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Posts tagged “Green Energy”

March 24, 2011

Premium Lock Copy of Cree shares plunge 12% after revenue forecast cut

A Cree LR6 downlight  The Durham-based company lowers its quarterly revenue target to between $215-220 million. In January, Cree forecast $245-265 million in revenues while analysts expected $288 million.

Updated March 23, 2011

Premium Lock Cree shares plunge 12% after revenue forecast cut

A Cree LR6 downlight  The Durham-based company lowers its quarterly revenue target to between $215-220 million. In January, Cree forecast $245-265 million in revenues while analysts expected $288 million.

March 22, 2011

Premium Lock IBM acquires 'smart building' software firm Tririga

The Las Vegas-based company provides facility and real estate management software and solutions. The acquisition is IBM's first this year.

A logo for IBM's "smarter planet" A logo for IBM's "smarter planet"

March 21, 2011

Premium Lock Verizon Wireless, Raleigh firm launch 'smart metering' service

Hooking up meter to Consert  Consert and Verizon Wireless have already conducted two trials of the service, including one in Wake County that produced average savings of 19 percent per customer.

March 18, 2011

Premium Lock Tech briefs: Inspire Pharmaceuticals, Dex One, Nexxus Lighting, NC toll road devices

Tech Briefs Inspire offers bonuses; Dex One seeks feedback on executive pay; Lowes to sell Nexxus LED lighting; NC toll roll RFID devices clear tests.

March 11, 2011

Premium Lock Progress Energy picks IBM to spearhead smart grid project

A logo for IBM's "smarter planet" The Raleigh-based utility is receiving $200 million in federal funding to help finance the $520 million project.

Updated March 8, 2011

Premium Lock Power company ABB gives $1.2M to NCSU for engineering research

ABB's NCSU offices Last fall, ABB said it would launch a Smart Grid Center of Excellence and expand its NCSU presence.

Updated February 28, 2011

Premium Lock Florida 'eco-technology' firm picks Morrisville for new HQ, 105 jobs

TyraTech logo TyraTech receives no tax incentives, according to NC governor's office. The company has developed proprietary technology for plant-based pest and parasite products.

February 23, 2011

Premium Lock Raleigh-based Phononic Devices raises $10M in new capital

The startup, which operates at NCSU's Centennial Campus, is focused on thermoelectric semiconductor materials that can turn waste heat into power generation and others that produce cooling.

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February 23, 2011

Premium Lock Atlanta beat: Georgia's 'Saudi Arabia of biomass' dream a bust?

Biofuels  After plant closures and bankruptcies, Georgia's plans to become a center for biomass fuel production are sinking.

February 21, 2011

Premium Lock NCSU, Connecticut labs to give boost to solar product testing

Solar energy     The federal government, which is giving them a financial boost, hopes that having more U.S. testing labs will reduce certification delays and boost interest in solar thermal energy as an alternative to oil, natural gas and electricity.

Updated January 27, 2011

Premium Lock Cree boasts new LED bulb 'banishes' Edison's invention

In announcing a new LED-based bulb that meets Energy Star requirements, the Durham-based company says: "Thank you Mr. Edison, we'll take it from here."

Cree's LED prototype 60-watt bulb replacement Cree's LED prototype 60-watt bulb replacement

January 27, 2011

Premium Lock Cree, NCSU, ABB land $5.15M federal 'smart grid' grant

Smart grid NCSU researchers will focus on development of a substation that doesn't have a transformer and links renewable energy sources directly to power grid.

Updated January 19, 2011

Premium Lock Cree's CEO: 'I remain pretty optimistic, right?'

After what Forbes calls a "rotten" quarter of disappointing financials and expectations lower than Street projections, Cree Chairman and CEO Chuck Swoboda tells analysts Cree is "in a pretty good position."

Cree's Chuck Swoboda Cree's Chuck Swoboda

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