Tigo Announces Game-Changing Modularity Feature of its TS4 Platform

The world's first JBox platform to offer customers different functionalities, replacing the traditional JBox.

Grand Opening of 270 MW K2 Wind Power Project, One of Canada's Largest Wind Facilities

Facility generating approximately $15 million in funding for community initiatives over the next 20 years

Bonfiglioli Releases New Generation of Utility Scale Solar PV Inverters For North American Market

Bonfiglioli's utility-scale inverters support intelligent utility-grid integration and management features.

Saft America receives $6.13 million USABC award for lithium-ion stop-start battery technology development

The new Saft contract follows research previously conducted with USABC for 12-volt stop-start battery technology development and an earlier contract to develop lithium-ion battery systems for hybrid electric vehicle applications.

SolarWorld solar panels power Texas electric cooperative's 2.7 MW solar farm

CoServ Solar Station serving as national model for cost-effective solar deployment among utility co-ops

How floating turbines could harness the awesome power of the tides

Ross Jennings for The Conversation:  The world’s tides contain enough energy to power the entire UK’s electricity consumption. And, since it effectively harnesses the moon’s constant and predictable gravitational pull, tidal power overcomes one of renewable energy’s classic problems – the fact you never know quite how much sun, wind or rain to expect. Now, underwater windmills positioned just below the ocean surface could be a major breakthrough for tidal power. Costly technology and inaccessible locations have thus far held things back. Large, heavy and expensive turbines mounted on the seabed have been developed, but these are aimed at commercial scale developments. Tidal power needs its equivalent of the rooftop solar panel. Imagine then a wind turbine, but underwater, and not fixed to the seabed – these so-called “mobile floating turbines” are a cheaper and more adaptable alternative to big, fixed developments. Most floating turbines look something like this:   Cont'd...

"Smart PowerFlow" project aims to demonstrate how batteries can cost-efficiently reinforce low voltage grids for high shares of renewable power

The Reiner Lemoine Institute and SMA Solar Technology AG to investigate the potential of using batteries at the low voltage level to alleviate local grids.

INDIANAPOLIS PLUGGED IN FOR LARGEST ELECTRIC CAR SHARING SERVICE

Indianapolis Car Sharing Service Launches Convenient Point-to-Point Transit

CarCharging Partners with TWS to Offer Energy Storage and Rechargeable Battery Solutions

Largest Electric Vehicle Charging Owner, Operator, and Provider Offers Property Partners with the Opportunity to Reduce Energy Costs

SEIA Applauds Michigan Governor's Commitment to Comply with EPA's Clean Power Plan

Tigo Announces Distribution Partnership with Mexico's Exel Solar to Feature Tigo's TS4 MLPE Platform Exclusively

Exel Solar is the largest PV Wholesaler in Mexico providing installers constant training and support while offering the most innovative products online and financial services in the market.

SPI 2015 - Vishay Intertechnology to Highlight Industry-Leading Components at Solar Power International 2015

Solar Power International (SPI) 2015, being held Sept. 14-17 at the Anaheim Convention Center in Anaheim, California

Expos Reveals Why Electric Grids, Utilities are Not Ready for Clean Power Plans Or A Low-Carbon Future; Calls For Urgently Needed State Regulatory Reforms

Book by industry expert explores the chasm between what electric utilities are incented to do versus what customers, communities, and society want and need

FuelCell Energy Progressing Scalable and Affordable Carbon Capture Solution With $23.7 Million Project

Notice of Selection Under U.S. Department of Energy Program to Capture About 60 Tons Per Day of CO₂ While Simultaneously Producing Approximately 40,000 Kilowatt Hours Per Day of Ultra-Clean Electricity ---Affordable and Scalable Fuel Cell Solution Captures CO₂ While Producing a Revenue Stream From Electricity Generation

SYMBIO FCELL SELECTS CERAMIC MAXPHASE FOR NEW AUTOMOTIVE FUEL CELL

The new fuel cell is expected to be ready for launch in December 2015.

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