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2010-01-07 Italy's largest PV panel fab rises
Enel Green Power, Sharp and STMicroelectronics have joined together to contribute their unique value-add to the solar industry
2010-03-24 Industrial/medical electronics to reach $850B in 2015
Semicast's latest analysis of the world industrial/medical electronics market found that revenues are set to grow to $560 billion in 2010 and $850 billion in 2015.
2012-06-05 Impact of smart meters on IT infrastructure
While the actual process of implementing and integrating these meters unfolds, companies need to think ahead on how this will affect their IT requirements in the near future.
2010-07-01 IEEE deliberates on two smart grid standards
The IEEE has completed one standard and advanced another to help lay the foundation for interoperable smart electric grids.
2012-06-01 HP lab test claims to lower data center power
The HP Net-Zero Energy data center techniques cut total power use by 30 percent and reduced use of the utility grid by nearly 80 percent in HP Labs tests
2006-07-01 Here comes the sun
Sticker shock at the gas pumps combined with concerns over the diminishing supply of non-renewable energy sources like coal, oil and natural gas have added new urgency to the search for alternatives
2003-05-20 ECD takes full control of Bekaert photovoltaic ventures
Energy Conversion Devices Inc. has acquired all of N.V. Bekaert S.A.'s interests in the photovoltaic joint ventures United Solar Systems Corp. and Bekaert ECD Solar Systems LLC.
2009-09-30 Duo to co-develop PV products for U.S. military
Ascent Solar Technologies Inc. and Energy Technologies Inc. have signed a cooperation agreement on the development of new photovoltaic (PV) products for the U.S. military
2012-09-10 Domestic PV market gains from China policies
EnergyTrend observed that solar projects with capacity of above 1MW are ongoing in northwestern cities in China, such as Xinjiang, Gansu and Qinghai, benefiting from the subsidy policies
2011-08-02 Digital isolators offer up to 5kV isolation ratings
Silicon Labs' Si86xx 3.75kV and 5kV digital isolators feature isolation ratings that translate into a longer service lifetime in harsh application conditions.
2009-11-27 Concentrated PV market to hit $266M by 2014
The total concentrated photovoltaic market is expected to be worth $266 million by 2014, growing at a CAGR of 33.0 percent from 2009 to 2014.
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
2009-08-26 Better information builds 'smarter' smart grids
A quick survey of the prototype smart grids around the world shows that there is no absolute agreement on what a power system must include in order to be considered smart.
2008-08-11 Avnet makes buildings 'green' with LED
As advances in LED technology push it into the commercial realm, component distributors are retooling their operations to help rewire buildings to take advantage of its energy-saving capabilities
2012-08-17 Australian universities secure grant for PV research
The University of New South Wales and the University of Queensland have secured $40.7 million from the Education Investment Fund Research Infrastructure Program.
2010-07-16 Asia Pacific PV markets grow 85% in 2010
Asia Pacific photovoltaic (PV) markets will contribute significantly to the global market in 2010, according to market analyst Solarbuzz.
2011-02-25 Analyst forcasts fast growth for MPLM
Module level power management solutions such as microinverters and optimizers will be found in almost 40 percent of residential PV installations by 2014, according to a report from IHS iSuppli.
2011-04-26 'Green' efforts lauded by NI grant program
NI's 2011 Green Engineering Grant program will specifically recognize technologies that improve the smart grid and provide the foundation for a clean energy future
2010-10-11 SunPower complies with CDP
SunPower submitted its first response to the Carbon Disclosure Project reporting greenhouse gas emissions totalling 328 metric tons of CO2 greenhouse gas emissions.
2002-03-12 Power supplies
This application note presents power supplies that are capable of providing procedures for analyzing the power requirements of data acquisition systems
2011-05-18 European PV demand awaits inventory clearance
Energy Trend has announced that based on their study, the speed inventory turnover is still the key factor of the PV market development in the second half of 2011
2011-06-23 Upcoming technologies push power revolution
Several electronic technologies are playing high-profile roles in power revolution, among them 3D transistors, solid-state lighting, energy harvesting, superconducting cable and silicon carbide components
2010-05-11 Trio fuses technologies for LED lighting
Teridian, Synapse and CEL is offering a new design solution for the intelligent wireless control and energy monitoring of LED light fixtures and advanced solid-state lighting products
2009-04-07 Singapore R&D institute adopts Synopsys tools
Solar Energy Research Institute of Singapore (SERIS) has adopted Synopsys Inc.'s Sentaurus TCAD to support its solar cell R&D programs. The Sentaurus TCAD tools will initially be used to support SERIS' silicon-based solar cell research
2013-02-13 Self-powered sensors eliminate need for new batteries
An engineer at Columbia University designed self-powered systems using nanoscale devices that can transmit and receive wireless signals using so little power that their batteries never need replacing
2011-06-24 Power transistor 2011 market to cross $13 billion
IC Insights sees a growth in the power transistor market reaching annual sales of $13 billion this year. This growth is fueled by automotive systems and portable products, among others
2004-02-16 Photosynthesis inspires molecular-assembly process
Nanotechnologists have recently succeeded in their attempts to build molecular systems based on highly efficient versions of the molecular "machine" that plants use to turn sunlight into energy
2010-02-19 Intel looks into nanoscale power storage
Intel researchers are checking nanoscale materials that could be used to create ultracapacitors with a greater energy density than today's Li-ion batteries
2008-04-07 India IC policy pulls in $16B manufacturing proposals
Electronics and chipmakers in India are looking to work with the government to pull together proposals for establishing a chip fab, an LCD plant and solar manufacturing facilities
2006-07-17 Going green: Zero emission across different industries
Concern for environmental damage caused by industries' pollution has reached fever pitch globally. Proactive waste management systems practiced today are still in the "end-of-the-pipe" phase. They need to move beyond recycling to work at minimizing waste generation
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