Strategic advances in America's growing low carbon energy revolution bring economic and environmental benefits in an "All-of-the-Above" energy world. It is the highlight of Texas Renewables 2013.
BTEC continues its educational webinar series with a session on November 6, 2013 that delves into the applications of biomass thermal technologies and the U.S. Green Building Program's LEED program.
The target, which is the largest of its kind worldwide, is set to increase California's installed energy storage capacity six fold from its current 35 MW (excluding large-scale pumped hydro storage).
Designed to install solar arrays on composition/asphalt shingle roofs
Sacramento Municipal Utility District (SMUD) Visualizes Smart Grid with Space-Time Insight's Situational Intelligence Software
Correlation and Analysis of Smart Meter, Distribution, Outage, and Environmental Data Leads to Faster, Smarter Decisions
State utilities commission amps up energy storage technology
Construction is expected to begin in late 2014, with completion in late 2016.
Conveniently power up smartphones and other small electronics on the go.
The Grand Renewable Solar Project is Canada's largest photovoltaic ("PV") project
The output will power 1500 average households in North Carolina and will reduce 10,000 tons of carbon dioxide annually.
MOTECH to Unveil New Generation, High Efficiency Monocrystalline Cell At Solar Power Industry Meeting and International Press Conference
New technology delivers peak efficiency over 20.5% for increased value
Leading Solar Power and Clean Technology Companies to Hold Fire-Side Chats and Investor Meetings
Including a 30kW string inverter, 800kW central inverter, and 16 string combiner box with string level monitoring.
In a bold move being closely watched by utilities, environmentalists and the clean technology industry, California adopted the nation's first energy storage mandate for utilities Thursday. State regulators with the California Public Utilities Commission, meeting in Redding, unanimously approved Commissioner Carla Peterman's groundbreaking proposal that requires PG&E, Southern California Edison and San Diego Gas & Electric to expand their capacity to store electricity, including renewable energy generated from solar and wind. "The decision lays out an energy storage procurement policy guided by three principals: optimization of the grid, integration of renewable energy and reduction of greenhouse gas emissions," said Peterman, a rising star who was appointed to the agency by Gov. Jerry Brown in late 2012. The state's three investor-owned utilities must collectively buy 1.3 gigawatts, or 1,325 megawatts, of energy storage capacity by the end of 2020--or roughly enough energy to supply nearly 1 million homes. The ambitious 1.3 gigawatts is a capacity target, because different storage technologies have different rates at which they can accept and discharge energy, and the mandate aims to be technology neutral.
Cloud-based commerce platform that simplifies solar supply chain one of ten finalists
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Soiling of the panel glass is one of the major problems in the rapidly expanding solar energy market, with the attendant loss of efficiency and reduction in performance ratios. Now, there's a new, simple and very cost-effective alternative. Based on Kipp & Zonen's unique Optical Soiling Measurement (OSM) technology, DustIQ can be easily added to new or existing solar arrays and integrated into plant management systems. The unit is mounted to the frame of a PV panel and does not need sunlight to operate. It continuously measures the transmission loss through glass caused by soiling, so that the reduction in light reaching the solar cells can be calculated.