How Do Wind Turbines Work in Cold Temperatures?
Many people wonder if wind turbines can function in cold weather. The answer is more complex than they might hope. Here are some specifics to consider and examples of relevant research.
Terabase Energy Launches Terafab Automated Field Factory to Accelerate the Deployment of Solar Power Plants
Terafab is designed to enable the exponential growth of utility-scale solar PV by introducing construction automation and digitization to transform the way solar power plants are built.
SolarReviews releases the results of its 2022 Solar Industry Survey
The Report outlines key findings about how installers are responding to supply chain issues, labor shortages, and increased financing costs in the early days of the Inflation Reduction Act.
Busting EV myths - Breaking down the biggest misconceptions surrounding EVs
With more than a quarter of a million new electric car registrations last year, uptake of EVs is definitely on the increase. More than one in five of us expect to be driving an EV within the next five-to-ten years.
LG Energy Solution Unveils Prime+, A Residential Energy Storage System
Prime+ is an ideal retrofit solution offering easy installation and unparalleled compatibility with any existing PV systems, expected to benefit California residents under the NEM 3.0 plan.
Intersolar Europe: Agrivoltaics - Harvesting Solar Power
The session "Agricultural PV in France and Germany: Potential, Business Models and Best Practice" on June 15 at 3:20pm CEST at the Intersolar Forum will be presenting an extensive overview of solutions and applications that already work.
LONGi unveils "Zero Carbon Energy for Earth" initiative on 2023 Earth Day
In the initiative, LONGi calls for joint efforts to develop "Zero-Carbon Energy" to achieve global energy equity so that all can enjoy affordable and clean energy to jointly create a safe, secure, and prosperous future.
North American Solar and Wind PPA Prices Increased 6.6% in Q1 of 2023, Marking Two Years of Rising Prices, According to LevelTen Energy
"Rapidly evolving regulations at the federal, state and regional level are creating an unstable environment, making it difficult for developers to price PPAs and contributing to the price swings we're seeing in the market,"
New circular solar panels reduce weight of roof installations by up to two thirds using EconCore technology.
Solarge, producer of lightweight, truly circular solar panels, will launch at JEC World a new lightweight, fully circular solar panel, reducing the weight of solar installations by up to 65% for rooftops.
Unique Platform for Solarize Campaigns in Communities Spurs 1,400 Rooftop Installations, 11 Megawatts of Renewable Energy Since its Inception
Offering one-of-a-kind knowledge and tools to create and administer local group-purchasing campaigns, Solar Crowdsource helps spur movement toward achieving communities' renewable energy goals more efficiently and effectively.
Next Decade Decisive for PV Growth on the Path to 2050
Pprojections for PV growth while waiting for a consensus on other energy pathways or the emergence of technological last-minute miracles "is no longer an option."
Plans Unveiled for Texas' First Commercial Building Striving to Achieve Net Zero Energy Operational Carbon
This project is expected to minimize wasteful energy use from the implementation of a rainwater harvesting cistern, full roof solar panels, LED lighting, and a sensory system.
Renewable generation surpassed coal and nuclear in the U.S. electric power sector in 2022
Last year, the U.S. electric power sector produced 4,090 million megawatthours (MWh) of electric power. In 2022, generation from renewable sources-wind, solar, hydro, biomass, and geothermal-surpassed coal-fired generation in the electric power sector for the first time.
Early 2023 U.S. Residential Solar Trends Report Finds Aurora Customers Created 40% More Solar Projects Year Over Year Amid Strong Demand Indicators
Aurora's solar projects database of more than 6 million projects over the past two years; a survey of 1,000 U.S. homeowners about their solar adoption behaviors and motivations; and, a pulse check on the state of the industry through the lens of 898 U.S. solar professionals.
Doing the math on a solar-powered future
Physicist Anders Carlsson, at Washington University in St. Louis, and Sid Redner of the Santa Fe Institute have created a new mathematical model to describe the most reliable, efficient and cost-effective way to harness solar power.
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