PV *SOL® Expert, the dynamic simulation program with 3D visualization and detailed shading analysis of PV systems from the Berlin company Valentin Software, is available from the end of February in version 6.0 with the additional working area "cable plan"
Transparent solar panels — think about it for a moment: Sheets of transparent glass or plastic film that also generate electricity. It’s almost the perfect solution for all our energy needs, generating free power from every available surface, window, and computer display. The concept of transparent solar panels isn’t new, of course, but it now looks like they’re finally finding their way to market: Ubiquitous Energy, a startup that was spun off from MIT last year, is developing a technology and patent portfolio and hopes to bring affordable transparent solar panels to market soon. At this point, you might be wondering how transparent solar cells actually work — after all, if it’s transparent, how can it absorb light energy? The simple answer is that light energy comes in many frequencies (colors), but as far as we humans are concerned, it is only the visible wavelengths — from blue, through green and yellow, to red — that really matter. The Sun, however, pumps out a huge amount of infrared light, and some ultraviolet light — both of which are invisible to the human eye, but which can also generate large amounts of electricity if captured by a solar cell. Full Article:
Researchers at CSP Today have completed work on a guide focused on CSP's current and potential future role in the US Energy Mix.
CSP Today is proud to announce the launch of CSP Today LATAM taking place on the 17-18 July in Antofagasta, Chile
On-line courses in the Sustainability Education series can be used by LEED Professionals towards receiving credits for USGBC/LEED 3.0 and 4.0 projects. Clients can gain points for using these courses for INTERNAL TRAINING OF THE COMPANIES/OCCUPANTS. For USGBC's LEED® rating professionals, the courses can be reported by LEED® professionals for "general" CEU's. A designated certificate of achievement will be awarded as "GLP" a "Green Leadership Professional, once a Professional completes all 50 courses.
Read this Green Article: ABSTRACT In recent years, injection of renewable energy such as solar power into the power grid is increasing. However, inclusion of large-scale intermittent-type renewable energy requires better man....
NanoLight launches KickStarter campaign to hit the market with environmentally friendly bulb.
NewPower™ Responds To Power Grid Threats With Innovative Emergency Power System Anchored by the Sun.
Comprehensive solar power system uses latest battery technology and a stand-by generator for "triple-redundant" power security that never fails.
Software provider Vela Solaris launched version 6 of the simulation software Polysun. Not only did Polysun 6 get a facelift; it comes with new features that ease the daily work of solar system planners. The new PV Rooftop Planner, the insightful Simulation Analysis tool and more innovations.
Intelligent Energy and Suzuki Motor Corporation Announce Completion of Ready-to-Scale Fuel Cell Production Line in Japan
Joint Venture celebrates first anniversary with Air Cooled Fuel Cell engine production plant
Organization working with industry to reduce soft costs and scale adoption of solar PV
Enphase Energy Celebrates 902kW Solar Project at Strain Ranches North State Solar Energy Installs Microinverters That Will Power Drying and Storage of More Than 50,000 Tons of California Rice
Automation, Transparency Transform Solar Photovoltaic Shopping for Homeowners, Businesses and Non-profits
California PV Power Plant to Reach 230 MW When Completed This Year
Infocast Presents Solar Power Finance & Investment Summit, Leading Industry Networking Hub this March
Meet and Network with Key Dealmakers in the Solar Development and Financial Communities
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Solar & Wind - Featured Product
Professional weather sensors form the heart of large solar plants supporting their operation and performance. Lufft was the first manufacturer to combine several sensors in one housing, bringing the largest multiparameter weather sensor family with 19 members into being. Many of them are well-suited for solar site assessment and continuous monitoring. The most commonly used one is the WS600 delivering data on temperature, air pressure, wind, relative humidity and precipitation. Through its open protocol, it can easily be attached to radiation sensors e.g. from Kipp&Zonen. Other models have an integrated Silicon, Second Class or Secondary Standard radiation sensor.