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Posts tagged “Solar”

Updated November 20, 2012

Premium Lock Semprius to power $2.3M Pentagon solar project

The Durham-based startup has been selected by a Pentagon contractor to supply its solar power modules for a pilot project at Edwards Air Force Base in California.

Semprius' solar panel technology Semprius' solar panel technology

October 11, 2012

Premium Lock NCSU 'nanoflowers,' could be solar power source

Researchers at N.C. State have created flower-like structures from semiconductor material that could be a future source for solar power and future energy storage devices.

A "nanoflower" created by NCSU A "nanoflower" created by NCSU

Updated September 13, 2012

Premium Lock Solar firm Semprius opens Henderson plant Sept. 26

The venture capital-backed startup plans to hire more than 250 employees to work at the production facility over the next several years.

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September 12, 2012

Premium Lock Solar cell manufacturer hires IBM exec as new president

Solar energy     Nanosolar's CEO departs; Karl Steigele takes over as president and COO, a new position.

Tags: Solar, IBM
September 4, 2012

Premium Lock RTI International showcases affordable solar technology

Solar energy     Researchers at RTI International have developed a new solar technology that could make solar energy more affordable.

Tags: RTI, Solar
August 13, 2012

Premium Lock Solar power firm picks N.C. for 305 jobs, U.S. HQ

Solar energy     Schletter, a builder of solar power mounting systems, could receive some $3.5 million in tax incentives and rebates if 305 jobs are created at plant in Shelby.

July 2, 2012

Premium Lock Solar tech firm Semprius secures $8M in loans

Semprius logo Horizon Technology Finance and Silicon Valley Bank team up to offer the Durham-based startup $8 million in a loan facility.

Updated June 25, 2012

Premium Lock NCSU creates 'nanoscale sandwich' for thinner solar cells

The advance in solar cell technology should lead to thinner and less expensive solar panels, NCSU researchers say.

NCSU's "nanosandwich" NCSU's "nanosandwich"

June 19, 2012

Premium Lock Town of Morrisville seeking investors for solar project

Solar energy     A "social finance" model is being offered to investors in which they provide capital to construct the system, take advantage of tax incentives, earn a "fair return" and then can donate the system to the Town.

June 11, 2012

Premium Lock Renewable energy investment hits record $257B

Global investment in renewable energy reached a record of $257 billion last year, with solar attracting more than half the total spending, according to a U.N. report released Monday.

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Updated June 11, 2012

Premium Lock Report: Renewable power boom leaves nations without backup

Nations adding wind and solar power aren't doing enough to ensure their electricity systems can meet demand when renewable-energy output falls short, according to a Bloomberg Industries analysis.

Duke's new wind power farm in Wyoming Duke's new wind power farm in Wyoming

Updated June 6, 2012

Premium Lock PowerSecure acquires part of Southern Energy Management

The Wake Forest utility and energy technology firm pays $4 million, sets up a new subsidiary called Southern Energy Management PowerSecure in which it holds a 90 percent controlling interest.

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May 30, 2012

Premium Lock 'Solar fuels' can reduce reliance on oil, researchers say

In a new paper, a team at the Research Triangle Solar Fuels Institute examine four means of utilizing solar energy to generate power. But they also concede that there currently is "no suitable renewable substitute for oil."

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Updated May 1, 2012

Premium Lock Shine on: Durham solar firm Semprius cracks MIT top 10 tech list

The startup company's leading-edge solar technology "could soon make electricity cheaply enough to compete with power plants fueled by coal and natural gas," says the Massachusetts Institute for Technology in its annual "most important technology milestones" list.

Semprius' solar panel technology Semprius' solar panel technology

Updated April 13, 2012

Premium Lock Capitol Broadcasting builds solar 'farm' at broadcast tower site

solar farm The 1-megawatt solar facility will produce electricty that will in turn be sold to Progress Energy.

Updated February 3, 2012

Premium Lock Raleigh's Convention Center roof soon to be site for a solar farm

The City has leased space on the roof of the massive downtown structure for the construction of solar panels by private firms. They in turn will sell power to Progress Energy.

Raleigh's growing skyline, Civic Center at right Raleigh's growing skyline, Civic Center at right

Updated January 13, 2012

Premium Lock CIA investment arm pours more money into solar tech firm Semprius

The Durham-based firm secures more money from In-Q-Tel and a new investor. Duke Energy Renewables executive is also is named to the firm's board.

The Semprius process The Semprius process

January 12, 2012

Premium Lock Clean energy investment hits record $260B in 2011

Solar energy     U.S. leads the way with solar power investments surging 36 percent. Spending in the U.S. rose by a third to $55.9 billion, surpassing the 1 percent gain in China to $47.4 billion.

December 27, 2011

Premium Lock New dye from NCSU raises solar-cell efficiency

Dye-sensitized solar cell A new "sensitizer" developed at N.C. State University collects more ambient and solar light energy than anything on the market now for use in dye-sensitized solar cells.

December 8, 2011

Premium Lock Buffett invests $2B to cash in on promise of solar power

solar energy "Buffett's investment shows that solar has come of age," a Wall Street analyst says. The end of the grant program "takes away some of the incentive but there will still be viable large scale solar plants."

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