JinkoSolar Supplies 49.8 MW of PV Modules for Mexico's Largest PV Plant

The solar PV plant ("Durango TAI") is the first PV solar plant in Mexico to be connected to the National Power System.

Pattern Energy's 200 MW Logan's Gap Wind Facility in Texas Starts Operation

Walmart to purchase majority of power at Pattern Energy's fourth operational wind facility in Texas

Ballard Inks $6M Deal in China For First Global Deployment of Fuel Cell-Powered Trams

The agreements include 2016 delivery of ten (10) customized FCvelocity® modules and the agreements have an initial value expected to be approximately $6 million.

Ballard Lands $17M Deal For Deployment of ~300 Fuel Cell Buses in China

• Largest ever global deployment of fuel cell buses • Deal includes deployment of new 30kW & 60kW power modules • Localization of module assembly, with recurring royalties

Morgan Advanced Materials offers world leading portfolio of silicon carbide materials for sliding bearings and seal faces for abrasive applications

The Seals and Bearings business of Morgan Advanced Materials manufactures the world's leading portfolio of silicon carbide (SiC) materials, from siliconized graphite to graphite-loaded silicon carbide hybrids. Morgan offers a range of materials ideal for abrasive applications in the oil and gas, chemical processing, and automotive industries. The materials include the original siliconized graphite, plus both monolithic and graphite-loaded versions of reaction bonded and self-sintered SiC.

Researchers develop cool way to improve solar cell efficiency

By Kelly Hodgkins for Digital Trends:    A team of engineers from Stanford University have invented a cool way to improve the performance of solar panel arrays. A new material that the team produced literally will lower the temperature of solar cells even while they are operating in full-strength sunlight. As the solar cells cool, their efficiency will rise, leading to significant gains in the amount of energy harvested from the sun. Solar panel technology has improved by leaps and bounds, but the technology has a flaw that limits the efficiency of the system. The panels must face the sun to operate, but the heat from this exposure diminishes their ability to convert light into energy. The hotter they get, the less efficient they become. This issue has perplexed the industry for years, but the Stanford team may have discovered a material that can help dissipate this excess heat without affecting the operation of the solar array. The solution, proposed by Stanford electrical engineering professor Shanhui Fan, research associate Aaswath P. Raman, and doctoral candidate Linxiao Zhu, uses a material that is able to capture and emit thermal radiation (heat) away from the solar call. While deterring heat buildup, the thin, patterned silica material does not block sunlight, allowing the photons to enter the solar panel where they are converted to energy. It’s a win-win situation, allowing the free flow of sunlight and the removal of excess heat from the system.   Cont'd...

Installed Energy Storage Enabling Technology Revenue is Expected to Reach $21.5 Billion Annually by 2024, According to Navigant Research

Software and controls for energy storage systems are expected to be a key driver for the overall market, report finds

SC15 Releases Video on How Berkeley Lab's Electrolyte Genome Project Could Be Battery Game-Changer

The Electrolyte Genome offers two other significant advantages to battery scientists.

Energy Storage North America 2015 Releases Full Conference Program

Industry-Leading Event Features More Than 40 Sessions With 150+ Expert Speakers And A Sold Out Expo Floor

Germany drives demand for renewable electricity in Europe

The European demand for renewable electricity documented by Guarantees of Origin now constitute more than 10% of all electricity consumption in Europe.

GOVERNOR CUOMO ANNOUNCES $175 MILLION IN AWARDS FOR FIVE NEW CLEAN ENERGY PROJECTS

Wind, Biogas-to-Power, Fuel Cell and Hydroelectric Large Scale Renewable Projects to Add Clean Energy to State's Electric Grid

UGE, JLL and Blue Sky Plan to Bring Solar to Rooftops Across China

Offering affordable and sustainable solar energy through the use of power purchase agreements (PPA).

SolarWindow to Broaden Market Reach with Expanded Product Line for Generating Electricity on Glass

Latest SolarWindow products to turn existing commercial glass on tall towers into electricity generating windows -- no replacement required.

SolarMax Technology Endorses SEIA's New Business Code for the Solar Industry

Solar Energy Industries Association Sets the Standard for Transparency and Integrity for Nearly 200,000 Workers in the Solar Industry

Ballard To Launch New Complementary Fuel Cell Power Module Configurations in 2016

Ballard Power Systems today announced that it is currently developing, and plans to launch, two new configurations of its FCvelocity®-HD7 fuel cell module in 2016. The two new module configurations will expand Ballard's product portfolio and provide customers with increased flexibility to address a range of emerging power needs in heavy-duty transit applications, such as buses.

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