Last week, Total and Etrion Corporation announced the launch of Project Salvador, with the construction of the largest "merchant" type's solar plant in the world, that is to say, selling electricity on the spot market.
Intermountain Wind and Solar Is Offering Utah Residents Incentives for Solar Power in Salt Lake City
The Region Leader in the Industry, IWS Announced Today That Their Incentive Program Has Become Extremely Successful With Helping Residents Save Money
Latest Testing Proves Printed Circuit Board Stator Technology For Wind Power Generators Provides Better Reliability And Improves Performance
In addition to better performance, the reduced weight and modular design of a PCB stator significantly lowers the expected operations and maintenance costs for a BWP generator while driving increased energy production.
Targeting Fast Growing U.S. Residential Solar Market
Second Largest U.S. Solar Installer Opens Regional Office and Plans to Hire 60 Employees to Offer Homeowners Lower Cost Energy----- Marked Launch with Team of Volunteers at DOE Solar Decathlon
Hope for U.S. Market Expressed as Industry Meets in Nevada
Experts Propose Standard Valuation Method To Determine Benefits and Costs of Distributed Solar Generation
Throughout 2013, a steady flow of reports, news stories, workshops and conference panels have discussed whether to reform or repeal net energy metering (NEM), the bill credit arrangement that allows solar customers to receive full credit on their energy bills for any power they deliver to the grid.
Products, solutions and services along the entire solar industry supply chain were presented.
S6000 DC load break switches will be used in string combiner boxes, re-combiner boxes and inverters for DC applications.
Europe's electricity generation shifting from a monopolized ownership to a liberalized environment -----Transformation primarily driven by Directive 2009/28/EC, which 'promotes the growth of renewable energy generation,' says analyst
Acquisition accelerates Alternative Utility Services' national expansion.
HPI Insulators constructed with #2 HDPE recyclable plastic, Hendrix handles recycle with new mail-in program
The growth of wind power, if undertaken with reasonable care, should pose no risk to any particular bird species in Canada, according to a new peer-reviewed study. The study also suggests that highly publicized bird mortality figures out of the U.S. and Europe could be on the high side. “Canadian Estimate of Bird Mortality Due to Collisions and Direct Habitat Loss Associated with Wind Turbine Developments” was one of several studiesundertaken as part of special issue of the journal Avian Conservation & Ecology that focused on the impact of human activities on the mortality of birds in Canada. The researchers did find that, on average, a wind turbine in Canada results in 8.2 bird deaths per year, and they estimated that a 10-fold increase in installed wind capacity in the next 10-15 years “could lead to direct mortality of approximately 233,000 birds/year, and displacement of 57,000 pairs” resulting from habitat loss. But the researchers put those numbers in perspective: [T]hese values are likely much lower than those from collisions with some other anthropogenic sources such as windows, vehicles, or towers, or habitat loss due to many other forms of development. Species composition data suggest that < 0.2% of the population of any species is currently affected by mortality or displacement from wind turbine development. Therefore, population level impacts are unlikely, provided that highly sensitive or rare habitats, as well as concentration areas for species at risk, are avoided.
Meteodyn and Michel Ferry R&D consulting today announced that they have entered into a definitive agreement under which Meteodyn will acquire MIGAL-S solver source code and exclusivity usage. The transaction was unanimously approved by the boards of directors of both companies.
ANP supports 2nd Annual LatAm HSE in Oil, Gas, Petrochemicals and Energy
Records 10201 to 10215 of 24262
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