International Event address Moringa Biofuel Development

3rd Global Moringa Meet planned in India aim to provide interested parties with knowledge and information related to development of sustainable biodiesel industry. The Advanced Biofuel Center(ABC) is hosting the 2 days international Training Programme in Jaipur, India Nov. 21-22.

Renewable Energy Starts to Makes Fossil Fuel More Expensive

A new report out from Bloomberg New Energy Finance (BNEF) found an interesting side effect of increased wind and solar power use-fossil fuel prices are rising.

InvestMidwest Now Accepting Applications for March 2016 Forum in St. Louis

High-Growth Food/Ag/Bioenergy Startups Encouraged to Apply by Nov. 13

Littoral Power Systems Inc. Receives U.S. Department of Energy Award to Advance Low Environmental Impact Hydropower Technologies

Littoral Power Systems Inc. (LPS), a renewable power technology developer based in New Bedford, Massachusetts, was selected to receive an award from the U.S. Department of Energy, Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy (EERE). The EERE funding opportunity was established under the EERE's Water Power Program through the Wind and Water Technologies Office to help advance hydropower research and design techniques. A total of $6.5 million was awarded to seven different organizations.

Turboden provides the world largest ORC-based biomass power plants in North America

West Fraser's 2x13 MW biomass power plants operating commercially since beginning of 2015. Maine Wood Pellet's 8 MW power unit to start up early in 2016 in the United States.

Cloaking Principle Could Boost Solar Cell Performance

Invisibility cloaking may be a long way from reality, but the principle could help improve the performance of solar cells in the near term.  In a series of simulations, researchers at the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology have demonstrated how cloaks made of metamaterials or freeform surfaces could eliminate shadows cast by energy-harvesting components onto the active surfaces of solar cells.  Contact fingers, which extract electric current, cover up to one-tenth of the surface area of a solar cell. By guiding light around these features, more of the sun's energy could be captured by the solar cell.  "Our model experiments have shown that the cloak layer makes the contact fingers nearly completely invisible," said doctoral student Martin Schumann.   Cont'd...  

Renewables Will Drive Denmark's Cumulative Installed Capacity Beyond 16 GW by 2025, says GlobalData

Denmark's cumulative installed capacity is expected to expand from 13.5 Gigawatts (GW) in 2014 to reach 16.1 GW by 2025 --- 'Wind power will continue to account for the majority of the country's power generation, with 44.8% of the overall share forecast for 2020,' says analyst

Gothenburg's first permanent hydrogen refuelling station is now being launched

The hydrogen refuelling station is located next to PowerCell Sweden AB's premises at Hisingen in Gothenburg, Sweden.

Wind and solar boost cost-competitiveness versus fossil fuels

Levelised cost of electricity analysis for H2 2015 shows onshore wind to be fully competitive against gas and coal in some parts of the world, while solar is closing the gap

Cyberhawk launches commercial ROAV wind turbine inspection service

The launch of this service is a step-change for the renewables operations and maintenance (O&M) sector, both onshore and offshore.

Stonehenge launches international development of low cost Wave Energy Converter

Stonehenge launches international development of low cost Wave Energy Converter

SunPower Optimizing U.S. Solar Power Plant Production with Remote Operations Control Center

"SunPower's remote operations control center is designed to optimize energy production at our solar power plants, allowing utilities and power plant owners to better manage their energy"

Discovery about new battery overturns decades of false assumptions

A discovery that could pose a challenge and sustainable alternative to the widely-used lithium-ion battery.

Klein Tools Announces its 2015 Electrician of the Year

Joey Hall of Somerset, KY receives a custom F-150 XLT Crew Cab truck for his commitment to professional achievement, safety and community service

Securing Kuwait's Vital Operational Sectors

Process Safety leaders and HSE Experts from the region will gather at one place with a common goal of minimizing accidents in the process industries.

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