European politicians across party lines call for 100% target for renewable energy

"Only ambitious targets for renewable energy can sustain Europe's economy and ultimately lead to an energy sector powered entirely by renewable energy."

Statement from DWEA Executive Director on bipartisan and bicameral support of Investment Tax Credit (ITC) for distributed wind

Over 100 representatives and nearly 30 senators deliver unified message to Congress asking for immediate extension of investment tax credit

Dragonfly Solar and SolarWorld to deliver 517-kW solar farm to four Midwestern utility cooperatives

Joint ownership enables cooperatives to maximize renewable energy investment

meeco carried out translucent sun2roof installation in fashion store in Valencia

The store is located in the commercial and historic heart of the city of Valencia. The inauguration was marked with a grand opening ceremony on March 6th.

Solar Capital Spending Enters 2014 with Strong Momentum

Latin America Leads Manufacturing Capacity Growth

TerraVerde Report Finds Solar Best Practices in New Jersey as SEIA Top Five Solar State

"New Jersey's success with solar reflects a policy shift in the way state governments are approaching sustainability"

The First AfricaPVSEC Opens its Doors in Durban, South Africa on 27 March 2014

South African, national and international speakers from around the world will talk about photovoltaic (PV) development in Africa ---- Prof. Vivian Alberts, University of Johannesburg, heads the conference steering committee ---- Conference program covers the entire PV value chain

GE Taps Into The Coolest Energy Storage Technology Around

Batteries are far from being the only new energy storage technology out there and one of the more obscure and unlikely initiatives has just received a massive vote of confidence from GE.   A tiny UK company called Highview Power stores energy by using cheap, off-peak energy to cool air to -196°C using a conventional industrial refrigeration plant, turning 700 litres of ambient air into a litre of “liquid air” that can be stored in a simple insulated tank. When you need the energy, you simply open the tap, the liquid air turns back into a gas, expands in volume, drives a turbine and creates electricity. If you add heat when you release the gas, you make the process more efficient.   Highview says liquid air energy storage (LAES) has advantages over other emerging storage technologies in that it uses well-established technologies and doesn’t require any inputs such as the lithium that batteries need – the most exotic material involved in the process is stainless steel, the company says, while the extra heat can come from the process of cooling the air or from the waste heat of other industrial processes, including power stations. It is not geographically constrained like pumped hydro, it is long-lasting unlike many battery technologies and there is an existing global industrial gases infrastructure it can tap into. And unlike for a gas such as hydrogen, the storage tanks do not have to be specially reinforced or highly pressurised.

Husum shows that it is the exhibition venue for grass roots energy transition

New Energy Husum closes with a positive result

NEC acquires grid energy storage and commercial systems business of A123 Systems from Wanxiang

Merger of the A123 Energy Solutions business unit with NEC's leading ICT creates a smart energy storage powerhouse

Recent Trends In Global Solar Industry

The race has begun and the industry is going to have a phenomenal rise in coming two decades according to predictions by analysts. The multi-billion solar industry is expanding at an unparalleled rate.

Northwire Designs Next Generation Anti-Counterfeit Technology Into Your Products

Partnering to protect you against "knock offs" with measures that range from invisible to interactive

Earth Day Week Event: Solar Roof Tour & Free Solar Workshop for Maryland/DC Homeowners

Maryland-based Solar Energy World is hosting a Free Solar 101 Workshop and tour of the company's solar roof system in honor of Earth Day 2014. The company's entire facility runs on solar power from a solar system that was designed and installed by Solar Energy World employees.

Nevada a $5 billion Clean Energy Success Story

Senator Reid, Governor Sandoval and Industry Leaders join CEP in releasing Nevada Clean Energy Report proving NV is a Clean Energy Economic Hub

Fresh Breeze for Wind Power in China

Chinese wind-power stocks, once given up for dead in the investor doldrums, have roared back to life in recent weeks on expectations of government support for the renewable energy sector and overseas demand. Investors are betting on future Chinese government policy directives and subsidies that boost profits for manufacturers of wind power turbines, gearboxes, blades, towers and transmission equipment. They're also betting that multinational wind energy companies such as Vestas,  Siemens,General Electric and Senvion will step up orders for the Chinese-made equipment and parts that are used to build offshore and onshore wind energy farms worldwide. Contractors building big wind farms, particularly those off the European coast, often buy lower-rung products such as steel towers from China. And tower fabricators such as China's Titan Wind (002531:Shenzhen) are making good money on that demand. Shenzhen-listed Titan, which is only nine years old and listed in 2010, has seen its stock value climb 55% since the beginning of the year. The company has gotten major contracts from Vestas and GE. And it's currently planning to build a factory in India to complement existing plants in China and Denmark.

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