70% Reduction in Carbon Dioxide Emissions Demonstrated
Seasoned Financial Executive Brings Extensive Expertise in Renewable Development
Comprehensive Report Examines Policies and Programs that Benefit Fuel Cell Technologies
Convert South Africa offers to south african market PV projects for better performance of solar fields, PV Hybryd systems for rule, mines and industrial electrification, electrical power system engignereeng.
5-Megawatt Solar Microgrid to Supply Electricity for Equatorial Guinea's Annobon Province, Advance Regional Economic Development
"We believe that the recent push by China's leadership to support wind power spurred these orders."
Vivint Solar is the top residential solar installer in Maryland, according to Green Tech Media's third quarter 2014 leaderboard
J.P. Morgan Asset Management and First Wind Announce Transfer of Majority Ownership in Palouse and Route 66 Wind Projects
First Wind will continue to operate the Washington-based 105 MW Palouse project along with the Texas-based 150 MW Route 66 project once construction is completed ----Following today's transaction with J.P. Morgan Asset Management, First Wind will continue to operate and manage the 105 MW Palouse Wind project (pictured here), which generates enough clean energy to power the equivalent of as many as 30,000 homes in Eastern Washington.
Prize honors innovations in energy storage technology
Despite SMA and ABB maintaining their first and second market-share rankings, both companies' market share for the first three quarters of the year has declined
Located in north-western South Africa, Sishen is the biggest solar plant ever built by the Company, with 319,600 photovoltaic modules and estimated electricity generation of 216 GWh per year ---- The plant is owned by a consortium in which ACCIONA Energy holds the majority stake
Commonwealth of the Bahamas Takes On Renewable Energy Challenge Carbon War Room and Rocky Mountain Institute working with Bahamas to create clean future
The Ten Island Challenge provides the Government of the Bahamas the opportunity and platform to implement a clean energy roadmap with on-the-ground demonstration projects across the country.
Company's High Efficiency Power Systems Selected by Alstom Grid for High-Profile Project; Another Example of Eltek's Growing Power Utility Business
Today, despite recent progress, solar power accounts for about one percent of the world’s energy mix. Yet the International Energy Agency (IEA) says that solar energy, most of it generated by decentralized “rooftop” photovoltaic systems, could well become the world’s single biggest source of electricity by mid-century. So how do we get from here to there? The answer, according to scientists and engineers, lies in a new generation of super-efficient, low-cost sunlight harvesters that take up where the recent flood of cheap silicon panels leaves off. New designs and novel solar materials have recently been setting new efficiency records seemingly every week. Although research and development of solar power still falls far short of where scientists and engineers say it needs to be, innovators are making steady progress in creating a new generation of materials that can harvest the sun’s energy far more efficiently than traditional silicon photovoltaic cells. Among the most promising technologies are multi-junction cells with layers of light-harvesters that each gather energy from a separate slice of the solar spectrum, super-efficient semiconductor materials like perovskite and gallium-arsenide, and cells made with tiny but powerful solar-absorbing “quantum dots.” Technical hurdles, such as making new materials able to withstand the elements, remain. Nonetheless, researchers say, efforts now underway could begin to dramatically increase solar power generation within a decade or two. Cont'd...
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The NeON R module features "Back Contact" cell technology delivering an entirely black panel that is aesthetically pleasing and energy efficient. The cell's seamless, surface blends perfectly into nearly all rooftop designs while the module's electrodes are positioned on the rear of the cell. Using LG's N-type cell structure, the panels produce 365W of energy, up to 7.3kWp, compared to 5.8kWp of the p-type cell. The module's new design minimizes LID, thereby delivering a longer lifespan and increased energy output.