A new battery sensor can monitor an entire bank of batteries and indicate when the electrolyte levels are low.
Strathcona Energy Group has secured $250 US million in construction financing through 1784 Solar, LLC
U.S. Battery donates eight of its L16 deep cycle batteries that will be used to store solar energy from solar panels mounted on top of the Physics Factory's mobile demonstration vehicle called the Physics Bus.
Solar project originator ClearGrid is set to announce a partnership with a major developer to source sites for community solar across Massachusetts. ClearGrid's data-driven algorithm sources better sites in half the time, taking a huge bite out of soft costs. This new service comes at a perfect time to accelerate the booming community solar market in the Northeast and beyond.
Four engineering students recently took top honors at a student poster session hosted by GEARED (Grid Engineering for Accelerated Renewable Energy Deployment).
PV Energy continues training sessions to enhance local engineering capacity
Lens, RadianGen's internal software platform, is now available to solar professionals
Yesterday (Oct. 19) President Barak Obama announced that 81 of the U.S.'s leading companies have signed onto the American Business Act on Climate pledge. The companies from Alcoa to GE, GM, International Paper, McDonald's, Xerox and a host of other companies from a wide range of industries agreed to reduce emissions, increase low-carbon investments, use more clean energy and take other actions on climate change. The pledge helps align the U.S. to take action in the upcoming international climate discussions in Paris.
A new report shows that renewables are cutting the wholesale price of energy and lessening the impact of subsidies on bill payers.
European clean energy project finance drops to three-year low ---Asia-Pacific investment at all-time high ---Record quarter for project acquisitions
International Building Competition in Irvine, Calif. Promotes Sustainable Home Design
Today (Oct. 19) Assistant Secretary of Energy Dr. David Danielson announced that the team from the Stevens Institute of Technology won the Department of Energy's Solar Decathlon in 2015. Competing in all 10 of the competition's challenges The New Jersey-based Stevens Institute of Technology earned 950.685 points out of a possible 1,000 to win the competition.
Last week 1366 Technologies announced that it will build a commercial solar wafer manufacturing facility in Genesee County New York between Buffalo and Rochester. The project represents a $700 million investment in the region and will create roughly 1,000 jobs in the region.
Seals improve reliability of petrochemical service valves, pumps and rotating equipment.
San Diego-based Baker Electric Solar is pleased to announce the appointment of Kathi McCalligan as its new director of marketing. McCalligan brings more than 20 years of experience in marketing to her position.
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