Billion Electric, a Taiwan-based solution provider of Smart Energy and Smart Grid, celebrates the fourth annual partnership with one of the largest Australian solar PV developers. The BEsmart Solar Monitoring System utilizes the cloud technology to maximize solar assets' management and increase the yield of energy production.
It is important to pay attention to product specifications regarding the rate at which energy is coming in, the amount of energy stored, and the rate at which that energy is being consumed.
SunLink, a California-based company, is a leader in driving the innovations that make solar easier, safer, more reliable and less expensive to install.
Warsaw Solar Farm is one of the largest solar projects in the country and the largest solar farm in North Carolina.
Germany will add 2,071 Megawatts in annual offshore wind turbine installations in 2015, making it the world's leading market ----Meanwhile, UK additions will remain relatively steady, but the country will slip to third in rankings behind China, says report
12MWac facility will be largest PV solar installation in Arkansas ---- Aerojet Rocketdyne on leading edge of trend for direct procurement of solar energy for industrial operations
President Hernández Attends Commissioning of Largest Rooftop PV System in Latin America
Adopting a building-integrated solar air heating system for a multi-residential, high rise exterior retrofit of the Lyndon B. Johnson public housing complex in Cambridge, Massachusetts.
The NY-Sun Initiative is a $1 billion investment to significantly expand deployment of solar capacity throughout the state while transforming New York's solar industry to a sustainable, subsidy-free sector over time.
The North American Board of Certified Energy Practitioners (NABCEP) is proud to announce Schneider Electric as our Platinum Champion Sponsor for 2015. As a part of this sponsorship, Schneider Electric was the lead sponsor of NABCEP's 2015 Continuing Education Conference and will also support NABCEP's mission to promote safety, certification, quality installations and consumer confidence.
Overall global PV inverter market shrank 4 percent in 2014 to reach $6.6 billion
TRA Snow and Sun, Inc. of American Fork, Utah supplied the mounting for the solar energy system for the award winning Odyssey Elementary School, described by Davis School District as the "greenest school in the state".
Ideal for powering portable electrical equipment, PCs, tablets, smart phones and charging batteries via an integrated USB port.
From Melissa Abraham | MIT Energy Initiative : Report highlights enormous potential and discusses pathways toward affordable solar energy. Solar energy holds the best potential for meeting humanity’s future long-term energy needs while cutting greenhouse gas emissions — but to realize this potential will require increased emphasis on developing lower-cost technologies and more effective deployment policy, says a comprehensive new study, titled “ The Future of Solar Energy ,” released today by the MIT Energy Initiative (MITEI). “Our objective has been to assess solar energy’s current and potential competitive position and to identify changes in U.S. government policies that could more efficiently and effectively support its massive deployment over the long term, which we view as necessary,” says MITEI Director Robert Armstrong, the Chevron Professor in Chemical Engineering at MIT.
TÜV SÜD is attending the construction of the new offshore wind farm Nordsee One about 40 kilometres off the North Sea island Juist. The international testing and certification corporation has been awarded the contract with the certification of the implementation phase by the project company Nordsee One GmbH, which is a joint venture of the Canadian Northland Power Inc. and the German RWE Innogy GmbH. This includes the monitoring of manufacturing, transport, erection/installation and commissioning until operational release according to BSH-standards.
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