A Comparison of Lead Acid to Lithium-ion in Stationary Storage Applications
04/12/12, Greg Albright, Jake Edie, Said Al-Hallaj, AllCell Technologies LLC
There is currently no single solution that is better than another for all situations, but lithium-ion systems offer better cost of ownership in a number of situations, specifically hot climates, despite the higher initial cost.
Attaining Stability in the California Renewables Market
04/12/12, David Nahai, David Nahai Companies
In pursuing its brave new world of green energy, California will inevitably experience the vicissitudes of its pioneering undertaking – the twists and turns on the road to TLC (transparency, longevity, certainty)
Solar cell therapy: transforming second-rate goods into first-class products
04/12/12, Contributed by, Innotech Solar
Innotech Solar optimizes off-spec cells
Winning the battle of energy savings
04/12/12, JoAnne Castagna, Ed.D., New York District, US Army Corps of Engineers
Two years ago, the New Jersey Army National Guard asked the Army Corps if it could construct a solar power project so they could save energy and money as they had done for them on previous solar power projects.
Addressing the challenge of expiring federal incentives for renewables
04/12/12, Barbara Sands, PA Consulting Group
With the elimination of federal incentives for renewable generation, more than $20 billion may be shifted from the federal level (i.e. all taxpayers) to the customers in states with RPS targets.
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