Chief Technical Partners Announce the Successful COMPLETION of the Department of Energy's (DOE) Fort Collins Renewable and Distributed Systems Integration (RDSI) Project
All RDSI Project Goals Were Met, Setting the Stage for Implementation of the FortZED Zero Energy District
ABB's CPV system, the industry's first sun-to-grid integrated solution, now has sophisticated capabilities for distributed plant management and control
Macro questions facing the concentrated photovoltaic industry are set to be addressed by leading system developers at CPV USA 2012 (15-16 October, San Jose).
Chinese solar companies expect the European Commission to announce within days a formal investigation into their alleged dumping of solar panels in Europe, which could result in heavy tariffs being imposed on them next year. The expected move against the companies, whose share prices have tumbled and whose financial outlook is cloudy due to oversupply and falling solar-equipment prices, would come as they are already fighting clean-energy trade battles on several fronts. Also, China and the European Union are at loggerheads over several other trade rows, including a European plan to punish airlines if they don't comply with an emissions-control program—issues that could have the potential to sour China's readiness to help in financially underpinning Europe's debt-laden economies. European solar-panel makers filed a confidential complaint July 25 with the commission, the EU's executive arm, accusing Chinese solar-panel manufacturers of selling products at below-cost prices in Europe.
SurePath® Solar PPA enables $244,000 in electricity bill savings for the Town of West Hartford
SunLink systems require fewer grounding lugs, save on installation costs.
An independent jury has nominated HOCHTIEF Solutions, Kenersys Europe and SkyWind for the international Windalliance Technology Award.
Fuel Cell Today has released its latest free annual review of the fuel cell industry, reporting continued growth through 2011 and its expectations for further growth in 2012.
Sonali Solar is a PV Module Manufacturer located both in the US and Internationally, that is committed to serving customers of both the commercial and domestic size and always willing to compete and go anywhere for our clients and distributors...
NEA, Firelake Capital, Siemens Venture Capital, and DFJ JAIC Invest $6.5 Million into Company that delivers dual-axis tracking for single-axis pricing.
Futter brings nearly two decades of technical and management experience to his role leading Dow Corning's Solar and Wind Energy Solutions business division.
ESA will be exhibiting its proprietary monitoring system and discussing capabilities for development, EPC, O&M and other turnkey solar solutions at the SPI trade show in Orlando, Fl
In addition to representatives of major Brazilian companies and organizations, the conference ‘The Solar Future: Brazil' will be attended by speakers from China, Canada, the USA and the Netherlands.
CSP Today announced the launch of the CSP Today Global Tracker, the first CSP-specific online source of up-to-date project and plant data. This exciting brand new platform also covers policies, incentives and markets to help CSP companies streamline their business development.
The QBotix Tracking System rethinks two-axis tracking in an effort to bring the cost down to what solar project developers pay for single-axis trackers. Instead of having the hardware to adjust the angle on every solar panel, QBotix engineers created a traveling robot equipped with the motor needed to change the angle. Like a small train, the robot drives along a track a few feet off the ground placed along the edge of solar panels and makes adjustments. It’s designed so that one robot can service 200 panels in 40 minutes, the time it takes the sun to move 10 degrees. The track can be a simple loop or navigate turns and hills, according to QBotix CEO and founder Wasiq Bokhari. A magnet on the robot allows it to locate a panel mount, where it can attach its motors to make the adjustments.
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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.