As one of the exhibitors of Solar Power International, Powerway solar mounting will take an active part in this expo, showing the popular PowerScrew System for ground project, PowerFit System for concrete roof, PowerClamp System for metal sheet roof, and many other creative products.
Stoel Rives LLP, a U.S. business law firm, has published the third edition of its solar energy guide. Titled "Lex Helius: The Law of Solar Energy," the guide is part of a series of books that provide a general overview of of the legal issues encountered in a typical renewalbe energy project.
KACO new energy, one of the world's largest inverter manufacturers - with over 3.5 GW of PV inverters in the field to date unveils new inverter in the US.
King Estate Winery Teams Up With SolarCity, Lane Electric Co-op, and Advanced Energy Systems to Install the Largest Solar Power System at a Winery in the Pacific Northwest
Organic winery furthers commitment to environmental stewardship with installation of large-scale solar power system
New Products Give Users and System Integrators the Independence Needed to Use the Grid in Any Application
CommercialAC Integrates Specially Designed Solar Module with New Three-Phase Sequenced Inverter Technology – Check It Out at Solar Power International 2011 in Booth #2516
One of the main arguments against electric cars is that it takes too long to recharge the battery. Even using a DC fast-charger, going from 0 to 80 percent capacity still takes about 30 minutes. But Nissan is working on a new super-rapid charging system that can recharge a drained EV battery in 10 minutes, which could be a game changer for the industry. Nissan engineers and researchers at Japan's Kansai University have created a new capacitor electrode made of tungsten oxide and vanadium oxide instead of the usual carbon, according to an article in Paul Tan's Automotive News. According to an unnamed report, the new capacitor electrode can hold more power and reduce charging time without reducing capacity or voltage.
OPEL Solar Inc. Coming to Solar Power International 2011 Showcasing Its Hallmark TF-800 Solar Tracking Systems
OPEL Solar Inc. and OPEL Technologies Inc. (TSX VENTURE:OPL) (collectively "OPEL" or "the Company"), a leading global supplier of high concentration photovoltaic ("HCPV") solar panels and solar tracker systems, and a semiconductor device and process developer, announced today that it will be exhibiting at Solar Power International Conference (the "Show") in Booth 6219 next week in Dallas, Texas. At the Show, OPEL Solar will highlight the incredible business progress made especially with two recently completed power plant installations using OPEL's hallmark TF-800 solar tracking systems, rapidly becoming the product of choice in the growing utility scale solar energy industry.
WAILUKU, MAUI, HAWAII: Award-winning HNU ENERGY has completed installing a modern solar PV system at the Hawaii State Public Library System's Waianae Library. Thanks to HNU ENERGY, up to 100% of the energy consumed at the Waianae Public Library now comes from a clean, safe, state of the art renewable solar PV system.
New Study Shows Significant Job Growth in 2012 from One-Year Extension of Successful Treasury Program
Study by EuPD Research finds extension of cost-effective 1603 Treasury Program will create more than 37,000 American jobs next year driven by solar market growth.
At Solar Power UK 2011 in Birmingham from 26 to 28th October, Donauer Solartechnik will be presenting its new mounting frame: the Futura Siplex system with snap-in functions. It can be used on all roof types. The specialist wholesale company developed the system as part of its own INTERSOL range.
PV Insider - hear the latest challenges and solutions for improving monitoring and field control for large scale PV plants
1. Singapore, 12th October 2011 – The world needs a new source of renewable energy. The spotlight is on Africa, with her huge potential for biomass and bioenergy. Biomass West & Central Africa Congress 2011 will kick off from 24th to 25th November 2011 Accra, Ghana.
Tucson is known for its abundant sunshine so if you are a renewable energy firm, you'll be interested to see which companies have found Tucson to offer more than just "sunny skies" to attract their business.
Tucson continues to expand its reputation as the Southwest's most active "Solar Center" with a long string of solar announcements in recent months. The area's combination of R & D, manufacturing, business community support, and solar incentives helps this industry thrive in this region.
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Solar & Wind - Featured Product
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.