Solar heating and cooling News for January 2009
Oerlikon is planning around 1,000 layoffs following other similar announcement in the solar industry.
23 January, 2009
As 2009 gets underway, all eyes are turned towards the US, a market poised to begin a dramatic transition in energy and climate policy, but facing decisions still steeped in political wrangling, according to analyst Emerging Energy Research.
19 January, 2009
Elsevier is launching a ‘one-stop’ site for energy researchers covering all aspects of energy including renewables.
16 January, 2009
Tata Power will explore the possibility of setting up a 5 MW geothermal power plant and a 5 MW solar power plant in Gujarat, India.
15 January, 2009
The World Future Energy Summit (WFES09) will see 132 solar-related companies exhibiting on January 19-21, 2009.
14 January, 2009
Clean energy shares have been benefiting from an 'Obama Bounce', surging from their lows in November last year, according to leading analysis company New Energy Finance.
13 January, 2009
Recruitment company Resourcing Solutions predicts the renewable energy industry will have a growing importance in the UK job market.
12 January, 2009
In a speech on 8 January, President-elect Barack Obama made it clear renewables would play an important part in saving the US economy.
09 January, 2009
Fourth quarter data from Greentech Media show that venture capital (VC) investment in green technologies exceeded US$2.5 billion in the fourth quarter of 2008, down 1.4% from Q3.
08 January, 2009
According to the Japanese Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry, the Japan Photovoltaic Energy Association (JPEA) will start accepting applications for the residential solar generation installation subsidies from mid-January as part of the implementation of the Japanese residential solar generation installation subsidy programme, which was incorporated in the supplementary budget for this fiscal year.
07 January, 2009