Patti Engineering to Present System Integrator Success Story at the Phoenix Contact Industry and Technology Forum
Patti Engineering's Vice President of Texas Operations, Steve Palmgren P.E., and Senior Engineer, Nicholas Hitchcock P.E., to present water and wastewater project success story utilizing Phoenix Contact's high powered wireless 'Radioline' communication technology.
These findings come at an important time as solar installations are proliferating.
America's largest portfolio of new hydroelectric projects on existing dams adds a new fully-licensed project to its portfolio
In September Turboden agreed on a contract with MB Holding, one of the largest Turkish Geothermal developers. The new 16.5 MWe power plant features state-of-the-art technical solutions for geothermal power plants, maximizing the project return.
Berlin-based Valentin Software will launch the next generation of its design software PV*SOL premium at the end of this year. With significant new features, PV*SOL premium 2016 will make the process of designing a PV system even easier and faster.
Today NEXTracker, Inc. , a Flex company, marks a significant milestone: the company is now shipping 100 MW of its solar trackers per week to locations around the world. NEXTracker has over 1800 MW of advanced trackers operating or under construction with several dozen customers on five continents.
Austin Energy is quickly establishing itself as one of Texas' most forward thinking utilities and one of its most price-savvy ones, too. Earlier this month the utility announced that it's requests for proposals for solar power projects came in at record-low costs. Now it's revealing some more information about its new contracts. Today (Oct. 29) First Solar announced that it signed a 15 year power-purchase agreement with the utility for a 119 megawatt East Pecos Solar Project.
Ballard Power Systems today announced that it has signed a definitive agreement with Tangshan Railway Vehicle Company, Limited (TRC) for development of a new fuel cell module that will be designed to meet the requirements of tram or Modern Ground Rail Transit Equipment applications.
Matthew Gunther for Chemistry World: Perovskite solar cells may one day rival silicon-based technologies, but their performance outside the laboratory has been a constant source of contention in the past year. Now, an international team of scientists has manufactured the first thin film perovskite solar cell with a reported efficiency that has beenofficially recognised by an accredited national test laboratory.1 Since their development in 2012, the performance of light-harvesting metal–organo halide structures has seemingly improved at a staggering rate, with their efficiency increasing by six percentage points in just two years – the same increase took multi-crystalline solar cells over two decades. But their stability has been brought into question, with some international test centres taking issue with perovskite solar cells that are so unstable that they may degrade spontaneously in air, making it hard for them to assess their performance. It’s a state of affairs that Michael Grätzel from the Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne in Switzerland has had trouble dealing with. ‘Conspicuously, you could see that from the very beginning there was very scarce information on the stability of these devices,’ comments Grätzel. ‘I have raised that issue many times – one would think that now everybody does stability work after this alarm was sounded, but not so.' Cont'd...
Ericsson signed a cooperation agreement with E.ON and ABB to jointly develop smart energy solution for various industries--- New services and products will be introduced to the market through the innovation company Brunnshög Energi AB, launched by E.ON---- The partnership initially covers four areas: commercial real estate, transportation, solar energy production, and data centers
Here are three of the more high profile startups in Nuclear Fusion.
Country can source 38 per cent of its electricity from renewable energy sources by 2030
San Francisco Agency Launches Campaign for One of the Largest Investment Crowdfundings on Record for California Water Project
- Mercury360 is helping water tech startup guide the campaign for their first commercial project. - Marketing campaign supporting $10M California investment crowdfunding campaign to build largest solar desalination plant in state.
Ballard Announces $5M Strategic Investment from Nisshinbo, an "Environmental and Energy Company" Group
Ballard Power Systems announced that Nisshinbo Holdings Inc., an "Environmental and Energy Company" Group in Japan, has agreed to make a $5 million strategic equity investment in Ballard.
Lufft of Stuttgart Germany released the WS800 Weather Station with integrated lightning detection. The new sensor takes all the same innovative weather sensor technology known to lufft and adds advanced lightning detection. The new member of the Lufft weather sensor family allows the precise reconstruction of the location where and the times at which such acts of nature occurred.
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