World Future Energy Summit News for October 2009

World Future Energy Summit News Archive

Solar electric industry poised for strong growth in USA, suggests poll

Professionals within the US solar electric industry value chain predict strong growth for their businesses over the next two years, and say more favourable legislation and heightened marketing will be key to their expansion.

Wind could provide quarter of India’s power by 2030

Wind could also attract US$10 billion in investment every year and create 213,000 green collar jobs, says the industry.

Suntech and AEDB deliver solar power to Pakistan

Crystalline silicon photovoltaic (PV) solar module manufacturer Suntech Power Holdings Co and Pakistan's Alternative Energy Development Board (AEDB) have entered a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to work towards the widespread use of solar energy technologies to meet the energy shortage in Pakistan.

World Future Energy Summit – conference programme

The World Future Energy Summit has released its conference programme for 18-21 January 2010.

Updated: QinetiQ and Vestas test 'stealth technology' for wind turbines Updated: QinetiQ and Vestas test 'stealth technology' for wind turbines

QinetiQ and Vestas Wind Systems claim the successful trial of a radar mitigation technology for wind turbines that significantly reduces the radar signature of individual turbines, making them 'invisible' to air traffic control, military and other radar based systems.

Renewable energy can reduce 20% of world goal for GHG emissions

Renewable energy could reduce global greenhouse gas emissions by 2741 Mt by 2030 under accelerated environmental policies, according to the International Energy Agency.