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2013-08-22 Solar capital spending to reach $3B next year
According to IHS, the growing demand in developing regions is helping to ignite the first increase in industrywide capital spending in three years in 2014, expected to rise by 30 per cent.
2011-12-08 Silicon solar cells show 23.3% efficiency
The newly-developed interdigitated back-contact silicon solar cells feature n-type base float-zone (FZ) silicon substrates and SiN single layer anti-reflective coating.
2013-01-11 PV makers to suffer from consolidation rounds this year
The total number of solar panel makers is set to fall to 150 in 2013, down from about 500 last year, leading to a 70 per cent market plunge this year, said IHS.
2013-09-25 PV firms: Impractical to adopt fabless model
With top-tier suppliers highly protective of their competitive advantage in manufacturing technology, establishing a fabless business model is highly unlikely, stated IHS.
2012-03-19 Production system yields ultrathin monocrystalline wafers
The Hyperion from Twin Creeks uses the Proton Induced Exfoliation technology that claims to create monocrystalline wafers that are less than 1/10th the thickness of conventional wafers.
2014-05-15 Power supply standards: Which way forward?
Test-systems based on 380V DC have been running for many years now in applications across the globe. They have confirmed savings in both energy consumption and cost.
2013-03-15 Poor car sales drag magnetic sensor market
IHS revealed that while last year's takings represented a 6.4 per cent increase over 2011 revenue of $1.47 billion, growth in 2012 was much lower than the 44 per cent surge of 2010.
2006-12-18 Polysilicon shortage could persist
The polysilicon shortage that has plagued the solar-cell industry for two years is worse than once thought, may persist through the end of the decade, and could affect the silicon wafer industry starting next year, analysts warn.
2012-10-16 Organic solar cell offers high voltage for Li-on batteries
Researchers at the University of Warwick have created an organic solar cell, that generates a sufficiently high voltage to recharge a lithium-ion battery directly.
2008-11-18 Nokia presents glimpse of next smart phones
In 2004, Nokia developed a concept design for a smart phone dominated by a touchscreen, which looks now uncannily like Apple's iPhone.
2010-12-20 NIST funds electronics, biotech, nano manufacturing research
The US National Institute of Standards and Technology has announced a technology innovation program for advanced manufacturing research in electronics, biotechnology and nanotechnology.
2013-08-28 Mono-SI solar cells exceed 20% conversion efficiency
The P-Type Mono-Si Solar Cells from JA Solar sets an industry-leading level for industrial size solar cells using p-type mono-Si wafers.
2009-12-30 Li-ion batteries boast improved electrode materials
Panasonic Corp. has developed two new 18650-type high-capacity Li-ion battery cells for use in laptop computers and environmentally-friendly energy technologies.
2007-12-20 India's foundry policy attracts applicants
India's semiconductor and electronics manufacturing policy has attracted applicants. Three firms have formally applied, while more than a dozen other firms have made enquiries.
2013-04-25 IGBT module for AT-NPC 3-level 12-in-1
The module from Fuji Electric claims to enable reductions in the size of power electronic equipment such as inverters and uninterruptible power system equipment.
2010-02-04 Hot buttons for 2010: Convergence, green tech
Meenus Sarin takes a look at an industry fresh out of a recession. What will 2010 hold for electronics design engineers and managers, particularly those in the ASEAN and India? Read on to find out.
2008-10-24 GE invests $2.5M in solar company
GE Energy Financial Services, a unit of GE, is investing $2.5 million and providing the power of GE's ecomagination program to solar power company Soliant Energy.
2008-10-01 Fraunhofer ISE touts new solar cell efficiency record
Researchers at the Fraunhofer Institute for Solar Energy Systems have claimed a European efficiency record of 39.7 percent for a III-V semiconductor multi-junction solar cell.
2008-01-30 CIGS-based solar cells achieve efficiency breakthrough
Global Solar Energy has claimed an efficiency breakthrough for solar cells based on CIGS thin-film technology.
2015-07-08 CIGS thin film solar cells beat silicon efficiency
A European consortium claims to have an efficient alternative to silicon that achieves 25 per cent efficiency, rivalling silicon for a fraction of the cost of the cheap low-efficiency Chinese varieties.
2009-05-14 China, U.S. threaten Europe's solar reign
Increased competition and the economic crisis have cast clouds upon the Western European solar energy market. According to a new report from Frost and Sullivan, the European solar market is now facing two major competitorsChina and the United States.
2013-04-25 China's 2013 solar plan focuses on on-grid installation
In order to make up for the financial gap caused by previous solar installations, China's Ministry of Finance announced that starting at the end of March, they will pre-allocate subsidies for renewable energy and issue a capital of $386.43 million for solar installations.
2009-02-05 Cheaper thin-film solar cells topple crystalline
By using multiple layers with semiconductor junctions tuned to different wavelengths of light, AGT touts that their solar cells are not only cheaper, but could outperform expensive crystalline solar cells in many climates.
2013-11-28 Building better barriers through flawless moisture detection
Developed by the Energy Department's National Renewable Energy Laboratory, the NREL Electric Calcium Test (e-Ca) uses unique design elements to measure corrosion from water using calcium.
2009-11-11 Bosch sets up power electronics center in Germany
Power electronics gets a push in Germany with the establishment of the Robert Bosch Center for Power Electronics in Baden-Württemberg.
2008-05-14 Applied Materials, T-Solar ink SunFab service deal
Applied Materials has signed a multiyear agreement to provide its SunFab Performance Service program to T-Solar Global of Spain for the Applied SunFab Thin Film Line.
2010-04-12 Applied cuts SunFab investments
Applied Materials Inc. disclosed plans to reduce its investments in its SunFab solar technology amid disappointing results in the arena.
2013-01-17 Analyst: PV systems uptake related to price
Frost & Sullivan forecasted that the market earned revenues of more than $1.73 billion in 2011 will reach $3.04 billion in 2016.
2012-01-02 A primer on wireless sensor network
Here are the basic concepts of wireless sensor networks and protocols, the significant elements comprising a wireless sensor, and some of the important design considerations for using them.
2015-09-10 60 start-up companies to watch in 2015
EE Times has selected 30 start-up companies to come on to version 16.1 of its list of 60 firms that are worth keeping an eye on. Readers are welcome to nominate their own emerging companies.
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