Primus Green Energy Patent Application for Gas-to-Liquids Technology Allowed by USPTO

Patent secures IP around STG+, company's novel single-loop, thermochemical liquid fuel synthesis process

Global Wind Turbine Towers Market to Keep Growing, Despite Poor Grid Infrastructure, says GlobalData

Wind turbine towers market value to climb from $12.1 billion in 2013 to $19.3 billion by 2020 -----With poor infrastructure, existing grids need urgent modifications to accommodate specific characteristics of wind power, says analyst

Fort Carson Chooses Solectria Renewables Inverters to Power 1.43MW Installation

The system will produce 2,195,000 kWh annually.

Valentin Software Launches Simulation Programme with New Features for Designing Solar Power Plants of up to Two Megawatts

For the first time, the software can also simulate the influence of any power optimiser chosen.

SPG Solar Connects Customers to the Installation with TurboSite on iPad

SPG Solar designs, engineers, installs, and maintains commercial solar projects and markets solar tracking technology. To give customers a "you are there" understanding of an installation, SPG Solar now uses TurboSite on iPad.

FRONIUS USA ANNOUNCES TRAINING DATES FOR FRONIUS SERVICE PROVIDER PROGRAM

The Fronius USA Service Provider training program is a valuable and informative training platform. Experiencing the Fronius Service Provider Program trainings is necessary to perform field service work on Fronius PV system inverters. After participating and completion of the Fronius Service Provider product trainings, installers are also able to buy inverter replacement service components and PC boards for minimal cost and optimal efficiency, limiting customer system downtime. The dates for the first quarter of training in the USA are listed below:

Government urged to focus on the power of renewable energy

Leading Scottish renewables firm UrbanWind has called on the government to focus on renewable energy after shale gas is called branded only a 'long-term possibility'.

Sunrun Acquires REC Solar's Residential Division, AEE Solar and SnapNrack

Leading Solar Service Provider Expands Capabilities to Bring Affordable Home Solar to More Consumers

Solaire Generation Completes Installation of Solar Carports at new Whole Foods Market in Brooklyn, New York

The solar system, developed and financed by SunEdison, will supply approximately 380,000 kWh of clean energy annually and is the largest solar parking system in New York City.

Siva Power Approaches 19% Efficiency in Record Time; Adds to Solar Company's Powerful Technical Advisory Board

Former NREL Director Charlie Gay Joins World's Leading CIGS PV Team

NRG Energy Signs Deal with Virgin Limited Edition to Power Necker Island with a Renewable Energy-Driven Micro-grid Solution

— Islanded Micro-grid Will Generate Reliable, High-Quality Electricity Under Cutting Edge Diesel Reduction Agreement that Dramatically Reduces Fuel Usage —

NJR Clean Energy Ventures Announces 20 Megawatt Onshore Wind Project

Second Wind Farm Project Continues Diversification of Distributed Power Portfolio

Recurrent Energy Reaches Commercial Operation of Six Solar Projects Totaling 88 MWac in Southern California

The Recurrent Energy developed 5 MWp Rio Grande project is the smallest in a six solar PV project portfolio acquired by Google and KKR in November 2013. The Rio Grande project sits on 50 acres of vacant desert land located next to an old mine.

The Solar Powered Vehicle that Rides Like a Bicycle

The revolutionary NTS SunCycle delivers on that promise with a highly efficient solar panel that boosts human pedal power.

U.S. Battery Honored With Award From Battery Watering Technologies

U.S. Battery receives an award of excellence for performance and sales growth.

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