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Centennial, Colorado [RenewableEnergyAccess.com] For a limited time, ProtoFlex Corporation is offering quantum efficiency and transmission measurements of solar cells free of charge. The measurements will be conducted using ProtoFlex’s QE 1400 Quantum Efficiency Measurement System. The QE 1400 measures quantum efficiency and transmission of solar cells over a wavelength range of 350 nanometers (nm) to 1400 nm. ProtoFlex is offering […]
A group of researchers headed by Dr. Alexander Colsmann at the Light Technology Institute (LTI) will start work this month on organic solar cells. The project is scheduled for a duration of four years and aims at enhancing the efficiency of organic solar cells to more than 10 percent. For this purpose, the researchers use tandem architectures combining solar cells of complementary absorption spectra. The Federal Ministry of Education and Research has granted funding of EUR 4.25 million.
This year, venture capital firm, Lightspeed, has invested across several cleantech areas like solar (Stion), biofuels (LS9, Solazyme), clean coal (Coaltek), LED lighting (Exclara) and energy storage (Mobius Power).
Lightspeed has invested across several cleantech areas, including solar (Stion), biofuels (LS9, Solazyme), clean coal (Coaltek), LED lighting (Exclara), and energy storage (Leyden Energy, f/k/a Mobius Power). Here are some of our cleantech predictions for 2010:
With so many experienced hydro personnel nearing retirement age, new team members are needed. The Hydro Research Foundation is finding and training new recruits with its Hydro Fellowship Program, now in its second year.
In fact, as they compete in the US market, several companies have discovered the hard way that patents and patent applications can pose both opportunities and grave risks.
G8 leaders need to speed up negotiations on a global agreement on climate change policy to go beyond the Kyoto Protocol, according to a broad alliance of international businesses. The alliance, which represents several hundred companies from three continents, met in to discuss growing concern at the lack of political urgency to avoid dangerous climate change.
Ratul Puri, the 35-year-old executive director of Moser Baer India, looks like Adrian Brody's kid brother and talks like he swallowed the last four volumes of the Harvard Business Review. But he's no puffed up heir to the throne of daddy's business.