WAVE AND TIDAL RULES SUPREME AT ALL-ENERGY 2016

With over 70 wave and tidal sector speakers, including three compelling keynote addresses, over the course of the two days, All-Energy 2016 (SECC, Glasgow, UK; 4-5 May) is hosting an all embracing series of sessions on this emerging force in renewable energy.

PVinsights: The rebound of polysilicon extends despite the weakening downstream

Polysilicon price continues to advance this week despite the weak downstream performance. The demand in China booms due to the extensive expansion plans of downstream wafer makers. Meanwhile, the supply in China has been relatively limited due to the imposition of high tariff on the US polysilicon imports. Moreover, the Chinese government recently initiates the investigation on the smuggling polysilicon from entering the Chinese market, which lead the procurement of polysilicon to become more difficult.

PTEC, A WORLD LEADING TIDAL POWER PROJECT, RECEIVES APPROVAL

The Marine Management Organisation (MMO) has today granted its approval of the offshore elements of PTEC, a transformational 30MW tidal power project. The onshore part of the project was approved by the local planning authority last year. PTEC is now the largest consented tidal stream energy project in England and Wales.

Riding Solar Demand, Ecoppia Opens Mass Production Facility in India

Ecoppia E4 Robots in their docking station: Demand for Ecoppia's smart utility-PV cleaning technology has seen a large increase in demand

SUNRNR Participates in White House Briefing on Climate Change, Energy Policy

SUNRNR of Virginia is participating in a White House Business Council and Business Forward briefing. Severe weather impacts and stimulating investment in new energy products are topics on the agenda.

WattJoule Develops Cost Breakthrough for Liquid Energy Storage

WattJoule Corporation, a developer of next-generation liquid electrical energy storage systems, has developed and built a new system demonstrating a major industry cost breakthrough. The new storage platform is called ElectriStor™ and will be offered to system integrators as the preferred core component for storing large amounts of solar and wind energy. 
One of the major barriers preventing the widespread adoption of large-scale energy storage has been cost. WattJoule has engineered the ElectriStor™ platform based on the redox flow battery concept where electricity is stored in a liquid. WattJoule's proprietary liquid electrolyte is mostly water, and the company has developed a new, inexpensive process to make it in large quantities. Early liquid energy storage systems have suffered from a number of technical and cost limitations. Recently there have been several technical breakthroughs to overcome these constraints. WattJoule has both developed and exclusively licensed key technologies that, in combination, dramatically lower energy storage costs to $150 per kilowatt-hour in its first-generation energy storage product.   Full Press Release:  
 

InspecTools, Inc. announces new strategic partnership with Vestas in North America

Selection of InspecTools as provider of drone inspection systems reinforces InspecTools' leadership position in the drone inspection market.

Fuel Cell and Hydrogen Energy Association Members to Showcase Range of Products at Hannover Messe

Members full spectrum of fuel cell and hydrogen technology supply chain at global event featuring President Obama.

IREC Opens 3iAwards Annual Search to Recognize Best in Nation Innovation. Ingenuity. Inspiration.

The IREC 3iAwards honor innovation, ingenuity and inspiration from the nation's best in both renewable energy and energy efficiency.

China lull behind quiet quarter for global clean energy investment

Global clean energy investment dropped in Q1 2016, despite mega-financings in UK and Norwegian wind, due to a slowdown in China and a dearth of public market equity raises

Australia - smart energy and m2m

Smart energy signifies a system that is more integrated and scalable, and which extends throughout the distribution system - from businesses and homes and back to the sources of energy.

Smart Grid, Storage and Efficiency Companies Raise $375 Million in Venture Capital in Q1 2016

Smart Grid companies receive $110 million; Battery/Storage companies receive $54 million; Energy Efficiency companies raise $211 million

Final countdown for largest ever Geothermal Conference in Iceland

Iceland Geothermal Conference is promising an exciting set of events, presentations, field trips and social occasions. Bringing together more than 600 participants from more than 50 countries, it will be Iceland's largest geothermal event ever.

ABB and Solar Impulse show that a clean energy future is achievable now

By flying halfway around the world on solar power alone, Solar Impulse has already proven that it is possible to produce a stable, 24/7 electricity supply using only renewable energy.

Why companies like: Google and Walmart are buying so much wind power

Brady Dennis for The Washington Post:  The U.S. wind energy industry had a memorable 2015, from installing thousands of new turbines across the country to supporting a growing number of jobs.

But perhaps one of the most noteworthy brights spots of the past year, according to an annual report released Tuesday by the American Wind Energy Association (AWEA), was the growing demand for wind energy from major corporations. High-tech firms such as Google Energy, Facebook and Amazon Web Services, as well as more traditional companies such as Procter & Gamble, General Motors, Walmart and Dow Chemical, have signed contracts to purchase increasing amounts of wind energy in coming years.

Corporations and other non-utility customers — including some municipalities and universities  — accounted for more than half of the wind power capacity sold through so-called power purchase agreements in 2015, according to the AWEA. The group said that corporate and other non-utility buyers have signed contracts for more than 4,500 megawatts of wind power capacity, or enough to power the equivalent of about 1.2 million American homes.  Cont'd...

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