Renewables continue to Thrive despite subsidiary cuts

• Thrive Renewables' first bond offer completed in just under four weeks • Record-breaking year for the renewable energy company 
• Second fastest bond offer to reach target on Ethex

GE Partners with Looop, Bringing 1.5kV Solar Inverter Technology to Japan

• GE to Introduce the Japanese Solar Industry to the 1.5kV Solar Inverter Technology • GE Will Help Looop Co. Ltd. Become the First 1.5kV Photovoltaic System Builder and Owner in Japan

Canadian Solar Launches New Field-Installable T4 PV Connector for Faster, Lower-Cost PV Installations

The T4 PV Connector is a high-quality field-installable PV connector manufactured by TLIAN, a subsidiary of Canadian Solar established in December 2014. The T4 Connector has been in production since May 2015, after being granted state-of-the-art double certification per IEC62852/UL6703 standards, with over 12 million connectors already deployed in field installations.

Latin America on Track to Install 2.7 GW of Solar-PV Capacity in 2016, IHS Markit Says

Chile continues to spearhead the region's PV installations, accounting for 44 percent of new additions this year.

Verisk Analytics, Inc., to Acquire Greentech Media, Inc.

Acquisition positions Verisk's Wood Mackenzie business as a provider of market-leading analysis and insight across the entire energy landscape

Offshore hydropower market size is anticipated to witness significant growth over the forecast period

"Offshore Hydropower Market Size, Industry Analysis Report, Regional Analysis, Application Development Potential, Price Trend, Competitive Market Share & Forecast, 2016 - 2023"

Competition open to find the most outstanding people and projects in smart energy

European Utility Industry Awards are set to honour the brightest in the sector

Innovation competition awards brightest smart cities ideas

KIC InnoEnergy recognises students' most promising innovations

UH Researchers Discover Key Mechanism for Producing Solar Cells

Better Understanding of Perovskite Solar Cells Could Boost Widespread Use

BLADE EROSION TO BE DISCUSSED AT AMI's WIND TURBINE BLADE MANUFACTURE 2016 CONFERENCE

The conference will take place in Düsseldorf from 12-14 December 2016

New Publications from Fuel Cell and Hydrogen Energy Association Showcase Breadth and Range of Industry

Product and Media Guide feature full spectrum of fuel cell and hydrogen industry

Ballard Inks Landmark Deal For Local Production of Fuel Cell Stacks in China, With $168M Estimated Value Over 5-Years

Ballard Power Systems today announced the signing of definitive agreements in Foshan, China with Guangdong Nation Synergy Hydrogen Power Technology Co. Ltd. ("Synergy") for the establishment of an FCvelocity®-9SSL fuel cell stack production operation in the City of Yunfu, in Guangdong Province.

Capture UK Energy Storage Conference 2016 Launch

1st November 2016, Jurys Inn, Milton Keynes

SolarCity Raises $345 Million to Finance New Solar Projects

In addition to the $345 million in new funds, SolarCity also expanded its existing debt aggregation facility to $760 million, an increase of $110 million.

Offshore wind energy market size is anticipated to exceed USD 130 billion by 2023: Global Market Insights Inc.

"Offshore Wind Energy Market Size, Industry Analysis Report, Regional Outlook, Application Development, Price Trend, Competitive Market Share & Forecast, 2016 - 2023"

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