Wind Energy v. Solar Energy: Which is a Better Renewable for Your Commercial Farm?

While both technologies offer their own advantages, specific factors like your budget, land availability, and available financial incentives, will determine which solution is more advantageous to you.

Sungrow Shares 10 Major Technological Trends in Renewable Energy Industry

With an investment of 2.45 billion yuan (approximately 347 million) in R&D throughout 2023, the company stands at the forefront of technological innovation. Embracing their brand-new tagline "Bridge to a Sustainable Future".

Geothermal model gives key insights into extracting renewable energy from superhot, super deep rock

Geothermal energy from the superhot rock miles below our feet has the potential to become a major player in the energy transition, but first we need to develop ways to not only access those rocks, but also extract their heat.

Ensuring Solar Connector Safety & Performance Through High Quality Equipment & Proper Installation

There are countless decisions one needs to make when installing a new solar power system, many of which revolve around crucial cost and quality outcomes. The end user wants to save money where they can, but also wants to be sure they're getting the highest quality.

The Next Big Disruption? How Advanced Seismic Imaging Could Impact the Energy Market

Advanced seismic imaging is revolutionizing the energy sector by enabling precise resource identification and optimizing extraction processes. This technology not only enhances efficiency but also paves the way for sustainable energy practices.

Planning, Designing and Operating Microgrids

Just putting solar PV panels, batteries, chargers and generators out there and saying this is the size you need because this is how much you consume, isn't going to get you what you want. You have to be mindful of how these systems are going to get orchestrated together.

Energy Vault and Skidmore, Owings & Merrill (SOM) Announce Exclusive Global Gravity Energy Storage Partnership to Integrate Energy Storage into Building Design

EVu is a superstructure tower design, which improves unit economics and enables GESS integration into tall buildings through the use of a hollowed structure with heights over 300 meters, and up to 1,000 meters tall.

Due Diligence 101-Part 4: Decoding Solar Farm System Design

This is the fourth in our series on important things to keep in mind when performing technical due diligence on a solar asset.

Due Diligence 101-Part 3: Performance Modeling for Existing Solar Arrays

This is the third in a series of blogs outlining important considerations when performing technical due diligence on a solar asset.

Due Diligence 101-Part 2: Choosing the Right Technology When Acquiring a Solar Farm

This is the second in a series of blogs outlining important considerations when performing technical due diligence on a solar asset.

Due Diligence 101-Part 1: Assessing the site of a solar array

This is the first in a series of blogs outlining important considerations when performing technical due diligence on a solar asset.

Qcells Brings San Diego County's Largest Utility-Scale Solar Project Online

Qcells has commissioned the Ocotillo Wells Solar project in Borrego Springs, CA. The 50 MW solar and 200 MWh energy storage project is monumental as San Diego County's largest utility-scale renewable project and an economic growth opportunity for the community.

Microgrids are the future of green energy - Self-sufficient grids reduce strain on traditional energy networks

Having an independent, self-sufficient grid in proximity to the area it serves mitigates the loss of the around eight to fifteen per cent of electricity that dissipates when it is transported from a central power station via a distribution network in a traditional grid.

Solar + Sheep = Success! Renewable ways to live off the land

The success of "solar grazing" programs at Arnprior and other facilities across Canada and the U.S. has garnered attention from landowners, sheep farmers and solar developers alike.

Climate Tech VC Clean Energy Ventures Closes $305M Fund II Aiming to Mitigate 75 Gigatons of Emissions by 2050

The firm closes an oversubscribed second fund to scale climate tech startups that can mitigate gigaton-scale greenhouse gas emissions. Investing with a technology-first lens, more than 60% of CEV's team began as scientists and engineers, a critical validator in the

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