Energy Storage Set to Transform U.S. Power Grid

The nation's power grid will undergo a significant transformation over the next 10 years due in large measure to the emergence of cost-effective energy storage, according to a new study released today by Mortenson.

CISOLAR 2017 Odessa

CISOLAR-2017 will become a new stage of the fast development of the emerging solar energy markets of Europe. On April 11-12, 2017, the main business event for emerging solar energy markets of Europe CISOLAR-2017 will be held in Odessa (Ukraine). CISOLAR-2017 is the 6th International Conference and Exhibition "Solar Energy Industry of Central and Eastern Europe" and will cover not only the fast growing Ukrainian pv market, but also the other promising markets of the European region, such as Balkan countries, Turkey, Bulgaria, Romania and Moldova.

AquaHarmonics Wins the Energy Department's Wave Energy Prize

CalWave Power Technologies and Waveswing America Named Runners-Up in $2.25 Million Prize Challenge

Asia's First Zero-Waste, Zero-Emission Business Forum to be Held in Singapore

The United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) and Global Initiatives (Singapore) will welcome 600 business and sustainability leaders, government officials, UN agencies and NGOs from around the world for the Responsible Business Forum on Sustainable Development (RBF) in Singapore on 22-24 November 2016.

Morai Motion Launches New Inline Nexus Series of Micro Linear Actuators

New line of products comes in stroke lengths ranging from one to six inches, allowing for a precise fit, each delivering impressive performance, Morai Motion reports FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Solar Power Turns Water and Carbon Dioxide Into Fuel

Seeker:  Finish researchers are building a demonstration power plant that would use solar-generated electricity, water and carbon dioxide extracted from the atmosphere to create gas and liquid fuels. The Lappeenranta University of Technology and VTT Technical Research Centre are working together on the SOLETAIR project, which is being built on the university campus and is scheduled for completion in 2017. Germany's Karlsruhe Institute of Technology also is a player in the project.  The project involves several different innovations. VTT will design equipment that will capture CO2 from the air and store it, while Lappeenranta researchers will build a device to produce hydrogen from water via electrolysis. Karlsruhe has developed a a microstructured, chemical reactor to convert the hydrogen produced from solar power together with carbon dioxide into liquid fuels, according to a press release. The reactor will be built by INERATEC, a spinoff company created by Karlsruhe.   Cont'd...

PTEC PARTNERS WITH WORLD-LEADING AND STATE-OF-THE-ART TIDAL TURBINE MANUFACTURERS

The 30MW project, to be created off the Isle of Wight, will allow long-term operation of SCHOTTEL HYDRO and TOCARDO turbine arrays, simultaneously optimising their performance and delivering reliable electricity to the grid. PTEC is also expected to create and safeguard hundreds of jobs and attract significant investment into the local economy, building on the success of the existing British marine and offshore wind sectors.

Former First Solar CEO Jim Hughes Joins Eos Energy Storage as Chairman of the Board

Eos Energy Storage ("Eos") - pioneer of the safe, ultra-low cost Znyth® battery - today announced that Jim Hughes, former CEO of First Solar (NASDAQ:FSLR), has joined as Chairman of the Board to guide the company's transition from technology development to commercial manufacturing and product deployment.

POWER-GEN & DistribuTECH Africa 2017 issue Call for Papers

Leading power sector conference to raise the bar on expert insights

All Eyes On Argentina As Lithium Boom Takes Shape

Lithium is poised to be the longest-running mining bull market of the century, and independent, junior minors like Millennial Lithium Corp. (TSX-V: ML) are having their stocks pushed higher and higher as this market gets ready to explode under a soaring demand and tight supply situation.

CIA Veteran Takes Solar Underground with Sun Bandit

Decorated CIA Veteran, Survival Specialist Deploys Solar PV with Battery Back-up -- and Sun Bandit's PV-Powered Water Heating System -- to Drive Energy Independence and Off-Grid Survival Capabilities for Suburban Subterranean Home

Ideal Power to Enter the German Energy Storage Market

Successful demonstration in Germany prompts half megawatt order

Final rule issued by BLM makes wind development on public land less likely

"Unfortunately, based on our preliminary review, for this Administration and the majority of Americans who support expanding wind energy in the U.S., this final rule makes federal lands even less attractive to wind energy developers. This will add time, uncertainty, complexity, and expense to a process that was already more difficult than developing on private lands."

Solar power proponents hopeful Trump sees benefit of growing industry

Ivan Penn and Rob Nikolewski for The LA Times:  Longtime solar executive Barry Cinnamon got up Wednesday wondering what a Donald Trump administration will mean for his industry. “I woke up this morning and walked to my car and took a picture of the sun coming up, and it did indeed come up,” said Cinnamon, president of Cinnamon Solar, one of the highest-profile solar companies in Silicon Valley. Candidate Trump said a lot of things that heartened conventional oil and natural gas producers and worried the renewable energy business, which is growing fast but is still a tiny part of the energy landscape.   Cont'd...

PVinsights: China solar panels rebound offset by the correction in the US

Solar panel prices increase slightly with the partial increasing prices in lower-priced regions but the decreasing in the US. Upstream solar cells have surged more than 20% since October, but such increase in material costs did not reflect on the prices of solar panel that continue to squeeze the margins out of the makers. However, with the erosion of margins, solar panel suppliers in the lower-priced regions, such as China and India, eventually increase the prices successfully recently, but the increasing is still limited because the demand is not strong enough. Meanwhile, in the US, where solar panels are priced relatively higher, are being pressured, following the rising speculation of stagnate US demand and the uncertain atmosphere around the Presidential Election.

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