Category Archives: Green Energy
Midsummer, a leading supplier of production lines for cost effective manufacturing of lightweight flexible CIGS solar cells, today announced that its Asian client now manufactures lightweight flexible solar modules with conversion efficiency of 14 per cent.
Midsummer previously announced that they have sold their compact DUO solar cell manufacturing system to an Asian client. The system is in production and it produces flexible solar modules at record levels. The flexible solar module is made of cells from the client’s factory in Asia.
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The ACT Australian CleanTech Index underperformed against the S&P ASX200 last month and for the past full fiscal year.
Engineering company ABB will build a network of electric vehicle fast-charging stations throughout the Netherlands, bringing a charging station within 50 kilometres of all 16.7 million residents.
Corporate investment firm Microsoft Ventures has signed a deal with Beijing Centergate Technologies (Centek) and Stone Group for a new joint venture in China.
Apple has said it will pay for the construction of an 18MW solar power plant in northern Nevada, US which will provide energy for a data centre the company is planning east of Reno.
A fund managed by Macquarie Infrastructure and Real Assets has launched a takeover bid for French wind power developer Theolia with CEO Fady Khallouf telling NewNet he was in favour of the tie-up as its current stock price does not reflect the progress made by the business.
Japanese electronics company Panasonic is to close its only European solar cell plant in Hungary, cutting 550 jobs in the process.
Sweden-based E.ON Elnät Sverige will implement Echelon’s Networked Energy Services software for 400,000 Echelon smart meters.
Algae.Tec has struck a deal with Biodiesel Industries Australia (BIA) that will see BIA refining the company’s algal oil from its carbon capture and biofuels production facility alongside a 2,640MW coal-fired power station near Sydney, Australia.
Portugal’s EDP Renovaveis has teamed with French energy giant GDF Suez to gain an in-road into France’s offshore wind tender, according to local press reports.
Water and wastewater treatment company Bluewater Bio has completed the first stage of commissioning their HYBACS wastewater treatment upgrade at Tubli water pollution control centre, Bahrain.