Sapa has sold its HatiCon operations to the German company Mounting Systems GmbH. HatiCon produces, markets and sells aluminium extrusion-based mounting systems for the solar industry.
IHS Technology analysts top 10 predictions for the 2015 global photovoltaic (PV) market
Patent Won for Ideal Power's Core Power Packet Switching Architecture (PPSA) Power Conversion Technology; Company's Intellectual Property Protected in the Largest Global Markets
Scatec Solar Closes USD 157 Million Financing from Google and Prudential Capital Group to Build 104 MW (dc) Solar Plant in Utah
Scatec Solar ASA ('SSO'), the integrated independent solar power producer, has entered into financing agreements totalling USD 157 million for construction of a 104 MW(dc) Red Hills solar power plant in Utah.
SunEdison Signs Supply Agreements Which Enable Addition of 1.6 Gigawatts of Wind Energy Projects to Development Engine
SunEdison, Inc. (NYSE: SUNE), a leading global solar technology manufacturer and provider of solar energy services, and TerraForm Power, Inc. (Nasdaq: TERP), a global owner and operator of clean energy power plants, today announced that SunEdison had purchased new turbines that will enable SunEdison to develop up to 1.6 gigawatts (GW) of incremental wind energy projects which qualify for the U.S. federal production tax credit (PTC).
Scotland's largest offshore wind and supply chain event comes to Aberdeen this month (January 2015) – with more international exhibitors than ever before. Businesses from across Europe will flock to the city on January 27 and 28 to discuss hot topics like the Contracts for Difference funding regime
Energy Services Veterans Brian Coker and Derek Gault Join Leading Solar Mounting Systems Manufacturer
Calling it potential "game changer," the Solar Energy Industries Association (SEIA) is praising new efforts by California Gov. Jerry Brown to significantly expand the state's renewable energy goals.
EcoFasten Solar and Alpine SnowGuards are looking forward to seeing you in New Orleans!
Supported by both business and environmental groups, hundreds of thousands of people from across the United States and around the world are expected to take part in the Solar Energy Industries Association's (SEIA) 2nd annual National "Shout Out For Solar" Day
The United Kingdom blew past previous wind power records in 2014 while Germany generated a record amount of electricity from wind in December, setting the stage for 2015 to bring more industry growth across Europe. Exactly how quickly it grows, however, is contingent upon several political and regulatory decisions to come. Using statistics from the U.K.’s National Grid, the trade association RenewableUK found that wind generated enough electricity to power just over 25 percent of U.K. homes in 2014 — a 15 percent increase from 2013. Wind turbines provided 9.3 percent of the U.K’s total electricity supply last year, a 1.5 percent boost from 2013. “It’s great to start 2015 with some good news about the massive quantities of clean electricity we’re now generating from wind,” said RenewableUK’s Deputy Chief Executive Maf Smith. In December, Germany generated more wind power, 8.9 terawatt-hours, than in any previous month. According to the IWR renewable energy research institute, this record will be overtaken in 2015 as more offshore wind farms come online.
More than three-fifths of Americans believe we now have the technological know-how for solar energy to become a really important part of our nation's energy needs
Mercom Releases Solar Funding Report: Total Corporate Funding Increases 175 percent to $26.5 Billion in the Solar Sector
Total Corporate Funding Increases 175 percent to $26.5 Billion in the Solar Sector, VC Funding Doubles, Strong Public Market, Debt Financing and IPO Activity, Reports Mercom Capital Group
EDF Renewable Energy (EDF RE) has placed a firm order with Vestas Wind Systems A/S for 150 megawatt (MW) of wind turbine generators.
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