Sharp Considering Sale Of U.S. Solar Energy Unit

Sharp Corp is looking to sell its U.S.-based solar energy development unit Recurrent Energy, Bloomberg reported on Monday, as the Japanese firm winds down its involvement in the solar industry to focus on profitable businesses. Sharp paid $305 million in cash in 2010 to acquire Recurrent Energy. Selling the company now would help Sharp to raise capital as it struggles to raise its equity ratio to a healthy level. This year, Sharp shut down its UK solar plant and also pulled out of a venture with Italian energy firm Enel SpA  to make solar panels and generate solar power.

Hybrid Energy Innovations Event to be Held April 8-9 in NY

Hybrid Energy Innovations 2015, a new event devoted to the fast growing hybrid energy market, will be held April 8-9 at the downtown Digital Sandbox Network Center in New York. The event will highlight successful examples of a wide range of hybrid energy forms.

Global Clean Energy, Inc. Project Development Update

HOUSTON, TX--(Marketwired - Sep 5, 2014) - Global Clean Energy, Inc. (OTC PINK: GCEI) is pleased to advise that it is progressing with all that is required to acquire the ferrous metal company in the Southeastern US and expects to close on the acquisition during the fourth quarter of this year.

Clenergy selected for megawatt-scale PV project in Sabah, Malaysia

Clenergy's PV-ezRack SolarTerrace III-A chosen for a PV project in Kota Kinabalu, Malaysia

2014 Planning Guide and Catalog Available Now!

Email catalog@backwoodssolar.com for your free copy of our planning guide and catalog.

Duke Energy to build Los Vientos V wind power project in Texas

With an expected completion date in late 2015, Los Vientos V will produce enough emissions-free electricity to power about 33,000 homes.

The US and China hold close to half of the world's planned PV projects

Globally, IHS tracks 132 GW of photovoltaic (PV) projects at various stages of development, of which 10 GW under construction ---- At a combined capacity of 61 GW, projects in the US and China make up almost half of the current PV pipeline. IHS considers a great chunk of the planned projects as immature, unlikely to materialize under current policy frameworks ---- Beyond the very largest PV markets, Chile and the UK display pipelines of 9 GW and 7 GW, respectively

Northern Power Systems launches new distributed wind turbines

NPS 100 and NPS 60 improve annual energy production by up to 15%

BayWa r.e. acquires 80 MW Project and secures GE Turbines

The project, located in Charles Mix, Bon Homme, and Hutchinson Counties, South Dakota, will sell energy to NorthWestern Energy.

Tile Flashing Systems from EcoFasten Solar®

Our Tile Flashing Systems were designed for use on new or existing tile roofs and are available in 3 profile options for flat, "W" and "S" tile roofs.

Oberon DME Receives EPA's First Biogas-Based Fuel Approval Under the Renewable Fuel Standard

The transportation industry, particularly the heavy-duty sector, now has another option under the RFS for a domestically produced, renewable fuel.

New Product Launch from EcoFasten Solar® Unveiled at Intersolar 2014

CorruSlide solar roof mount for corrugated metal roofs

GEA Geothermal Energy Expo: Open to the Public

Portland, Oregon, USA: October 1

Siemens receives grid connection order for Dudgeon offshore wind farm

In addition to supplying wind turbines and service, Siemens also handles grid connection for the British offshore project ---- Milestone: Tenth grid connection with AC technology ---- Climate-friendly energy for 410,000 British homes

Largest single-roof Local Authority-owned solar panel system in the UK completed

Wiltshire Council installs solar panel system that helps convert household waste to fuel

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