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Preparing For NEC 2017

NEC 2017 690.12 is a listed provision for module level control on PV arrays installed on or in buildings, but its implementation was delayed. That provision goes live in January 2019, updating the PV Rapid Shutdown System (PVRSS) requirements.

Cloud County Community College Goes Solar

New solar energy courses—spurred by the installation of a new on-campus solar site—will train students for high-tech, high-wage jobs in the exciting, emerging solar industry through innovative teaching and educational partnerships.

Gridsolv Energy Storage Solution

GridSolv consists of one ISO 40’ container and includes batteries, a safety system, fire suppression system, power distribution and air conditioning system.

Pulling the Strings: a Look at the Latest Trends in Utility Solar Farm Designs and How Their Efficiency Can Be Improved

As energy costs increase and governments offer incentives for increased use of renewable energy, utilities are building more large solar farms, and pushing to increase their efficiency.

The Sense Home Energy Monitor

Sense tracks energy usage in the entire home and for many customers it's eye opening. You can track what's on, what's off and how much energy they are using.

Meeting Air Quality Standards During the Manufacturing Process

Meeting air quality standards requires a broad look at a company's operations as well as continual monitoring of emissions, pollution control plans and changes in air quality standards themselves.

DLS Converts 2 Million Pounds of Label Waste into Clean Energy

DLS, a national label converter, finds a cost-effective waste management solution that saves 2 million pounds of label matrix annually from reaching landfills while providing a clean burning fuel source for energy companies.

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American Wind Week 2018 kicks off

Wind power supporters organize nearly 30 events nationwide in recognition of U.S. leadership in wind power and its benefits

REC Launches World's First n-Type Mono Solar Panel with Twin Design

The new panel breaks fresh ground for REC and the industry: this is the first solar panel to combine n-type mono half-cut cells with a twin-panel design, and promises excellent power output of up to 330 watt peak allied to lasting performance.

Engineers pioneer greener and cheaper technique for biofuel production

This is a major breakthrough in metabolic engineering and exhibits a foundational milestone in sustainable and cost-effective production of renewable biofuels and chemicals.

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Ballard Supplies Infintium With Fuel Cell Stacks to Power Material Handling Equipment for Daimler

Ballard Power Systems today congratulates Infintium, Inc. - part of the Dare Group, a public company listed on the Shenzhen Stock Exchange - on its announcement that the Company is now providing Hydrogen Power Cell fuel cell systems to Daimler.

2019 Keeling Curve Prize recognizes dynamic global warming solutions

Innovators working anywhere in the world to reduce greenhouse gas emissions or promote carbon uptake can apply at www.kcurveprize.org starting Dec. 1

Onshore Wind: Breaking down the barriers

Natural Power's Principal Consultant Euan Hutchison will be moderating the session 'Breaking down barriers: what next for the onshore industry?' at RenewableUK's Onshore Wind conference on 27th November at the EICC, Edinburgh.

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US Battery - Solar RE L16XC Renewable Energy Battery

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Emily Folk - Contributing Author

Emily Folk - Contributing Author

Emily is an environmental writer, covering topics in renewable energy and sustainability. She is also the editor of Conservation Folks.