World's first consent for kite power technology

Renewable energy consultancy, Natural Power, has secured what is believed to be the world's first planning consent for a kite power technology test and development site. The application was made on behalf of Kite Power Solutions (KPS) for the test and development site to be located within the MoD West Freugh Range, operated by QinetiQ on behalf of MoD, near Stranraer in Dumfries and Galloway, Scotland.

Northern Power Systems confirms commitment to North American market and strengthens commercial leadership

Northern Power Systems Corp. (TSX: NPS), a next generation renewable energy technology company, has confirmed its commitment to the North American distributed generation market with the announcement of two significant changes to its commercial leadership team

OutBack Power and altE Store Team up to Teach Massachusetts Solar Installers and Residents about Home Energy Storage

New Massachusetts law makes the state the third to mandate energy storage; OutBack and altE are offering their first free class on October 11th in Boxborough.

Pika Energy's PV Link™ Substring Optimizer Receives ETL Listing to UL-1741 Standard

The PV Link substring optimizer is a DC/DC power converter that provides maximum power point tracking for up to nine solar modules simultaneously, connecting them to the REbus™ 380VDC Nanogrid.

DP ENERGY AIMS FOR FINANCIAL CLOSE END Q1 2017 ON PORT AUGUSTA RENEWABLE ENERGY PARK

Hot on the heels of the announcement, in early August, that DP Energy had received Development Approval from the South Australian Government for their hybrid wind and solar Port Augusta Renewable Energy Park, Catherine Way, Business Development Manager, DP Energy Australia, speaking at the inaugural All-Energy Australia Investor Breakfast (Melbourne: Wednesday 5 October) announced: "We are aiming for financial close by the end of Q1 2017 and are in the process of appointing financial and legal advisors".

GEM Energy starts construction on 2-megawatt solar array for Ohio Northern University

Construction is beginning on a 2-megawatt solar array that will supply electricity to Ohio Northern University.The solar field will generate about 10 percent of ONU's annual electricity needs, reducing ONU's carbon footprint by over 2,200 tons, equal to 210 average households. Under a 25-year power purchase agreement, ONU will purchase electricity directly from the array without needing to invest capital in the array's construction and maintenance.

ATI Expands Tracker Manufacturing Capabilities in Mexico to Supply Growing Market

Solar dominates Mexico's renewable energy auction yet again

Governor Cuomo announces CleanCapital as 43North finalist

On Monday, October 3 New York Governor Andrew Cuomo announced CleanCapital as one of the 16 finalists for 43North, the world's largest business idea competition. CleanCapital will now compete in front of a panel of expert judges in Buffalo to win 43North's top cash prize of $1 million.

Marine Group Boat Works Chooses Baker Electric Solar to Support Its Goal of Being a Zero-emission Boatbuilder

Baker Electric Solar has designed and installed a 482.98kW rooftop solar system for Marine Group Boat Works. Energy cost savings projected at 81% annually.

3DIcon Corporation Completes Share Exchange Agreement With Coretec Industries LLC

3DIcon Corporation has closed a share exchange agreement between the Company and Coretec Industries. Coretec is now a wholly-owned subsidiary of 3DIcon. The combined patent portfolio has market applications such as battery energy storage, solid-state lighting, solar energy and printable electronics.

ABB and Aibel to Partner on Offshore Wind Connections

Aibel to take turnkey Engineering, Procurement and Construction responsibility for offshore platforms ABB to focus on delivering core high voltage direct current technology

NABCEP Announces New Executive Director

The Board of Directors of the North American Board of Certified Energy Practitioners (NABCEP) announced today the selection of Shawn O'Brien as its next Executive Director.

SolarEdge Presents Expanded PV Solutions at All-Energy

Additions to its leading StorEdge solution to meet growing demand for storage

Pika Islanding Inverter™ Receives ETL Listing to UL-1741 Standard

The Pika Energy Island™ system, a single-inverter residential solar-plus-storage system featuring the patented REbus™ plug-and-play 380VDC nanogrid, is shipping now to North American customers.

Using Industry 4.0 Know-how, North German Region is Going 100% Renewable: Test Run for the Energy Transition

As of 1 December 2016, an energy system of the future will be developed in Northern Germany as part of the large-scale project NEW 4.0. From 2035, around 4.5 million residents in the federal states of Hamburg and Schleswig-Holstein will be provided with power by renewable energy sources alone.

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