New Solar Power Plants Will Generate Enough Electricity to Power Over 36,000 Utah Homes
The paper submission deadline is this Friday, April 10.
Ocean Power Technologies to Proceed to the Next Phase of U.S. DoE Power Take-Off Technology Contract
The next phase of this project is included in OPT's backlog as listed in its 10-Q for the period ended January 31, 2015.
New study estimates $1.9 billion (AED 7 billion) in annual savings by 2030 if UAE can achieve 10% renewable energy mix
Roof Tech becomes newest CALSEIA member.
Contracts for Difference Register shows no solar projects for 2015/16
Colorado's biggest solar gains came in residential installations, but commercial installations increased, as well.
SunEdison And Flextronics Expand Partnership To Include Manufacturing Solar Modules For North American Market
According to Solar Energy Industries Association (SEIA) and research, the U.S. will install an estimated 8.5 GW of solar modules in 2015 which includes utility-scale, residential and commercial rooftop installations.
Solar Ranks as Most Important Future Energy Source Across a Range of Demographics including Republicans, Democrats, and Independents; Urban and Rural Dwellers; Youth and the Elderly
At the conference the Company displayed the ability to 3D print device parts, which can significantly reduce manufacturing costs.
Discovery in alternative energy production by Virginia Tech researchers may be breakthrough for fueling hydrogen vehicles
The method uses abundantly available corn stover - the stalks, cobs, and husks - to produce the hydrogen.
"Cities, towns and countries around the world show continued leadership to tackle environmental, economic and social crisis by shifting toward 100% renewable energy."
The solar power from this ″rooftop solar park″ amounts to 6.1 megawatts.
Solar's Four Decade Journey Underscores the Need for Patience and Support for Transformational Sustainability Science
Diverse Coalition Supports 'Shared Renewables' Program for Expanding Renewable Energy Access to Low Income New Yorkers
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The FCL model split-core current transformers have multiple benefits, including a flexible twisting motion for ease of application. Installing a split-core CT means there is no need to disconnect your primary conductor(s) which reduces downtime. Many customizations are available including extended secondary lead wire lengths, various outputs including 5A, 1A, 1VAC, and 0.333VAC, and custom rubber inserts to help center the CT and maintain accuracy. The FCL models can be used in applications up to 720VAC and have an operating frequency from 50Hz to 400Hz.