Electronics for Renewable Energies - TRUMPF Hüttinger Taps into New Markets

Renewable energies will only unlock their full potential where storage technologies and extended power grids are available. A new type of battery might be the key, and the vital electronics are now being developed at TRUMPF Hüttinger.

Enersave Launches sonnenBatterie Offering in the Northeast

Electric storage is growing in the Northeast.

NABCEP Announces Launch of Associate Program

With the launch of the Associate Program, candidates will notice the addition of an experience-based pathway, where an individual who has at least 6 months of experience working in the PV, solar heating, or small wind industry will be eligible to sit for the relevant exam.

Ematec optimise their blade beams

South-German special equipment manufacturer perfects its successful rotor blade lifters

Natural Power Director of Due Diligence takes up international role

After 12 months of supporting the business as 'acting' Director of Due Diligence, Giles Dearden has been appointed as Natural Power's permanent international leader in this position.

Intersolar South America: S£o Paulo Solar Energy Exhibition Breaks Record

Doors open tomorrow to the 5th Intersolar South America at Expocenter Norte

Everything You Need to Know About Federal Tax Incentives for Solar Energy

Developed with the help of Keith Martin at Chadbourne & Parke, LLP, version 8.0 of this widely-used resource contains valuable information about qualifying for the solar investment tax credit (ITC), how commence construction works, depreciation bonuses, financing issues and more.

Iron Edison Unveils Water Purifying System for Nickel Iron Batteries

Water deionizer will save time and money for routine electrolyte refills

A Danish Wind Turbine Maker Harnesses Data in a Push to Stay Ahead

Stanley Reed for The New York Times:  A project to install hundreds of wind turbines in the Fosen peninsula area of Norway at one point was shelved as unfeasible. The strong breezes that whip off the sea can shift and swing unpredictably, while the soaring cliffs and steep drop-offs create turbulence that wears out expensive equipment. The venture was rescued with a lot of help from the mathematical calculations of Vestas Wind Systems, a Danish wind power company.  Vestas used data to figure out how to use more powerful turbines for the project, and precisely where to place them. That meant the utility developing the facility could buy fewer turbines, helping cut costs and balancing the economics of the $1.2 billion project. The company is at the forefront of efforts to make wind a competitive source of energy, rather than just a subsidized experiment. In doing so, it has become a model for the renewables industry, which has struggled at times to remain viable while facing cuts to government subsidies and volatile oil and gas prices.  Vestas understands the fickleness of the renewable energy business.   Cont'd...

SPI 2016 - Morningstar Will Feature The New ProStar MPPT™ & Ethernet MeterBus Converter™ At Solar Power International 2016

At Booth 367 during the Solar Power International Trade Show in Las Vegas, NV from September 13-15, Morningstar Corporation will showcase its complete portfolio of solar charge controllers, inverters and accessories including the new ProStar MPPT and Ethernet MeterBus Converter.

SPI 2016 - Don't Miss The Solar Power International Show

This show is ideal for solar installers, contractors, commercial builders, utility companies, smart home builders, engineering firms and product developers. Of course, anytime is a good time to visit Vegas. So, don't miss this show.

Q2 2016 Deal Volume Comparison

Overall, solar companies categorized as wafer/ingot producers experienced the strongest margin performance over the last year, while each sector exhibited certain levels of improvement.

Industry Report Breaks Down New Wind Energy Projects and the Top Wind Energy Companies in 2015

Energy Acuity's 2015 Wind Energy Report Examines New Operating Capacity, Wind Energy Projects, and the Top Developers Involved.

Intersolar South America: Record Numbers to Attend Sao Paulo Solar Energy Exhibition

Doors open again to the 4th Intersolar South America at Expocenter Norte Sao Paulo, August 18: 176 exhibitors from 12 countries will attend this year's Intersolar South America - a year-on-year rise of 60%. The exhibition area has even doubled.

PVinsights: Beleaguered Solar Risks More Pain amid Overcapacity

Global panels are recorded at new lows as evidence of uneven supply and demand in the biggest solar market fuels pessimism that it continues to deteriorate the oversupply further by way of additional capacity and the demand weakness by the restricted FIT policy. Nevertheless, the drop of solar panel prices this week is more tenderly this week due to the limited declines in the Chinese and Indian markets. As 2nd tier Chinese module makers have dominated the prices disruption in China, India, and the emerging countries, where no punitive tariffs were enforced, the module prices have slumped more than 5% in the past three weeks. The flexibility for Chinese module makers to offer slashed prices has become less after the sharp fall, resulting the solar panel prices in China and India decline more slightly this week.

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