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CPV Outlook: Demand Doubling, Costs Halved by 2017
Are we seeing deja-vu in today's concentrated solar photovoltaic (CPV) market from the 2007-2008 period of solar PV? That's what one analyst says, offering as evidence wide technology advancements, a ramp-up in demand, and rapidly decreasing cost projections.
Predictions For Cleantech in 2014
Continuing a tradition since 2007, once again we bring you some end-of-year thoughts about where we think the cleantech investment theme is going. Our cleantech-specific analysis and advisory firm Kachan & Co. focuses on this space. We publish research reports. We get briefings from companies introducing new technology. We publish a cleantech analy
US Solar Industry Records Explosive Growth in Third Quarter
When it comes to renewable energy, you could call it the ?shot heard round the world.? According to a new report by GTM Research and the Solar Energy Industries Association (SEIA), the U.S. installed 930 megawatts (MW) of photovoltaics (PV) in Q3 2013, up 20 percent over Q2 2013 and 35 percent over Q3 2012. This represents the second largest quarte
Asia Report: Revisiting Japan's Solar Demand, and Nuclear Comeback
Japan's solar market continues to race ahead: domestic solar demand is surging, to the point where it's bottlenecked behind expectations. And what's that sound of tiny footsteps approaching?
Solar Boom Boosts South Africa Salaries
Ramone van Wyk?s wage more than quadrupled when he gave up working on sheep farms in South Africa?s arid Northern Cape province and got a job assembling a solar-thermal power plant for Abengoa SA.
Australia?s Astounding PV Contribution ? Now Live!
Sometimes, I stumble onto web sites and just end up siting there, staring at the screen, gob-smacked at the innovation and cleverness of people in the Australian PV industry. While I was doing some fact checking today, I went to the Australian PV Institute?s flash new web site (formerly the Australian PV Association) and blow me down, those clever
Central Appalachia?s Emerging Transition: 'Integrated Energy is the Key'
Upon completing my graduate research at Appalachian State University concerning central Appalachia's two major transitions (industrialization and the War on Poverty), I am hopeful that this research may provide some important strategies for regional stakeholders as they begin navigating through what comes close to being virtual chaos in an otherwis
China Encourages Utility Purchase of Solar to Boost Manufacturing Capacity
China?s government asked power grid companies to buy all the solar energy produced in their coverage areas, providing a possible boost to solar panel makers.
Why UK Cleantech Start-ups Are Looking to Colorado
As the Clean and Cool mission to Colorado comes to a close it?s interesting to reflect on what we are trying to achieve here and what we have learnt. The Technology Strategy Board funds entrepreneur missions like this as part of its support for small businesses in the U.K. ? companies we consider the growth engine of the U.K. economy. While we also
Pioneering Path to Electrical Conductivity in ?Tinkertoy? Materials
Sandia National Laboratories researchers have devised a novel way to realize electrical conductivity in metal-organic framework (MOF) materials, a development that could have profound implications for the future of electronics, sensors, energy conversion and energy storage.
Ten Clean Energy Stocks for 2013: Lessons Learned
As we come into the final stretch of 2013, my annual model portfolio of Ten Clean Energy Stocks for 2013 looks certain to break its five year winning streak of beating its industry benchmark. As of December 6th, the model portfolio's total return has been 19.0 percent, compared to a sunny 56.1 percent for my benchmark, the Powershares Wilderhill Clean Energy (PBW). The broad market, as represented by the Russell 2000, also resoundingly beat my model portfolio, and is up 37.5 percent. My six alternative picks fared even worse than my top ten.
More Records for Quarterly US Solar Installations
U.S. solar PV installations surged 20 percent to 930 MW in the July-September quarter compared with the previous three months, and the U.S. is poised to install more solar than Germany for the first time in more than 15 years, according to a just-released update from the Solar Energy Industry Association (SEIA) and GTM Research.
Brink: The Curaçao Solar Market Needs Fuel to Endure
This is a story of an island solar policy that has pushed the distributed solar generation to brunk, or past the brink. Curaçao on paper shares a lot with neighboring islands: similar population size, prevalence of sunshine, expensive power, progressive interconnection practices and an island state. Only miles of the Caribbean Sea separate islands
Dubai To Add 50 MW of Solar before World Expo 2020, Access Says
Dubai, the second-largest sheikhdom in the United Arab Emirates, will spend about $100 million to add 50 megawatts of solar-power capacity by the time it hosts the World Expo 2020 exhibition, consultant Access Advisory said.
Lush Grass Becomes Lush Green for UK Biogas Project
Deep in the gently rolling Mendip Hills of Somerset, in the southwest of England, nestles a dairy farm with 150 years of cheese making heritage. It lies only a few miles from the site of the world famous Glastonbury rock festival but the cows clearly dig the music, because they not only produce enough milk for some 14,000 metric tonnes of top quality cheese a year - they also power the farm.
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