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Energy storage must become cheaper and more efficient

Energy Storage Conference meets with great response.

Ikea is unveiling a newer, more energy efficient store in Richmond

Ikea Canada turns its focus to sustainability as the company enters into a period of heavy expansion, opening three stores in one year. Ikea is committed to having this new wave of stores be 40 percent more efficient than the last store built in 2004.

Natcore and NREL unveil two black silicon goals

Natcore Technology Inc. and the National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) have entered into a one year $150,000 cooperative research and development agreement. They have identified two goals.

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Explore Chile’s huge renewable energy potential

The Chilean International Renewable Energy Congress 2012

BYD PV modules successfully passed Fraunhofer ISE tests

BYD PV modules have successfully passed the climatic tests of Fraunhofer Institute for Solar Energy Systems ISE.

Taking PV to new places

A new research project at the University of New South Wales (UNSW), is aiming to get photovoltaics applied in brave new ways and many more places. The project, at the Cooperative Research Centre (CRC) for Low-Carbon Living at UNSW, will focus on a range of techniques, applications and potential impediments relating to photovoltaic technology.

Germany’s Röttgen to address energy storage conference

Germany’s Federal Environment Minister, Norbert Röttgen, has confirmed his attendance at the first “Energy Storage – Summit for the Storage of Renewable Energies” conference, scheduled to be held in Düsseldorf this March. During the event, he will address the issue of energy storage transformation.

The code

Electrical standards for PV systems: In the USA and several other countries, PV systems must comply with the National Electrical Code (NEC) that defines the requirements for electrical safety. Here is part one of our overview of definitions and specifications relevant to photovoltaic technology.

VerdeXchange 2012 explores critical energy issues

Global and local leaders share insights, strategize roles for business and government to aid tech initiatives in changing political climate.

Settling down in China

Foreign investment: Low production costs used to be the driving force behind foreign investment in China. Now the country’s domestic market is becoming the key driver, as the examples of Coveme and other manufacturers show.

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