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German Experts Lock Horns over Storage

Until recently, the going orthodoxy among supporters of Germany’s Energiewende, or clean energy transition, was that storage capacity for electricity was vital to expanding renewables in...

Could the Upcoming Election Decide Florida’s Renewable Energy Fate?

As gubernatorial candidate Charlie Christ noted in the recent debate, the corrupting influence of Florida’s electric utilities has blocked efforts to help Florida transition into a fair and...

Part 2: SPI 2014 Solar Event Marketing Hits and Misses

In part 2 of my annual solar event marketing hits and misses, we’ll explore some more specific hits and misses that I found on the Las Vegas SPI show floor. First of all, although final...

Are Environmental Regulations Causing US Utility Bills to Surge?

U.S. electricity markets face years of higher prices as clean-air regulations shut more coal-fired power plants than earlier forecast, cutting supply and forcing producers to rely more on...

Poor Nations Go for Solar, Wind at Twice the Pace of Rich Ones

Emerging markets are installing renewable energy projects at almost twice the rate of developed nations, a report concluded.

China Racing To Install Wind Power Before Government Subsidies Run Out

China is on course this year to build four times the total wind power installed in all of Denmark as developers push to build the turbines ahead of cuts to incentives originally designed to...

How the Right Kind of Electric Utility Can Increase Solar Energy and Jobs

You expect to hear solar electricity success stories from places like Austin and Sacramento, but San Antonio? San Antonio's municipal electric utility was seriously considering expanding a...

From Ashes to Energy: $1 Billion Alevo Battery Factory Surges On the Scene

Having worked in stealth mode for the past 10 years, German researchers and serial entrepreneur Jostein Eikeland have developed a new battery chemistry that they claim is non-combustible and...

US Solar Boom Boosts European Manufacturers REC and Solarworld

Solarworld AG and REC Solar ASA are benefiting from a boom in solar-energy installations in the U.S. that outweigh a decline in their European home markets.

Making the Blade Photoessay: How and Where Wind Turbines Get Their Swoosh

An industrial wind turbine is a complex machine made up of hundreds of moving parts, but it takes just three of them to make the magic possible: the blades.

Why Is an Island Electric Utility Hindering Incredibly Cost-Effective Solar?

The Northern Mariana Islands are one of several island U.S. territories, lying three-quarters of the way from Hawai’i to the Philippines. Like most islands, their electricity supply has been...

Batteries Are a Crucial Component of Our Energy Portfolio

People take batteries for granted, typically worrying about them only when they fail in the electronic devices they carry or in the cars they drive.

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China Wind Power 2012 16 - 18 October 2012Beijing, China

Accounting for more than 60,000 MW of wind-generated electricity China is the leader in the global wind energy industry. Therefore China Wind Power is the event you...

HUSUM WindEnergy 2012 18 - 22 September 2012Husum, Germany

Besides being the most important international wind energy trade fair, HUSUM WindEnergy has also been the most important meeting place for the industry’s actors,...

Mexico WindPower 2013 06 - 26 July 2013Mexico City, Mexico

The second edition of Mexico WindPower will take place on 30-31 January at Centro Banamex, Mexico City. Following on from the success of last year's conference, and the...

Brazil Windpower 2012 conference and exhibition 29 - 31 August 2012Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

Brazil Windpower 2012 will be the largest and most important wind industry event in Latin America in 2012. Join more than 2000 industry players from across the region to...