The global lithium-ion battery industry is expected to reach $24.2 billion by 2018. APAC is expected to be the leading region in terms of lithium-ion battery consumption for automotive industry during 2013-2018.
LEOSPHERE, the world leader in LiDAR technology, has announced today the validation of its patented Flow Complexity Recognition (FCR) system upgrade to deliver wind measurement data of superior accuracy on complex wind sites.
Construction to begin on 200 MW project in Minnesota
EDF Renewable Energy's U.S. portfolio spans 17 states
Intersolar North American in San Francisco's Moscone Center July 8-10
Energy Department Makes Additional $4 Billion in Loan Guarantees Available for Innovative Renewable Energy and Efficient Energy Projects
This solicitation represents the next step in the Department's commitment to support the deployment of innovative, clean energy technologies at commercial scale in the U.S.
Hotar: Decision is irresponsible and impossible to rationalise
Potential of home grown energy on show as industry calls on Government to help solar become subsidy-free
REA encourages industry and communities to get ready for shared ownership
You can meet representatives from Renusol at Intersolar North America in San Francisco from 8th–10th July 2014.
A second federal agency has confirmed that output from emerging renewable energy sources in Canada declined significantly in 2013.
Present hydrogen technology requires trained specialist, catalyst, hydrocarbon feedstock, permanent production location, production of waste materials, and does very little to benefit the environment.
The Swiss inverter manufacturer SolarMax has provided its technology to the Middle East for the first time by partnering with Qatar Solar Energy (QSE).
The battery industry is expanding rapidly, although revenue growth is modest
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