging fire - the logical thing to do at that point is to double your efforts, not rest a while.

Wisconsin Sees Record Number of Renewable Energy Systems Installed in 2008

Focus on Energy helped state residents and businesses install 338 renewable energy systems in the past year.

EnerWorks Appointments Enhance Customer Service

EnerWorks announced today two appointments which demonstrate its commitment to unparalleled customer service and support.

Solar and Wind 101 Seminars

The Illinois Solar Energy Association is pleased to announce its fourth year of Solar 101 and Wind 101 seminars.

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