MANHASSET, N.Y. — Due to slowing growth and falling prices, global mobile-phone market revenue is expected to decline in 2006, and will not recover to the peak level of 2005 until 2009, predicts market research firm iSuppli.

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MANHASSET, N.Y. — Due to slowing growth and falling prices, global mobile-phone market revenue is expected to decline in 2006, and will not recover to the peak level of 2005 until 2009, predicts market research firm iSuppli.

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United Kingdom’s BP plans to double its investment in alternative and renewable energies to create a new low-carbon power business with the growth potential to deliver revenues of around $6 billion a year within the next decade.

Building on BP Solar — which expects to hit revenues of$1 billion in 2008 — BP Alternative Energy will manage an investment program in solar, wind, hydrogen and combined-cycle-gas-turbine (CCGT) power generation, which could amount to $8 billion over the next ten years.

The first phase of investment would total some $1.8 billion over the next three years, spread in broadly equal proportions between solar, wind, hydrogen and CCGT power generation. Investment will be made step by step, and will depend on the nature of opportunities and their profitability.

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BP Alternative Energy will be based in Sunbury, Middlesex and initially employ some 2,500 people around the world. It will be headed by Steve Westwell, reporting to Vivienne Cox, chief executive of BP's Gas, Power & Renewables division.

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Nov. 28, 2005

Amid a shortage of materials in the market, Evergreen Solar Inc., Q-Cells AG and Renewable Energy Corp. ASA (REC) announced a partnership in the solar cell and materials business.

LONDON — ZBD Displays Ltd., a company formed to commercialize zenithal bistable liquid crystal display technology in 2000, has received an additional £497,000 (about $880,000), from Prelude Trust plc as the first part of a £2.7 million (about $4.8 million) funding round. Prelude said.

Prelude said it would invest a further £428,432 (about $760,000) in March 2006 to take its shareholding to 33 percent. Prelude’s co-investors in the funding round are Qinetiq Ventures, The Dow Chemical Company and TTP Ventures. At the conclusion of the round ZBD (Malvern, England) will have raised over £10.4 million (about $18.4 million).

The latest cash injection would be used to fund an increase in production capabilities in China, a manufacturing cost reduction program and further application development. ZBD has used Hong Kong-based Varitronix Ltd. as a manufacturing partner for the supermarket shelf-edge price signage products in the past.

ZBD was one of the first spin-outs from the Defence Evaluation and Research Agency, now Qinetiq, in July 2000. Because its technology is bi-stable it only requires power to update the display content. Stores and supermarkets are employing the displays to allow the adoption of dynamic pricing, Prelude said.

We have now begun to roll-out an integrated solution providing electronic paper labels for the retail market, which are now in Tesco’s store of the future in Leicester and also in John Lewis Partnership’s flagship London store in Chelsea,” said Colin Garrett, ZBD chairman, in a statement issued by Prelude.

The Modeo announcement on Wednesday (Jan. 4) omitted any carrier agreements, which came as a surprise to industry observers. Modeo President Michael Schueppert downplayed Crown Castle’s current dearth of collaborators by noting, We are moving along. You can expect a steady stream of announcements from us throughout 2006.”

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