DONG Energy Completes Acquisition of U.S. offshore wind development project in New Jersey - Announces "Ocean Wind"

DONG Energy has acquired RES Americas Developments Inc.'s (RES) more than 1000MW development project rights off the coast of New Jersey

11th Annual Ocean Renewable Energy Conference Embarks on Second Decade of Leadership, Experience, and Solutions

OREC XI Set for Portland, Oregon September 21 and 22, 2016

Futuristic device is helping scientists break solar-efficiency record

Ariel Bogle for Yahoo News:  Looking a little like the world-saving stones from sci-fi classic The Fifth Element, a new device is expected to have a big impact on renewable energy.

Built by Mark Keevers and Martin Green from the University of New South Wales (UNSW), the unique prism could help make solar panels cheaper and more efficient. In fact, it's already broken a world record for the amount of solar energy it can create from unfocused sunlight.

The prism has a sunlight-to-electricity conversion efficiency rate of 34.5 percent, Keevers told Mashable Australia. That's about a 44 percent improvement in efficiency on the previous record, he said, which sat at 24 percent efficiency but over 800 square centimetres (124 square inches). The UNSW team's record was achieved over a smaller surface area of 28 square centimetres (4.34 square inches).

Importantly, it does this with normal, un-concentrated light — the type household solar panels already use.  Cont'd...

Manned Electric Aircraft 2016-2031

It is now clear that the MEA business will be around $24 billion as soon as 2020 but the new analysis by IDTechEx sees truly hybrid and pure electric aircraft being a $24 billion business in 2031.

Yaskawa - Solectria Solar Launches PV Inverter Blog

Yaskawa - Solectria Solar, the leading U.S. commercial PV inverter manufacturer, announced that it has officially launched its new PV Inverter blog. This blog will focus on top industry topics, news, recently installed projects and life at Yaskawa - Solectria Solar. Readers can subscribe to the blog where contributors (both from Yaskawa - Solectria Solar and PV industry collaborators) will keep you up to date on the latest trends, events, research and other relevant topics.

Savenia Identifies New Method to Overcome Solar Sales Barriers

New Pilot Study Results Show Savenia Ratings Reduce Solar Customer Concerns Regarding System Costs, Fees

PVinsights:The Clam before the Storm

Polysilicon price continues to grow in this week amid the rising price out of China. Although the polysilicon price in China surged more than 30 percent gain in the past three months, the price in China this week stands still, resulted from the strong wait-and-see attitude among buyers and sellers as trading frenzy in China unwound and swelling productions revives the concerns on oversupply. On the other hand, while non-American polysilicon suppliers raises their shipments to China to take advantage of higher spot prices, the diminished supply outside of China leads the price to advance with noticeable rate this week. As the result, despite the overall polysilicon price remains on the ascension this week, the weakened sentiments and the halted rally in China signal the weighed concern of an increase in global supply with REC silicon planning to resume production.

Natural Power talks hydro at Scottish Renewables

David Wright, Head of Design and Advisory Services at Natual Power presented a case study on the Glenfalloch Hydro Scheme at the Scottish Renewables Hydro Conference today in Perth.

Capstone Power Development Employing Cutting Edge Technology by Pentalum for Upcoming Wind Power Projects

Meteorological monitoring data such as wind speed, wind direction, temperature, and barometric pressure are required to be reported at wind power facilities.

Airbus Defence and Space Enters Solar Cell Production Contract with MicroLink Devices for Next Generation Zephyr HAPS

Gone with the wind: Surprising potential to improve reliability in wind power

Science Daily:  Despite the rigors of scientific inquiry and the methodical approaches of the world's most talented researchers, sometimes science has a surprise in store.

Such was the case when a group of researchers from the U.S. Department of Energy's (DOE) Argonne National Laboratory and the University of Akron discovered that a particular form of carbon coating not necessarily designed for wind turbines may indeed prove a boon to the wind industry -- a serendipitous finding that was recently highlighted in the journal Tribology International.

Due to the strenuous environment inherent in wind turbine drivetrains, key components such as actuators, bearings and gears are prone to failure, meaning turbines require regular maintenance that helps drive up the price of wind energy. Prolonging the life of these components could greatly reduce the cost of wind power, the fastest growing source of energy in the world, thereby making it an even more attractive energy source.  Cont'd...

Ballard Signs Agreement for Sale of Methanol Telecom Backup Power Business For Up To $6.1M

Ballard Power Systems today announced that it has entered into a definitive agreement to sell certain of the Company's methanol Telecom Backup Power business assets

Intersolar - Valentin Software to present the next generation of design software PV*SOL premium 2016 and T*SOL 2016 at Intersolar Europe

ROTH China Solar Tour to be Held in Conjunction with SNEC Power Expo in Shanghai May 23-26, 2016

ROTH Investor Tour to Meet with 20 Solar Power and Clean Technology Companies on Booth Tours and Facility Visits

BASF Coatings joins WINDSOURCING.COM team of suppliers: RELEST® product line for rotor blade repair

WINDSOURCING.COM broadens its product portfolio and adds BASF Coatings' RELEST® repair program for rotor blades to it. Herewith the company further extends its position as the world's major sales portal for wind turbine products.

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