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The Spanish solar PV market is expected to grow by least 40 percent in 2005. This is just one of the conclusions in the latest survey report from SolarPlaza entitled "The Spanish PV Market". According to the authors this market is still in its infancy but is growing rapidly. It is already the fourth largest market in the world in terms of newly installed power per year.
University of California, San Diego, a university that considers itself to be one of the nation's greenest college campuses, has begun construction on a sustainable energy program that it says is among the largest in the nation by a university.
Solar marketing budgets and human resources will be stretched to the limit in 2015. A solar industry marketer since 2007, my experience informs these tips for using consultants to augment your marketing capabilities. There are many advantages to hiring the right marketing consultant. Some of these include: Fast track your initiatives, tackle priority assignments and free up internal staff to […]
In the race to bring large-scale rechargeable batteries to the masses, there’s Tesla Motors Inc., Panasonic Corp. and Samsung Electronics Co. Then there’s tiny Electrovaya Inc.
As the Senate environment committee starts to hold hearings on the climate change bill, we think there's one critical question for the senators: Who are you talking to?
Tool standardization a la the semiconductor industry hasn't yet evolved for thin-film solar PV manufacturing, but in the meantime there's a lower-cost alternative to squeeze out manufacturing costs, explains Lauren Ravenscroft from Owens Design.
“Free solar panels” is a marketing phrase you're likely to see bandied about if you're in the market for a residential solar energy system. “Buyer beware” is common wisdom, and that phrase should pop into your mind immediately if you come across a sales or marketing pitch touting free solar panels (or free anything really).
From 26-28 March 2007 the Dutch FACT Foundation organized an international seminar on the agronomy and genetics of Jatropha curcas, attracting experts from twenty-six different countries. Eize de Vries attended the meeting on behalf of Renewable Energy World and reports on the current status of Jatropha as a source biofuel, as well as the latest expert views on the challenges lying ahead.
The True Cost of Not Getting a Free Solar Estimate One of the great hidden truths about America’s renewable energy policies isn’t actually so great or hidden. The United States has a history of underfunding proven clean, technologies like solar and wind, while giving generous 20:1 subsidies to more entrenched fossil fuel sources. “The average American is usually unaware of this trend, […]
Six University of Maine students are putting the final touches on two solar-powered vehicles, the Solar Black Bear and the Phantom Sol, that will compete in the annual Tour de Sol electric vehicle showcase and race.