Intersolar 2014 - INTERSOLAR EUROPE WITH NEW HIGHLIGHTS GETS UNDERWAY

The leading exhibition for the solar industry kicks off in Munich

Africa's Largest Self-Sufficient Solar Microgrid Project Created through Technologies from MAECI, GE and Princeton Power Systems

Annobon Province, Equatorial Guinea, to Install 5-MW Self-Sufficient Solar Microgrid MAECI Solar Project includes GE and Princeton Power Systems Technology Reliable, Predictable Power Enabled through GE Energy Storage Solar Installation to Supply Electricity for 100 Percent of Annobon Province's Current Demand

Intersolar 2014 - ELECTRICAL ENERY STORAGE (EES) GETS UNDERWAY

The international exhibition showcases innovative storage solutions for the energy transition over three days

Solsol Group receives order to upgrade Solartron's cell and module production capacity to 180 MW

Cell efficiency is pushed to 18 percent on multi-crystalline wafers

PVinsights : Dramatic price cuts on polysilicon in June.

Slow system deployment in China and the approaching quarter-end adds price cut pressure on Chinese module makers. As module, cell, and wafer pricing drops consecutively, price cut pressure for polysilicon increases in June.

Energy Storage World Forum Rome 2015

The 8th Energy Storage World Forum in 2015 will take place in Rome and will include The 3rd Microgrid Forum and The 2nd Residential Energy Storage Forum.

CEO WARNS AGAINST ENERGY COMPLACENCY FROM FRACKING BOOM

Coatings CEO Warns Against Energy Complacency Arising From The Fracking Boom

Making Solar Panels in China Takes Lots of Dirty Energy

Manufacturing solar panels can be a dirty business, from the mining of raw materials to the chemical-laced process of purifying silicon to the assembly of silicon wafers.   Solar energy is a renewable source, of course, but it’s essential to examine the full supply chain to gauge its total environmental impact. One potential concern is the use, containment, and disposal of toxic chemicals. Another is the energy-efficiency of the manufacturing process and the source of the energy used.   Researchers at Northwestern University and the U.S. Department of Energy’s Argonne National Laboratory recently examined the solar panel production process in different locations and published their findings in the July issue of the journal Solar Energy. “We estimated that a solar panel’s carbon footprint is about twice as high when made in China and used in Europe, compared to those locally made and used in Europe,” says Fengqi You, a co-author of the paper and an assistant professor of chemical and biological engineering at Northwestern. “While it might be an economically attractive option to move solar panel manufacturing from Europe to China, it is actually less sustainable from the life cycle energy and environmental perspective.”   The primary differences, the researchers found, are the less stringent enforcement of environmental regulations in China coupled with the country’s more coal-dependent power sector. “It takes a lot of energy to extract and process solar-grade silicon,” says co-author Seth Darling. “And in China, that energy tends to come from dirtier and less efficient energy sources than it does in Europe.”

SolarWorld applauds Commerce decision on imports of subsidized Chinese solar

Preliminary duties range up to 35.21 percent to offset improper Chinese government support of export drive; anti-dumping duties to be announced July 25

Oorja enters the African Telecoms market with pilot project funding from USTDA

United States Trade and Development Agency (USTDA) announced today that it has selected Oorja Protonics for conducting a feasibility study involving Oorja's Direct Methanol Fuel Cells (DMFC) for powering telecommunication towers in South Africa.

Statement from First Wind regarding EPA Rules about Carbon Emissions

We applaud the EPA for giving individual states several good options for making crucial pollution reductions.

Intersolar 2014 - AEG Power Solutions Will Showcase Products & Solutions for On- and Off-Grid Systems at Intersolar Europe 2014

AEG PS will present its MW-scale battery energy storage system (BESS) for short-term energy storage, designed to facilitate the transition to new ways of generating and distributing electricity.

First Solar to Acquire Technology Provider skytron-energy from AEG Power Solutions

With Increased Focus on Integrated Power Solutions, First Solar Expands in Europe

U.S. Military Veterans Graduate from the First All-Veteran Solar Training Course Sponsored by The Veteran Advantage and Ambassador Energy College in Southern California

The first all-veteran group of eight graduated on May 16, 2014, after spending five days in classroom and hands-on solar photovoltaic training. On the final day, the veterans took the North American Board of Certified Energy Practitioners' NABCEP Entry Level test.

Intersolar 2014 - SolarEdge Unveils Expanded Product Offering and Smart Energy Management Solution at Intersolar Europe

SolarEdge Technologies, a global leader in power optimizers, PV inverters, and module-level monitoring services, is unveiling an expanded product portfolio. On display for the first time during Intersolar Europe in Munich, SolarEdge will showcase its smart energy management solution which reduces electricity costs by maximizing self-consumption.

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