Being headquartered in the middle of the English countryside has been no handicap to the company’s unerring global expansion.
Latest report from the UN’s climate-change panel says that photovoltaics could deliver up to one-third of global electricity by 2050.
Everybody knows that major cuts to the US defense budget are coming. Diversity will be the key to survival, hears Mike Hatcher.
The first of four Extreme Light Infrastructure projects in Eastern Europe gets the go-ahead, and will be constructed near Prague.
Speaking at Defense, Security and Sensing 2011 in Florida, Regina Dugan urges development of better ways to handle a growing mass of data.
Electronics giant Sharp and solar LED lighting specialist Carmanah Technologies are among the founding members of a new industry group.
Polished and coated hexagonal primary mirror segment for the giant space telescope will eventually be used as a flight spare by NASA.
Concentrated photovoltaic firm gets another vote of confidence in southern California with deal for three more sites.
But the Department of Energy will have to make significant cuts to its energy efficiency and renewable energy program.
US-headquartered company says that interruptions to chip and module manufacturing in Japan will drag down Q4 revenues.
Sony has partially re-opened its semiconductor laser fab, while other photonics companies impacted by the disaster are battling power cuts.
European politicians and bureaucrats should be made increasingly aware of “green” manufacturing techniques, as well as PV and LED applications.