NLP Solar Sales Training May 29 & 30 - New Bonus for Contractors & Sales Teams - Tue, 21 May 2013
Argentina: Understanding the Political and Economic Risks of Solar Energy Development - Tue, 21 May 2013
At a first glance, it would appear that Argentina has all of the characteristics of a solar market still in its infancy yet poised to take-off at any moment. Combined, a strong policy framework, demonstrated political willpower, an excellent solar resource and a growing demand for energy all appear to provide the necessary conditions for Argentina to become a major growth opportunity within the Latin American market.
Marine Life Unhindered by Offshore Wind Farm, Study Says - Tue, 21 May 2013
Renewable energy consultancy Natural Power has published the results of a post-consent ecological study, called the Marine Environment Monitoring Programme (MEMP), that monitored marine life on a UK offshore wind farm. The study has been ongoing since 2007.
Renewable Energy Research Initiative Launched in UK - Tue, 21 May 2013
A new inquiry investigating the role of renewable power generation in the UK’s future energy mix has been launched.
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Goldman Sachs to Invest $486 Million in Japan Renewable Energy - Mon, 20 May 2013
Goldman Sachs Group Inc. plans to invest as much as 50 billion yen ($487 million) in renewable energy projects in Japan in the next five years, tapping demand for electricity produced from solar and wind-power generators.
Moniz Unanimously Confirmed As New DOE Chief - Thu, 16 May 2013
Ernie Moniz has been unanimously confirmed by the U.S. Senate as the next Secretary of Energy, in a 97-0 vote (with three nonvoters). He succeeds Stephen Chu who held the position for four years.
The Finnish Hydrogen Roadmap: Hydrogen to Join Electricity in Ending Traffic Pollution - Thu, 16 May 2013
Global expectations for hydrogen are currently sky-high. Transport applications stand at the threshold of commercialisation, while ahead lies an investment boom in the hydrogen distribution network. The changeover to hydrogen based on natural gas would already mean a potential saving of billion in Finland's balance of payments. If hydrogen could then be produced from domestic renewable raw material, our car and bus traffic would eventually be practically self-sufficient and leave a significantly reduced carbon footprint. The above was revealed in the Finnish hydrogen roadmap published recently.
Finland's New Energy Solutions - Tue, 14 May 2013
You may not know much about Finland, but you certainly know the powerhouse technology company that became a household name across the globe and drove the nation’s economic expansion through the 1990s-2000s. Nokia generated a quarter of Finnish economic growth from 1998-2007, prompting a new term, ‘the Nokia effect’, to describe economic development
EU Debate Over Climate Change Policy Could Dampen Renewable Energy Growth - Mon, 06 May 2013
Europe's program to halt climate change is in disarray with lawmakers in the region expressing concern the drift is undermining the planet's most significant effort to combat global warming.