Metal Roof Solar Project Survives Category 5 Hurricane Winds

Just one month before Hurricane Otis made landfall, solar EPC "Energía Real" completed the solar photovoltaic installation of 538 Trina Solar 545W modules for a total installed capacity of 293 kWp, on the store's KR-18 sheet metal roof.

Effective operations and monitoring of distributed energy resources

Large-scale DER installations are undoubtedly a positive addition to the energy network, but their integration and management is more complex than that of individual, smaller scale DERs.

The Role of Renewable Diesel in Decarbonizing Heavy Transport

Renewable diesel is an important aspect of heavy-transport decarbonization, but not the only option to consider. Decision-makers thinking of adopting it should consider how easily they can source the fuel and whether availability supports their typical needs.

SEIA Statement on Biden Administration's Action to Support American Clean Energy Manufacturing

Following is a statement from Abigail Ross Hopper, president and CEO of the Solar Energy Industries Association (SEIA) on the administration's announcement

20 FINALISTS ANNOUNCED IN XPRIZE CARBON REMOVAL RACING TO REVERSE CLIMATE CHANGE

Offering $100 million to innovators who can create and demonstrate solutions that remove carbon dioxide (CO2) directly from the atmosphere or the oceans and sequester it durably and sustainably.

FIELDS AND THE SUN: AGRICULTURAL PV, AN OPPORTUNITY FOR THE ENERGY AND THE FARMING INDUSTRY

Shading and wind protection provided by solar panels reduces evaporation, and innovative solar panels have been developed that also collect rainwater for irrigation. This can benefit farming operations by boosting their resilience against crop failure.

Solar EV Charging to Bypass the Grid: A US$2.5 Billion Market by 2034, Says IDTechEx

The South African utility grid is subject to frequent load-shedding, periods when demand exceeds supply, and utility operators are forced to impose rolling black or brownouts of up to 50% capacity.

NREL Invites Robots To Help Make Wind Turbine Blades

Although robots have been used by the wind energy industry to paint and polish blades, automation has not been widely adopted. Research at the laboratory demonstrates the ability of a robot to trim, grind, and sand blades.

Stäubli continues to expand its North American manufacturing of solar PV components

Supports increased demand for domestically made, high-quality connectors and wire harnesses, driven in part by the US Inflation Reduction Act

NREL Proof of Concept Shows Path to Easier Recycling of Solar Modules

The use of femtosecond lasers to form glass-to-glass welds for solar modules would make the panels easier to recycle, according to a proof-of-concept study conducted by researchers at the U.S. Department of Energy's National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL).

Biden-Harris Administration Announces $7 Billion Solar for All Grants to Deliver Residential Solar, Saving Low-Income Americans $350 Million Annually and Advancing Environmental Justice Across America

EPA announces 60 selectees under Greenhouse Gas Reduction Fund grant competition to deliver solar to more than 900,000 low-income and disadvantaged households nationwide through the President's Investing in America agenda

What's holding back hydrogen? Making green hydrogen viable requires a global effort

Despite a constantly growing list of hydrogen-fueled projects across the energy, manufacturing and automotive sectors, the molecule's potential seems to be lagging.

The Transformative Power of Business Intelligence for Renewable Energy

BI encompasses the strategies and technologies used by companies for data analysis and management. Specifically for renewable energy, this means sifting through gigabytes of data from diverse sources: production metrics, market trends, regulatory compliance data, and more.

Origami Solar Announces Results of Third-Party Testing of Steel Solar Module Frames

Rigorous, Independent Testing Prove Steel Frames Pass Corrosion, Loading and Other Required Tests for Module Certification

Puerto Rico Can Reach Its 100% Renewable Energy Goal by 2050

NREL Led PR100 Study That Modeled Possible Scenarios Built on Stakeholder Priorities of Energy Affordability, Resilience and Reliability, Land Use, and Economic Benefits

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