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WTI Falls for Third Time in Four Days on World Bank Cuts that Middle Eastern exports may be disrupted by political unrest.

West Texas Intermediate crude fell for the third time in four days as speculation that fuel demand will decline outweighed concern that Middle Eastern exports may be disrupted by political unrest.
Futures slid as much as 0.9 percent after the World Bank yesterday cut its forecast for global… Canada, Commodities, Energy Industry, energy markets, Germany, global economic growth, Middle East, West Texas Intermediate crude fell, World Bank Cuts

Maxwell Technologies, Soitec Join Forces To Demonstrate Benefits Of Integrating Energy Storage With Concentrating Photovoltaic (CPV)

Maxwell Technologies, Inc. (Nasdaq: MXWL) and Soitec (Euronext Paris ) today Announced That They Will Collaborate on a California Energy Commission-funded, two-phase program to Demonstrate the cost and efficiency benefits of combining an energy storage system with Soitec’s Concentrix… California Energy Commission, concentrator photovoltaic systems (CPV), CPV system, energy storage system, France, Germany, Maxwell Technologies, Singapore, solar power plant in Southern California, United States

Enercon opens new wind turbine factory Building a high-tech rotor blade factory on greenfield

Operations at the new rotor blade factory for Enercon’s E-101/3 MW series started up in record time. Construction of the approximately 26,600 m² production facility started in summer 2011 and test operations began just slightly over a year later. In the  meantime, Aero Ems GmbH is now… Enercon, Germany, Wind energy

Germany sets new solar power record European Energy Exchange (EEX),

German solar energy plants produced a world record 22 gigawatts of electricity per hour – equal to 20 nuclear power plants at full capacity – through the midday hours on Friday and Saturday, the head of a renewable energy think tank said.
The German government decided to abandon nuclear… European Energy Exchange (EEX), Fukushima nuclear disaster, Germany, Germany new solar power record, photovoltaic, PV solar energy, Solar Power

India releases draft offshore wind energy policy national offshore wind energy policy for 2013

India‘s Ministry of New and Renewable Energy has released a draft national offshore wind energy policy for 2013.
The draft policy was written with input from a steering committee on offshore wind energy. According to the draft, onshore wind energy has reached a stage of deployment… Belgium, Denmark, Finland, Germany, India energy policy, India wind energy policy, India’s Ministry of New and Renewable Energy, Norway, sweden, The Netherlands, U.K., wind market

WTI Falls a Fifth Day Before OPEC Meets as United Arab Emirates U.A.E. Sees Weakness

West Texas Intermediate crude fell a fifth day, the longest run of declines this year, as the United Arab Emirates said global demand will stay “relatively weak.” OPEC is forecast to keep its supply target unchanged on May 31.
Futures slid as much as 1 percent in New York after capping a… Africa, Asia, Australia & New Zealand, China, Commodities, Eastern Europe, Energy Industry, energy markets, Germany, India & Pakistan, Middle East, United Arab Emirates

Li Tells Germany China Targets 7% Growth for Decade: Economy confronted by “huge challenges”

Chinese Premier Li Keqiang told German business leaders his country is confronted by “huge challenges” as it seeks 7 percent annual growth this decade, down from more than 10 percent in the previous 10 years.
China needs growth of about 7 percent to double per capita gross domestic… China, Commodities, Economy, Energy Industry, Europe, German business leaders, Germany

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