DAILY NEWSLETTER | Thursday, January 12, 2012
The high-end home automation company isn’t fooling itself about the challenges of getting customers to buy into energy saving technology.
Can the design for a better CPV mousetrap come from a telescope scientist?
They tend to do things big in Texas.
If and when completed, the project will be one of the largest PV projects on earth.
Marius Kroksjo discusses how REC lowers the cost of solar by driving down energy costs in silicon manufacturing.
Honeywell to build China’s first automated demand response system. Plus, India’s government directs $100 million at smart grid pilots.
But the prospect of swapping a bunch of ethanol with Brazil is somewhat peculiar.
How semiconductors will grow renewables in the Lone Star State
Like solar panel manufacturers, wind tower makers say China (and Vietnam) are dumping to kill the US industry.