SolarRoofHook is now QuickBOLT

Today, Quickscrews International Corporation is proud to announce that we are changing the name of our Solar Division from SolarRoofHook to QuickBOLT.

DC Passed Bill To Move to 100 Percent Renewable Energy

In addition to renewable energy, this new bill also includes an aim to boost solar power's influence by 2041. Despite the attention and positive support, we should note that the bill hasn't yet been signed and will be reviewed by Mayor Muriel Bowser.

Highview Power Partners with Citec to Modularize its Gigawatt-Hour Scale Cryogenic Energy Storage Systems

With a simplified design and streamlined engineering from Citec, a standard plant configuration of 50 MW/500 MWh can be easily and cost-effectively scaled up to multiple gigawatt hours, or down, without limitation.

NREL Details Great Potential for Floating PV Systems

While the United States was the first to demonstrate floating PV panels-with the first installation occurring 10 years ago on pontoons on an irrigation pond in Napa Valley, California-the idea has not received widespread national acceptance.

EDF Renewables and Shell Invest in New Jersey Offshore Wind

"As the costs of offshore wind are declining, the U.S. offshore wind industry is quickly advancing with strong Federal and State support. The industry is well-positioned to meaningfully contribute to the New York and New Jersey economies through employment and supply chain

Energy Drone Coalition Releases Inaugural "Drones in the Energy Industry" Benchmark Survey Results

This first study precisely details how drones in the energy industry are a powerful tool with massive room for growth still ahead.

Solar Tariffs Hold Back Q3 Installations, Scramble Project Timelines As Procurement Pipeline Booms

For the first time since 2015, quarterly additions of utility-scale solar photovoltaics (PV) fell below 1 gigawatt (GW), highlighting the impact of the tariffs and the uncertainty surrounding them in late 2017 and early 2018.

"Sun in a box" would store renewable energy for the grid

Design for system that provides solar- or wind-generated power on demand should be cheaper than other leading options.

Harvard Center for Green Buildings and Cities Unveils First-of-its-Kind HouseZero Lab & Prototype

HouseZero's advanced data-driven infrastructure will enable cutting edge research, aims to shift the design and operation of buildings

Air Liquide to build first world scale liquid hydrogen production plant

These new commitments will serve the growing needs of the hydrogen mobility market in California and help enable and complement the deployment of hydrogen fuel cell electric vehicles and support the hydrogen merchant market across the state.

Concentrator Photovoltaics Shows Peak Performance - Module Efficiency Reaches 41.4 %

In the EU-funded project CPVMatch, a consortium of research institutions and companies has demonstrated how to optimize both of these aspects and thus better exploit the potential of this technology.

Tesla slashes prices on home solar systems to spur sales

Effective on Thursday, price quotes for potential solar customers will be between $3,000 and $5,000 lower, representing savings of about 15 to 25 percent.

NREL Identifies Where New Solar Technologies Can Be Flexible

Rigid silicon solar panels dominate the utility and residential markets, but opportunity exists for thin-film photovoltaic and emerging technologies notable for being lightweight and flexible

Stanford researchers develop a rooftop device that can make solar power and cool buildings

Tom Abate for Stanford News: A new rooftop device under development will be able to produce electricity from sunlight while also beaming heat directly into space to cool buildings.

sonnen and Pearl Homes Partner to Develop the First Affordable, Carbon-Free Home Community

Pearl Homes and sonnen create a community of solar + storage smart homes using Google Home, showcasing the future for affordable carbon-free living via energy storage, home automation and homebuilding

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Sierra Instruments, Inc.- InnovaMass. Reinvented.

Sierra Instruments, Inc.- InnovaMass. Reinvented.

Sierra was the first to introduce a combination volumetric vortex and multivariable mass flow meter in 1997. Today, Sierra's completely redesigned InnovaMass® iSeries™ 240i/241i builds on two decades of success measuring five process variables for gas, liquid and steam with one connection. Now, with the latest hyper-fast microprocessors, robust software applications, field diagnostic and adjustment capability, and a new state-of-the-art flow calibration facility, Sierra's vortex iSeries delivers precision, performance, and application flexibility never before possible.