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[20/11/2014] Phoenix Solar Inc., the San Ramon, California based subsidiary of Phoenix Solar AG, a leading international photovoltaic system integrator listed in Prime Standard of the Frankfurt Stock Exchange, today announced the appointment of Shawn Mangan as new Vice President Sales and Kevin Hennessy as new Vice President Operations. Phoenix Solar Inc. Appoints Vice Presidents of Sales and Operations - Read more
[19/11/2014] The number of visitors at Neptun’s stand during the recent exhibition glasstec 2014 was higher than expected, especially from Eastern Europe, North Africa, Australia and Brazil. The surprise comes from the fact that these are areas on which series geopolitical or economic tensions are weighing and, more generally, by the fact that the signs of recovery in the world are still not very clear.glasstec confirms the success of Quick - Read more
[18/11/2014] Vetropack Group offers the perfect glass packaging for every beer and to suit every taste. It produces just under two billion bottles to be filled with beer and released onto the market, and around one third of these are special custom-made models.The bottles designed and developed for a specific brand of beer are characterised by their unique features and distinctive design. Beer - a taste sensation, tastefully packaged - Read more
[18/11/2014] Canadian Solar Inc., one of the world's largest solar power companies, yesterday announced that Sunrun, one of the largest dedicated residential solar companies in the United States, approved Canadian Solar as its qualified vendor. Canadian Solar Achieves PV Module Qualification with Sunrun - Read more
[18/11/2014] The international technology group SCHOTT is involved in the Rosetta mission on exploring Comet Tschuri (67P/Tschurjumow-Gerasimenko). The company supplied specialty glass that delivers spectacular images of the comet inside the panorama camera.Glass from SCHOTT delivers brilliant extraterrestrial images of Comet Tschuri - Read more
[18/11/2014] Hanwha Q CELLS, the largest European photovoltaics provider, banks on self-consumption of PV electricity for its headquarters in Germany. The company has put a 500 kilowatt PV system into operation on the rooftop of its own car park. The plant comprising of about 2,000 Q CELLS modules will produce around 9,44 gigawatt hours and save around 5,000 tons CO2 emissions over a period of 20 years. Hanwha Q CELLS “Prosumes” its Own Clean Electricity - Read more