UKTI and a delegation of UK companies showcase their expertise in green building and design at Greenbuild.
Spot polysilicon traded inside China is limited while polysilicon traded outside of China is still under $17/kg without obvious shortage. With some inventory on hand, polysilicon price is difficult to have any further price improvement.
Company Signs New Contract with NIPPON STEEL & SUMIKIN BUSSAN MATEX CO., LTD. for 3MW of Additional Modules
New Process Could Revolutionize Solar Energy Harvesting
New Website Created by Digital Agency Vertic on SiteCore Platform
Solar Mounting Systems Manufacturer Celebrated the Grand Opening of Its New Facility in North Carolina
Schletter Inc invited renewable energy stakeholders, partners, and community leaders to celebrate the Grand Opening of the company's second U.S. manufacturing facility. The new facility employs over 100 and gives the company the largest production capacity for solar mounting systems in the United States.
By creating nanoparticles with controlled shape, engineers believe smaller, more powerful and energy efficient batteries can be built
Leading a push by tech giants to diminish their carbon footprint, Google partners with leading private equity investor KKR on the financing; six solar plants expected to be on line by January 2014
Mr. Kohlstruck brings to i-Energy over 20 years of international sales, marketing and management experience.
Paraguayan ranch to be equipped with six sun2flow solutions
Greensmith Energy Management Systems announces Turn-key energy storage systems (ESS) up to megawatt scale
Advanced software and integration capabilities ----Greensmith's ESS Master Controller
Dow Corning's next-generation conductive adhesive combined with Tianwei's MWT technology deliver high efficiency and durable back-contact modules.
Over the past 12-months Telstra Corporation Limited (Telstra), Australia's leading telecommunications and information services company, has been assessing alternative energy solutions to help power its wireless network – including fuel cells.
GE this fall began pushing a new bit of software wizardry that it says will boost wind farm performance. Looks like E.On is biting. GE said that the Germany-based energy giant would install PowerUp, described as a “customized software-enabled platform that increases a wind farm’s output by up to 5 percent,” at five wind farms. This adds up to 469 GE 1.5-77 wind turbines that E.On uses (through its Climate & Renewables division). GE is suggesting that this is the equivalent of building as many as 19 new turbines of that size, but it’s going to have to prove that’s the case in order to make money off implementing PowerUp for E.On. That’s because this is an “outcomes-based” deal: The companies will measure the impact of PowerUp, and GE will get only a percentage of the gains the technology brings. “The outcomes-based approach aligns well with our goals of providing cleaner, better energy at a more affordable price,” Steve Trenholm, chairman, E.ON North America, said in a statement. “Investment in wind energy has led to technological advancements like PowerUp that continue to make renewables more and more competitive with traditional forms of energy.”
SMA Wins Long-Term O&M Services, Provides Inverters for Grand Renewable Solar Project in Ontario
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The NeON R module features "Back Contact" cell technology delivering an entirely black panel that is aesthetically pleasing and energy efficient. The cell's seamless, surface blends perfectly into nearly all rooftop designs while the module's electrodes are positioned on the rear of the cell. Using LG's N-type cell structure, the panels produce 365W of energy, up to 7.3kWp, compared to 5.8kWp of the p-type cell. The module's new design minimizes LID, thereby delivering a longer lifespan and increased energy output.