Today’s News

  • Residential battery storage in Australia gets big boost
    By jwebber 10 February 2016 A USD $36.5 million investment in Sunverge Energy’s world-leading technology is set to advance the uptake of residential energy storage in Australia. ARENA CEO Ivor Frischknecht said the new round of financing included a USD $20 million commitment from AGL Energy Limited (AGL) and was a clear signal of confidence […]
  • MENA’s pool of developers can absorb Abengoa sales
    By Robin Sayles Précis: Abengoa’s exit from the Shams 1 plant is to be followed by other global asset sales but highly competitive developers are set to fill any gaps left in fast growing Middle East and North Africa markets. The vertically integrated CSP developer announced February 4 the sale of its 20% stake in […]
  • MENA’s pool of developers ready to absorb Abengoa sales
    By Robin Sayles Précis: Abengoa’s exit from the Shams 1 plant will be followed by other global asset sales but highly competitive developers are set to fill any gaps left in fast growing Middle East and North Africa markets. The vertically integrated CSP developer announced February 4 the sale of its 20% stake in the […]
  • A fifth of car fuel-efficiency savings are eroded by increased driving
    Around a fifth of the energy-saving benefits of fuel-efficient cars are eroded because people end up driving them more, according to a study into British motoring habits over the last 40 years. Read more here:: http://feeds.sciencedaily.com/~r/sciencedaily/matter_energy/fuel_cells/~3/N8_Jpe6flbE/160209110053.htm       
  • Great Story Happening in NYC This Week: First Woman to Travel to All Countries to Speak at NYU
    By Expedition 196 First Documented Woman to Travel to All 196 Countries in a Guinness Record Attempt to Speak at NYU This Week. [PR.com] Read more here:: http://www.pr.com/press-release/657494       
  • An interaction between perovskites and quantum dots could improve LED and solar technologies
    Researchers have studied the interaction of two materials, halide perovskite and quantum dots, revealing enormous potential for the development of advanced LEDs and more efficient solar cells. Read more here:: http://feeds.sciencedaily.com/~r/sciencedaily/matter_energy/solar_energy/~3/Ieds0iJnB7I/160209090712.htm       

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