Energy Acuity's 2015 Wind Energy Report Examines New Operating Capacity, Wind Energy Projects, and the Top Developers Involved.
Global panels are recorded at new lows as evidence of uneven supply and demand in the biggest solar market fuels pessimism that it continues to deteriorate the oversupply further by way of additional capacity and the demand weakness by the restricted FIT policy. Nevertheless, the drop of solar panel prices this week is more tenderly this week due to the limited declines in the Chinese and Indian markets. As 2nd tier Chinese module makers have dominated the prices disruption in China, India, and the emerging countries, where no punitive tariffs were enforced, the module prices have slumped more than 5% in the past three weeks. The flexibility for Chinese module makers to offer slashed prices has become less after the sharp fall, resulting the solar panel prices in China and India decline more slightly this week.
Two Master's students on KIC InnoEnergy's MSc SELECT programme have been selected to compete in the final of the MIT Climate CoLab Grand Challenge after their project achieved the most votes in the Energy Supply 2016 category.
U.S. Battery's New 8VGCi XC2 8-Volt Offers A Performance Upgrade That Fits Perfectly With Hydrolink™ Single Point Watering Systems
Santa Monica startup founders combine biz and engineering expertise to develop high-performance EV battery systems
Lucas Mearian for ComputerWorld: Five million roofs are replaced each year in the U.S., so instead of simply swapping out old shingles with new ones, why not turn the whole roof into a solar power generator that's integrated with your home's electrical utility? That is SolarCity's plan for a new product it expects to begin producing next year, according to statements made during the company's second-quarter earnings calllast week. During the call, SolarCity Chief Technology Officer Peter Rive alluded to a new product that would be produced at the soon to open Buffalo, N.Y., solar panel manufacturing facility. Then SolarCity co-founder and Chairman Elon Musk interjected and said the product would be a solar roof, "as opposed to a [solar] module on a roof." Cont'd...
With 421.76 MW installed in 2015, Baker Electric, Inc. ranked #9 on the overall 2016 Top 500 Solar Contactors List, #1 on the Top 20 Solar Electrical Subcontractors List, and #8 on the Top 50 Utility Contractors List.
Global Clean Energy Signs LED Distribution Agreements and Rolls Out its Dollar-LED-Club and Lifetime Warranty Program
With this agreement, GCE has all supply chains and logistics in place to launch its programs commencing with its Dollar-LED-Club, its Lifetime Warranty program and support its product expansion plan. "Lighting is the perfect medium to insert the other smart connectivity products to fill the house, because you use light everywhere," stated Philip Smallwood, the director of L.E.D. and lighting research for Silicon Valley-based Strategies Unlimited.
In its August 15 Emissions Reduction and Capacity Replacement second amendment filing, NV Energy requested that the Public Utilities Commission of Nevada approve a new 100-megawatt solar project in Boulder City, Nevada and an earlier retirement date for the remaining 257-megawatt unit at the Reid Gardner Generating Station.
Company Demonstrates Unique Capabilities of the Direct Wafer® Process to Grow Thin Wafers with Thick Border
The LumiSun-50™ high power, multi-wavelength LED Solar Simulator that meets Class AAA solar simulator requirements of IEC 60904-9 for spectral match, uniformity of irradiance, and temporal stability. Primary applications for the LumiSun-50 are terrestrial photovoltaic testing and PV research.
Registration Discount Offered for Premier Conference on Gasification, Syngas and Methanol Industries
The Gasification and Syngas Technologies Council (GSTC) is offering a special early-bird registration discount for the 2016 Gasification and Syngas Technologies Conference. The prestigious event will run Oct. 16-19 in Vancouver, Canada. GSTC is offering the discount to those registering by Sept. 9.
JAKE LINGEMAN for AutoWeek: Aim for those bumps; save the planet. Audi is working on a new suspension system called eROT (electromechanical rotary damper) that turns the kinetic energy of damper travel into usable, fuel-saving power. “Every pothole, every bump, every curve induces kinetic energy in the car. Today’s dampers absorb this energy, which is lost in the form of heat,” said Dr. Stefan Knirsch, board member for technical development at Audi AG. “With the new electromechanical damper system in the 48-volt electrical system, we put this energy to use. It also presents us and our customers with entirely new possibilities for adjusting the suspension.” The electromechanical dampers are arranged horizontally and feed electricity from the motion -- 100 to 150 watts on an average road during testing in Germany -- to a lithium-ion battery. A DC converter connects the 48-volt electrical subsystem to the 12-volt primary. Cont'd...
Powin Energy names Geoffrey Brown president
Phys.org: University of Delaware researchers report in a new study that offshore wind may be more powerful, yet more turbulent than expected in the North Eastern United States. The findings, published in a paper in the Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres, could have important implications for the future development of offshore wind farms in the U.S., including the assessment of how much wind power can be produced, what type of turbines should be used, how many turbines should be installed and the spacing between each. The study, led by Cristina Archer at UD and Brian Colle at Stony Brook University, analyzed historical data from 2003-2011 at the Cape Wind tower located near the center of Nantucket Sound off the coast of Martha's Vineyard, Massachusetts, and collected complementary data at the same location in 2013-2014. Co-authors on the paper, titled "On the predominance of unstable atmospheric conditions in the marine boundary layer offshore of the U.S. northeastern coast," include UD professors Dana Veron and Fabrice Veron, and Matthew Sienkiewicz from Stony Brook. The paper's main finding is that atmospheric conditions around Cape Wind are predominantly turbulent, or unstable, which is in stark contrast to prevailing data from European offshore wind farms in the Baltic Sea and the North Sea. European studies of offshore wind document that atmospheric conditions there are predominantly neutral— meaning neither too windy nor too still, but somewhere in the middle, with unstable wind conditions occurring only 20 percent of the time. Cont'd...
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