Reports – Renewable Energy Industry Sees Growing Public Support as Smart Energy Technology Becomes a Viable Option

An investor and industry news portal for the renewable energy sector reports on factors driving the growth of renewables.

As solar technology provides for seamless integration into people’s daily lives, providing cost effective means of improving efficiency without sacrificing aesthetics, the market for renewables has escalated to new heights. Companies that have identified this growth as a viable revenue source include Premier Power Renewable Energy Inc., a leading provider of solar panel sales and installations in Northern California and XsunX, Inc. (OTCBB: XSNX), a developer of a Building Integrated Photovoltaics product called Power Glass™, a solar glaze desirable for placing over glass, plastics, and other see-through structures.

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Emirates Glass, a Dubai Investment subsidiary, has won a major contract to supply 140,000 square meters of its premium glass to the prestigious development on the Palm Jumeirah, reaffirming its already established reputation as the single most prominent company in the entire regional glass industry.The deal was announced during the company's participation in the prestigious Big 5 show, the largest annual venue for the entire Middle-East glass contracting industry.
Isra Vision Systems AG supplier of machine vision systems, has successfully improved its market position in display glass inspection with a major order totalling 1.8 Mio Euro.
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Jain Scientific Glass Works, manufacturers of glassware for laboratories, is importing glass as raw material from China, which was much cheaper than the local product and abundantly available.
The National Lime & Stone Co. will discontinue production of calcined lime early next month at its Carey plant, the company CEO announced Thursday.
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