Carbon Zero UK have supplied a biomass heating system for top BBC Radio DJ Mark Radcliffe for his Cheshire farmhouse.
Interest in Distributed Energy Generation is Driving Growth in Small Wind Power, According to Pike Research
Large corporate investment has led to the development of larger wind turbines and utility-scale wind farms, but consumer demand is driving the growth of the small wind power market as well.
North America's Largest Cleantech Public Relations Firm, Antenna Group, Expands Footprint to UK and EU
Antenna Forms Global Strategic Alliance with Greenpoint PR
Chint/Astronergy (a multi-national solar panel manufacturer) used a total of 22,000 panels to complete the 5 megawatt solar power plant, which is one of North Carolina's largest solar farms
solar-village in Israel: modules from aleo solar AG produce solar power on over 70 percent of the roofs
Solenergy Ltd., installed the photovoltaic plants with an output of 15 - 50 kilowatts on more than 25 residential and agricultural buildings.
The energy trade fair and conference RENEXPO® is one of the top sources of information for the energy revolution
Kevin Suhr brings together technical experience and personalized customer service to support global growth
New Technologies, Copper Facilitate Market Growth
Federal research lab concludes China's costs to produce and deliver solar to U.S. market exceed those of U.S. producers
Analysis dispels faulty assumption that Chinese manufacturers enjoy cost advantage
New maps provide updated information about distribution of solar resource in South Africa and reveal sites with highest potential for solar project development
Increasing competition with Chinese and other Asian companies expected to enter the market in the short to medium term
POWER-GEN Europe 2012 confirms keynote speakers for energy industry's premier conference and exhibition
Leading figures to address crucial topics regarding policies, the green agenda and security and sustainability of supply
SEM has installed a 1.13 MW solar array in Pennsylvania for Marlboro Mushrooms.
Alta Devices' most recent solar panel has been verified by the National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) at 23.5% efficiency. This is the highest solar panel efficiency yet achieved and demonstrates Alta's progress toward its objective of developing solar photovoltaic (PV) solutions that are competitive, without subsidies, with fossil fuels. Today's announcement is Alta's next step toward commercializing its technology. This new panel uses the same technology as the company announced last summer, which achieved record solar cell conversion efficiencies resulting from key technical breakthroughs in harnessing the high efficiency of gallium arsenide (GaAs) in cost-effective ways (see http://bit.ly/m51A5f ). Alta chose to focus on GaAs because of its intrinsic efficiency advantages as well as its ability to generate electricity at high temperatures and in low light. This means that Alta's panels have substantially higher energy density than other technologies, generating more kilowatt-hours of energy over the course of a year in real life conditions.
Ballard Power Systems today announced that it has signed a non-binding Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with WEG Industries (Brazil), a multinational corporation headquartered in Jaragua do Sul, Brazil, to collaborate on product and market development of clean energy fuel
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