Equal Earth acquires Lumenergize

San Diego, California (PRWEB) April 23, 2014 Equal Earth, Inc. a San Diego based clean energy solutions provider today announced that it has acquired Lumenergize, an emergent LED lighting project originator operating in Hawaii and Guam. Lumenergize brings deep access to LED loan financing

Global Smart Homes and Buildings Market to Reach $35.3 Billion by 2020 - Allied Market Research

The study concludes that the global smart home and buildings market is expected to grow at a CAGR of 29.5% between 2012 and 2020. The market revenue of $4.8 billion in 2012 is expected to grow up to $35.3 billion by 2020.

Clean Footprint Named One of Solar Power World's Top Solar Contractors

The list ranks applicants according to their influence in the solar market in 2013

Smart Grid Synchrophasors Market - Global Industry Analysis and Forecast 2014 – 2020

Transparency Market Research Report Added "Synchrophasors Market" to its database.

Standardizing O&M practices to be discussed at PV O&M USA this November

There is almost 15GW of installed solar capacity in the USA, of which 1,330 MW of photovoltaics (PV) came online in the first quarter of 2014 alone.

Supercritical Boilers Market Growth And Forecast 2020

Transparency Market Research Report Added "Supercritical Boilers Market - Global Industry Analysis, Size, Share, Trends, Analysis, Growth And Forecast 2014 - 2020" to its database.

Renewable NRG Systems' TurbinePhD Condition Monitoring System Attains DNV GL Certification

The vibration-based system detects wind turbine gearbox faults early, before costly secondary damage occurs.

Yingli Green Energy to Energize 2 MW Rooftop Solar Project in Japan

System to be one of the largest installed on a rented rooftop

DuPont Files Patent Infringement Lawsuit against SunEdison

DuPont alleges that by sourcing and using photovoltaic cells and solar modules containing Samsung SDI Co., Ltd. (into which the former Cheil Industries Inc. merged) front side metallization paste, SunEdison infringes DuPont's patented tellurium paste technology.

SOUTH AFRICA, ETHIOPIA, KENYA LEAD RENEWABLES SPURT IN AFRICA

Sub-Saharan Africa will see more capacity come online this year in non-hydro renewable energy than in the whole of the 2000-13 period

Siemens will deliver 67 D6 wind turbines for Dudgeon offshore wind power plant

Order from Statoil and Statkraft for 67 Siemens SWT-6.0-154 wind turbines ---- Includes service and maintenance agreement

Wave industry leaders and Bosch Rexroth join forces to develop a standardised offshore power system

Ground-breaking project offers a ‘quantum leap' for the wave energy sector ---- Pan-European collaboration brings leading players together for first time

MREA Receives $1.87 Million Dollar Federal Award from the U.S. Dept. of Energy SunShot Initiative

Midwest Renewable Energy Association (MREA) has been selected as one of nine regional teams to help homes, businesses, and municipalities cut red tape for residential and small commercial rooftop solar systems.

Solar Power Poses Lower Risk to Birds Than Cats or Cars

Solar-thermal power plants in the U.S. are less likely to kill birds than automobiles, cats or communication towers, despite reports that say the facilities pose a significant threat to avian life.   There were 321 “avian fatalities” in the first half of this year at the 392-megawatt Ivanpah solar project in Southern California, according to a statement Aug. 19 from NRG Energy Inc. (NRG), which co-owns and operates it. Of those, 133 were scorched by heat produced by the plant.   That’s far fewer than reported in an Associated Press article on Aug. 18. It cited federal wildlife investigators who estimated that one bird was burned every two minutes by concentrated sunlight at the Mojave Desert power plant.   The estimates for birds killed by solar power are “inflated,” NRG spokesman Jeff Holland said in an interview.   A greater risk comes from cats, which are estimated to kill hundreds of millions of birds each year. Cars are responsible for about 60 million deaths, according to the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service, and communication towers add another four million to five million. Wind turbines killed 573,000 birds in 2012.

United States Ambassador to Switzerland Visits SolarMax

SolarMax, a Swiss based global pure-play photovoltaic (PV) inverter company with U.S. headquarters in Atlanta, GA, and more than 20 years of PV inverter experience, today announced that United States Ambassador, Suzan LeVine, visited SolarMax headquarters in Biel, Switzerland on Wednesday, August 13

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