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Trina Solar connects two PV plants totaling 23.8MW to grid in UK China-based manufacturer of solar photovoltaic (PV) modules Trina Solar has connected its two power plants totaling 23.8MW to the grid in the UK. Green Power > Solar > News
Canadian Solar completes diesel hybrid PV system for First Nation community By CTBR Staff Writer
Canadian Solar has completed the diesel hybrid PV system in the remote microgrids in northern Ontario, under the partnership with NCC Development.
Green Power > Solar > News Sony to form JV with Hydro-Quebec to develop energy storage system By CTBR Staff Writer
Japanese multinational conglomerate Sony has agreed to establish a joint venture (JV) with Hydro-Quebec for the research and development of a large-scale energy storage system for power grids.
Energy Management > Energy Storage > News North Wales selects Wheelabrator for waste treatment project By EBR Staff Writer
North Wales has named a subsidiary of Waste Management, the Wheelabrator Technologies as the preferred bidder for the £600m North Wales Residual Waste Treatment Project (NWRWTP).
Enviro-Care > Recycling & Waste Management > News
Greenbacker to support Hanergy's solar energy projects By CTBR Staff Writer
Greenbacker Renewable Energy will provide funds for up to 126MW of solar energy projects that are being developed by Hanergy Holdings America.
Green Power > Solar > News Highpower International becomes supplier to SONY By CTBR Staff Writer
Highpower International, a developer, manufacturer, and marketer of lithium and nickel-metal hydride (Ni-MH) rechargeable batteries, and a battery management solution and recycling provider, announced that the company's subsidiary, Huizhou Highpower, has officially become a supplier to SONY and has begun receiving orders and shipping products.
Energy Management > Energy Storage > News Siemens to supply HVDC technology for BorWin3 North Sea grid connection By CTBR Staff Writer
Siemens has secured a contract from German-Dutch transmission grid operator TenneT for an offshore wind farm grid connection in the North Sea.
Green Power > Wind > News

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Enviro-Care

North Wales selects Wheelabrator for waste treatment project
16 April 2014 | By EBR Staff Writer
North Wales has named a subsidiary of Waste Management, the Wheelabrator Technologies as the preferred bidder for the £600m North Wales Residual Waste Treatment Project (NWRWTP).
Enviro-Care > Recycling & Waste Management > News
Texas program for low-cost financing of water, energy conservation projects nears launch
16 April 2014 | By CTBR Staff Writer
Local governments, lenders, manufacturers, engineers, contractors, and commercial property owners are being asked for input on the final draft of policies, processes, and documents for use in launching the Property Assessed Clean Energy (PACE) program throughout Texas.
Enviro-Care > Waste & Waste Water Management > News

Green Power

Trina Solar connects two PV plants totaling 23.8MW to grid in UK
21 April 2014 | By PKBR Staff Writer
China-based manufacturer of solar photovoltaic (PV) modules Trina Solar has connected its two power plants totaling 23.8MW to the grid in the UK.
Green Power > Solar > News
Mabey Bridge to supply onshore wind turbine towers for EWT
18 April 2014 | By CTBR Staff Writer
EWT, a Dutch wind turbine manufacturer, has awarded a contract to UK-based Mabey Bridge for the supply of 30 onshore wind turbine towers.
Green Power > Wind > News

Biofuels

Technip wins EPC contract for Cargill’s ethanol plant
14 April 2014 | By CTBR Staff Writer
France-based Technip has been awarded an engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) contract for the core process units of Cargill’s new ethanol production plant in Barby, Germany.
Biofuels > News
LEC to partner with M Energy to restart biodiesel plant in Darwin Australia
08 April 2014 | By CTBR Staff Writer
Lignol Energy announced the signing of a formal Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) between M Energy and LEC establishing the framework by which the two companies will work together to restart LEC's 140 million litre per year biodiesel plant and incorporate M Energy's proprietary pre-treatment technology.
Biofuels > News

Energy Management

Sony to form JV with Hydro-Quebec to develop energy storage system
16 April 2014 | By CTBR Staff Writer
Japanese multinational conglomerate Sony has agreed to establish a joint venture (JV) with Hydro-Quebec for the research and development of a large-scale energy storage system for power grids.
Energy Management > Energy Storage > News
Highpower International becomes supplier to SONY
16 April 2014 | By CTBR Staff Writer
Highpower International, a developer, manufacturer, and marketer of lithium and nickel-metal hydride (Ni-MH) rechargeable batteries, and a battery management solution and recycling provider, announced that the company's subsidiary, Huizhou Highpower, has officially become a supplier to SONY and has begun receiving orders and shipping products.
Energy Management > Energy Storage > News

Green Tech

Renesas introduces new power management IC for tablets and netbooks
15 September 2010 | By CTBR Staff Writer
Renesas Electronics, a provider of advanced semiconductor systems, has introduced a single-chip power management IC (PMIC), the uPD9977, to provide greater energy efficiency for Intel Atom processor (Oak Trail) based tablets and netbooks.
Energy Management > Energy Efficiency > News
IDT introduces single-chip power management system for TFT LCD panels
10 September 2010 | By CTBR Staff Writer
Integrated Device Technology (IDT), a provider of mixed signal semiconductor systems, has introduced a single-chip power management system, IDT VDAP1000 for thin film transistor (TFT) Liquid Crystal Display (LCD) panels, such as those used in netbooks, Tablet PCs and notebooks.
Energy Management > Energy Efficiency > News

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