Solar Technology Leader First to Achieve Latest UL 1741 SA Listing Ahead of New State Requirements
Diane Cardwell for The New York Times: Brooklyn is known the world over for things small-batch and local, like designer clogs, craft bourbon and artisanal sauerkraut. Now, it is trying to add electricity to the list. In a promising experiment in an affluent swath of the borough, dozens of solar-panel arrays spread across rowhouse rooftops are wired into a growing network. Called the Brooklyn Microgrid, the project is signing up residents and businesses to a virtual trading platform that will allow solar-energy producers to sell excess-electricity credits from their systems to buyers in the group, who may live as close as next door. The project is still in its early stages - it has just 50 participants thus far - but its implications could be far reaching. Cont'd...
Due to extreme weather, high solar radiation, high UV index and the salinity of certain areas, the Atacama Desert in Chile presents conditions that contribute to the early degradation of instrumentation, communication and energy systems.
Depending on the size of your solar system and the amount of solar you produce each month, you can greatly reduce your monthly electric bills, and even profit from it.
Energy and manufacturing coalition: America can do better with its essential transmission infrastructure
AWEA, NEMA, SEIA, WIRES urge Congress to streamline US electrical infrastructure projects
As part of the company's evolution from respected solar engineering powerhouse to one of the fastest growing EnTech companies in the country, SunLink Corporation has engaged Heritage Bank of Commerce to provide an expanded line of credit and other financial services in support of continued expansion.
Solaria PowerXT High-Efficiency Modules Now Carried by Fortune Energy; High-Efficiency Solaria PowerXT™ PV Modules Enable Installers to Double their Profits
Solaria PowerXT modules deliver outstanding efficiency and superior aesthetics. Their technology value proposition -20% more power production- is a compelling one. PowerXT's advanced cell interconnect and module production processes significantly boost power generation while eliminating reliability challenges that can reduce conventional PV modules' long-term performance. Not only does Solaria PowerXT accelerate the payback period and double installers' profits - it's an aesthetically superior product that helps make solar an attractive investment from both an appearance and performance perspective.
Collaboration Enables Solar Developers to Seamlessly Utilize both Software Products for Solar System Layout Designs, Engineering, Production Modeling, Utility Rate, Avoided Cost, Financial Analysis and Proposals
Information on current market trends and framework conditions of the industry, and opportunities and risks of market entry awaits participants, as well as the chance to make contact with key players, which are crucial for expanding business relationships in the region.
Grid Modernization Forum to Examine Energy Storage and the Integration of Renewables and Distributed Energy Resources
A panel of key industry experts at at the 2nd Grid Modernization Forum, April 3-5, 2017 in Chicago will look at new storage technologies that are pushing the boundaries, and how to manage the complex integration of storage with the grid. he panel will also examine how utility pilots are testing options to solve their own challenges, such as pairing grid storage with inverter technology.
There is a vast opportunity to make money by building offshore wind farms in the United States and according to Jeff Grybowski, CEO of Deepwater Wind, the offshore oil and gas industry already possess the knowledge, equipment and work force to tap into it.
Schletter Group Introduces G-Max Fixed-Tilt Photovoltaic (PV) Mounting System Made of Steel, Designed for Unprecedented Speed and Ease-of-Installation
G-Max, Schletter's new flagship PV mounting system, to change the way steel solar mounting systems are designed
Industry intelligence service, A Word About Wind, highlights achievements of Lauren Wheatley as one of the wind industry's leading female figures.
Sami Grover for TreeHugger: Offshore wind energy has been growing like crazy in the last few decades—so much so that there's even talk of serious talk of multi-gigawatt offshore wind farms in the US in the not too distant future. But offshore wind has so far been limited to areas where the seafloor is relatively shallow, and where it's easy to build foundations for these gigantic turbines. Floating wind turbines are different. Instead of using fixed foundations, they are anchored to the sea floor using cables. And that means they can be located in deeper waters, opening up many more areas where wind conditions are favorable and concerns about views and/or bird migration routes are less relevant. Alongside opening up new areas for development, the other major advantage of floating turbines—once they are being developed at scale—could also be reduced costs. Cont'd...
Prysmian Group, world leader in the energy and telecom cable systems industry, has been awarded two new contracts for offshore wind farms in Germany (Merkur OWF) and Denmark (Horns Rev 3 OWF).
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Solar & Wind - Featured Product
Joyce Solar Actuators are designed to precisely position smaller solar tracking equipment. Their robust and efficient DC motor (24V or 36V) keeps power consumption to a minimum. Travel speeds remain nearly constant regardless of the load. Ideal for rugged environments common to the solar industry, these cost-effective SA actuators have an IP65 protection rating. Self-locking features in the mechanism ensure that the solar actuator will hold position throughout the daily tracking cycle. Specifications: • Double clevis mounting for easy installation • Clutch for overload protection • Adjustable limit switches for flexible travel settings • Reed sensor digital feedback for accurate positioning • Duty cycle is 25% (4 min. running, 12 min. rest) • Lubricated for life