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  • SunEdison Files for Bankruptcy

    SunEdison Inc. filed for bankruptcy protection after a two-year, $3.1 billion acquisition binge that drove its debt to unmanageable levels and sent investors running for the exits. [View Details]
  • US Federal Regulators to Examine Barriers to Energy Storage Participation in Markets

    Staff of the U.S. Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) last week said the agency intends to examine whether barriers exist to the participation of energy storage in the capacity, energy and ancillary service markets, and whether those barriers could lead to unjust and unreasonable energy rates. [View Details]
  • Solar Generator with FM Radio + MP3/MP4 Player

    This Solar Home Generator is built in FM Radio & MP3/MP4 Player, can run 2pcs 3W LED Lamp, and also can charge cellphone and other DC5V digital products. Simple Operation. [View Details]
  • Panasonic Gives 2,000 Solar Lanterns for African Refugees

      Panasonic Corp., under its 100,000 Solar Lantern Project, will send 2,000 solar lamps to a refugee camp in Africa.   The overall project includes 100,000 solar-powered lanterns being sent to various regions without electricity. The company will donate 3,000 portable solar lanterns to NGOs in Myanmar this month and in March, Panasonic will add an additional 5,000 lamps for NGOs in India. [View Details]
  • Egypt Looks to Solar for Household Power

    Egypt’s National Research Center will start a pilot project to use solar energy to power many household items. [View Details]
  • Exhibition to Hosts Visitors via Solar Lamps

    Seeing the impact of renewable energy is being brought to the forefront as visitors to a London exhibition “Life without Lights” will tour the gallery led by solar lamps. The Ashden-hosted exhibition is a collection of 23 images taken by award-winning photographer Peter DiCampo during his time living and travelling in remote areas of Northern Ghana. [View Details]
  • Mozambique Opens Bidding for a Wind Power Facility

    Mozambique’s Ministry of Energy’s National Directorate of New and Renewable Energy has issued a call for interested parties to pre-qualify for a competitive development of a wind power facility. Under a build, own, operate, and transfer (BOOT), the 30-MW plant will be up for grabs for interested applicants that have prior experience in similar projects. [View Details]

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