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NBuzz (April 9, 2007)

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Some optimistic news for the past week in the solar energy space... 
 

Dr. Stephen R. Humphrey, Director of Academic Programs, 
School of Natural Resources and Environment, 
Box 116455, 103 Black Hall, University of Florida 
Gainesville, FL  32611-6455  USA 
Tel. 352-392-9230, Fax 352-392-9748 
http://snre.ufl.edu <http://snre.ufl.edu/>  

 

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NBuzz 
NEWSLETTER 

  WORLD SOLAR ENERGY NEWS 
 
  APRIL 9, 2007 	
TOP 3 NEWS STORIES
1.
First Solar German Project <http://www.solarbuzz.com/News/NewsEUPR327.htm>  
2.
SOLAR Rights Act in US <http://www.solarbuzz.com/News/NewsNAGO325.htm> 
3.
<http://www.solarbuzz.com/News/NewsNATE42.htm> juwi Project "Rote Jahne" <http://www.solarbuzz.com/News/NewsEUPR340.htm>  

  
  
 NBuzz by solarbuzz.com <http://www.solarbuzz.com/index.asp>  
  Projects... 	 	

*	Switzerland: PowerLight to Build 4.8 Megawatt Solar Electric Power Plant in Spain 
*	United States: B-K Lighting Now Powered by the Sun 
*	United States: Largest Petroleum Distributor in Stockton Goes Solar 
*	United States: Pine Point School Unveils 72.6-kilowatt Solar Electric System 
*	Canada: Carmanah Signs Supply Agreement for Solar Bus Shelter Lighting With TriMet, Oregon 
*	United States: Delaware Governor Cuts Ribbon on Solar Project for Poultry Industry 

  Markets... 		

*	Australia: Stalled $75 Million Federal Solar Scheme Raises Ire 

  Manufacturing... 		

*	Germany: Sunfilm AG to Start Thin Film Manufacturing 
*	United States: Spire and KUKA to Provide Large-Scale Robotic Photovoltaic Manufacturing Lines 
*	Germany: Manz Automation and Synova Partner on Photovoltaic Manufacturing Technology 

  Companies... 		

*	United States: Evergreen Solar Extends Module Supply Contract with SunEdison 
*	China: JA Solar and Canadian Solar Sign Solar Cell Supply Agreement 

PROJECTS 		

Geneva, Switzerland: PowerLight to Build 4.8 Megawatt Solar Electric Power Plant in Spain

PowerLight's Swiss subsidiary, PowerLight Systems S.A., has entered into an agreement with Agrupacion Solar Llerena-Badajoz 1, A.I.E. and Solarpack Corporacion Tecnologica, S.L., to design and build a solar electric power plant in Llerena, Spain.

Web Site: http://www.solarbuzz.com/news/NewsEUPR341.htm <http://www.solarbuzz.com/news/NewsEUPR341.htm> 



Madera, CA, USA: B-K Lighting Now Powered by the Sun

B-K Lighting has unveiled their new 116 kilowatt (kW) solar electric system designed and installed by REC Solar, an installer of residential and small commercial solar electric systems. 

Web Site: http://www.solarbuzz.com/news/NewsNAPR770.htm <http://www.solarbuzz.com/news/NewsNAPR770.htm>  


Stockton, CA, USA: Largest Petroleum Distributor in Stockton Goes Solar

Pacific Power Management has completed the design and installation of a 132 kilowatt solar electric system for the Van De Pol Petroleum headquarters in Stockton.

Web Site: http://www.solarbuzz.com/news/NewsNAPR768.htm <http://www.solarbuzz.com/news/NewsNAPR768.htm>  


Rocky Hill, CT, USA: Pine Point School Unveils 72.6-kilowatt Solar Electric System

The Connecticut Clean Energy Fund (CCEF), a ratepayer fund administered by Connecticut Innovations Inc. (CI), this week participated in a dedication event at Pine Point School of Stonington, Connecticut, to celebrate the installation of a 72.6 kilowatt STC solar photovoltaic system. 

Web Site: http://www.solarbuzz.com/news/NewsNAPR767.htm <http://www.solarbuzz.com/news/NewsNAPR767.htm> 


Victorica, BC, Canada: Carmanah Signs Supply Agreement for Solar Bus Shelter Lighting With TriMet, Oregon

Carmanah Technologies has entered a supply agreement with the Tri-County Metropolitan Transportation District of Oregon (TriMet) to provide more than 550 Carmanah i-SHELTER(tm) solar-powered LED bus shelter lighting systems.

Web Site: http://www.solarbuzz.com/news/NewsNAPR765.htm <http://www.solarbuzz.com/news/NewsNAPR765.htm> 


Laurel, DE, USA: Delaware Governor Cuts Ribbon on Solar Project for Poultry Industry 

In a ribbon-cutting ceremony held here yesterday, Delaware Governor Ruth Ann Minner joined a host of dignitaries to officially open a milestone solar electric study at a poultry growout house owned by Allen Family Foods, Inc. World Water & Power Corp., developer of proprietary high-power solar systems designed and engineered the $500,000 photovoltaic installation for Allen.


Web Site: http://www.solarbuzz.com/news/NewsNAPR771.htm <http://www.solarbuzz.com/news/NewsNAPR771.htm> 

MARKETS	  	

Canberra, Australia: Stalled $75 Million Federal Solar Scheme Raises Ire

Multimilion dollar solar power projects across Australia - including in Melbourne and central Victoria - have been left in limbo for the past year by the Federal Government. In 2004 the Government announced it would spend $75 million on a trial Solar Cities program to help more households and businesses install solar energy systems and boost energy efficiency.


Web Site: http://www.theage.com.au/news/national/stalled-75-million-federal-solar-scheme-raises-ire/2007/04/08/1175970943717.html <http://www.theage.com.au/news/national/stalled-75-million-federal-solar-scheme-raises-ire/2007/04/08/1175970943717.html>  

MANUFACTURING	  	

Grossröhrsdorf, Germany: Sunfilm AG to Start Thin Film Manufacturing

Good Energies and Norsun have established Sunfilm AG to manufacture the world's first 5.7m2 tandem thin film photovoltaic modules on glass substrates on a production line supplied by Applied Materials, Inc. 

Web Site: http://www.solarbuzz.com/news/NewsEUMA155.htm <http://www.solarbuzz.com/news/NewsEUMA155.htm> 


Bedford, MA, USA: Spire and KUKA to Provide Large-Scale Robotic Photovoltaic Manufacturing Lines

Manufacturing equipment provider, Spire Corporation has entered into a Teaming Agreement with KUKA Schweissanlagen GmbH, of Augsburg, Federal Republic of Germany, to combine its machine technology to address the growing demand for fully automated large-scale photovoltaic (PV) manufacturing lines. 

Web Site: http://www.solarbuzz.com/news/NewsEUMA154.htm <http://www.solarbuzz.com/news/NewsEUMA154.htm> 


Reutlingen, Germany: Manz Automation and Synova Partner on Photovoltaic Manufacturing Technology

Manz Automation AG, a leading systems and components supplier, and Synova SA, the world pioneer of water jet-guided laser technology, today announced an exclusive technology licensing agreement. 

Web Site: http://www.solarbuzz.com/news/NewsEUMA153.htm <http://www.solarbuzz.com/news/NewsEUMA153.htm> 

COMPANIES	  	

Marlboro, MA, USA: Evergreen Solar Extends Module Supply Contract with SunEdison

Evergreen Solar, a manufacturer of solar power products with its proprietary, low-cost String Ribbon(tm) wafer technology, today announced a major extension of its sales agreement with SunEdison.

Web Site: http://www.solarbuzz.com/news/NewsNACO549.htm <http://www.solarbuzz.com/news/NewsNACO549.htm> 


Jiangsu, China: JA Solar and Canadian Solar Sign Solar Cell Supply Agreement

JA Solar and Canadian Solar today announced a supply agreement valued at approximately US$50 million to US$60 million from April to December 2007. 

Web Site: http://www.solarbuzz.com/news/NewsASCO103.htm <http://www.solarbuzz.com/news/NewsASCO103.htm> 

 Disclaimer	

Please Note: This Newsletter is subject to the same terms and conditions as the Solarbuzz website at www.solarbuzz.com. If you are unable to agree with the terms at http://www.solarbuzz.com/Termsandconditions.htm, you should immediately take yourself off this newsletter. 

Subscribers are responsible for performing their own care and due diligence to review the accuracy of the content of this newsletter and the content of the links to which it refers. If you see a factual error or any copyright issues, please contact us and we will endeavor to resolve. 

To remove yourself from this newsletter, please go to http://register.solarbuzz.com to re-enter your email address and click on the drop down menu for unsubscribe and hit the submit button.	

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