Replacing fossil with fossil makes little sense, comments solar industry

Last month green energy utility Good Energy published a report showing that solar and wind are already helping to reduce wholesale electricity costs.

BioSolar Prototype Demonstrates Clear Path to High Capacity, Low Cost Lithium-Ion Battery

Company completes first phase of development with encouraging data suggesting its Super Cathode technology can achieve significantly higher capacity with costs below $100/kWh

Yaskawa - Solectria Solar Leads the U.S. Commercial PV Inverter Industry

Yaskawa - Solectria Solar, a leading U.S. PV inverter manufacturer, announced today that it has become the #1 commercial inverter supplier in the U.S. according to GTM Research. GTM Research is the leading market analysis and advisory firm on the transformation of the global electricity industry and is known for its U.S. PV industry expertise.

CMT's Annual Biomass & BioEnergy Asia on 26-28 Jan, in Bangkok

CMT's annual two-track summit incorporating - 'Biomass Supply Chain' and 'Biofuels World Asia' - traces Asia's biomass feedstock market trends and the progress in use of biofuels in road transport and aviation.

WINAICO modules pass 5000 Pa DML test to withstand strong winds greater than level 17

WINAICO's high efficiency WST-260P6 modules pass 5000 Pa DML tests, performed by leading research institute ITRI, to prove the module reliability against strong winds greater than level 17 on the Beaufort scale

ReneSola America President Jessica Super Wins Bronze Stevie® Award for Women in Business

Prestigious business award presented to leader in LED lighting and energy efficient products

SEIA Applauds National Commitment to Increase Solar Access for all Americans

Solar is the fastest-growing source of energy in America today.

In 2016 Solar Will Boom, but will it Bust in 2017?

A new report out today (Nov. 9) by analytics firm IHS anticipates that solar photovoltaic (PV) sales will grow strongly through the first half of 2016 growing to 65.5 gigawatts of new solar power world wide. But the incentives that have helped fuel its growth will subside in 2017, which could slow solar growth down in the second half of 2016.

Siemens reduces transport costs for offshore wind turbines by up to 20 percent

• Logistics contract concluded with deugro Danmark A/S • Two special transport vessels for rotor blades and nacelles to be built • Heavy components to be moved in tailor-made "Roll-on/Roll-off" process • Optimized procedures reduce installation time

Reduced Solar Photovoltaic Additions in Germany and Japan Will Not Dampen Global Growth in 2015, says GlobalData

Global cumulative installed capacity for solar Photovoltaic (PV) power will rise from 175.4 Gigawatts (GW) in 2014 to an estimated 223.2 GW in 2015 -- However, adjustments in the government policies of Germany and Japan will see their annual solar PV installations fall this year, says analyst

PATHION Enters the Energy Storage Systems (ESS) Market

PATHION announces a family of commercial and industrial energy storage systems that range from 28kWh to well over 1 Megawatt

Trojan Exhibits @ Intersolar India; Named Finalist to Receive Intersolar India Award

Reliable Power for Renewable Energy Applications with Trojan Deep-Cycle Batteries Trojan and TeamSustain Nominated for "Solar Project in India" Award

RoseWater Energy Management Hub Earns Awards at CEDIA Expo

The new RoseWater Energy Group Hubs received significant attention for its all-in-one residential and business energy management control solution that delivers clean and conditioned power while protecting electronics and providing an option to 'go green' by integrating solar panels.

DC Solar Freedom To Deploy Millions Worth of Solar Generators to Colleges and Universities Across the U.S.

Renowned Mills College in Oakland, CA to receive first fleet of mobile solar products

Wunder Capital Launches Wunder Bridge Fund to Help Investors Tap Into Booming Solar Market

Second fund builds on success of Wunder Income Fund for accredited individual and institutional investors

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