Registration Opens for 5th Annual NABCEP Continuing Education

2016 Continuing Education Conference will be held at Paradise Point Resort and Spa in San Diego, CA from April 4-6.

UofL's renewable energy prize goes to Harvard chemist Daniel Nocera

Nominations for 2017 Leigh Ann Conn Prize due by Dec. 31, 2016

New Mandate Turns California into Largest US Market for Zero Emission Vehicles

Expansion of charging infrastructure will be the single largest factor influencing ZEV adoption, finds Frost & Sullivan

Mercedes Is Proposing A Novel Solution To Meet Energy Storage Demand

By Michael McDonald for OilPrice.com :  Ever since Tesla announced its PowerWall battery project earlier this year, interest in stationary storage and battery technology in general has been explosive. Now, Mercedes Benz has put together an interesting project built around recycled batteries that might help drive even more interest in grid scale utility storage and help to blend the consumer and commercial markets for batteries. Under Mercedes’ new project, a consortium of companies is going to create the world’s largest grid storage facility using used batteries in Lunen, Germany. The project will have the capacity to store 13 megawatts of power (enough to meet the demand of 130,000 homes) based on reusing automotive batteries. The basic premise is that when the battery from an electric vehicle or a plug-in hybrid vehicle is no longer reliable enough to start a car, it still has up to 80% of its original storage capacity remaining. As a result, a large series of these batteries can be connected to store energy from renewable sources like solar and wind power.   Cont'd...

Toronto Hydro to test world's first underwater energy storage system

Dario Balca , CTV Toronto:  Toronto Hydro has announced it will launch the world’s first-ever underwater energy storage system in Lake Ontario. The utility has partnered with Hydrostor Inc., a company that specializes in innovative energy storage systems, for a two-year-pilot project intended to create a backup for the city’s electricity grid big enough to power approximately 350 homes. "We're very excited to see this new technology in action,” said Toronto Hydro CEO Anthony Haines. “Toronto Hydro has been very busy exploring new ways to power our grid, and I think this is the most creative project we've been involved in so far. Supporting innovative solutions for Toronto's power needs will continue to be a focus for our organization." The system works by taking electrical energy and converting it into compressed air so that it can be stored under water in large, balloon-like structures. The storage facility will be located three kilometres off the southern tip of the Toronto Island and 55 metres under water. When the city’s electricity grid needs power, crews will open a valve that lets the pressurized air out. The air is then converted back into electricity and fed into the grid.   Cont'd...

Siemens software controller maximizes performance and usability

Offers all advantages of Simatic S7-1500 standard controller ----Delivers maximum 24/7 availability ----Ideal for high performance machine requirements

Finally Cellulosic Ethanol Cheaper to Make and Build Than Traditional Ethanol and Gasoline

Alliance BioEnergy's CTS Fuel is Proving to Cost Remarkably Less to Build and Operate Compared to Other Cellulosic Ethanol Technologies and Traditional Corn Ethanol Plants

Replacing fossil with fossil makes little sense, comments solar industry

Last month green energy utility Good Energy published a report showing that solar and wind are already helping to reduce wholesale electricity costs.

BioSolar Prototype Demonstrates Clear Path to High Capacity, Low Cost Lithium-Ion Battery

Company completes first phase of development with encouraging data suggesting its Super Cathode technology can achieve significantly higher capacity with costs below $100/kWh

Study - The Future of Renewable Energy Usage

The term Energiewende, literally translated to English as "energy turnaround," is the name given to the combined set of intentions and policy prescriptions that have been developed at the federal level to shift Germany to an energy portfolio dominated by renewable sources, energy efficiency and sustainable development.

CMT's Annual Biomass & BioEnergy Asia on 26-28 Jan, in Bangkok

CMT's annual two-track summit incorporating - 'Biomass Supply Chain' and 'Biofuels World Asia' - traces Asia's biomass feedstock market trends and the progress in use of biofuels in road transport and aviation.

WINAICO modules pass 5000 Pa DML test to withstand strong winds greater than level 17

WINAICO's high efficiency WST-260P6 modules pass 5000 Pa DML tests, performed by leading research institute ITRI, to prove the module reliability against strong winds greater than level 17 on the Beaufort scale

ReneSola America President Jessica Super Wins Bronze Stevie® Award for Women in Business

Prestigious business award presented to leader in LED lighting and energy efficient products

Innovative energy storage project to be unveiled by Ryerson, eCamion

GREG KEENAN - The Globe and Mail:  Ryerson University in Toronto and a high-tech startup company called eCamion Inc. will unveil a pilot project Wednesday that allows energy to be stored in a unit that sits on hydro poles. An eCamion storage unit combined with a smart controller developed by Ryerson researchers and students will enable utilities such as Toronto Hydro to store power, integrate more renewable power and improve the reliability of the system, the company and Ryerson say. The unit uses lithium-ion batteries that charge during off-peak hours of hydro usage and discharge during peak hours. One of the benefits if the storage devices win widespread adoption is better availability of power for recharging electric vehicles, said Hari Subramanian, eCamion’s chief executive officer. “These are the enabling technologies you need for electric vehicles to really have an uptake,” Mr. Subramanian said. In many areas, the current hydro infrastructure could not handle the demand if several electric vehicles in a small section of a city were being recharged at the same time, he said. The storage device allows utilities to “flex their grid” to meet varying demands at various times, he said.   Cont'd...

In 2016 Solar Will Boom, but will it Bust in 2017?

A new report out today (Nov. 9) by analytics firm IHS anticipates that solar photovoltaic (PV) sales will grow strongly through the first half of 2016 growing to 65.5 gigawatts of new solar power world wide. But the incentives that have helped fuel its growth will subside in 2017, which could slow solar growth down in the second half of 2016.

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