Airports, Microgrids and Resilient Power

Microgrids that combine on-site generation, energy storage, and smart, responsive energy loads, will prove to be an increasingly viable means to address the growing challenges at any airport.

Improved Way to Make III-V Solar Cells Could Hold Key to Lower Costs

Scientists at the Department of Energy's National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) work to refine the technique called hydride vapor phase epitaxy (HVPE), which holds the potential to produce cheaper, more efficient solar cells capable of producing more electricity.

How to Design and Install Systems When Code Enforcement Varies So Widely

Even if everyone could agree to a single code edition, there would still be the problem of interpretation. As an inspector, we would joke about if you asked five inspectors for their interpretation of a code section, you would get six answers.

Should You Invest in a Smart Thermostat?

The learning type thermostat allows the home owner to pay attention to their daily business while the climate in the house takes care of itself.

Case Study: Minturn Huller Co-Op Goes Nuts for Solar

Sustainability is key for the almond industry. Minturn Huller Co-Op, an almond hulling and shelling facility in Merced County, California, decided solar was the way to go to reduce energy costs while protecting the environment.

Home Automation: The Key to Reducing Home Energy Costs

Investing in smart devices for your home can save you quite a bit on your home energy costs, and that is worth every penny that you put into automating your home.

Report: Solar Energy Advances for Ranching and Farming

Beyond providing power to farm structures, solar energy can power agricultural operations such as crop irrigation, rangeland livestock watering, security systems, and is contributing to solar innovations in equipment.

The Clean Growth Strategy: What is it?

According to BEIS figures published in March 2017, it looks like the UK is progressing nicely and it on its way to meeting this target, with carbon emissions having dropped overall by 42 per cent since 1990.

Southern California Edison Proposes $760 Million Charge Ready 2 Program

Plan supports SCEs clean energy vision of 7 million electric cars on state highways by 2030. In the second phase, SCE wants to make a more concerted effort to increase the number of chargers available in apartment and condominium complexes.

Zero Net Energy Home Construction Increases 75% From 2016 to 2017

New industry report examines energy-efficiency investments by builders. California currently represents one-half of all net zero energy homes built in the U.S. The state has bold goals for all residential new construction to achieve ZNE by 2020

Talking Intersolar with Wenxue Li, President of LONGi Solar

Our half-cut module production technique cuts a standard cell in half to reduce the cells operating currents, resistance losses and stress on areas that cause hot spots. Half-cut technology increases module reliability and offers a higher solar yield, boosting power output

Solar Technology: Innovations, Challenges, and Small-scale Installation Benefits

Currently, China boasts the highest number of installed solar power panels with 112GW in the summer of 2017. The country has managed to achieve the target it had set for 2020 three years ahead of schedule

The Harbor Plus Smart Battery

What makes this battery "smart" is the adaptability of the battery to cater to the needs of the individual homeowner, the complexities of the grid, and the unpredictably of energy access.

PV Booster Dual-axis Rooftop Tracker System

The dual-axis tracker keeps the PV module optimized regardless of the time of day, time of year, or latitude, assuring optimum energy capture.

REC Launches World's First n-Type Mono Solar Panel with Twin Design

The new panel breaks fresh ground for REC and the industry: this is the first solar panel to combine n-type mono half-cut cells with a twin-panel design, and promises excellent power output of up to 330 watt peak allied to lasting performance.

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