PROINSO'S extends it International Networks to 737 qualified installers worldwide

The network of qualified installers of the Spanish company PROINSO has topped the figure of 737 qualified companies worldwide, a figure that is well above the multinational's initial forecasts which pointed to some 200 companies joining the Network by the end of 2010.

Dow Corning Announces European Investments in Innovation and Solar Energy

Dow Corning has announced that it will invest up to $13 million (USD) to expand its European capabilities to innovate with silicon-based materials and technologies.

Christopher Associates Now Provides Qualification Samples for Its Advanced Backsheet Material

The company now ships qualification samples of the Jolywood FFC-JW30 advanced photovoltaic backsheet material. Using patented technology, Jolywood has achieved a breakthrough in environmental resistance and electrical performance.

China to Subsidize Alternative Energy Cars

China is subsidizing alternative- energy cars in five cities to increase their attractiveness for buyers to reduce reliance on fossil fuels and improve air quality. The government will provide as much as 50,000 yuan ($7,320) for purchases of plug-in hybrid models, which run partly on gasoline, and as much as 60,000 yuan for cars powered only by batteries, a statement on the Ministry of Finance's website said today. China, which became the world's biggest car market last year, aims to increase the annual production capacity of alternative-energy vehicles to half a million units by 2011 as part of efforts to cut oil imports and rein in pollution.

JA Solar to introduce new solar cell at Intersolar 2010

Munich, June, 10th, 2:00 pm

OPEL SOLAR INC. CEO SAYS FUTURE REMAINS BRIGHT FOR SOLAR POWER

OPEL SOLAR INC. CEO SAYS FUTURE REMAINS BRIGHT FOR SOLAR POWER Company Reports Global Uptick in Requests for Quotes on Industrial Scale Power Systems

State of the States: Fuel Cells in America

Fuel cells are here today, available for purchase and already taking off in early markets such as the telecommunications industry, materials handling equipment, and combined heat-and-power stationary systems.

EcoCAR: The NeXt Challenge

EcoCAR: The NeXt Challenge is a three-year collegiate student engineering competition that focuses on vehicle integration of advanced propulsion technologies. The competition challenges 16 universities across North America to reduce the environmental impact of vehicles by minimizing the vehicle's fuel consumption, petroleum use and emissions, while maintaining its utility, safety and performance.

Turning A Poisonous Weed Into The Next Viable Biofuel

The CCF Energy Credits Program facilitates the implementation of scalable and auditable energy efficiencies through education, baseline auditing and practicable product and service applications, all of which result in volume job creation at the shop floor and management levels now and in the future. For business and consumer customers, the benefits are also clear - reduced costs of energy be it water or electricity, with a no cost power efficiency program.

Batteries for Alternative Energy Systems

The most common mistake made when sizing battery banks is not having accurate load information. If manufacturer's data is not available for a particular load, steps should be taken to measure actual power use instead of making a guess. Small mistakes can have a big impact, causing the end user to eventually lose power and potentially require a replacement battery bank sooner than expected. Since most battery based renewable energy systems are off-grid and all power will be generated and stored on-site, it's critical that the designer understand the nature of the loads the system is designed to run.

National Semiconductor's SolarMagic Chipset Makes Solar Panels "Smarter"

In-Panel Electronics Enable Module and Junction Box Manufacturers to Integrate Award-Winning Power Optimizer Technology

Tradeshow News Report - WindPower 2010

News Stories from WindPower 2010 in Dallas, TX

Tradeshow News Report - Solar 2010

News stories from Solar 2010 in Phoenix, AZ

Tradeshow Report - The ASES National Solar Convention

The Conference is one of North America's top educational opportunities for solar energy professionals offering hundreds of classes and sessions as well as an exhibit hall with around 200 exhibiting companies.

Electric Daihatsu Mira goes 623 miles on a charge, but not to a showroom near you

Want an electric vehicle with more than a piddly couple-hundred mile range? Apparently you have to build it yourself and follow in the footsteps of the Japan Electric Vehicle Club, which broke the Guinness World Record last weekend by driving 623.76 miles (just over 1,000km) on a single charge in its customized Daihatsu Mira. The trip took 27.5 hours traveling around what appears to be the famous Tsukuba circuit in Shimotsuma, Japan. The car was powered by 8,320 Sanyo li-ion cells, each weighing about 44 grams, for a grand total of 807lbs -- more than half the weight of a stock Mira. While we're sure Daihatsu helped with this build, it's worth noting that this is not an official project of the company, meaning the 100 mile Nissan Leaf is about as close as you're going to get to this feat for the near future. Source: Engadget

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