IN THE NEWS

 
Eyefreight Enter Latin America with Expansion into Brazil
Eyefreight - April 16th 2014
 
Eyefreight Selected as One of the Fastest Growing Young Tech Companies in the European Tech5
Eyefreight - April 14th, 2014
 
Renewable Energy Trust Capital Inc. Announces $125 Million Funding
Renewable Energy Trust - March 10th, 2014
 
Transportation Management Technology Provider Eyefreight Secures €9 million/US$11.8 Million in Funding
Eyefreight - January 6th, 2014
 
Alion Energy in New York Times: Putting Robots to Work in Solar Energy
New York Times - October 2013
 
Eyefreight Appoints New Chairman of the Board and Chief Executive Officer
Eyefreight Press Release - May 2013
 
kWhOURS Achieves Close of First Tranche of Funding Round
GCC Announcement: February 2013
 
Utility Week Magazine: Light in the Dark
ESU in Utility Week Magazine - March 2012
 
GreenStart Tightens Focus
kWhOURS in TechCrunch - February 15th, 2012
 
ESU Completes Sale of 3.7MW Installations Beating UK FiT
ESU in PV Tech Magazine - February 2012
 
Managing Climate Change – Demand for solar power heats up as prices fall; Renewable energy
Europe Solar Utility in Financial Times - November 2011
 
kW-Field to be used to audit 5.3M sqft of VA Hospitals
kWhOURS Press Release - Sept 21, 2011
 
Thames Water Signs U.K. Solar Deal as Subsidy Deadline Hits
Europe Solar Utility in Bloomberg News - August 2, 2011
 
InterfaceFLOR Tracks Carbon with Eyefreight
Eyefreight Press Release - July 2011
 
Paul Kloppenborg Interview
Global Cleantech Capital in Solar Magazine - December 2010
 
Using Automation To Make Energy Efficiency Efficient
kWhOURS in MIT Entrepreneurship Review - June 28, 2010
 
kWhOURS Launches Time and Cost Reducing Commercial Energy Audit Tool kW-Field
kWhOURS Press Release - June 15, 2010
 
"If module prices were more expensive, feed-in tariffs would have to be higher and some countries would say it's not sustainable and remove them."
Patrick Charignon, CEO, Europe Solar Utility, Financial Times, November 28, 2011.
 
"The fact that the Chinese are providing so many cheap modules to Europe at an ever decreasing price is beneficial to the industry."
Patrick Charignon, CEO, Europe Solar Utility, Financial Times, November 28, 2011.
 
"The vast majority of the modules installed in Europe to make solar stations come from China, so a significant chunk of European subsidies is flowing back to China."
Patrick Charignon, CEO, Europe Solar Utility, Financial Times, November 28, 2011.