LPP Combustion, LLC, a Columbia, MD based innovator in liquid fuel technology, has successfully demonstrated the clean generation of green, dispatchable, renewable power on a 30kW Capstone C30 gas turbine while burning Naphtha and Bio-Ethanol.
Ontario Solar Academy (OSA) graduated its 100th student since beginning its 5-Day PV Design & Installation classes in February of this year.
Trina Solar Limited, a leading integrated manufacturer of solar photovoltaic (PV) products from ingots to modules, recently hosted customers from around the world at its Changzhou headquarters for a grand opening of its new factory.
Today ZigBee Alliance, a global ecosystem of companies creating wireless solutions for use in energy management, residential, commercial and consumer electronics applications announced an agreement to collaborate with SunSpec Alliance to define standards for renewable energy and microgrid management using ZigBee Smart Energy Version 2.0. The collaboration between the two Alliances will address the existing gap between the growing use of distributed generation via renewable energy resources and the Smart Grid, in order to take advantage of the energy management efficiencies of the Smart Grid.
The ZigBee alliance and SUNSPEC Alliance collaborate on renewable energy management via ZigBEE smart energy
Joint efforts will focus on connecting renewable energy distributed generation sources to Smart Grid
SMA America, LLC, the U.S.-based subsidiary of global solar technology leader SMA Solar Technology AG, has partnered with leading solar integrator Idaho Solar Design & Consulting, Inc. to provide two SMA Sunny Boy 5000U solar inverters for the St. Jude Boise, Idaho Dream Home®.
Mistaya Engineering Inc. has announced a major new release of Windographer, its flagship wind data analysis software. Windographer is used worldwide to analyze wind resource data measured by met tower, SoDAR, or LiDAR.
Initially, it will produce 30 megawatts of solar modules a year for the US market. But the plant's capacity is expected to expand as Japanese-owned Kyocera seeks to produce one gigawatt (1,000MW) of solar cells worldwide by March 2013. Kyocera's 210-watt and 235W modules are being produced at the San Diego facility, the company's most powerful and efficient solar power products. Tatsumi Maeda, vice president and general manager of Kyocera Corporation's Solar Energy Group, said: "High-quality, high-efficiency solar modules from Kyocera's San Diego plant fulfill the ‘Buy American' provisions enacted by the U.S. government, while meeting the rising demand for renewable energy that has accompanied the current administration's ‘Green New Deal' measures."
OPEL International Inc. (TSX-V: OPL) ("OPEL" or "the Company"), a leading global supplier of high concentration photovoltaic ("HCPV") solar panels and trackers, announced that its revenue outlook for the next 18 months is expected to be significantly higher.
The company announces that its family of string combiners is now ETL listed to UL standard 1741 and certified to CSA C22.2, according to UL standard 1741 for photovoltaic combiner enclosures.
From smart home controls to solar powered gas refrigeration, undergraduate HVAC&R students in their senior year are able to gain hands-on experience in their field thanks to the 2010-2011 ASHRAE Undergraduate Senior Project Grant. "Purdue University is designing and building a net zero energy home that will showcase a variety of new technologies for residential construction" Bill Hutzel, faculty advisor of the project, said. The ASHRAE grant will provide the crucial infrastructure for monitoring and controlling the mechanical, electrical, lighting and other systems in the smart house by developing the controls schematic; developing the sequence of operation; developing the control code; installing the controls and sensors; and commissioning the building systems. The smart house will become a multidisciplinary living laboratory for large numbers of university students interested in low energy residential construction.
MSE Power Systems, Inc announces the appointment of Rashid Abdul, P.E., as Vice President, Renewable Energy and Industrial Services. Mr. Abdul brings 30+ years of experience in senior management positions in the electric power industry.
On June 8, 2010 SunPods, Inc will introduce the U.S. Army to an efficient and game changing new way to go solar. SunPods of San Jose, CA. will exhibit at the Renewable Energy Rodeo and Symposium to showcase the latest innovation in renewable energy.
Student researchers at Northeastern University have designed an apparatus to convert plastic waste into clean energy while minimizing the release of harmful emissions. Self-sustainability is the key to the double-tank combustor design. Plastic waste is first processed in an upper tank through pyrolysis, which converts solid plastic into gas. Next, the gas flows to a lower tank, where it is burned with oxidants to generate heat and steam. The heat sustains the combustor while the steam can be used to generate electric power.
The company introduces Dow Corning Solar Solutions' PV InstantSeal. This silicone reactive hot melt supports higher-speed assembly with instant green strength, offering productivity improvements in both solar frame and junction box sealing.
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