SunPower to Build 100-Megawatt Solar Power Plant for NV Energy

Boulder Solar, is expected to create approximately 200 jobs during construction

New Secret Shopper Study of Solar Industry by Velocify Reveals Need to Improve Sales Response Processes

Nearly 40 Percent of Prospects Waited Weeks to Receive a Response to Quote Requests; 19 Percent Never Received a Response

Intersolar North America 2015 concludes with high traffic and high value business deals

Exhibition and conference wraps the 8th annual event in San Francisco, noting growth in energy storage and balance of system segments

Drive Oregon Gathers Key Industry Influencers in Portland to Discuss the Future of Electric Vehicles

EV Roadmap 8 Program focus on Cars, Charging and Community Tracks

Cadmus Support Yields Results for Electric Vehicle Research and Policy

Many states have already begun implementing policies to support the increasing use of EVs.

The Nature Conservancy Installs Bird Safe Wind Power

The Nature Conservancy has completed its first phase of installation of SheerWind's INVELOX funnel-based wind power technology. Because Palmyra is home to a national wildlife refuge and more than a million nesting seabirds, conventional wind turbines were not an option due to the risk of bird strikes. What's more, the low wind speeds on the island would provide little to no energy production with traditional turbines. 
The Conservancy turned to the Minnesota firm SheerWind to design the system resembling an hourglass turned on its side. Extending 83 feet horizontally with a big wind scoop at one end, an exhaust on the other, a Venturi section in the middle increases wind speed potentially three to six times. Nets over the intake and enclosed blades keep it bird friendly. The first phase of the installation includes a single turbine inside the Venturi, allowing for two additional to be installed in the near future. 
The first phase of the INVELOX project is successfully charging batteries at night and on cloudy days to supplement the photovoltaic system also installed on Palmyra. 


Trading partners and potential customers identified

PlugVolt Battery Seminar: October 27-28, 2015, Detroit (USA) - Early Bird Registration Ends 03-Aug-15!

Speaker participation from major industry players includes A123 Systems, Ambri, BASF Battery Materials, Bosch Battery Systems, Boston Power, DTE Energy, Duke Energy, Fiat Chrysler Automobiles, Ford Motor Company, General Motors, Greensmith EMS, Intertek, Johnson Controls, LG Chem, Navigant Research, NEC Energy Solutions, NextEnergy, Nissan North America, Oak Ridge National Labs, Ricardo, Sakti3, Siemens, Solid Power Battery, University of Illinois, University of Michigan, Urban Electric Power, Valeo North America, Voltaiq, Wildcat Discovery, Xalt Energy, Xerion Advanced Battery and more!

Geothermal Heating and Cooling

Geothermal heat pumps are ideal for use in buildings looking to reduce consumption to net zero.

A Proven Approach To The Challenge Of Building A Leak-proof Array

The current suggested guideline by the NRCA (National Roofing Contractor Association) for the installation of a PV system on a steep slope asphalt shingle roof as far as the flashing of the PV system stanchions, shows the metal flange to be applied underneath the roofing paper.

Big commercial solar roofs and farms face major cut in support

Investor confidence to take blow with proposal to end guaranteed level of support through lifetime of large-scale projects ---STA calls for 'bridging strategy' ---Domestic solar on homes not affected by changes

British energy firms turning the tides with Canada

Five British companies are celebrating today after they have received grant funding from the Government's innovation experts at Innovate UK to develop tidal energy projects with Canadian businesses and universities.

UK to Remain Top Offshore Wind Power Market by 2025, with Capacity Exceeding 23 Gigawatts, says GlobalData

UK offshore wind installed capacity to increase more than fivefold from 4.5 Gigawatts (GW) in 2014 to 23.2 GW by 2025 ---Government continues to support offshore wind with contracts for difference, to help lower generation costs in the long term, says analyst

Solar Frontier Accepts Intersolar Project Of The Year Award

The award recognizes landmark projects that exemplify technological innovation, uniqueness, economic feasibility and benefit to the environment and society.

Penn State SOLAR 2015 Conference Highlights Advances, Opportunities in Solar

Professionals, academics and students from across the nation and world will discuss opportunities and developments in the solar industry, including solar science and engineering, energy economics, public policy, education and energy efficient architecture.

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