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.

Solar Energy Storage Market is Expected to Cross An Annual Installation of 3 GW by 2025

Industrial inclination favoring the installation of energy storage solutions coupled with the lowering cost related to implementations will foster solar energy storage industry share over the projected time period.

USTR Rushes to Judgment on Bifacial Exemption

Following is a statement from SEIA's President and CEO Abigail Ross Hopper regarding the Office of the U.S. Trade Representative's decision to impose tariffs on bifacial solar panels:

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.

Wind Turbines - Safe Operation After Expired Service Life

As wind farms age, an increasing number of turbine operators are confronted with crucial business decisions. Should the turbines be decommissioned? Will replacement bring a benefit?

Providing Clean Energy to 7.7 Billion People in <30 Years

On the supply side we need to look at the notion of generate local, consume local. We can begin building micro-grids, or smaller fractal, self-similar grids that are composed into a larger grid infrastructure in economic industrial centers.

Should You Buy or Lease Solar Panels?

Leasing is primarily cheaper in the short run and more expensive in the long run. The down payment is either very small or non-existent. And if you do decide to lease, you'll be in good company: more than 70% of those who installed solar panels in 2014 did so through leasing

Energy Trading: Blockchain Energy Market

The growth of the blockchain in energy market is mainly driven by the rising security concerns across the globe, need to manage infrastructure and other business functions through high transaction speeds and immutability, and increasing popularity in the energy sector.

C4V Driven Technology to Scale Manufacturing of Lithium Ion Batteries

C4V Chemistry is a phosphate-based composite cathode that utilises low-cost materials, molecular doping of lithium rich bio-mineral in super-cell of crystal structure.

Diversity & Inclusion Cuts Through Noise of North America's Largest Solar Trade Show

As part of the solar industry's commitment to promoting a diverse and inclusive workforce, customer base and supply chain, SPI and NASEW 2019 featured an array of new programming to address and discuss diversity & inclusion challenges.

National 3iAward Winners and Energy Heroes Honored by IREC at Solar Power International

"Their work is creating new opportunities and setting new standards in states and communities across the U.S.," added Ken Jurman, IREC board member and chair of the 3iAwards Committee.

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