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The Global Green War had started with the US imposing duties on imports of Chinese made solar panels and cells. Subsequently dumping charges were also imposed on wind energy equipment made in China as well. China has not been able to do much against these duties as it exports almost 80-90% of its solar products. [...]
Glue. That’s literally one of the secret ingredients of a new and relativelynovel solar module from Lumeta that is on exhibit at Solar PowerInternational this week. The company, a subsidiary of a large roofing contractor called DRI Companies, has devised a 400-wattsolar module that essentially sticks onto the roof of a building. Youjust peel off [...]
Tokyo—Panasonic laid out a plan today to weave together its manydivisions to become the largest company in the world when it comes ingreen electronics. By 2018, the company wants to obtain 30 percent, or 1 trillion yen ($12 billion) of its expected revenue from its energy systems business. Now, the group accounts for approximately 15 [...]
“Asia’srising ‘clean technology tigers’— China, Japan and South Korea — arepoised to out-compete the United States for dominance of clean energymarkets due to their substantially larger government investments tosupport clean technology research and innovation, manufacturingcapacity, and domestic markets, as well as critical relatedinfrastructure.” So begins Rising Tigers, Sleeping Giant, released on November 18 by the [...]
Panasonic formally launched its $4.5 billion takeover bid forcontrol over Sanyo today. The deal will likely further expand theJapanese giant’s move into green. Sanyowas the twelfth largest solar cell manufacturer in the world, with 210megawatts of capacity, according to GTM Research, and the 7th largestin terms of total photovoltaic equipment, according to NavigantConsulting. It also [...]
In industry as in life, role models can do wonders. Many credit Walmart for turning the perception of green products and building practices from feel-good measures to policies that can cut operating costs. General Electric and Toyota, meanwhile, have both succeeded in very different ways in marketing energy efficiency. But after that, the list gets [...]
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