Who to Watch as Lithium Boom Rocks Nevada

Lithium is still making significant gains for investors looking to get in on the next big energy game.

NextEra Energy Resources to build, own and operate solar energy systems for U.S. Navy in Hawaii

"This renewable energy project further illustrates our commitment to renewable energy, the Department of Defense and the state of Hawaii."

Tri Global Energy Expands with Addition of Solar Division, Acquires California-based Solar Company

Tri Global Energy Turns American Business Act on Climate Pledge into Reality with Solar Acquisition

New report finds more American businesses are installing solar than ever before

Shows a 59 percent growth in solar installations since just last year.

Texas Solar Industry Crosses Fingers On Oncor's 2016 Commercial Solar Rebate

Important Changes To ONCOR's 2016 Commercial Solar Incentive

Turboden launches its Turkish operations and delivers the first Turkish-made 3 MW turbine while expanding into larger size geothermal projects

On April 27th, Turboden launches its daughter company, Turboden Turkey, to give customers access the local content incentives offered by the Turkish Government for renewable energy generation along with providing local on-site and after-sales services. The first 3 MWe turbine was already successfully manufactured in Turkey and has been delivered to AFJET on November 24th, 2015. A 16 MW geothermal plant in Croatia was recently contracted for the Turkish geothermal development leading company MB Holding.

Sustainable Energy Solutions and Solbridge Energy Plan Merger to Form Southern Current

Merger represents a pooling of resources by 2 of the premier solar companies in the Southeast.

Upsolar and la Nef Deliver Clean Energy through 25 Social Housing Units in France

200-kWp project combines ethical financing and cutting-edge technologies to bring economic benefits to low-income tenants

Next-generation fuel cells are ready for low-emission electricity production

VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland Ltd, under the INNO-SOFC project and in collaboration with Convion Ltd and Elcogen Ltd, is developing a new-generation, long-life fuel cell system offering efficiency higher than that of competing technologies. The project will result in new, energy-efficient and commercially viable applications.

Europe remains most important market for electricity generation from solid biomass

Even though subsidies are declining in Europe, it will remain the world's most important market for biomass power plants, with 75 billion € to be invested within the next 10 years. The market in Asia is flagging at a high level and still shows the worldwide largest capacity increases. These are the results of ecoprog's latest market analysis.

Solar industry disappointed with Autumn Statement

Reacting to minimal announcements of relevance to solar PV in the Chancellor's Autumn Statement, the Solar Trade Association has expressed disappointment.

Energy Storage Veterans - Lithium Battery Fire Safety Redefined

A Template for the Next Generation of Lithium Safety Starting Today

SCF Call for Proposals 2016 launched

The 7th SCF call asks for project proposals on a number of priority issues.

Solar energy as a reliable source for improving education

Leading Pakistani university, LUMS uses sun2live rooftop installation to power its campus

Turbine owners establish global peer-to-peer platform to solve O&M issues collaboratively

Wind farm owners representing 12 % of global turbine assets have founded a new peer-to-peer online platform called o2o Wind, dedicated to the exchange of knowledge and experience on operation and maintenance issues. The o2o Wind forum is the first initiative of the kind aimed at fostering wind farm O&M best practice through a collaborative approach.

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