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Thursday 3rd February 2011
Developed and constructed by First Solar, the facility is among the nation's largest solar photovoltaic plants and will provide power to Tri-State G&T.
Wednesday 2nd February 2011
The two projects will be based in Ontario, Canada and will provide 5MW and 15MW of solar energy. Construction is expected to begin in March 2011, and be completed in Q3 2011.
Wednesday 2nd February 2011
The HB-LED manufacturers’ inspection systems and software promises to improve process yields and reduce manufacturing costs.
Tuesday 1st February 2011
The Aixtron G4 15x4-inch MOCVD system will be used for GaAs solar cell production for the Russian space market.
Monday 31st January 2011
According to Strategy Analytics, revised projections still indicate CAGR of over 6% through 2015.
Monday 31st January 2011
This is according to Research and Markets who have released "2011 Deep Research Report on Global and China CIGS Thin Film Solar Cell Industry".
Monday 31st January 2011
The ARPA-E grant will fund a number of organisations to research smart grid technologies.
Monday 31st January 2011
ABI Research says Nokia’s market share slid marginally because its revamped smartphone portfolio has yet to gain traction while Samsung made marginal gains in market share.
Friday 28th January 2011
Cree says “Thank You Mr. Edison, We’ll Take it From Here”.
Friday 28th January 2011
Cyrium & Suntrix have collaborated to install Cyrium’s triple junction CPV cells which operate at 25% efficiency, at a power station in Qingdao, China.
Friday 28th January 2011
The firm has signed an agreement with Green Earth Energy and Technology of Belgium to distribute its flexible thin-film solar modules in Belgium, Netherlands, Luxembourg and Germany.
Thursday 27th January 2011
The CIGS solar module manufacturer’s monolithic thin film products have been independently tested by NREL who has confirmed a conversion efficiency of 11.8%.
Thursday 27th January 2011
The agreement gives CMP’s university customers access to TriQuint’s GaAs foundry processes.
Thursday 27th January 2011
Using Eulitha’s PHABLE technology and photomasks made by DNP, the firms say they have passed a major milestone. This innovation will be of use in the high brightness LED industry which is moving from 2” to 4
Wednesday 26th January 2011
The new 12-inch wafers will support demand for high quality, large diameter sapphire for the lighting and consumer electronics industries.
Wednesday 26th January 2011
The report “Global Market Review and Forecast (2010-2020)” says the use of HB-LEDs in mobile/portable devices will remain a strong segment although OLEDs continue to take market share.
Wednesday 26th January 2011
The transaction includes secondary purchases from several existing shareholders and equity investment in the company to drive growth and expansion.
Tuesday 25th January 2011
Intel Capital has rounded up a number of investors to promote the firm’s thin-film technology for solar modules targeted at the BIPV, solar construction and commercial rooftop sectors.
Tuesday 25th January 2011
The pollution control equipment developer has expanded its portfolio by offering complete gas abatement solutions for the semiconductor, LED and solar industries.
Tuesday 25th January 2011
According to ABI Research, the use of gallium nitride technologies and spending in the military are now so global that equipment buyers can come from anywhere.
Friday 21st January 2011
NREL tested the firm’s III-V standard solar cells manufactured in Solar Junction’s California-based facility and confirmed this result.
Thursday 20th January 2011
The firms will work together to bring GaN epi-technology on silicon wafers to a manufacturing scale.
Tuesday 18th January 2011
The Aixtron VP508GFR system proven in similar research projects will be used to grow epitaxial SiC and convert the grown SiC material into mono-layers of Graphene.
Monday 17th January 2011
This confirms the readiness for large-scale deployment of solar farms in the MENA Region. The company's technology, which is designed for use by large-scale solar power plants in hot and arid regions, is claimed to provide the highest efficiency.