Biofuel to Answer Energy Crunch in Asia-Pacific

The highly populated Asia-Pacific region, buzzing with intense economic activity, is fast adopting biofuels to meet its shooting energy demand and maintain energy security, says RNCOS.

Unirac optimizes industry-leading PV mounting technology for increased savings to installers

Unirac Inc., North America's leading manufacturer of solar photovoltaic (PV) mounting solutions, today announced the launch of their newly improved RapidRac G10 PV Mounting solution for flat roof commercial systems.

Asia-Pacific – LNG New Additive in Energy Basket

Energy security policies and need for fuel diversification is encouraging the Asia-Pacific countries to adopt LNG as a means to reducing dependence on imported oil.

Swiss Adopt aggressive feed in tariff law for Renewable Energy

Switzerland recently adopted one of the world's most aggressive systems of feed in tariffs.

Feed in tariff pioneer meets Schwarzenegger in Miami

California Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger made a surprise appearance in Miami on Thursday to praise his Florida counterpart's efforts to stop global climate change

French Solar Industry demands higher Feed-in Tariffs

Today representatives of the French solar industry and the European Photovoltaic Industry Association called for France to increase the feed-in tariffs for solar PV systems.

Hawaii based Sopogy, Inc. breaks ground on the WORLD FIRST MICROCSP solar farm.

SOPOGY BREAKS GROUND ON WORLDS FIRST MICROCSP SOLAR FARM AT THE NATURAL ENERGY LABORATORY OF HAWAII.

SolarPower Restoration ties up with T.Clear Corporation

SolarPower Restoration Systems announced today, under an exclusive global license agreement, T.Clear Corporation will manufactured and distributed the T.Clear SOLAR LG LIGHTGUARD® and SOLAR HG HEAVYGUARD® (PMR) insulation panels based on SolarPower Restoration's SolarSeal Technologies' design.

Veterans from General Motors, Rutgers' Energy Storage Group and China's Lyrun Join PowerGenix

Veterans from General Motors, Rutgers' Energy Storage Group and China's Lyrun Join PowerGenix Advisory Board

The Renewable Energy Centre applauds feasibility study for Irish and Scottish Renewable Energy

Plans announced yesterday for a study into the feasibility of wind and wave farms off the coast of Northern Ireland and Scotland were heralded as a positive step forward by The Renewable Energy Centre.co.uk

The Economics of Solar Power

A new era for solar power is approaching. The rising cost of fossil fuels and better technology is making solar, long derided as uneconomic, a major player in the future energy mix.

QLD outshines the pack on solar power

Queensland is leading the push to install solar photovoltaic energy systems on the roofs of every school in the state, outstripping the federal government in its promise to make every Australian school a solar school by 2015.

Electric car powered by solar

Solar-powered and electric vehicles, along with hybrid technology, once a fringe flight of scientific fancy, are becoming ever more economically viable and consumers wanting to save money and fight climate change are taking them seriously.

Sharp unveils low-consumption, solar powered LCD TV

Consumes a quarter of the power of an equivalent-sized CRT TV, and a third of the power of an LCD TV.

Renewable Energies in Canada to Grow 1.6% a Year, says US report

Total consumption of renewable energies in Canada will grow by 1.6% per year until 2030.

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Kipp & Zonen - DustIQ the novel soiling monitoring solution for solar panels

Soiling of the panel glass is one of the major problems in the rapidly expanding solar energy market, with the attendant loss of efficiency and reduction in performance ratios. Now, there's a new, simple and very cost-effective alternative. Based on Kipp & Zonen's unique Optical Soiling Measurement (OSM) technology, DustIQ can be easily added to new or existing solar arrays and integrated into plant management systems. The unit is mounted to the frame of a PV panel and does not need sunlight to operate. It continuously measures the transmission loss through glass caused by soiling, so that the reduction in light reaching the solar cells can be calculated.