EIA's AEO2015 projects that U.S. energy imports and exports come into balance, a first since the 1950s, because of continued oil and natural gas production growth and slow growth in energy demand
EIA's AEO2015 shows that the advanced technologies are reshaping the U.S. energy economy
2014 was the fifth straight year that Louisiana showed strong growth in solar installations.
Total Corporate Funding in Solar Sector Comes in at $6.4 Billion in Q1, VC Funding Down, Record $1.9
Billion Raised by Residential and Commercial Solar Funds, Reports Mercom Capital Group
Supply and maintenance of 40 direct drive wind turbines --- 100-megawatt project to supply 30,000 Canadian households with clean electricity
Ten companies chosen as 2015 New Energy Pioneers at 8th annual Bloomberg New Energy Finance Summit in New York City
Companies from around the world recognised as game-changers in the field of clean energy technology and innovation
A comprehensive resource to help streamline solar power purchase agreements and reduce solar costs
Martifer Solar has connected a new solar PV rooftop plant on rooftop in San Salvador, El Salvador, which represents the company's commitment to grow the market in Central America ----The PV plant was developed Martifer Solar's local partner, DESENI and was built for one of El Salvador's leading distribution companies, DISZASA
2015 promises to be the best year ever for both states when it comes to adding new solar electric capacity.
"We strive for diversification in the sourcing of these components to improve independency from specific markets."
Rail-free installation of solar arrays on trapezoidal sheet metal roofs
Applied Energy Technologies (AET) Receives Orders of More Than 35 MW of its ECO Line of Solar Racking Systems
AET Expands Its Footprint to California
The local manufacturing will maximise price competitiveness and will help PROINSO deliver international standard product without compromising on quality and reliability.
Professor Donald Sadoway remembers chuckling at an e-mail in August 2009 from a woman claiming to represent Bill Gates. The world’s richest man had taken Sadoway’s Introduction to Solid State Chemistry online, the message explained. Gates wondered if he could meet the guy teaching the popular MIT course the next time the billionaire was in the Boston area, Bloomberg Markets magazine will report in its May issue. “I thought it was a student prank,” says Sadoway, who’s spent more than a decade melting metals in search of a cheap, long-life battery that might wean the world off dirty energy. He’d almost forgotten the note when Gates’s assistant wrote again to plead for a response. A month later, Gates and Sadoway were swapping ideas on curbing climate change in the chemist’s second-story office on the Massachusetts Institute of Technology campus. They discussed progress on batteries to help solar and wind compete with fossil fuels. Gates said to call when Sadoway was ready to start a company. “He agreed to be an angel investor,” Sadoway says. “It would have been tough without that support.” Sadoway is ready. He and a handful of scientists with young companies and big backers say they have a shot at solving a vexing problem: how to store and deliver power around the clock so sustainable energies can become viable alternatives to fossil fuels. How these storage projects are allowing utility power customers to defect from the grid is one of the topics for debate this week at the Bloomberg New Energy Finance conference in New York. Today’s nickel-cadmium and lithium-ion offerings aren’t up to the task. They can’t run a home for more than a few hours or most cars for more than 100 miles (160 kilometers). At about $400 per kilowatt-hour, they’re double the price analysts say will unleash widespread green power. “Developing a storage system beyond lithium-ion is critical to unlocking the value of electric vehicles and renewable energy,” says Andrew Chung, a partner at Menlo Park, California–based venture capital firm Khosla Ventures.
Aquion Energy Verifies Compatibility of Power Conversion Systems and Aqueous Hybrid Ion Batteries
STORE THE SUN'S ENERGY AND SAVE MONEY - LOWER PRICES AND STATE INCENTIVES MAKE PHOTOVOLTAIC STORAGE SYSTEMS EVEN MORE ATTRACTIVE
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