New 3.75 MW Solar Project Partially Funded by EB-5 Investment Program to Support Local Job Creation
Technology Credit Corporation Utilizes the Energy Toolbase Software Platform to Analyze Solar Project Savings
Proven experience in turnkey distributed generation solar projects combined with AES' operating platforms will bring sustainable energy solutions to customers in key markets
The REA provided both written and oral evidence to the report, which outlines the risk that the CfD and Capacity Market risk pursuing competing aims and the latter locking the UK into higher carbon sources of energy.
New Material Shows Value of High Power Factor, High-Output Power Materials
Introducing next generation single phase inverters for residential and small commercial projects.
Program to accelerate nationwide deployment of ViZn's zinc redox flow battery systems
Clean Focus, a leading solar power developer, owner and operator, today announced the completion of a new 3.75 MW solar project in the City of Adelanto, CA.
By JONATHAN SOBLE for NY Times: Rice fields, golf courses and even a disused airport runway. All over the southern Japanese region of Kyushu, unexpected places gleam with electricity-producing solar panels. Solar use in Japan has exploded over the last two years as part of an ambitious national effort to promote renewable energy. But the technology’s future role is now in doubt. Utilities say their infrastructure cannot handle the swelling army of solar entrepreneurs intent on selling their power. And their willingness to invest more money depends heavily on whether the government remains committed to clean energy. “It’s upsetting,” said Junji Akagi, a real estate developer on Ukushima, a tiny island near Nagasaki. Mr. Akagi said he hoped to turn a quarter of the island’s 10-square-mile area into a “mega-solar” generating station, and has already lined up investors and secured the necessary land. Then last September, Kyushu Electric Power Company, the region’s dominant utility, abruptly announced that it would stop contracting to buy electricity from new solar installations. Other power companies elsewhere in Japan soon followed suit.
Cook Medical partnered with Positronic Solar and WINAICO to build one of the largest PERC solar installations in Asia Pacific
Module price slightly drops this week while global demand remains diminishing. The 1st tier module players in China seem to achieve their quarterly sales targets through some markets, such as the UK, Japan, and India, so as to have less pressure recently.
On behalf of MIRDC (Metal Industries Research & Development Center), TÜV SÜD is carrying out an extensive training program regarding offshore wind energy for representatives of authorities and market participants.
WWTP sludge treatment is often an energy-consuming waste management headache. A Dutch WWTP has installed a new type of sewage sludge treatment system that has the potential to turn the plant into a net energy provider.
HoSt has started the construction of a Thermal Pressure Hydrolysis (TPH) plant for sewage sludge at the wastewater treatment plant in Echten. With this technology, sewage sludge is pre-treated at high pressure and temperature with the aim of improving the biogas production and the dewaterability.
Breakout Year Ahead After 3 Years of Stagnant Growth
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