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The man who stepped on the moon interested in India’s space mission

1. May 2013

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The man who stepped on the moon interested in India’s space mission

Will Space Be the future of renewable Energy? It is now years since the last moon mission. Is it buzz or reality? The man who was part of Apolo 11 in the year of 1969, who, alongside with Neil Armstrong stepped on the moon, is now part of another type of mission. This man is [...]

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Investment in Green Technologies Decreased In 2012 But Good Hopes for 2013

1. May 2013

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Investment in Green Technologies Decreased In 2012 But Good Hopes for 2013

According to statements from the Cleantech Group, released in the year of 2012, the overall investment in clean technology decreased heavily. Investors run away from risky and valuable deals, causing the investment in this area to decrease at a fast pace. The Cleantech Group, an analysis company that is based in San Francisco, pointed out [...]

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Consistent Growth For Chinese PV Producer Yingli Green Energy

28. April 2013

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Consistent Growth For Chinese PV Producer Yingli Green Energy

The Chinese PV Producer Yingli Green Energy Estimated that its 4th 2012 quarter shipment of PV modules would be higher The path of Yingli Green Energy is actually more than 2.2 GW, a value above all the expectations. Nevertheless, the company also suffered from considerable losses. For example: in the 3rd quarter of 2012 the [...]

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Solar Industry Experienced Positive Growth In 2012

17. February 2013

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Solar Industry Experienced Positive Growth In 2012

The renewable-energy industry has by no means been healthier than now, by the looks of it. In spite that natural gas has become more cost efficient. This year the wind-turbine installation in the U.S. has actually overtaken the installation of new natural-gas capacity. In 2012, new wind capacity had reached 6,519 MW as of Nov. [...]

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Another Great Year for German’s Solar Industry

17. February 2013

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Another Great Year for German’s Solar Industry

According to new statistics released by the Environment Ministry, a great growth in new solar power was experienced. Seven point six (7.6) gigawatts (GW) of new capacity were installed by Germany. Because subsidies (the country’s feed-in tariffs for solar) were reduced, new installations decreased to a certain degree towards the end of the year. Overcoming [...]

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Will Space-Based Energy Solve the Actual Energetic Crisis in India?

12. January 2013

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Will Space-Based Energy Solve the Actual Energetic Crisis in India?

The Southern Regional Science Congress began at Kongunadu Arts and Science College it was a congress of two days that marked the centenary of the Indian Science Congress Association. The main topic discussed was the role that science plays in shaping the future of India. At this Congress about three hundred scientists were presenting papers, [...]

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Vikram Solar Investing Heavily In Solar Power Plant in Rajasthan

16. December 2012

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Vikram Solar Investing Heavily In Solar Power Plant in Rajasthan

Vikram Solar is a leading manufacturer of solar products based in Kolkata. Vikram Solar might install its 40 MW solar power plant at Rajasthan in the very beginning of 2013 with this process the company will invest about to Rs.410. crore. The Vikram Group and also a top PV maker of solar modules, signed with [...]

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California Had The Largest increase of Wind Power in The States – 2012

24. November 2012

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California Had The Largest increase of Wind Power in The States – 2012

2011 experienced strong progress in wind power capacity in California Grid. According to a report published by the U.S. Department of Energy, California had the strongest addition of wind power to the grid in the US. High honors were received by several states, which included but not limited to Illinois, Iowa, Minnesota, Oklahoma and Colorado. [...]

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World’s Largest Wind Farm Now Operational

18. November 2012

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World’s Largest Wind Farm Now Operational

The London Array Offshore Wind Farm is now generating its first power was announced by DONG Energy, E.ON, and Masdar. The 630MW scheme which is located in the Thames Estuary will produce sufficient power to supply over 470,000 UK homes with electricity, when fully functional and will be the world’s largest offshore wind farm. 151 [...]

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Wind Energy Experienced Significant Growth

18. November 2012

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Wind Energy Experienced Significant Growth

A rising determinant of global energy supply is large-scale wind energy. Worldwide energy consumption continues to rapidly increase due to economic and population growth. Between 1973 and 2006, the total primary energy supply for all uses almost doubled and electricity generation had more than tripled. A large portion came from fossil fuels such as coal, [...]

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