Many concentrated solar power plants could be built within the next several years. A single plant can generate 250 megawatts or more, which is enough to power about 90,000 homes.
Multinational corporations want access to global solutions that help them document their commitment to electricity from renewable energy sources.
A new partnership will bring the innovative AllEarth Solar Tracker solar electric system to homeowners and businesses throughout North Carolina.
Fronius USA is pleased to announce its sponsorship and exhibition return to the 2015 Solar Power International tradeshow in Anaheim, California September 14th through the 17th.
Applied Energy Technologies (AET) Selected to Provide Its Rayport™-G ECO Ground Mount Racking for 1 MW Project in Pennsylvania
JK Mechanical Selects AET's Rayport-G ECO System for 1 MW Solar Project
Expands and Upgrades Facility to Meet Growing North America Demand
More than 3,900 applications submitted in May, June and July
New Web-based Platform Brings Solar Campaign Opportunities Together Under One Umbrella
CITEL is excited to be a part of SPI 2015 and to discuss changes to the UL1449 standard for Surge Protective Devices.
Vivint Solar teams up with Google to announce Project Sunroof, a new online tool for solar
Winners to be announced at Energy Storage North America 2015 in San Diego
Strathcona Solar installs 3 rooftop PV arrays to community buildings in Eastern Ontario Township of Leeds and Thousand Islands; Investment in microFiT projects to bring in revenue for municipality
The fastest-growing source of renewable energy in America
6th annual conference on Wind Turbine Blade Manufacture 2015, which takes place from 30th November to 2nd December 2015 at the Maritim Hotel in Dusseldorf, Germany.
Megan Treacy for TreeHugger: When we think of antennas we mainly think of the type that transmit and receive radio waves, letting us listen to radio stations in our car or watch TV in our homes, but in this case the researchers are using the term to describe a new thin film material that captures more of the light spectrum, converting it into wavelengths of light that solar cells can convert into electricity. Many scientists are working on building better solar cells, but researchers at the University of Connecticut wanted to figure out how to boost the efficiency of the technology we already have. Thus, the antenna. As Phys.org reports, Challa V. Kumar, Ph.D and his team "built an antenna that collects those unused blue photons and converts them to lower energy photons that the silicon can then turn into current." "Many groups around the world are working hard to make this kind of antenna, and ours is the first of its kind in the whole world," Kumar said. Cont'd...
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