Posts Tagged ‘ future ’

Leopoldina issues a critical statement on the use of bioenergy

Aug 2nd, 2012 | By
"Bioenergy - chances and limits"

German National Academy of Sciences Leopoldina states: “in quantitative terms, bioenergy plays a minor role in the transition to renewable, sustainable energy sources in Germany at the present time and probably in the future. Bioenergy requires more surface area, is associated with higher greenhouse gas emissions and is more harmful to the environment than other renewable sources such as photovoltaic, solar thermal energy and wind energy.”



Prospects for the Solar Future Belgium II – Interview with Edwin Koot

Mar 19th, 2012 | By
Solar Future - SOLARPLAZA Steve Koot

In 2010, Belgium was one of the 10 largest PV markets in the world. In 2011, compensations for certificates were substantially reduced. Solar Efficiency for the Future asked Edwin Koot, CEO of SOLARPLAZA, if the market can and will grow any further in 2012 and the following years? What will the Belgian and international market and industry look like for the following years?



Solar Future in Belgium

Mar 8th, 2012 | By
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In expectation of the most important conference for the Belgian photovoltaic market The Solar Future: Belgium 2012 which will take place at the end of march in Brussels. Peter J. Segaar analyzed for Solarplaza the last years (www.solarplaza.com). In his overview he pointed out that 2011 Belgium’s PV market beat the previous record year 2009.



Outlook: More efficiency and better performance for tomorrow’s solar market

Feb 9th, 2012 | By

What about the pv-market of tomorrow? Today we discuss the dark side: market consolidation, bankruptcies, solar trade war etc., but some companies move forward with innovations. Read the news Eric Wesoff picked up on solar firms …. www.greentechmedia.com/articles/read/solar-firms-setting-new-records-in-efficiency-and-performance/