The one-day course introduced delegates to PV solar
Clean Energy Collective's 7th and 8th community-shared arrays in the state nearly sold out before construction complete.
Company's smart module technology honored in "Energy Usage Enabling" category
The two bottlenecks inhibiting further use of renewable energy systems are cost and the fact that the sun doesn’t always shine or the wind blow-in one word, storage. While mass production of components such as solar photovoltaic cells means that their price has been dropping, the issue of storing and releasing electricity generated by renewable sources during their down times has led engineers worldwide to tackle the problem. Large-scale, low-cost energy storage is needed to improve the reliability, resiliency, and efficiency of next-generation power grids. Energy storage can reduce power fluctuations, enhance system flexibility, and enable the storage and dispatch of electricity generated by variable renewable energy sources such as wind, solar, and water power. Now one technology seems sufficiently promising that it is receiving funding from the U.S. Department of Energy’s Office of Electricity Delivery and Energy Reliability Energy Storage Program. What is this promising new technology? Isothermal compressed air energy storage (ICAES) refers to storage of compressed air at a constant temperature, which is a key element in the improved energy efficiency of the system. SustainX has completed construction of its first utility scale ICAES system. It was hooked up to the grid earlier this month and it’s now in the process of revving up to speed. The DOE’s Office of Electricity Delivery and Energy Reliability’s Energy Storage Program underwrote $5,396,023 of the system’s cost.
Today marks the beginning of a month filled with opportunity for training, learning, and involving yourself in the solar industry. Whether you are a newcomer, advocate, or solar professional, ImagineSolar is sure to have something for you worth attending here in the heart of Texas.
Continental Control Systems announced today that its WattNode® Revenue Modbus® electric energy and power meter has been certified to the requirements of the American National Standard for Electric Meters — Code for Electricity Metering: ANSI C12.1-2008.
American Offshore Energy takes a page out of America's Cup sailboat design technology to build a patented high-tech, low cost floating Vertical Axis Wind Turbine (VAWT).
The Fluitec Wind solution leverages the new strengths of data science and cloud computing on the wind power industry where almost every turbine is networked to produce prolific amounts of operational and diagnostic data.
AEC Reveals New PV inverter "Shams", Powered by KACO New Energy, at the 2nd PV Briefing & Networking Forum Saudi Arabia in Riyadh
Advanced Electronics Company (AEC) was the premium sponsor for the Joint Forces for Solar – 2nd PV Briefing & Networking Forum Saudi Arabia on 10th September 2013 at the Sheraton Hotel, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. The event was powered by Intersolar, EuPD Research and the Saudi Arabia Solar Industry Association (SASIA).
Copies of the final prospectus supplement and the accompanying prospectus may be obtained by contacting Credit Suisse Securities (USA)
EV victory lap and test drives at third annual event, Sept. 28-29
For Energy Storage India 2013, Messe Düsseldorf has partnered with the India Energy Storage Alliance (IESA) to bring this conference and exposition to India.
New Telergon S6000 switch debuts with a number of PV fuseholders
Investors to earn returns from solar panels on a major U.S military base
117kW rooftop solar system installation by Sullivan Solar Power will save new Pizza Port location approximately $30,000 annually
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