Project partner Indianapolis Power and Light, has continued its commitment to excellence and energy responsibility with their involvement and support in North America's largest solar project at the Indianapolis International Airport. Solar generation is an important part of IPL's commitment to developing renewable generating resources.
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The UC Berkeley scientists used a detailed computer model they developed of the West's electric power grid to predict what will happen if the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) succeeds with its SunShot Initiative, which aims to make solar power more affordable and accessible to Americans.
Prysmian implements with Terna the first High Voltage grid with high-performance eco-sustainable cable
The grid efficiency will be monitored by the new PryCam system---- "Prysmian is more and more involved in the development of technologies and products for smart, sustainable grids," says EVP Fabio Romeo
$5 million loan to assist in the purchase of assets
U.S. Senate Unanimously Confirms ACORE President & CEO, Vice Admiral Dennis McGinn to Top Navy Energy Post
McGinn to Continue to Lead ACORE Through August Transition, with Interim CEO Michael Brower Working Along Side
Chicago Sun-Times article highlights new Chicago solar company's deal with Virgin Islands.
• New turbine features patented ‘tilt' mechanism to enhance significant maintenance cost savings and safeguard against damage in extreme wind conditions
Oxfam provided Zaatari camp, in Jordan, with solar powered light to improve safety in the camp during nighttime.
Capable of generating up to 20 kWh of electricity per day
Las Vegas: September 29 through October 2
Rodman & Rodman, P.C. an independent accounting and tax firm with a specialty practice in clean technology and renewable energy, has recently promoted Scott Callahan, CPA to Tax Manager.
Cost Containment International has announced that it is now promoting the sale of Green-e Energy certified renewable energy certificates (RECs).
The fully automated 6MW/10MWh Smarter Network Storage (SNS) battery technology project will be installed at Leighton Buzzard primary substation, in order to assess the role of energy storage in cost effectively delivering the UK's Carbon Plan. The technology can provide a range of benefits to the wider electricity system, including absorbing energy, then releasing it to meet demand, to help support capacity constraints and to balance the influx of intermittent and inflexible low carbon technologies onto the grid. The Smarter Network Storage (SNS) project aims to carry out a range of technical and commercial innovation to facilitate the more efficient and economic adoption of storage. By contrast to other electrical storage projects, it will demonstrate storage across multiple parts of the electricity system, outside the boundaries of the distribution network. By demonstrating this multi-purpose application of 6MW/10MWh of energy storage at Leighton Buzzard primary substation, the project will explore the capabilities and value in alternative revenue streams for storage, whilst also deferring expensive conventional reinforcement measures, such as transformers, cable and overhead lines. The project will generate new knowledge and learning on the challenges of integrating large-scale storage, and provide the industry with a greater understanding and a detailed assessment of the business case and full economics of energy storage.
Heat pump specialist Econic is hosting a free event on August 13, giving the chance to visit two heat pump installations and speak with technology specialists.
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