ABB showcases latest power grid technologies at Hanover fair

Highlights include latest HVDC innovations, digital substations and other smart solutions that build on ABB Ability™ offering

WindShare: Making it Possible for Everyone to Invest in Renewable Energy

Startup aims to use crowdfunding to finance and market wind farms.

TEPCO: Free Electrons Announces Cohort of 12 Energy Startups

Energy startups across eight countries are changing the energy systems of tomorrow

PLETHORA OF MINISTERS AT ALL-ENERGY 2017

The build-up to All-Energy 2017 (Glasgow, 10-11 May) sees the announcement that not only will Scotland's First Minister, Nicola Sturgeon MSP be taking part in the opening plenary session on 10 May, but two other Scottish Government Ministers will be at the UK's largest renewable and low carbon energy exhibition and conference being held at the Scottish Event Campus (SEC - formerly SECC).

EnergySage Releases Its Fourth Solar Marketplace Intel Report™

Latest analysis of EnergySage Solar Marketplace data reveals accelerating decrease in solar prices, and how more quotes results in a greater probability of purchase

LONGi Solar releases new solar module Hi-MO2, starting a new era of high efficiency mono PERC bifacial technology

Hi-MO2 is a bifacial power generation product developed based on monocrystalline bifacial PERC technology; the power of the 72-cell module reaches 360-365W, while the power of the 60-cell module reaches 300-305W.

Industry Standouts Craig Eastwood and Jan Jacobson Beef Up Powin Energy

New CFO and VP of Business Development bolster executive leadership team

Natural Power adds to Heat Network Consultant status

Natural Power's Senior Renewable Heat Engineer, Guy Milligan, has joined the Chartered Institution of Building Services Engineers (CIBSE) Certification Register of Heat Network Consultants following his training and exam success.

Amber Kinetics Flywheels Pass Utilities Group Test

Shifts Load in Cost Effective Manner

GE Completes Acquisition of LM Wind Power

-Insourcing of blade manufacturing to strengthen GE's supply chain, increase competitiveness and deliver greater value to customers -LM Wind Power to continue supplying wind blades to all industry players -Deal to be accretive to GE earnings in 2018

California Primed to Benefit from Combining Solar with Energy Storage

The Center for Sustainable Energy states, California policy has long promoted solar energy, recognizing the threat of climate change and continued greenhouse gas emissions from fossil fuel combustion. Currently, attention is focused on energy storage with Senate Bill 700 (Wiener) working its way through the legislature to create a market transformation program aimed at fostering growth of solar plus energy storage.

Geli Launches Online Design Tool To Speed Development Of Energy Storage And Solar-Plus-Storage Systems

Geli ESyst™ provides robust site analytics and system design recommendations for commercial & industrial energy storage projects

Maine Woods Pellet Co. chooses Turboden ORC Technology Instead of Traditional Steam

8 MWe biomass ORC system for the largest pellet manufacturer in Maine (USA).

Enervalis secures investment from InnoEnergy VC community

Smart-grid innovation reaps benefits of InnoEnergy's pan-European network

Prysmian to add offshore cable capabilities to UK factory in Wrexham

Move comes to support increased demand for UK and European offshore wind farms

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