Five software applications built to enhance annual energy production and improve wind farm profitability Industrial wind apps include Energy Forecasting for business strategy optimization, Wind PowerUp* Services and Digital Plan of the Day to streamline site operations, and Diagnostics & Prognostics for turbine-level asset performance management All apps are built on GE's Predix* software platform and include cyber security protection for operational technology
Dr. Dan M. Ionel - Professor of Electrical Engineering and L. Stanley Pigman Chair in Power at the University of Kentucky - used his seminar at the recent CWIEME Berlin exhibition to highlight record-breaking developments in the design and materials for brushless PM machines.
Growing demand for highly-efficient yet lightweight transformers has opened up a new application for Wickeder Westfalenstahl's proven cold-rolled cladding. When used in the coil winding, the company's copper-clad aluminium can dramatically reduce the weight of a transformer without compromising on performance.
Iowa Biodiesel Board lauds bill to boost biodiesel usage and keep production in state
Cost cuts, innovation will drive industry to 10% U.S. electricity by 2020, say industry leaders
AET adapts rooftop solution for east/west orientation for maximum PV production
OneRoof Energy Realigns Business to Focus on Solar 2.0 Strategy, Enabling Non-Traditional Channel Partners and Their Customers to Go Solar
"Solar is a unique product with a 20+ year contract and engaged customer relationship. We see an opportunity to focus on a model that enables partners, previously considering solar offerings but uncertain on their implementation, to confidently enter the market," said David Field, president and CEO of OneRoof.
WINDPOWER 2016 - XTREME MANUFACTURING TO SHOWCASE NORTH AMERICA'S LARGEST TELEHANDLER AT AWEA WINDPOWER '16
Las Vegas-based, Xtreme Manufacturing will showcase the Xtreme XR7038, the largest capacity rough terrain telehandler in North America, that can lift loads up to 70,000 lbs.
CWIEME seminar highlights how latest evaluation software ensures specifiers get the electric motor they need
Fabrice Marion, expert electrical engineer in CEDRAT's application team with responsibility for motor and generator solutions, used his seminar at the recent CWIEME Berlin exhibition to highlight how the FluxMotor software makes the task of evaluating electric rotating machine performance easy - for experts and non-experts alike.
On May 23rd, 2016, representatives from Ballard attended a ceremony to unveil the first zero-emission fuel cell bus to provide service for the Orange County Transportation Authority (OCTA).
More than 150 participants are soon gathering in Izmir, Turkey for the IGC Turkey - International Geothermal Congress, co-organized by Enerchange and ThinkGeoEnergy, in cooperation with EBRD and JESDER and supported by GW sponsor Ormat.
Neil Douglas speaks at the Scotand's Renewable Future conference tomorrow in Edinburgh.
Bombard Renewable Energy Chooses Yaskawa - Solectria Solar's SGI XTM U.S.-Made Utility-Scale Inverters
Yaskawa - Solectria Solar, the leading U.S. commercial PV inverter manufacturer, announced today that Bombard Renewable Energy chose its U.S.-made SGI XTM utility-scale inverters and SolrenView monitoring for a 17.5 megawatt (MW) community solar installation in the Mojave Desert, town of Pahrump, Nevada. The project is an undertaking by the Valley Electric Association (VEA), a member owned non-profit electric cooperative.
The French government is aiming to double its share of renewable energy by 2040 - and is launching one of the largest energy projects in Europe with calls for tenders and direct marketing of solar power.
ABB, the wind industry's leading technology solutions provider, is unveiling new wind farm applications and best practices at AWEA Windpower 2016 this week.
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Equipped with an extremely low power, smart interface the Smart SMP pyranometers offer industry standard digital and amplified analog outputs within the well-known CMP series housings. The output range is programmed so that all SMP pyranometers have identical sensitivities, allowing easy installation and exchange for recalibration. Serial communication allows access to measurement data, instrument status, operating parameters and calibration history. Building on the proven CMP Series design and technology that is used around the world, the new SMP pyranometers add digital signal processing and interfaces optimised for industrial data acquisition and control systems.