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How to Build a Business Case for a Smart Energy Solution

We’ve reached the point where the question should be when and not if companies should start looking into optimizing their energy consumption. However, an alarmingly small amount have begun to make the change.

California Will Hit Climate Targets More Than 100 Years Too Late If Current Pace of Emissions Reductions Holds

Eleventh annual California Green Innovation Index finds state climate goals in question without major policy and technology breakthroughs to dramatically accelerate emissions decline.

Software Is Changing The Solar Power Industry: Here’s 5 Reasons Why

With advanced technology, companies have embarked on an energy software development process that has enabled companies and individuals to control how energy is produced, circulated, and used.

Laws Helping to Tackle Carbon Emissions

As of June 27th, 2019, the UK government became the first major economy in the world to draft legislation pinpointing an end date to carbon emissions.

Energy to Go

No matter if it’s a flashlight or a Tesla: They don’t work without a battery. But what is the battery technology of the future? Researchers all over the world are looking for new solutions.

Is Nuclear Energy Still Viable?

Our aging nuclear plants need to be replaced but the new ones fail to compete on price with natural gas and renewable sources such as wind and solar energy.

MassRobotics, MassCEC Bring the Worlds of Robotics and Clean Energy Together

"The cleantech sector is ideal for robotics innovation. We believe disruptive ideas will come from startups committed to solving energy challenges using robots, and we want to provide an environment for them at MassRobotics"

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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.

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.

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New Cementex YouTube Channel Features Demonstrations and Educational Videos

Learn how to use tools and equipment safely and productively

Ballard Receives PO From BEHALA For 3 x 100kW Fuel Cell Modules to Power German Push Boat

Ballard Power Systems today announced receipt of a purchase order for 3 of its FCveloCity® 100 kilowatt (kW) fuel cell modules from Berlin-based BEHALA

Nearmap and OpenSolar create a one-stop product for solar installers to sell, map and design their next project

The Nearmap on OpenSolar platform combines high resolution vertical and oblique aerial imagery with remote solar design software in a game-changing way that helps installers win more customers

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Experience Single Brand Simplicity with SystemEdge from OutBack Power.
Experience Single Brand Simplicity with SystemEdge from OutBack Power.

Experience Single Brand Simplicity with SystemEdge from OutBack Power.

Each pre-bundled package is designed to make solar plus energy storage easy. By combining OutBack's most popular FLEXpower pre-wired systems with matched OutBack energy storage, SystemEdge takes the guesswork out of installing solar plus storage. Every SystemEdge package includes a FLEXpower factory pre-wired system, application-specific EnergyCell batteries and racking, FLEXware ICS Plus combiner and all the necessary connection hardware.

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Emily Folk - Contributing Author

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