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Singapore, July 26, 2016 – Fujitsu Electronics Inc. (FEI) today announced they have signed a distribution agreement with Ambiq Micro Inc. (Austin, TX), a leader in ultra-low power integrated circuits for power-sensitive applications whereby the electronics distributor FEI will market Ambiq Micro Inc.’s Apollo family of ARM Cortex microcontrollers (MUCs) and real-time clocks (RTCs) in Japan, Asia and EU.
Alcatraz proves that highly effective and unique microgrids can still be built under challenging circumstances.
New York energy retailers face more stringent consumer protections to root out unfair business practices.
Rhode Island gives electric customers the power to make informed decisions about their residential and commercial solar systems.
Using sensors and data to manage buildings.
The global climate agreement inked in Paris in December could be a game changer for the solar industry and transform the international power landscape. LYS Energy, a Singapore-based Independent Power Producer, hopes to ride this new sustainability wave by providing solar users with everything they need to make the transition.
If we are able to avoid the worst dangers of a warming planet, we may have India and China to thank for their renewable energy revolution, says Macquarie Graduate School of Management professor John Mathews.
Dependence must be reduced to 40% by 2036.