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Western Wind Cos. Losing Chinese Market Share, But Is a Wind Bubble Forming?

Chinese companies are churning out turbines, but is there a market? General Electric, Vestas Wind Systems, Siemens and other western wind companies saw their combined share of the Chinese green energy market fall from 71 percent in 2005 to 14 percent last year, …

New Quarter, Same Story: Energy Infrastructure Profits Up at General Electric

Yes, this is another picture of windmills. New quarter, same story for General Electric. Profits from energy infrastructure, a category that includes wind turbines, grew by 12 percent over the same period last year while profits fell in almost every other division. While …

March Top Ten Players In Green Energy

Welcome to the March edition of G.E.R.’s Top Ten Players in Green Energy. This month Chevron and its pragmatic green strategy takes the lead. Our ranking looks back over the previous month and takes into account a player’s ability to influence the cleantech …

March Top Ten Players In Green Energy

Welcome to the March edition of G.E.R.’s Top Ten Players in Green Energy. This month Chevron and its pragmatic green strategy takes the lead. Our ranking looks back over the previous month and  takes into account a player’s ability to influence the cleantech …

Will The New Climate Bill Require Developers to Buy American?

A "buy American" provision in new climate legislation could backfire. Will senators crafting a new climate bill attach a “buy American” restriction to projects backed by the U.S. government? A Bloomberg article contemplates that possibility this morning as the fallout from the $1.5 …

UK Set To Land Siemens Wind Turbine Plant

Siemens, the German industrial conglomerate, is reportedly looking to build a wind-turbine manufacturing plant in the United Kingdom. The ?75 million ($112 million) facility could create 700 direct jobs. This is the second such announcement in less than a week.  A few days ago General …

This Week In Green Energy: The Solar Shuffle

Week of:  March 22, 2010 – March 26, 2010 Solar Millennium is not in trouble, its finances are solid and it only hired an auditing firm to dispel ongoing negative market rumors surrounding the German solar company. In essence, that’s what the company’s flacks …

General Electric Makes €340 Million Investment in Europe’s Offshore Wind

GE is betting on its new 4-megawatt wind turbine General Electric announced plans today to invest €340 million ($453 million) to develop and expand its wind turbine operations in the United Kingdom, Norway, Sweden and Germany in its biggest bet to date on …

General Electric Makes ?340 Million Investment in Europe?s Offshore Wind

GE is betting on its new 4-megawatt wind turbine General Electric announced plans today to invest ?340 million ($453 million) to develop and expand its wind turbine operations in the United Kingdom, Norway, Sweden and Germany in its biggest bet to date on …

GE, PrimeStar Solar Team Up to Focus R&D Efforts on Thin Film PV

General Electric is focusing its considerable R&D might on building the most efficient solar modules on the market and announced today it is working with startup PrimeStar Solar Inc., on thin film photovoltaic technology. The cadmium telluride solar cells are being developed at the Arvada, …