A Rise in Solar Powered Farms Shines Light on Need for Security Measures

With the influx of large solar farms being developed in the Ivanpah Valley, developers will need to look at security measures to protect their assets. A wide area thermal surveillance system like HGH Infrared System's Spynel could help in monitoring these vast and remote desert areas.

Solano Community College District Celebrates 2.8-Megawatts of SunPower Solar Power Systems

The systems are expected to generate enough electricity to meet as much as 50 percent or more of annual electricity demand at the three sites.

Trina Solar and ANU Jointly Develop High Efficiency Solar Cell

Marks Highest Efficiency for a Back Contact Silicon Solar Cell

ReneSola Announces "Made in Japan" OEM Module Production Plan

Production is scheduled to begin in April 2014.

ET Solar Builds Large Scale Solar Power Projects in UK

The 8.4 MWp solar project is close to the village of Bridgewater in Somerset, about 40 miles southwest of Bristol.

REA calls on Government to back binding national renewables targets for 2030 at EU Council Meetings

Ministers urged to back "renewables first" approach to ensure best deal for UK economy

IREC Calls for Comments on Standard for Clean Energy Certificate Programs

IREC has identified a need to differentiate between certification and certificate programs

BioConversion Solutions' New Biomass to Biogas System Provides Industry-Leading Profits

The Advanced Fluidized Co-Digestion and Co-Generation (AFC2) anaerobic process from BioConversion Solutions (BCS) provides up to 90 percent conversion of organic feedstock solids with no residual sludge. The AFC2 profitable and scalable biomass conversion process is designed for the agribusiness, food processing, commercial co-digestion, and waste management industries.

David MacKay to crowd-source pathway to 2050 emissions targets at IET lecture

Interactive presentation invites members of the audience to propose the changes they'd like to see delivered by energy policy, with the impacts revealed using DECC's 2050 energy calculator

Robert Holz joins GEM Energy solar team in Baldwinsville, NY

Robert Holz, of Baldwinsville, NY, has accepted the position of account executive-solar for GEM Inc.'s GEM Energy Division in Baldwinsville, NY.

Generating energy from waste

EU targets on waste mean the waste treatment sector is seeing sustained growth as nations look to enhance their infrastructure. Sustainability Live's David Copeland highlights how innovative British companies are driving progress in the waste-to-Energy (WtE) market, ahead of Energy Recovery 2014.

Building an energy efficient business

Energy efficiency is an overriding concern for organisations of all sizes and across every sector. Ahead of NEMEX 2014, Sustainability Live's David Copeland examines the factors driving demand for energy management and looks at some of the British companies driving technology innovation and energy e

Halogen Free Saf-D-Grid® DC Power Connector Available from Anderson Power Products®

The Saf-D-Grid® Ultra Short Receptacle is now being manufactured in a halogen free, high temperature housing material to meet equipment manufactures' desire to offer eco-friendly devices.

Morgan Advanced Materials Offers Carbon Brushes for Wind Turbines

Morgan Advanced Materials Electrical Carbon business announces that its range of carbon brushes are ideal for wind turbine applications, with new designs and materials that are resulting in longer brush life and increased generator uptime.

Morgan Advanced Materials offers quality slip rings that ensure superior wind turbine life and performance

Morgan Advanced Materials Electrical Carbon business announces that its quality engineered slip rings, can reduce down time and improve the life of equipment whilst reducing maintenance time and costs.

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Easy monitoring with weather sensors from Lufft

Easy monitoring with weather sensors from Lufft

Professional weather sensors form the heart of large solar plants supporting their operation and performance. Lufft was the first manufacturer to combine several sensors in one housing, bringing the largest multiparameter weather sensor family with 19 members into being. Many of them are well-suited for solar site assessment and continuous monitoring. The most commonly used one is the WS600 delivering data on temperature, air pressure, wind, relative humidity and precipitation. Through its open protocol, it can easily be attached to radiation sensors e.g. from Kipp&Zonen. Other models have an integrated Silicon, Second Class or Secondary Standard radiation sensor.