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2004-08-13 Kyocera to make photovoltaic modules in North America
Kyocera Solar Inc. will begin large scale assembly of solar photovoltaic (PV) modules at its maquiladora facility in Tijuana, Mexico this Fall, and establish a regional office in San Diego for solar system engineering and marketing
2013-05-10 What's for dinner? Microwaved semiconductors
A team of metallurgists from the University of Utah used an old microwave oven to make a nanocrystal faster than how it is normally produced.
2011-06-30 Taiwan to get 16% share of 2011 PV cells market
According to PIDA, Taiwan will beat the share of its rivals this year with 16 percent of the global market.
2009-01-22 Suntech also eyes Masdar City
Suntech Power Holdings Co. Ltd has supplied 5MW of solar panels for a 10MW solar electricity system to power Masdar City, the world's first carbon neutral city being built in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates
2014-11-03 SunPower grows presence in China with second joint venture
The U.S.-based solar systems manufacturer is investing $20 million in a power venture that will construct at least 3GW of solar plants in China's Sichuan province
2008-08-29 Solarfun to supply PV modules to Q-Cells
Solarfun Power Holdings Co. Ltd has entered a three-year supply agreement with Q-Cells International, a subsidiary of solar cell provider Q-Cells AG
2008-12-11 Small is beautiful for green-tech newbies
Les Fritzemeier heads up a tiny solar-energy start-up that most people have never heard of, Wakonda Technologies. But rather than worry about being steamrolled by the sliding economy, he feels like he's in a great spot
2010-03-08 Shifting towards electronics sustainability
According to Molex Inc. VP, solid-state lighting Mike Picini, To survive and thrive in this environment will require a new approach to product design, development and delivery.
2008-09-01 Rohm and Haas readies photovoltaic products
Rohm and Haas Co. introduces its new line of Enlight products for photovoltaic manufacturers.
2012-02-21 Research shows new battery reduces PV costs
Boasting an energy efficiency of 95 percent, lithium batteries are seen to replace lead acid types as an energy storage device in photovoltaic systems
2011-06-20 Power IC offers 1?WC100mW output
Maxim Integrated Products introduces the MAX17710, which operates at ultra-low current level and accepts energy from a variety of poorly regulated energy harvesting sources with output ranging from 1?WC100mW
2011-11-16 Making low power possible in wireless sensor networks
Find out why low power features and integration of modules in a single chip are vital for a rugged and efficient node development.
2009-07-31 Intel injects cash in cleantech startups
Intel Corp. has expanded its new energy initiative by investing approximately $10 million in five startups
2008-10-30 Intel Capital invests in China cleantech firms
Intel Capital has made three new investments in China, which includes a $20 million funding in Trony Solar Holdings Co. Ltd, a thin-film solar energy and solution provider
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.
2015-08-05 Facebook drone offers Internet access to remote areas
Code-named Aquila, and with a wingspan of a Boeing 737, the Internet-beaming drone is geared to fly for three months at a time, and create about a 50km communications radius.
2010-06-17 Europe vendors team to push greener electronics
The ENIAC project is designed to enhance the competitiveness of Europe's IC and electronics companies in developing new products and technologies that are at the forefront of energy efficiency
2010-09-13 EPIA introduces PV Observatory to advocate sustainable policies
The European Photovoltaic Industry Association (EPIA) advocates sustainable policies with its aim of keeping the PV industry and market on an accelerated, sustainable growth track.
2009-11-17 Dow, Caltech tie up on photovoltaic R&D
Dow and Caltech enter a four-year research agreement that will initially focus on less expensive and more available direct band gap materials.
2005-10-10 Cypress subsidiary debuts two high-efficiency inverters
SunPower Corp., a subsidiary of Cypress Semiconductor Corp., introduced two new high-efficiency inverters at last week's Solar Power 2005 show in Washington, D.C
2007-11-22 Applied to acquire PV cell test system provider
Applied Materials announced it will acquire Italy-based supplier of automated metallization and test systems for manufacturing crystalline silicon (c-Si) PV cells Baccini S.p.A for $330 million in cash
2003-11-18 Ansoft, ISET partner for alternative power system design
Ansoft Corp., in cooperation with the Institute of Solar Energy Technology (ISET), has released a new model library for alternative energy systems.
2008-09-24 Albany NanoTech beefs up cleantech efforts
Eyeing to achieve its success in semiconductors, Albany NanoTech, together with its parent organization, is bringing its collaboration model over to clean technology.
2012-09-24 Zurich University reveals FRAM tech for green wireless apps
A research from Zurich University reveals that the use of FRAM nonvolatile memory in energy harvesting applications can cut energy consumption of the wireless sensor node by more than 40 per cent
2010-03-11 Yingli ups 300MW monocrystalline capacity in Baoding
Yingli Green Energy Holding Co. Ltd is expanding its 300MW PANDA monocrystalline silicon-based manufacturing capacity at its Baoding headquarters
2012-06-25 XP Power opens green fab in Vietnam
XP Power's power supply manufacturing facility in Ho Chi Minh City incorporates a solar PV array, eco-friendly glass to prevent solar heat gain, low energy lighting, and ultra-efficient air conditioning
2015-05-26 Vishay unveils 600V fast body diode MOSFETs
The Vishay Siliconix SiHx21N60EF, SiHx47N60EF and SiHx70N60EF promises to boost reliability and save energy in industrial, telecom, computing and renewable energy applications
2009-03-18 Toward a greener IT landscape in Asia
Environmental protection is somewhat more complex than the old "3Rs" rule of "Reduce, Reuse, Recycle," and IT firms and Asian governments have major roles to play to provide a greener Asia.
2008-09-11 TI brings 32bit real-time control to cost-sensitive apps
Helping bring processor intensive, real-time control to cost-sensitive applications, Texas Instruments Inc. announced a new series of 32bit TMS320F2802x/F2803x MCUs starting at less than $2 in volume.
2004-06-29 SunTechnics, SunPower forge distribution pact
SunTechnics and SunPower Corp., a Cypress Semiconductor subsidiary, have announced a distribution partnership.
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