Hundreds of thousands of people worldwide attend the People's Climate March
Japanese Government Helping to Boost Solar Photovoltaic Market by 8 Gigawatts in 2014, says GlobalData
New regulations in Japan encouraging just over 5.1 gigawatts of solar photovoltaic installations in second half of 2014 ----Despite additions, ‘Japan's mountainous terrain and lack of connectivity between regional grids will continue to be obstacles to growth,' says analyst
Novel combined floating lidar + mast using the expertise of research institute CRES, floating mast company FloatMast and industry leading wind lidar ZephIR 300.
The ECO 122 is the latest evolution of Alstom's proven ECO 100 turbine platform and the result of more than 30 years of experience in wind turbine design.
Contribution aims to accelerate global shift to energy efficient appliances and equipment
Extends Warranty Term to 20 Years on Solar Mounts
Van Slyke will prepare students for careers in Wind Energy Technology through Ecotech Institute's custom labs and hands-on application
REC Group Tapped by Melink to Power Largest Commercial Solar Rooftop Project in Midwest United States
The system is capable of generating 4.292 million kilowatt-hours of electricity annually, which is enough to power nearly 400 average U.S. households for a year and offset the equivalent of 2,722 metric tons of carbon dioxide.
Obama Administration Announces Landmark Plan for Conservation and Renewable Energy Development in California
First-of-its-kind plan for conservation and renewable energy development in the California desert
Trade fair premiere for Siemens' new Model SWT-3.3-130 wind turbine ---- New generation of proven direct-drive D3 product platform ---- Generator, rotor hub, nacelle, yaw drive and cooling system reworked
Initial Orders to Be Used in New Innovative 100kW Turbines
Third-party report validates company's environmentally friendly operations, positioning Upsolar as a strong contender in France's solar tenders
WINAICO modules survived 250 hours of the toughest PID test with 85°C temperature, 85% relative humidity, and -1000V bias voltage with minimal degradation
State and federal officials sought Tuesday to bring order to California's boom for renewable-energy plants in the Mojave and other southern California deserts, releasing a roadmap covering 22.5 million acres that designates some areas for large-scale solar, wind and geothermal plants and others for conservation of desert habitat and animals. "We have amazingly special places here," U.S. Interior Secretary Sally Jewell said in a news conference at a desert wind farm near Palm Springs with U.S. Sen. Barbara Boxer and other officials releasing the multi-agency draft plan. By taking a look at the desert as a whole, Jewell said, the plan's designers are ensuring "the areas that should be protected are set aside. The areas that should be developed are streamlined" for building utility-scale renewable energy plants. The release of the plan follows a renewable-energy building boom in southeastern California's deserts during the first term of the Obama administration, when the federal government gave billions of dollars in loans to developers placing sprawling, utility-scale solar projects in virgin desert. The plan released Tuesday recommends designating a total of 2 million acres as appropriate sites for future solar, wind and geothermal projects. Another 4.9 million acres under the U.S. Bureau of Land Management would be among the areas set aside as conservation areas, if the draft plan is adopted.
The depreciation of the Japanese Yen and the Euro dollar presses module price in USD term because Japanese and European PV system installers require lower module price to compensate their exchange losses. In China, the recovery of Chinese domestic demand is not strong enough to raise module price.
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