Power-One, Inc. (Nasdaq: PWER), a leading provider of renewable energy and energy-efficient power conversion and power management solutions, has announced that it is introducing four new Outdoor PVI-Central Commercial Photovoltaic Inverters (150kW to 300kW) for installation in North America.
Lockheed Martin is upgrading its Lake Underhill Facility in Orlando, Florida with solar-powered streetlights from Carmanah Technologies. In addition to providing significant savings on installation and wiring, the stand-alone lighting alternative is expected to return significant energy savings.
Two Alpha Project Managers, Benjamin Strunk and Chuck Roehrig, have received PV Installer Certification by the North American Board of Certified Energy Practitioners (NABCEP).
Alpha Energy incorporats the latest innovations into the Solar Power system atop the Arizona Game & Fish headquarters on the Carefree Highway in Phoenix.
PV Trackers®, Provider of the Most Cost Effective Solar Tracking Systems, Announces Contract Expansion to 2MW of Solar Arrays with Granite Bay Energy
PV Trackers' Patented Dual-Axis Tracker Reduces the Levelized Cost of Energy Production by 30%
Project Progressing on Plan with Widespread Support
order to serve the current high demand for solar inverters and to become even more flexible in responding to the future developments of the solar markets, SMA Solar Technology AG (SMA) will enhance its production capacities through interim solutions over the next six months.
ECO4B to Invest in Four Select Renewable Energy Events Across Europe
The largest energy producing country in South-East Asia – Thailand – is going big on solar energy, with "getting down to business" as the key theme.
More than 7.2 million jobs have been lost in the U.S. since the start of the recession, and President Obama sees home retrofits for boosting energy efficiency and the expansion of highly competitive stimulus programs for green energy projects as two of the keys for turning that trend around. Today's speech comes on the heels of reports that the White House has been considering a 2-year, $23 billion program to encourage homeowners to undertake weatherization projects such as adding air sealing, insulation and energy-saving lightbulbs — dubbed the "cash for caulkers" program — widely cheered, unsurprisingly, by the home energy retrofit industry. Overall, the U.S. home energy retrofit market is poised to grow about 15 percent per year to $35 billion by 2013, up from $20.7 billion last year, according to a recent report from SBI Energy.
Abilene, Texas, is implementing $1 million in energy efficiency upgrades to city buildings. The project is paid for with Energy Efficiency Conservation Block Grants and includes the city's first solar power installation. Schneider Electric will complete the work as a performance contract.
The extensive range of meteorological instruments designed and manufactured by Gill Instruments, UK, is due to be expanded further during 2010, with a number of new products on the horizon.
Conference EBW UK in London shows how to turn a liability into a resource - Novelty bio-coal from waste
Julius Banks of the EPA, Nick Strickland of DuPont, David Boyd of Appion, and Dana Shanower of the United Association will clarify the confusion about the Clean Air Act as it relates to refrigerants.
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