Here are 5 of the entries in this years Solar Decathlon for your interest and enjoyment. More to come in future issues. These students have earned the support of us all. Thanks for giving us your view of the future!
We've cobbled together some great factoids from the Apricus website to create this overview of Solar Thermal systems. Why are we not using this technology on every home that is exposed to the sun?
There are a myriad of communications players (technologies) that can be deployed across the smart grid applications layers. The "best fit" technology for any one layer or overall system. The first thing to drive the communications technology decision is the objective for the system. Add in the risk profile of the company and the communications requirements start to take shape.
GlobalData has released its research on the Alternative Energy Industry. Please see below for key findings from the study.
Our strategy is focused on being close to the market. For the last 25 years the photovoltaic sector has operated mainly in a horizontal fashion. Now the time for vertical integration has come, and we are well positioned for this change. With this in mind, the recent joint venture Espe-SunParc will allow Silfab to be completely involved in every segment of the downstream market, including Solar Farms.
Vertegy's FREE webinar on Aug. 4 will focus on building LEED K-12 schools
Alliance to Save Energy Hails 25-30% Advance in 2012 Energy Code for New & Renovated Residential, Commercial Buildings
The improvements in the model code will have far-reaching impact as nearly all states operate under a version of the IECC, which is the only model residential energy code referenced in federal statutes.
SGS article on In-Service Inspections for Wind Farm Projects was featured in the April-May 2011 issue of the InWind Chronicle magazine.
The ground screw from Powerway, also named as PowerScrew, is built from Q235 steel conical pipe with welded blades, and can be applied in a wide variety of different geological locations.
Jacob Susman Appointed as Advisor to AWEA Board, Steve Krebs joins OwnEnergy as Vice President
"Rooftop Revolution" Campaign Builds on Company's Momentum and Brings Online Sunshine Brand to Life, New Research Shows Majority of Americans Overwhelmed by Rising Energy Costs; More Than 9 Million Americans Will Consider Installing Solar Power in Next Five Years
SolarCity said today that it will begin to offer installation services for solar-powered EV chargers compatible with any electric vehicle currently on the market. To do so, the company is partnering with EV charger manufacturer ClipperCreek, which will supply chargers that use the standard SAE-J1772 charge cable. Installation of a 240-volt Level II charger, which typically charges an EV battery to full capacity in about four hours, for a home or business will start at $1,500 including the price of the charger, according to SolarCity. SolarCity said the offer is not just an add-on for customers who have the company install solar panel systems, but that it's also willing to install a standalone EV charger.
Light emitting diodes are becoming the most dominant lighting technology - Global Revenues will approach $2 billion by 2017
WINDSUN ENERGY ALONG WITH UCSD/BIRCH AQUARIUM INSTALL 3 NEW WIND TURBINES FOR THE "BOUNDLESS ENERGY EXHIBIT"
International website provides users with a wide variety of information on solar hot water and hydronic heating products.
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