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Solar market eclipse coming after eight years of growth

After eight consecutive years of growth, global revenue for photovoltaic, panels is expected to plunge by nearly 20 per cent in 2009, according to iSuppli Corp

Laser sources for solar cell production

Laser is an indispensible tool in the production of mono and polycrystalline solar cells, says Rofin

Actuators must withstand high humidity, salt, wind and rain

Wind power now accounts for 20 per cent of Denmark's electricity needs. Donna Guinivan visits AVN's plant, Silkeborg, Denmark, to get the full story on this and the future of wind power in general

Initiative boosts anaerobic digestion expansion plans

A UK government-backed initiative has been launched to promote greater use of anaerobic digestion in the production of green energy

Engineering design optimisation on a Saas basis

Dezineforce will be exhibiting its software-as-a-service engineering design optimisation package at the All-Energy 2009 event

Electrically conductive foil tape

ARclad 90038 from Adhesives Research is as an alternative bus bar material for delivering highly-reliable conductivity in thin-film photovoltaic modules

Photovoltaic cells: will grid parity change everything?

Photovoltaic installations measured in terms of megawatts are expected to rise at a CAGR of 72.4 per cent from 2010 to 2013

Wind turbine bearings benefit from Durotect B coating

Schaeffler has developed a new Durotect B coating for FAG cylindrical roller bearings to extend the operating life in wind turbine applications

New range of manual lever hydraulic valves

Intended for both mobile and stationary industrial applications at pressures up to 210 bar (3,000 psi)

Solar cell metallisation drying systems

The drying process consists of a combination of either five or seven IR zones and one central convection zone

Renewable energy experts from Parker form focused team

Parker Hannifin has created a Renewable Energy Team that draws together European technology and applications expertise

Stockpiling electrons: key to take-up of renewable energy?

Large-scale use of renewable energy may depend on the ability to store electricity. Manel Romeu Bellés reports

Foxbox junction box simplifies assembly of PV panels

Designed for use with automated assembly processes, the new Multi-Contact Foxbox junction box benefits from a clip-on cover and an absence of soldered joints

Spherical plain bearings ensure efficient operation of 50MW solar power plant

The Andasol 1 solar power plant, which went on line in mid-2009, uses a total of 1,248 ELGES hydraulic rod ends from Schaeffler

Price erosion ratchets up competition in solar market

Global installed watts for PV systems will grow by 64 per cent in 2010, reaching 8.3 Gigawatts

Induction bending and cold bending techniques

Providing protective sleeves for the power cables deployed from offshore turbines to the shore

Report describes trends in wind turbine drive technologies

A new report from Frost and Sullivan provides insights into global trends relating to electric drives for wind turbine generators

In search of tomorrow's biofuels

Once seen as the solution for climate change, biofuels have since come under attack because of the use of fertile land to grow core biofuel crops. Now teams are developing biofuels that really could help save the planet

Photovoltaic metallisation solution optimises solar cell manufacturing

DEK Solar to showcase PV3000 at AsiaSolar Energy Photovoltaic Exhibition and Forum

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