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Solar thermal magazine May 2014 | Page 4 of 34

Solar thermal magazine May 2014 | Page 4 of 34

The “Walk in door” concept reduces potential obstacles caused by the door sills. With a minimum range of 100 km and a top speed of 100 km/h, DELIVER represents an attractive proposition for light commercial vehicles with urban and intra urban applications such as postal, parcel, supermarket and city council service operations.

Solar thermal magazine May 2014 | Page 4 of 34

First Solar, Inc.announced today that it has completed the sale of the 250-megawatt (MW)AC Silver State South Solar Project to a subsidiary of NextEra Energy Resources. The terms of the transaction were not disclosed. Silver State South is located on approximately 3,000 acres of federally managed land in Clark County, Nevada. The project is adjacent to

St1 Biofuels Oy will deliver an Etanolix® plant producing waste-based bioethanol to North European Oil Trade Oy in Gothenburg, Sweden. The Etanolix® plant will produce ethanol for transport fuel, using feedstocks such as biowaste and process residue from local bakeries and bread from shops that is past its sell-by date. The plant currently under construction at the

Solar thermal magazine May 2014 | Page 4 of 34

The Altoona Bus Research and Testing Center under the Larson Institute and sponsored by the Federal Transit Administration (FTA), last week completed the FTA’s “new model bus testing program” of the first 40-foot, all-electric bus. The BYD Electric Bus has successfully completed the Altoona structural integrity testing program in a fast 116 track days *with full reports published soon. This is the world’s first and only

Solar thermal magazine May 2014 | Page 4 of 34

Illinois utility company ComEd, today announced the launch of its new “Student Innovation Challenge”, a contest that tasks college students with creating innovative smart meter related products, services or software apps that will help empower low-income customers to use their home’s smart meter to manage their electric bill and save energy. The Student Innovation Challenge

Solar thermal magazine May 2014 | Page 4 of 34

IKEA, the world’s leading home furnishings retailer, today announced solar energy plans for its Kansas City-area store opening Fall 2014 in Merriam, KS. Pending permits, rooftop panel installation will begin next month, with completion before the store’s opening, making the project the largest rooftop solar array in the State of Kansas. The 92,000-square-foot solar array

Solar thermal magazine May 2014 | Page 4 of 34

Mitsubishi Electric Corporation  announced today that the Energy research Centre of the Netherlands (ECN) has conducted tests to validate and subsequently approve Mitsubishi Electric’s compact wind lidar as complying with European wind measurement standards. The lidar is a remote sensing apparatus that projects a laser beam and then evaluates the reflected light to measure wind

Solar thermal magazine May 2014 | Page 4 of 34

Hydrogen Production – May, 2014 ( Solar Thermal Magazine ) – AREVA, SMART ENERGIES through its subsidiary CETH2, and the ADEME (French Environment and Energy Management Agency) announce the creation of the AREVA H2-Gen joint venture, which aims to manufacture Proton Exchange Membrane (PEM) electrolysers. This technology shall enable hydrogen to be produced from water

Solar thermal magazine May 2014 | Page 4 of 34

New Solar Investment Program – NEW YORK, NY-(Solar Thermal Magazine)–Syncarpha Capital, in partnership with a private family office, has begun a new $250 million solar program and has closed a new tax equity fund with a major U.S. commercial bank.

Solar thermal magazine May 2014 | Page 4 of 34

These two major players in the solar industry have announced a joint venture to build a manufacturing facility in Jiangsu  Province of China. GCL-Poly, the largest polysilicon and wafer manufacturer in the world,  will own 20%  and Canadian Solar, the large Canadian-Chinese solar module producer, will own 80% of the plant which will produce crystalline

Solar thermal magazine May 2014 | Page 4 of 34

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