16 Feb '12, 1pm

Green Job Moves at Xtreme Power, MiaSolé, Lumenergi, Oasys Water, Ascent Solar: Xtreme Power, a developer of u...

Xtreme Power , a developer of utility-scale energy storage and power management systems, promoted CTO Alan J. Gotcher to president and CEO. Xtreme's former CEO, Carlos Coe, is now the chairman of the company’s board. The firm’s projects include the world’s largest storage-integrated wind farm in partnership with Duke Energy. Xtreme's investors include SAIL Capital Partners, Bessemer Venture Partners, The Dow Chemical Company, Fluor, BP Alternative Energy, Dominion Resources, POSCO ICT, SkyLake & Co. and Spring Ventures. MiaSolé appointed Richard (Rich) Hossfeld as Vice President of Global Business Development and Sales following the recent appointment of new CEO, John Carrington . Both Hossfeld and Carrington have worked at First Solar . MiaSolé , a CIGS thin-film PV manufacturing startup, placed third in CIGS panel production in 2011 behind Solar Frontier (at 577 megawatt...

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The State of Solar Power in Europe

The State of Solar Power in Europe

cleantechnica.com 16 Feb '12, 10pm

This is a top-notch guest post by James Hawkins of the UK on the state of solar power in Europe today. It’s got the latest...

Green Blog: Tracking How the World Guzzles Water

green.blogs.nytimes.com 15 Feb '12, 10pm

Arjen Hoekstra and Mesfin Mekonnen/PNAS Early Edition Humankind’s average annual water footprint from 1996 to 2005. With t...

Sunkits - solar panel systems to power your home

Sunkits - solar panel systems to power your home

solarworld-usa.com 25 Feb '12, 11pm

Proven superior reliability multiplies the SolarWorld performance advantage Most solar PV companies have only been around ...

Green Blog: Tracking How the World Guzzles Wate...

green.blogs.nytimes.com 15 Feb '12, 10pm

Arjen Hoekstra and Mesfin Mekonnen/PNAS Early Edition Humankind’s average annual water footprint from 1996 to 2005. With t...

This Will Be Robonaut's New Job on the ISS, For Now

This Will Be Robonaut's New Job on the ISS, For...

spectrum.ieee.org 16 Feb '12, 3pm

Robonaut 2 has been up on the International Space Station for, geez, like a year now, and it's only over the last few days...

Energy Harvesting Moves into Wearable Electronics

digikey.com 15 Feb '12, 3pm

Energy Harvesting Moves into Wearable Electronics Contributed by Publitek European Editors 2/15/2012 Electronic devices ar...

Major SoCal Power Provider Improves Green Portfolio: San Diego Gas & Electric recently announced that it has ent...

Major SoCal Power Provider Improves Green Portf...

getsolar.com 16 Feb '12, 11pm

Major SoCal Power Provider Improves Green Portfolio Thursday, February 16th 2012 6:11 PM By GetSolar Staff. San Diego Gas ...

Solar Frontier Ships CIS Thin-Film Solar Panels to Energy Giant NRG: Solar Frontier delivered 13.2 megawatts o...

Solar Frontier Ships CIS Thin-Film Solar Panels...

greentechmedia.com 15 Feb '12, 8pm

Solar Frontier delivered 13.2 megawatts of its CIS thin-film solar modules to NRG Solar this month. That single 13.2-megaw...

Startup Develops Floating Solar Farm

Startup Develops Floating Solar Farm

enn.com 17 Feb '12, 9pm

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Job hopping

tankinlian.blogspot.com 28 Feb '12, 12am

I met an Indonesian woman who had migrated to Australia for more than 10 years. She enjoyed the quality of life in Austral...

Green Building’s Growing Market Power

greenbuildingadvisor.com 20 Feb '12, 12pm

The unveiling last week of McGraw-Hill Construction’s Green Home Builders and Remodelers Study , at the National Associati...

China: Kicking Butt in Wind Power | Solar Feeds: Wind energy is the largest renewable energy source on the plane...

China: Kicking Butt in Wind Power | Solar Feeds...

solarfeeds.com 20 Feb '12, 4am

More Proof China is Kicking Butt in Solar With European solar markets in decline, the industry is looking... Why China is ...