PV Guangzhou 2014 to help further promote distributed photovoltaic

After going through hard times in past two years, China's PV industry shows positive trends this year due to rebalance of supply and demand, increasing market demand and policy support.

IXYS Introduces 1.2KV SiC MOSFET in a MiniBLOC SOT-227 Package

IXYS is addressing market demands for solutions specifically for high frequency applications

Yingli Green Energy Forms Consortium to Provide Engineering, Procurement and Construction Services for 5 MW Solar Power Plant in Thailand

The THB 631.5 million (19.4 million USD ) solar project is now under construction with commercial operation expected to begin in May 2015.

Canadian Solar Announces Partnership with IKEA Australia to Build 3.6MW Solar Systems

The 3.6MW project will span across seven IKEA sites located in Victoria, New South Wales, and Queensland, and will generate enough clean energy to offset approximately 4,000 tonnes of CO2 annually.

Axion Power Announces Order For Four PowerCube™ Energy Storage Systems

Continue to Demonstrate Effectiveness, Reliability for Energy Storage; Value for Frequency Regulation Market

One Million Solar Panels Later, Ecoppia Robots Keep On Cleaning

With over one million panels cleaned, the company's water-free robotic panel cleaning system has eliminated a major hurdle to viable commercial solar energy production - and will be cleaning five million panels a month by end of 2014

Traftor to highlight its unique toroidal technology for power conversion at PCIM Europe

Growing number of customers attracted to toroidal technology's higher performances and cost reductions in inductors and transformers applications.

CBD Energy Announces AU$1M+ Commercial Solar Installation

New Westinghouse Solar commercial installation to cover nine senior-care facilities

World-wide College Students Build Solar Boats for Competition and Learning

The event will bring universities from all over the world together to participate in a five-day on-the-water competition.

New hybrid battery combines strengths of existing storage technologies

Advantages of stand-alone and grid-tie storage systems in one device/AC and DC operation possible

PVinsights : Solar components experience pricing downtrend in May.

With price cuts in the solar component supply chain, polysilicon demand and pricing is also negatively impacted. In China, some wafer companies lower production utilization and cut polysilicon procurement.

Arlen Van Draanen and Richard Martinez Present at Alternative Energy Advisors Geothermal Conference

Arlen Van Draanen, Richard Martinez discuss Global Geothermal Energy Development at Alternative Energy Advisors Geothermal Partners Conference

Solar Powered White House Signals America's Desire For Energy Independence

Over the weekend it was announced that the long-awaited White House solar panel installation was finally completed and operational. The install signifies an American desire for clean power and energy independence.

Florida Green Energy Works Program Funds First Commercial PACE Project

Florida Green Energy Works provides financing to bring energy efficiency upgrades and leverage funding for a West Palm Beach Community Revitalization Agency project. This project demonstrates the effectiveness of Open Market PACE financing in the Florida market.

Ballard to Power Fuel Cell Hybrid Bus At UC Irvine With Partners BAE and ElDorado National

Ballard Power Systems announced that it has signed an agreement with CALSTART, a member-supported organization dedicated to clean transportation alternatives, to deploy a fuel cell hybrid bus in 2015.

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