REA welcomes report showing 63% of MPs grasp economic value of UK renewables

REA welcomes report's call to "take short-term politics out of long-term energy planning"

TRA Snow and Sun Opposes Proposed Solar Energy Net-metering Fee Which Could Stymie Solar Industry Growth

Solar integrators, solar mounting manufacturers and clean energy advocates oppose legislating rate increase on net-metering solar customers; preferring Public Service Commission research and analysis to legislation.

Ecotech Institute's Clean Jobs Index Shows a 19 Percent Increase in Clean Jobs in 2013

National study shows more than 3.5 million clean jobs available in 2013, with a 57 percent increase in solar jobs

Hendrix to Showcase High Performance Cable Products at ECNE Spring Conference

Hendrix Wire and Cable will highlight their Aerial Cable Systems and Molded Products at the Energy Council of the Northeast's Spring E&O Conference on emergency preparedness and storm restoration. The event will be held March 19-21 at the Westin Boston Waterfront Hotel & Conference Center in Boston.

Cutting costs is vital to increase market share in South Africa's energy mix

Concentrated solar power (CSP) is the only renewable technology that can dispatch electricity during day and night at a utility scale size. In order to achieve similar allocations to photovoltaic (PV) or wind, CSP has to lower its costs.

Masdar reveal key reasons for partnership with GDF Suez for CSP project in Morocco

CSP Today's recent interview with Yago Mancebo, Investment Manager at Masdar revealed that GDF's experience as one of the world's largest independent power producers (IPP) is the main reason for partnering with them for CSP projects in Morocco

Canadians would pay more than Americans for renewable energy

A survey of 2,500 people in Canada and the United States shows that Canadians are more willing to pay a premium for green power than are Americans.

22nd EU BC&E Preview of the Conference Programme now online!

The preview of the 22nd EU BC&E conference programme is now available for you to browse through online!

Follow The Money: Who Is Funding Energy Storage And Why

To understand how the energy storage in the United States – particularly California — is heating up, just follow the money.   Green Charge Networks, a Silicon Valley storage installer, announced Tuesday that it has lined up a $10 million fund from TIP Capital to finance projects. Green Charge installs lithium-ion batteries for businesses, who could forgo owning the storage equipment and pay for energy storage as a service via a long-term contract instead.   “Energy storage is what a lot of clean energy financing companies are working toward,” said Vic Shao, CEO of Green Charge Networks, which was founded in 2009. “Everybody realizes that this is what’s coming and they need to get on board.”   This leasing model has succeeded in expanding rooftop solar panel installations at homes and businesses, which could use solar electricity without paying tens of thousands of dollars upfront to own the equipment. Installers often market solar electricity as being cheaper than the electricity from utilities, though that saving usually isn’t guaranteed for the duration of the contract.   Storage installers tend to pitch their services to businesses and government agencies that want to reduce the so-called “demand charge.” A utility collects the fee to help pay for its readiness to generate and send power to meet its customers need, especially when demand is high. Cont'd

PlugVolt Battery Seminar: May 28-29, 2014, Detroit (USA) - Early Bird Registration is Now Open

Enjoy informal discussions, interactive Q&As, NextEnergy facility tour, evening cocktail receptions, complimentary meals, networking, and much more. Reputable speaker panel to discuss advancements and challenges facing batteries and energy storage systems for automotive use

NEW LINE OF LEAD SALT DETECTORS FROM CAL SENSORS

Short cap packaging doubles field of view compared to existing detector lines

Clearlake Oaks County Water District Turns HelioPower Solar System into Local Stimulus Program

In Lieu of Making a Payment for its New Solar System, the Water District Enrolled in HelioPower's Power Purchase Agreement

Canada's Renewable Energy Industry Faces Critical Shortage of Skilled Workers

EHRC labour market research confronts pressing HR issues with 12-point strategic plan for Industry, Government and Educators.

Iron Edison Battery Company is Now an Official Magnum Energy Dealer

Iron Edison Battery has been officially listed on the Magnum Energy website as an official dealer.

Unirac Supports Collegiate Solar Decathlon Sponsored by U.S. Department of Energy

The international collegiate competition sponsored by the U.S. Department of Energy, challenges university students from around the nation (and the world) to design and build solar-powered homes over a period of 20 months.

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