Lead Recycling Threatened By Lithium-ion

The U.S. Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE) and the International Electrotechnical Committee (IEC) are proposing to develop standardized labels that are color-coded to allow for better identification between lead-acid and lithium-ion batteries.

The Road to Sustainable Energy in South America Could Lie in Electrical Grid Interconnection

With interconnection, the sizable hydroelectric resources of South America would allow a highly stable supply of low-cost energy at the regional level, enhancing competitiveness.

The Potential of Battery Storage Solutions for Domestic and Commercial PV Installations

The developments in battery storage systems being launched to the UK market this year will help to distribute energy more efficiently, and with the PV market in a state of flux following the reductions in the tariff rates, the battery storage developments should provide some stability to the trade.

Interview with Michael Wiener of SolarRoofHook.com

In general, the installer just removes the roof piece, locates the rafters, drills pilot holes, fastens the product to the rafter, properly seals the penetration, and grinds the tile where the mount is located before placing the roof piece back over or around the mount.

Solar Thermal Fluid Sampling: Personal Safety and System Design Considerations

Managing fluids at high temperatures presents a safety hazard as the fluid may come into contact with the engineer whilst the fluid is being sampled

Cree And Cisco Enable Energy-Saving IoT

SmartCast PoE is the first LED lighting platform that makes the PoE framework ready for mass deployment and adoption.

Case Study: Solar Project Powers Empowerment For The Disabled

Melwood partnered with Standard Solar to build a 413.8 kW rooftop system on its Horticulture Training Center, along with a 517.1 kW carport system (930 kW total), which will provide 95 percent of the center's energy needs.

Even out the Odds: A Switch to Greener Transport

India must look beyond its current state towards the type of country it hopes to become, and must find a balance between increasing wealth and prosperity, acceptable mobility and access, and low emission levels.

These 10 Places Broke Records In Renewable Energy

The following nations have, at one point or another, broken global records in renewable energy use, production or technology development.

Electric Car War Sends Lithium Prices Sky High

The lithium oligopoly is already a dinosaur, and new lithium projects on highly prospective land forwarded by companies with lower market caps and strong management are what investors will be looking for.

Solar Thermal Fluids - Why It Is So Important To Choose The Right Fluid

The most popular fluid used in CSP plants is the eutectic mixture of BDO. This fluid has a high operating temperature (up to 400 degrees Celsius), a low viscosity and good thermal stability.

Sparking an Energy Revolution: Artificial photosynthesis in Fuel Cells a Promising New Discovery

Recently, there have been many boosting developments in the conception of new methodologies for generating hydrogen for fuel cells without resorting to fossil fuel as support.

Generating Energy with Graphene

Everyday researchers discover new applications for the properties of graphene. The future of graphene holds limitless possibilities from generating energy to literally every corner of industry and manufacturing. As the years pass it will likely become as commonplace as plastic.

How Battery Power Sustains Wind-Blown and Sun Struck Grids

Utilities are turning to energy storage systems (ESS) to help power grids withstand the effects of high peak demands, instability and the unpredictability of energy that can be gone with the wind.

Monumental Market Conditions Revealed as First Mexican Clean Energy Capacity Auction Prequalification Bid Window Closes

The first auction price bids are due in March, and prequalification for the second renewable auction in Mexico is expected to take place in as early as May or June.

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