Heliogen and Bloom Energy Lead the Way to Produce Low-Cost, Green Hydrogen Following Successful Demonstration

Longer run time and steam generation through concentrated solar, combined with high-temperature electrolysis, unlock low-cost hydrogen production

Purdue researchers test 3D concrete printing system as part of NSF-funded project

Transitioning to clean wind energy could become more cost-efficient as Purdue University researchers test a new technology created by an international startup to anchor offshore wind turbines.

Solar Energy Infrastructure: Is It Cyber Secure?

Increasing the production of solar energy comes with specific security concerns. Before evaluating the safety of a smart grid, individuals must assess the technology's structure and functions.

NREL, Mines Insight Could Lead to Better Silicon Solar Panels

The lessons learned at the atomic level could lead to improvements in the way manufacturers strengthen their products against what is known as light-induced degradation.

ENEL BEGINS BAT DETERRENT TRIAL AT SOUTH AFRICAN WIND PLANT

Bat Deterrent Systems were installed on three of the plant's 37 Nordex turbines by Nordex technicians, following remote guidance from NRG's Technical Services team. This is the second trial of NRG's Bat Deterrent System in South Africa.

NREL Pinpoints Method for Moving Larger Wind Turbine Blades Across Country

Manufacturing blades that can bend with "controlled flexing" will allow railroads to ship longer blades around the United States. Because of bends, twists, and turns in railroad lines, the upper limit for transporting single-piece land-based blades by rail is currently 75 meters.

CAREFUL POLICY DESIGN COULD UNLOCK MASSIVE ROOFTOP SOLAR MARKET AROUND THE WORLD

New BloombergNEF and Schneider Electric report finds rooftop solar market still largely untapped with potential to exceed 2,000 gigawatts of solar and 1,000 gigawatt-hours of energy storage by 2050

Why Are Environmental Tests Crucial for Solar Power Success?

Many leading solar panel manufacturers guarantee their products for 25 years. However, investigations show that the equipment often fails much sooner than that. Researchers sought to find out why.

How photovoltaic glass can be used to cut harmful emissions

This versatility means that PV glass can be used for several different applications to help individuals and businesses reduce their energy costs by replacing conventional glass in buildings, vehicles and other structures.

Wind Catching Systems launches floating offshore wind technology

The technology increases efficiency, cuts acreage use by 80% and reduces production costs, which will enable floating offshore wind to produce electricity at bottom fixed prices.

How Are Supply Chain Issues Impacting Renewables?

There's a growing interest in green energy and associated technologies. Individuals, companies and government leaders are starting to realize that investing in renewables makes sense currently and in the future. However, supply chain challenges could stifle adoption rates.

Cities Helping Solar Become Available to Low-Income Homes

Low-income community members can also access affordable solar power when utilizing tax incentives. Part of Biden's two trillion-dollar funding through the Build Back Better plan supports tax credit extensions.

What Is the Carbon Footprint of Wind Turbines?

Until America develops enough renewable power to support all industrial production, turbines may continue generating atmospheric pollution. Over time, professionals predict the effects will decrease as society transitions away from fossil fuel-reliant energy.

Top Trending Technologies to Redefine Solar Power in the Near Future

The solar energy industry is supposed to introduce many exciting solar panel technologies to refurbish the growth chart post the pandemic.

Can Perovskite Make Solar Power More Efficient?

The vast majority of solar panel semiconductors today consist mostly of silicon, which has limited efficiency. But in the past few years, a potential alternative has emerged. Perovskite.

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QuickBOLT has always believed solar mounting could be easier. How do they work toward that belief?

QuickBOLT has always believed solar mounting could be easier. How do they work toward that belief?

They have been changing the game for 10 years with their original Top Mount line for Asphalt Shingle roofs, and by now supplying one of the widest ranges of solar mounts in North America. From their patented products, to the custom production services they offer, QuickBOLT has been working with solar installers for nearly a decade to make solar installations easier than ever before.