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PV materials market Large and growing fast

PV materials market Large and growing fast

SEMI and Linx-AEI Consulting announced a new report that delivers detailed insights about growth opportunities in the soaring PV materials market. Materials for cSi and thin film modules is one of the largest and fastest growing markets for suppliers of electronic materials. The new report includes details on the demand for silicon, slurries, gases, wet chemicals, precursors, dopants, and other critical materials.
DOE Awards $40M Grant for Lake Erie Wind Project – A Victory for Windustrious Cleveland

DOE Awards $40M Grant for Lake Erie Wind Project – A Victory for Windustrious Cleveland

Ohio Congresswoman Marcy Kaptur on May 27 announced that "Cleveland’s Wind Project qualifies for a [U.S. Department of Energy (DOE)] grant of $40 million in additional funds” to construct turbines on Lake Erie, "unlocking the tremendous offshore wind energy potential of the Great Lakes, which represents 20 percent of the United States’ total offshore wind energy capacity."
PV bookings, billing grew throughout 2010

PV bookings, billing grew throughout 2010

"With a book-to bill-ratio of 1.13, the industry is still in expansion mode, despite markets becoming more volatile," reported Bettina Weiss, executive director, SEMI PV Group. "Equipment manufacturers are doing very well."
The Solar Industry Needs Branding To Foster Mainstream Acceptance

The Solar Industry Needs Branding To Foster Mainstream Acceptance

A number of recent articles including Dr. Boreinstein's study from UC Berkeley and a feature in the Economist questioning the cost effectiveness of solar, have sparked some serious debate amongst solar enthusiasts and have served to propagate false impressions about solar in the public arena.
Reaching the Tipping Point: Why Investing in Solar+Storage Makes Economic Sense for Mines

Reaching the Tipping Point: Why Investing in Solar+Storage Makes Economic Sense for Mines

While price is one of the key drivers to integrate renewables in mines, solar alone is no more the lone influencer
Eight Bio-based Technologies for 2050

Eight Bio-based Technologies for 2050

What kind of technologies will evolve in the 2030s, and even the 2040s, to transform our fuel, food, and materials choices, and lead us towards some of the fuel targets outlined for 2050 by the International Energy Agency? In looking that far down the line, we have some long term trends to guide us.
Beyond Sharing Report – Part 3: Exceptional Community-Owned Renewable Energy Projects

Beyond Sharing Report – Part 3: Exceptional Community-Owned Renewable Energy Projects

Despite the challenging legal and financial barriers facing community renewable energy, a surprising number of projects and project models have succeeded. These projects have brought together hundreds of people into ownership of renewable energy, often saving them money, and keeping more of the money they spend on energy in their own community.