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:: First Solar Sets World Record for CdTe Solar PV Efficiency

+ 04.08.2011 + First Solar, Inc. announced it set a new world record for cadmium-telluride (CdTe) photovoltaic (PV) solar cell efficiency, reaching 17.3 percent with a test cell constructed using commercial-scale manufacturing equipment and materials.

:: New publication supports strategic decision making in the thin film market

+ 02.08.2011 + Last week sees EuPD Research publish a new publication titled “PV Thin Film Guidebook 2011“.

:: Number of countries using wind energy is growing rapidly

+ 31.07.2011 + WWEA’s Yearbook Wind Energy International 2011/2012 examines the status of wind energy in almost 100 countries as well as emerging trends around the world.

:: Revolatilization of persistent organic pollutants in the Arctic induced by climate change

+ 30.07.2011 + Persistent organic pollutants (POPs) are organic compounds produced by human activities that are resistant to environmental degradation.

:: New 5 MWp free field plant: abakus Sets a New Benchmark in Great Britain

+ 29.07.2011 + abakus solar installs a new photovoltaic power plant near Swindon in the south west of England. With a capacity of over 4.9 MWp it will be among the largest PV power plants in the UK.

:: Melting ice linked to polar bear cub mortality as moms swim farther

+ 28.07.2011 + Study represents the first empirical research to find a significant, increasing trend in polar bear long-distance swimming.

:: Climate Action: Reducing CO2 emissions from cars through eco-innovation

+ 27.07.2011 + The automotive industry will have a greater incentive to invest in new technologies that reduce CO2 emissions from new cars, under legislation adopted by the European Commission.

:: Renewables 2011 Global Status Report

+ 26.07.2011 + In 2010, renewable energy supplied an estimated 16% of global final energy consumption and delivered close to 20% of global electricity.

:: Japan’s Prime Minister looks to a nuclear-free future

+ 25.07.2011 + In a series of recent reversals from Germany to Italy, Switzerland to Kuwait - where governments and the people have turned their backs on nuclear power - the global nuclear industry must surely and rightly be fearful for its long term future.

:: Donors and governments fail to deliver on East Africa aid effort

+ 24.07.2011 + Oxfam reveals $800 million black hole in aid response to crisis.

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