Baker Electric Solar is Proud Sponsor of San Diego Food Bank Blues Fest

Baker Electric Solar is a proud sponsor of the San Diego Blues Festival Sept. 26 & 27 at the downtown Embarcadero Marina Park North. In its fifth year, the two-day festival benefits the Jacobs & Cushman San Diego Food Bank.

Turboden will supply a 5.5 MW combined heat and power unit to Starwood

Turboden, a group company of Mitsubishi Heavy Industries (MHI), leader in Organic Rankine Cycle (ORC) turbogenerators, for distributed power generation employing renewable sources and waste heat, signed an order with Starwood for a new 5.5 MW cogeneration plant in Bursa, Turkey. The Turboden ORC system will produce 5.5 MW electric and 29.5 MW thermal. The ORC turbine was constructed by the new Turboden Turkish daughter company, Turboden Turkey ORC Turbo Jeneratör Sanayi Anonim Şirketi, recently established in Ankara, and will grant Starwood the access to the local content related additional incentives offered by the Turkish Government for renewable energy generation. Turboden provides Organic Rankine Cycle plants up to 15 MW size for power generation and cogeneration, suitable for biomass-fired distributed power systems.

Our new wave energy generator? It does exactly what it did in the laboratory

Project at FloWave Ocean Energy Research Facility aims to replicate Scotland's seas in all their complexity ---- Initiative aims to de-risk new wave and tidal prototypes, so they can perform 'right first time' when tested full-scale at sea

Siemens creates new sales channel for local onshore wind energy projects

• Siemens banks on sales partners • Focus on proximity to customers - primarily in German onshore market • First sales partnerships include Glücksburg based Nadeva Wind GmbH

Availon records steady growth in Japan

Availon, the leading cross-brand provider of wind turbine generator services, announced today positive developments of its business Japan, a market where they have received an increasing number of orders for main wind turbine generator components.

Lenders put off investing in onshore wind due to UK Government cuts

New research has shown for the first time that recent announcements from Whitehall are having a significant impact on investor confidence and their ability to lend to onshore wind farm developers.

SPI 15 - Next Generation Solar Roofing Products by CertainTeed Energize 2015 Solar Power International

Sept. 15-17 at the Anaheim Convention Center in Anaheim, California

SPI 15 - California firm creates new solar thermal market and IoT heliostat

Earns spot at Solar Power International

MARTIFER SOLAR TRIUMPH connects 32 PV PLANTs IN CANADA

The 32 PV plants achieved Commercial Operation before August 26th and were installed in 32 locations across Toronto for the client Potentia Solar Inc., and have capacity of 4.9 MWp

SolarWorld joins forces with Enphase to develop integrated AC modules

Microinverter-integrated solar panels will provide reliable, fast-to-install, high-efficiency technology breakthrough

Key considerations in energy from waste addressed by industry experts at 8th annual congress

ENERGY FROM WASTE 2015 takes place on 7th & 8th December 2015 at the Holiday Inn Regents Park, London UK

Solar Energy Research Center opens at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory

Designed by SmithGroupJJR, Chu Hall will house world-changing research to foster development of fuels from sunlight

Ferrovial / AMEY provide industry spotlights on the current RDF export market at Energy from Waste 2015

SMi's 8th Annual Energy from Waste conference will be taking place on the 7th - 8th December 2015 at Holiday Inn Regents Park in London, UK.

California's First Commercial Solar Desalination Plant Offering Shares Through DPO

Derek Markham for CleanTechnica:  The company behind what will be California’s first commercial-scale solar desalination plant is issuing $10 million in preferred stock in the venture, through a state-registered direct public offering (DPO) in California.

WaterFX Hydro I, Inc., doing business as HydroRevolution℠, a California subsidiary of WaterFX™, is offering the shares to finance the construction of a fully solar-powered desalination plant in the Central Valley, which is expected to be able to produce up to 1.6 billion gallons (5000 acre-feet) of water per year, with virtually zero liquid discharge. The HydroRevolution℠ process is said to allow for a 90% recovery rate, with the remaining brine being treated further to isolate the salt and mineral byproducts for industrial applications.

Instead of desalinating seawater, as many desalination operations do, this plant will pull water from shallow irrigation water (also called subsurface drainage water) which is produced as a consequence of agriculture, and which has a high salinity content that can be detrimental to freshwater ecosystems. This new plant is a scaled up and expanded version of the company’s demonstration desalination plant.  Cont'd...

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SPI 2015 - EcoFasten Solar Debuts SimpleGrip at Solar Power International booth #6320

Watertight solar roof mount for low-slope roofing

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