CarCharging Partners with TWS to Offer Energy Storage and Rechargeable Battery Solutions

Largest Electric Vehicle Charging Owner, Operator, and Provider Offers Property Partners with the Opportunity to Reduce Energy Costs

Webdyn entered India

The french company (Webdyn SA) of high customer value into the field of M2M connect and remote monitoring systems has entered in india.

PROINSO PV RACK to launch in South Africa

-PROINSO has announced details of a new roof top product designed to meet the distinct market challenges of South Africa-

IRS Rules Favorably on Owner's Eligibility for Federal Tax Credit for a Community-Shared Solar Project

IRS Ruling Has Implications for Community-Shared Solar Projects

Expos Reveals Why Electric Grids, Utilities are Not Ready for Clean Power Plans Or A Low-Carbon Future; Calls For Urgently Needed State Regulatory Reforms

Book by industry expert explores the chasm between what electric utilities are incented to do versus what customers, communities, and society want and need

FuelCell Energy Progressing Scalable and Affordable Carbon Capture Solution With $23.7 Million Project

Notice of Selection Under U.S. Department of Energy Program to Capture About 60 Tons Per Day of CO₂ While Simultaneously Producing Approximately 40,000 Kilowatt Hours Per Day of Ultra-Clean Electricity ---Affordable and Scalable Fuel Cell Solution Captures CO₂ While Producing a Revenue Stream From Electricity Generation

SYMBIO FCELL SELECTS CERAMIC MAXPHASE FOR NEW AUTOMOTIVE FUEL CELL

The new fuel cell is expected to be ready for launch in December 2015.

Greensmith Raises $12.3 Million in its Series C Offering led by American Electric Power

Securing a strategic investment from a premier utility is a key component in solidifying Greensmith's leadership position in the energy storage industry.

GCUBE INSURES 146MW CHILEAN SOLAR PLANT PROJECT

Specialist renewable energy insurer covers construction of flagship Latin American PV project

Concentrator Photovoltaics: The Next Step Towards Better Solar Power

By Lauren J. Young for IEEE Spectrum:  Today’s concentrator photovoltaic (CPV) technologies have shown promising potential for more efficient solar power. The latest systems are said to be capable of handling the power of a hundred suns. Yet prototypes have failed to compete with cheaper flat panel solar systems that dominate the market. The U.S. Department of Energy’s Advanced Research Projects Agency (ARPA-E) is determined to push CPV to the next level. On 24 August, at the Clean Energy Summit, U.S. President Barack Obama and Energy Secretary Ernest Monizannounced a program called MOSAIC that will invest $24 million into CPV solar technology development. Why can’t today’s CPV systems compete? The concentrators can only convert direct sunlight into energy, missing out on the large fraction of sunlight diffracted by clouds and the atmosphere. Manufacturing costs of concentrator apparatuses have also prevented CPV from reaching mass production.   Cont'd...

New local energy partnership brings innovative solar tracker to Washington State

A new partnership will bring the innovative AllEarth Solar Tracker solar electric system to homeowners and businesses in Washington State.

Detroit PlugVolt Battery Seminar to Foster Joint Development Efforts to Advance Energy Storage Solutions

Industry leaders from up to 80 companies will gather to learn about latest advances, challenges and opportunities for energy storage systems used in grid storage and xEV automotive applications

Renewable Energies Decline in Canada

The first half of 2015 is another bad period for renewable energies in Canada, according to federal data.

Iran is building the Middle East's first geothermal power plant

Iran is building the Middle East’s first geothermal power plant at the foot of an inactive volcanic peak as the country is racing to meet a runaway demand for electricity by its growing population.  The pilot station in northwestern Meshguin Shahr in the Ardabil province is projected to come on stream in the next two years, putting Iran in the club of two dozen nations with the geothermal power generation capacity. The 50-megawatt project is in line with Iran’s bid to expand its clean energy mix which is dominated by fossil fuels. Geothermal power is cheaper and more reliable than other renewable energy sources, such as thermal or hydro power.   Cont'd...

Congressman Valadao Joins with CalCom Solar, Medeiros and Son Dairy, Local Officials and Project Partners to Dedicate 1.1MW Solar System in California's Central Valley

PV Array Built by CalCom Solar Facilitates Optimized Energy Use at Leading California Dairy

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