Financial Asset Management - to in-house or outsource?

Poorti Tandon, RES' Head of Finance, Asset Management discusses some of the factors to consider when deciding to in-house or outsource financial asset management.

Taylor Farms Taps Bloom Energy, Ameresco and Concept Clean Energy to Take California Fresh Vegetable Production Facility Off the Grid

Taylor Farms is completing the installation 2MW of solar power at its facility in San Juan Bautista, California, which will be combined with 6MW of fuel cells from Bloom Energy and a 2MW/4MWh battery into a microgrid designed to power the entire 450,000 sq. ft. facility.

Using transparent solar power for cultivating crops

NextGen Nano has released an infographic highlighting how the production of solar-powered glazing for greenhouse windows can help contribute to a sustainable future.

IoT and the Cloud for Renewable Energy Adoption

Both will enhance the renewable energy sector as demand for solar and wind power increases. These are a few of the most notable benefits for industry professionals who take advantage of new technologies.

Shanghai Electric Completes Phase B of 900-MW fifth phase of the Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum Solar Park

Shanghai Electric has also made great efforts to control the costs. Compared to the pre-pandemic period, container shipment has become widely unavailable, with transportation prices for cables having generally increased by a factor of ten. T

NREL-Led Breakthrough Pushes Perovskite Cell to Greater Stability, Efficiency

Researchers at the U.S. Department of Energy's (DOE's) National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) made a technological breakthrough and constructed a perovskite solar cell with the dual benefits of being both highly efficient and highly stable.

Toyota, NREL Collaborate to Advance Megawatt-Scale Fuel Cell Systems

Cooperative research project will study the scaling and integration of fuel cell systems for stationary power generation

ArcVera's study finds long-distance wake losses offshore to be much greater than expected

Using validated, high-fidelity long-range wake loss modeling, ArcVera Renewables found in their new study that commonly used engineering wake models vastly underpredict energy losses due to external wakes.

How to Become a Renewable Energy Engineer?

Developing solutions and progressing green technologies are necessary to combat the climate crisis. However, it calls for experts in the renewable energy sector to support environmental recovery and enhance quality of life.

Nextracker and FIT Institute of Technology Launch Brazil Center for Solar Excellence

Solar research, test lab and training facility builds on Nextracker's 5.5 gigawatts of smart solar trackers in Brazil and 70 gigawatts worldwide

How We Can Protect Raw Materials for an Energy Transition

Transitioning to a world with net-zero emissions is a tall task. Protecting raw materials is one of the greatest challenges of such a massive energy transition.

Experts optimistic about converting coal plants to production of clean geothermal energy

As the world moves away from fossil fuels in the battle against climate change, could coal plants be repurposed to produce renewable geothermal energy? Panelists addressing the topic at PIVOT2022, a recent weeklong geothermal conference, were excited about that potential.

Recent Innovations Show Promise for Pulsed-Power Technologies

Pulsed power may not be a familiar term for many. These technologies have yet to break into mainstream applications, but even now, in their early stages, they show significant potential.

Making the "Pearl" on the Old Silk Road Shining Again - GoodWe Demonstrates Prowess in the 80MW PV Project in Gansu, China

Harsh environmental conditions like these make for high demands of advanced & powerful solar technologies. Inverters installed outside are required to be subjected to high temperature fluctuations and sandstorms.

RENEWABLE ENERGY SECTOR DEFIES SUPPLY CHAIN CHALLENGES TO HIT A RECORD FIRST-HALF FOR NEW INVESTMENT

Global investment in renewable energy totaled $226 billion in the first half of 2022, setting a new record for the first six months of a year. The uptick in investment reflects an acceleration in demand for clean energy supplies to tackle the ongoing global energy crises.

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