Monthly Archives: July 2013

Wind, solar could benefit from Kansas transmission compact

Kansas has more wind energy potential than any state except Texas, but eight states generate more total megawatts of wind power even as Brownback and his legislature have taken steps to boost Kansas wind industry. A key problem: a lack … Continue reading

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Energy Efficiency Becomes More Efficient

Energy efficiency is becoming, well, more efficient as building-integrated photovoltaics (BIPV) technology is expanding. BIPV is a solar technology in which solar sensors or panels are built directly into a building’s materials, such as roof tiles or glass. This allows … Continue reading

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Science is key to locally adapting the post-2015 agenda

In fact, the document makes an explicit point about technology transfer: “The innovation, diffusion and transfer of technology is critical to realising true transformation. Whether in information, transportation,communications or life-saving medicines, new technologies can help countries leapfrog to new levels … Continue reading

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What Tech Is Next for the Solar Industry?

The technology that’s surprised almost everyone is conventional crystalline silicon. A few years ago, silicon solar panels cost $4 per watt, and Martin Green, professor at the University of New South Wales and one of the leading silicon solar panel … Continue reading

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APPLICATION OF TAXES WILL NOT TURN OFF SMALL INDUSTRIES

The Ministry of Industry admitted that the application of 1% taxes would increase the burden of Small and Medium Industry [SMI] after the fuel price hike. However, this sector is predicted to be able to face the economic conditions after … Continue reading

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Wind Energy Association to promote small-scale wind energy

The two associations will collaborate on building the small wind market nationally, identifying and targeting Canadian provinces in which to pursue supportive policy initiatives and managing a Canadian small wind caucus, among other activities, they announced in a joint release.We … Continue reading

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Green light for Wairarapa wind farm

Wairarapa could soon be home to New Zealand’s largest wind farm after Genesis Energy was granted resource consent to increase the size of its controversial mega-wind farm.It has approval to build up to 286 turbines in the region at a … Continue reading

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Carbon Prepreg and It’s Uncompromising Strength

Are you thinking about using carbon prepreg materials in an up-coming project? These materials are used in a variety of products in which high temperature capabilities are not an issue. They are also ideal for projects and manufacturers that require … Continue reading

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