Solar Energy Lab Wins Design Award, Stands Out for Sustainable Materials

BERKELEY, Calif. — AIA East Bay awarded the University of Berkeley’s solar energy lab the Citation Award for its remarkable design in late 2015. Chu Hall, an alternative energy research facility housing more than 100 researchers from the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE), followed Berkeley Lab’s mission of creating “sustainable, carbon-neutral sources of energy” during its design and construction.

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New Energy Technologies Advances SolarWindow Product

COLUMBIA, Md. — On May 12, Columbia-based New Energy Technologies announced researchers have successfully achieved faster fabrication time, improved transparency and a two-fold increase in power conversion efficiency in the product development of the company’s electricity-generating glass windows.

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Development of Electricity-Generating Windows Enters Second Phase

COLUMBIA, Md. — In early March, New Energy Technologies entered into Phase II of its Cooperative Research and Development Agreement (CRADA) with the U.S.

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EnergySage Launches First-of-Its-Kind Solar Shopping Platform

CAMBRIDGE, Mass. — On Feb. 13, EnergySage, a Cambridge-based online marketplace for solar photovoltaic and other clean energy technologies, released its latest product, which the company dubs as the Expedia.com for the solar industry.

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