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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

Oil rises on book squaring, but posts big weekly drop long holiday weekend in the United States,

Brent oil prices crept higher on Friday, as traders exited short positions ahead of a long holiday weekend in the United States, but the weekly percentage drop was still the biggest in more than a month. Both Brent and US crude ended the week 2 percent lower, as investors sold due to high… long holiday, Oil rises on book, United States

GDF Suez reveals huge US LNG deal with Japanese firms the construction of a huge liquefied natural gas factory in the United States,

French energy group GDF Suez has signed a joint-venture with US firm Sempra Energy and Japanese groups Mitsubishi and Mitsui relating to the construction of a huge liquefied natural gas factory in the United States, it said on Friday.
The deputy managing director responsible for gas operations… GDF Suez, Japanese firms, liquefied natural gas factory, United States, US LNG

Placing wind farms offshore doesn’t deter opposition face opposition from NIMBY

Offshore wind projects, though they are environmentally friendly and create electricity through wind, still face opposition from NIMBY (not in my backyard) groups. Many offshore wind projects have and still are facing opposition today.

Cape Wind
Cape Wind was the first offshore wind project in… Electricity, Jobs, Ocean, Ocean Energy, Offshore, Saving, United States, Wind, Wind Associates, wind projects, Wind’s Final Environmental

Brent crude tops $104 on prospects for strong US demand world’s top oil consumer

Brent crude rose more than $1 to surpass $104 a barrel on Friday, for a second day of gains, after better-than-expected job growth in the United States raised the prospect of stronger demand in the world’s top oil consumer. US employment rose more than expected in April, pushing the… Brent crude, United States, world’s top oil consumer

Duke Energy profit below expectations; power demand weak largest power provider in the United States,

Duke Energy Corp, the largest power provider in the United States, reported a lower-than-expected quarterly profit on Friday, citing weak electricity demand and higher costs at two key units. The company, which uses coal, natural gas and nuclear plants to generate electricity, has had weak power… Duke Energy, Duke Energy Corp, generate electricity, largest power provider, natural gas and nuclear plants, power demand weak, United States

ACI’s event on Renewable Energy Storage Symposium Future Planning and Strategic Execution of Critical Renewable Energy Storage Projects and Applications in the United States

San Diego, California

Released: May 2, 2013
Media Contacts:
Steve Eck
1-312.780.0700 Ext. 163
Josh Lindsey
1-312.780.0700 Ext. 224
Wednesday, June 12-Friday, June 14, 2013
San Diego, California

While it is absolutely essential that we continue… ACI’s event, Active Communications International (ACI), applications, Critical Renewable Energy Storage Projects, Renewable Energy Storage, Strategic Execution, Symposium Future Planning, United States

Climate Change Is in the Air became reality for the United States

Last year climate change became reality for the United States. New York City flooded, a historic drought blanketed the Midwest, and we saw one of the worst fire seasons ever recorded. By July, the U.S. had shattered over 40,000 daily heat records.
The question now is whether last year’s… carbon disclosure project, Cleantech, Climate, climate change policy, Energy and Economy, Energy Security, Environment, Green Military Technology, New York City, Renewables, United States

Sanctions in Iran have had an impact on its nuclear stance compromise in nuclear negotiations since

The Iranian government has looked more willing to compromise in nuclear negotiations since the threat of an oil embargo
The Iranian government has claimed on numerous occasions that sanctions can’t influence its nuclear policies and will not do so in the future. However, its own… China, France, Germany, nuclear negotiations since, oil embargo, Russia, United Kingdom, United States

Brent falls under $100 for first time since July 2012 extending losses triggered by data from China and the United States

Brent crude fell below $100 a barrel for the first time in nine months in heavy trading on Tuesday, extending losses triggered by data from China and the United States that suggested little growth in global oil demand. Both Brent and US crude pared losses in afternoon trading after each fell… Brent falls, China, data from, extending losses, LLC in Chicago, low prices, United States

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