U.S. energy secretary, Dr Ernest Moniz, spoke at the Opening General Session at AWEA’s WINDPOWER 2015 event today in Orlando, Florida. Moniz stressed that wind power is an important and necessary part of the solution to climate change. Wind could provide five times what it provides today, he said, with a goal of one trillion kilowatt-hours per year in America. To get there, new technologies are needed to boost the industry is areas where it is not yet cost-effective or as profitable as other energy sources. Moniz mentioned better siting methods, improved drivetrains, and longer blades. On the show floor, companies are certainly bringing some new and improved technologies to the wind market. Click here for the full Summary from WindPower Engineering.
Welsh Government invests 13 million euros of EU funds in marine energy leader Minesto to start the commercial roll out of marine power plants in Wales
UK and Wales strengthen position as global leaders in marine renewable energy
Applied Energy Technologies (AET) Provides Rayport-B Roof Ballast System for Solar Array at General Motors (GM) Baltimore Operations Facility
Industry-leading solar mounting company with engineering roots in the automotive industry provides racking for GM facility
Proven 2.3-MW turbine now with 120-meter rotor --- Evolutionary product for medium to low wind sites in the Americas region --- SWT-2.3-120 wind turbine to be assebled in the U.S.
Two additional sun2live rooftops installations coming for Supreme Farms facility
"Today, solar is the fastest-growing source of renewable energy in America"
Upgraded wind turbine can produce electricity for up to 7,000 households Built on Siemens' large direct drive platform with 10% more energy Utilizes proven technology and the supply chain of its predecessor Field tests with upgraded generator and enhanced electrical system
At the 2015 SNEC PV Power Expo, the iPV Solar Tracker achieved a "Top 10 Highlights Award."
Solar Energy in the United States: A Decade of Record Growth, released today by the Solar Energy Industries Association (SEIA).
Giannoumis has found that using PictometryOnline™, with access to high-resolution aerial imagery and analytical tools, combined with solar roof reports and CAD-compatible .dxf files provided by EagleView Technologies, is the key to maintaining productivity. This technology is also offering the company a new level of profitability and accuracy throughout the system design process.
Circular Energy is expanding to new markets. The solar power company, who has made a name for itself as one of the largest solar installers in Texas, today announced they are bringing their sustainable energy solutions into neighboring Arkansas.
Improved rotor blades increase turbine yield
China continued to deploy wind power at a remarkable rate, installing an estimated 23.3 GW in 2014, a 45% increase over 2013. China accounted for 45% of the 51 GW installed globally in 2014, representing $94.6 billion in revenue.
Data from AMP and Ohio State shows that wind power in Ohio is a good deal for its customers, and that its price is competitive with, and in some cases significantly cheaper than, other sources of power.
QUONSET FERRY COMPANY RHODE ISLAND FAST FERRY AWARDED 20-YEAR DEEPWATER WIND CREW TRANSFER CONTRACT FOR BLOCK ISLAND WIND FARM
70+ Rhode Island workers will build and operate nation's first offshore wind service workboat
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