INTERSOLAR AND EES ON COURSE FOR GROWTH AROUND THE WORLD

Positive global market development boosts success Munich, March 15, 2016 - Intersolar is sending a positive message to the industry …

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Most Asia-Pacific Countries Use Feed-in Tariffs to Incentivize Renewable Energy Investment, says GlobalData

The use of Feed-in Tariffs (FiTs) is an important factor in incentivizing natio…

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NORVENTO UNVEILS NEW nED100 MODEL

New upgraded, cost-effective 100kW turbine designed to boost efficiency, performance and returns in the UK post-subsidy market Glasgow, 4th May, 2016 - Med…

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Phoenix Solar AG announces Q1/2016 results

• Group revenues double versus pre-year period, EBIT slightly improved, strong cash inflow• Free order backlog was at €189 million…

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PES Exclusive Articles

Unveiling a new vessel

Slated to be ready for her first offshore wind project in the North Sea by Q1 2016, Wind Innovation is set to be a game changer for C-bed. We take a look at the specs and grab five minutes with the company's Flemming Hjorth. Presenting Wind Innovation100% tailor-made for optimising the installation…

Editor’s note

When I sit down to write these editor's notes, I do so at the end of the issue; at a time when all the content is in and done, and I can get a feel for the ‘temperature' of the magazine. I'm glad - very glad - to say that this is the first issue for a while where I've felt a genuine sense of …

Editor’s note

At the time of writing, the PES team and I are packing our bags in readiness for our trip to Atlanta, or to be more specific: to WINDPOWER 2012. The AWEA show is the focal point for wind professionals to network with and learn from industry leaders and experts, and to discover the latest in products…

Is it time to accept wind's shortcomings?

The scientific arguments (and counter-arguments) surrounding Wind Turbine Syndrome have been raging for years. PES is obviously and firmly pro-wind, but in the interests of balance, isn't it time we started handling our PR a little better? After all, clean energy isn't necessarily flawless energy...…

Why European solar developers are failing on entry…and how to avoid joining the ranks

Considering expanding your operation into the bustling ‘new' U.S. market? You'd be in good company and the rewards are surely there for the taking. However many international firms come up short, as Haresh Patel of Mercatus explains. Here, he outlines how to succeed where others have failed. …

Industry Insider

As Director of Sales Western EMEA for Power One, David Lowen is a well-known figure in the solar/PV industry. In this, the first of our Industry Insider interviews, he talks about his background within the sector and tells us a little about what makes him tick... PES: Welcome to PES magazine, can y…

Assessing national competitiveness in the global solar race

The globalising solar industry is at a transformative point, benefiting from big technological gains and beset by big geopolitical fights. As the industry develops over the next decade and beyond, who will win, who will lose and how will those shifts play out? PES investigates... To illuminate the …

Is Germany losing its energy edge?

The German Energiewende (energy transition) - once an international model - threatens to disintegrate. Now is the time to develop a common European energy strategy, experts say. PES reports. "Germany would be well-advised to start looking beyond the edge of its nose on energy policy", warned Bert R…

Failure is not an option…

Operation, maintenance and survivability are key issues for offshore, and, as we report, software reliability is vital to those three pillars. The ‘failure' headline is a famous and inspirational quote attributed (wrongly) to Gene Kranz during the Apollo mission in 1970. Whoever coined the ph…

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