Ballard Builds Out China Platform

• Significant 2017 expansion in China-based resources to support planned growth

Analytics and IT Technology Continue Evolution in Utility Market: Highlights from Distributech 2017

Key themes and takeaways from the 2017 Distributech conference

New York's Energy Czar, Richard Kauffman, Receives SEIA Solar Champion Award

The Solar Energy Industries Association (SEIA) presented Richard Kauffman, New York's chairman of energy and finance and NYSERDA Board chair, with the prestigious SEIA Solar Champion Award, an honor bestowed upon entities or individuals who have helped strengthen solar energy in America.

Catch wave power in floating nets

Zhong Lin Wang for Nature:  Nature provides three sources of energy for free: sunlight, air and gravity. Solar and wind power are increasingly exploited, gravity less so. Hydraulic power plants harvest energy from flowing rivers. Tidal energy can be gathered along some inlets and coasts. But few places are suitable for dams or barrages, which can also damage the environment. By contrast, oceans cover about 70% of Earth’s surface. Wave energy is plentiful day and night, whatever the weather. Capturing it requires little land and raises few safety or security concerns. Yet hardly any of this ‘blue energy’ is being generated. Today’s wave farms produce no more than 1–10 megawatts at any one time, enough to power a town. No commercial wave farms currently exist.   Full article:  

Fast Company Recognizes sonnen as Top Innovator in Energy Sector

sonnen earns fourth major industry recognition of the year, listed in Fast Company's Top 10 Most Innovative Companies in Energy

SoCalGas Pilot Biogas Project Selected by U.S. Energy Department for Funding

New technology converts waste solids into biocrude oil and methane gas

Amazon Wind Farm US East, Powered by Avangrid Renewables, North Carolina's First Wind Farm, Now Fully Operational

The facility reached full commercial operation this month and began delivering power in December 2016. It features 104 modern wind turbines that will produce enough energy to power the equivalent of approximately 61,000 U.S. homes each year.

Near-record growth propels wind power into first place as America's largest renewable resource

Texas first in the nation in wind capacity, wind jobs

f-cell and BATTERY+STORAGE are Making an Important Mark on the EVS30

For its 30th anniversary, the internationally renowned Electric Vehicle Symposium is expanding - for the first time with the f-cell and BATTERY+STORAGE - its topical areas to include stationary battery storage, hydrogen, and fuel cell technologies.

Romeo Power Expands to New EV Battery Pack Manufacturing Facility in Southern California

Romeo Power is the only US owned battery pack manufacturer for Electric Vehicles

Outback Power Rolls out Energy Express Roadshow for Solar, Electrical Professionals

Renewable energy leader puts new technology on tour for distributors, installers, home and business owners

First Wattway solar road pilot in US pops up in rural Georgia

Lacy Cooke for Inhabitat:  The first Wattway solar road pilot in America has popped up in rural west Georgia. The Ray C. Anderson Foundation, named for sustainable manufacturing pioneer Ray Anderson, is testing renewable technologies along an 18-mile stretch of road, and recently installed 538 square feet of Colas‘ Wattway solar road system near the border between Georgia and Alabama. Part of Georgia’s Interstate 85 was named for Anderson, but as over five million tons of carbon dioxideare emitted yearly on that road portion alone, Anderson’s family felt placing his name there didn’t honor his legacy, and began to look into renewable technologies to clear the air – so to speak. Thus began The Ray, an 18-mile living laboratory for clean technologies, including not only the solar roads, but also a solar-powered electric vehicle charging station, and WheelRight, a system people can drive over to test their tire pressure, which could lead to improved fuel inefficiency.   Cont'd...

PVinsights: Disappointed Demand Forces Suppliers to Conform

Polysilicon prices remain stable following the gain before lunar New Year, as disappointing result of price negotiation in downstream raises doubts about the strength of demand. As polysilicon prices in China hit near the saturation points, there is not much rooms for polysilicon suppliers to improve the prices. In addition, as the demand after lunar New Year holiday seems weaker than anticipated, there are also no driving forces to push up the price further. While the price rally in China tempers, polysilicon suppliers in overseas also tend to stabilize their prices as well. As the result, overall polysilicon prices stay unchanged this week.

Renewable power generation technologies are now cost competitive with fossil fuels in a new report from Lloyd's Register

Renewable power generation technologies are now cost competitive with fossil fuels and innovation is gathering pace across the sector, finds a new report by Lloyd's Register. But which technologies will have the most impact on the industry?

Record-breaking solar panels could slash power costs

Reuters Jim Drury:  Swiss start-up Insolight says its solar panels double the yield achieved by other sun-powered technology. In independent tests the panels reached an efficiency of 36.4 percent. "Traditionally the market sits at around 18 percent and we can double this. Therefore we can double the return on investment for the final client....Our key innovation is that you do not need to rotate the panel in order to follow the sun. We can follow the sun in a flat manner, like any other solar panel, which makes it that our panel can be installed on standard rooftops, with standard mounting technology." Tiny square super cells capture all of the sun's rays, underneath round lenses, using a patented microtracking system.   Watch Video.

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