Parker Showcases KleenVent line of Closed-Loop Cooling System Add-on Solution for 1.5MW Wind Turbines at AWEA

Designed for wind turbines using a water/glycol cooling sytem, the Parker KleenVent closed loop solution eliminates required maintenance and the related downtime previously required to restore cooling fluid mix levels. KleenVent effectively eliminates water evaporation in the legacy cooling system by containing the water vapor in a closed loop add-on design, and condensing it back into a liquid to maintain a constant water-glycol ratio maintenance to optimize the IGBT cooling systems efficiencies.

InnoEnergy launches Game-Changing Impact programme with The GC Index

Initiative to bridge the gap between education and enterprise to support Europe's sustainable energy future

Research aims to protect eagles from wind turbines

New research from Oregon State University will aim to make eagles less likely to collide with wind-turbine blades.

Solar Industry Tells CPUC It Has Major Concerns with Southern California Edison's Proposed Investments

Today, the Solar Energy Industries Association (SEIA) and Vote Solar filed testimony with the California Public Utilities Commission on Southern California Edison's grid modernization proposal and issued the following statements. CPUC is weighing SCE's grid plan which is part of its general rate case proposal filed last fall.

NEXTracker Delivers Advanced Tracker Technology to Largest Solar Power Plant in Western Hemisphere

This grid-connected project of over 750 megawatts will deliver energy to the Northern Mexico region under a long-term contract. Scheduled to enter commercial operation by mid-2018, NEXTracker has shipped over 200 MW to the project site to date.

American wind power reports best first quarter since 2009

America's wind power workforce installed 908 utility-scale turbines in the first quarter of 2017, totaling 2,000 megawatts (MW) of capacity. This is the wind industry's strongest start in eight years, according to a new report released today by the American Wind Energy Association (AWEA).

Solar FlexRack Selected for SunShare Community Solar Project Pipeline in Minnesota

"We are pleased to have the opportunity to work with SunShare, an organization committed to a higher standard of quality in the community solar projects they construct," said Steve Daniel, EVP of Solar FlexRack.

Designing and Building "Solar Ready"

Long Island professionals learn how design impacts solar installations

The Annual Installed Capacity of Global Distributed Solar PV is Expected to Exceed 429 GW by 2026, According to Navigant Research

Key emerging trends expected to shape the trajectory of distributed solar PV include price drops, changes in financial incentives, and emerging business models, report finds

PVinsights: Upstream Components Rebound as FiT Deadline Boost China Demand

Amid strengthening Chinese domestic demand, overall polysilicon prices rise for the first time after experiencing a month of severe price reductions. In March, polysilicon prices in China had dropped more than 25% that caused many suppliers to suffer. However, as demand in China reviving in late-April, polysilicon suppliers soon react to increase the prices in order to compensate the loss in the previous month. While in overseas markets, polysilicon price stay still this week, as the demand recovery in overseas market is not as noticeable as in China. However, the downward trend is temporarily creased thanks to the aid of rising polysilicon prices in China. As the result, overall polysilicon prices rebound this week following the gain in polysilicon prices in China.

WHAT WILL BREXIT MEAN FOR THE RENEWABLE AND LOW CARBON ENERGY SECTORS?

Brexit will come under the conference spotlight at All-Energy 2017 - the UK's largest renewable and low carbon energy exhibition and conference. Being held in Glasgow at the Scottish Event Campus (SEC, formerly SECC) on 10 and 11 May, All-Energy has selected Brexit as the topic of the opening plenary conference session on the second action-packed day of the show.

MaxGen Energy Services Appoints Solar Executive Michael Eyman as Vice President, Business Development

MaxGen Energy Services, the leading independent solar operations and maintenance (O&M) company in the U.S, serving a large fleet of distributed generation (DG) and utility-scale solar power plants, announced today that it has appointed solar industry executive Michael Eyman as Vice President of Business Development.

ZAF Energy Systems Motors into Commercialization with Field Testing by Top 10 US Commercial Trucking Company

Leading commercial trucking manufacturer eyeing nickel zinc batteries as possible lead acid battery replacement

New Study Shows Renewable Natural Gas in Transportation Can Create Up to 130,000 Jobs and Generate Nearly $14 Billion in Economic Benefits for California

Converting Waste to Power Trucks Will Fuel California's Economy

Industry Groups Ask Secretary Perry for Study of Electricity Markets and Reliability to be 'Open and Transparent' Process

AEE, AWEA, SEIA note that low natural gas prices and slow demand growth are responsible for coal and nuclear plant retirements, not renewable energy growth

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