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Shell Renewables and Akzo Nobel have signed an agreement to develop a low-cost process to mass-produce flexible solar panels.
Mascoma Corporation announced that the company has made research advances in consolidated bioprocessing (CBP), a low-cost processing strategy for production of biofuels from cellulosic biomass.
IBM scientists have achieved what they claim is a significant scientific milestone toward creating very low-cost electronic circuits with record high performance. A team of researchers at IBM's T.J. Watson Research Center recently developed a simple, low-cost process to make extraordinarily thin films of semiconducting materials that allows electrical charges to move through them about 10 times more easily than had been reported for all other similar approaches. Such an increase can enable a broad array of low-cost electronics and new pervasive-computing applications. And that also means the possibility for a great advances in solar photovoltaic (PV) power.
The solar energy market has undergone a dramatic transformation over the past two years, driven by a new abundance of polysilicon, the effects of the worldwide financial crisis, and the plunging price of solar modules.
Suniva Inc. has announced the completion of its second round of financing for $50 million. The round was co-led by return investors, New Enterprise Associates, and Advanced Equities, Inc.
Researchers at Polytechnic University have bioengineered a fuel-latent plastic that can be converted into biodiesel. The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) has awarded the researchers $2.34 million to advance this innovative technology and transfer it to industry.
Hydro Quebec Capitech Inc. has agreed to partner with Thermix and FASC in Alternative Green Energy Systems Inc. (AGES), First American's new alternative energy subsidiary.
Solar module line manufacturer GT Equipment Technologies won three technical grants from the U.S. Government totaling nearly $1 million. One of the projects will explore the production of solar cells from lower-grade silicon as a way to lower the end cost of solar modules.
In a move intended to make the company the worldwide leader in organic photovoltaics, Konarka Technologies, Inc. a developer of of flexible, polymer and nanoparticle-based photovoltaic (PV) technology, has acquired Quantum Solar Energy Linz (QSEL), based in Linz, Austria, from Linz AG, the regional utility company.
Chemical engineering researchers at Oregon State University (OSU) have reportedly developed a tiny chemical reactor for manufacturing biodiesel that could enable farmers to produce a cleaner-burning diesel substitute on their farms using seed crops they grow on their own land in less time than current processes.