Xcel Energy, which sells electricity and gas in eight western and mid-western states, says its SmartGridCity Project in Boulder, Colo. is now live. At least the smart distribution piece is up and running. That includes the network infrastructure and software for routing power to automated substations and around impacted power lines, and Xcel says the deployed technology is already enabling the company to anticipate network failures and fix broken gear before a major outage occurs. The milestone is important because it shows how quickly utilities are now moving to get smart grid projects deployed. The utility started construction on the project last year, and SmartGridCity is now one of the projects that is the farthest along in the U.S. and one of the first that can claim to have a distribution piece up and running.
The Alabama Emergency Management Agency is implementing $1.4 million in facility enhancements to improve operations and efficiency at its headquarters facility. TAC by Schneider Electric will complete the work as a performance contract and guarantees the agency will save $37K annually utility costs.
Since signing on a number of distributors we have held our first training session to support their knowledge of our technology helping them grow their business. Our training session was held in Ft. Lauderdale by our Vice President of Engineering.
Solar Powered Oasys™ Sets New Standard in Shelter LIghting
The DOE and thin-film leaders including First Solar, Uni-Solar, Kaneka, SCHOTT to gather in San Francisco this December
Thin Film Today have recently announced the launch of the 2nd Annual Thin Film Solar Summit US, taking place on December 1-2 in San Francisco. Speakers from the DOE, the three largest thin-film manufacturers and many other industry leaders will discuss crucial issues on securing finance and latest technological advances that reduces costs and boost efficiencies.
eIQ Energy's Parallux system eliminates design constraints of traditional series architecture while providing distributed MPPT control and real-time monitoring
Established in 1969, frog design is a global innovation firm that has pioneered some of the world's most groundbreaking designs for trendsetting companies such as Apple, Disney, HP, Louis Vuitton, Logitech, Microsoft, and Sony.
From the WS product family of professional intelligent measurement transducers with digital interface for environmental applications. VENTUS ideal for most wind applications as it is available with a 200W heater ideal for cold climates.
Oxford-based Conduit Partners and Isis Innovation join the Carbon Trust to boost start-up support to fuel clean tech boom
£1.75m business support for next generation of UK clean tech pioneers
UK orders for Evance's Iskra R9000 small wind turbine have increased by 300 percent since the Government announced its support for small wind with its new feed in tariffs, part of its Renewable Energy strategy.
TÜV Rheinland PTL, LLC, has been named a finalist in the Arizona Technology Council's "2009 Governor's Celebration of Innovation" (GCOI) awards in the "Innovator of the Year - Start-Up Company" category.
Pre-Labor Day LIUNA Event Will Highlight the Potential to Create Good Jobs and Save Energy by Weatherizing Millions of Energy Inefficient Homes a Year
RainHarvest Systems has partnered with 5 Seasons Brewery to produce beer made entirely from on-site captured rainwater. RainHarvest Systems, an expert in rainwater catchment systems, and 5 Seasons Restaurant and Brewery, Atlanta's premier micro brewery, both believe this to be the f
Residential energy efficiency expert Andrew Fisk joins energy services firm, Conservation Services Group. Fisk will work out of CSG's Albany, N.Y. office and oversee all of the firm's New York operations.
State level initiatives are expected to speed up the development of solar energy market in India, pushing the country as a leading solar energy player, says RNCOS.
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