GameChange Racking today announced that its Pour-in-Place™ Ballasted Ground System set an install speed record using a standard concrete pump truck.
Organizations Agree to a Multi-Year Collaboration to Advance Solar Industry
xpanding its international and renewable energy footprints, GE unit (NYSE:GE) GE Energy Financial Services has invested in a 32-megawatt solar photovoltaic power project in Japan.
UWM leads the way in Milwaukee County for charging electric vehicles
World's Largest Exhibition for Solar Industry Recognizes ViZn for Innovative Z20 Energy Storage System
Ideal Power Wins electrical energy storage AWARD for Product Innovation in Integrating Solar and Storage
Ideal Power has won the prestigious electrical energy storage award for its innovated hybrid converter for integrating solar and storage. The future of the multi-billion dollar solar industry lies with combining it with energy storage, and we believe that Ideal Power's hybrid converter is becoming the de facto industry standard to enable this cost effective integration.
A new windmill design loosely based on Archimedes’s screw principle, aims to change this, however. A Dutch startup aptly named The Archimedes has re-worked the concept of the windmill to move away from the traditional concept of using the pressure differential between the front and rear of the device to move the rotors. The Liam F1 Urban Wind Turbine, modeled after a Nautilus shell, measures about 1.5 meters wide and weighs 75 Kg — an ideal size for installation in a residential setting. The turbine is rated to achieve an efficiency “80 percent of the maximum that is theoretically feasible." According to the creators, the device is designed to provide enough electricity to power an apartment or small home. “The Liam F1 generates an average of 1,500 kilowatt-hours of energy [per year] at a wind-speed of 5 m/s [16.4 ft/s], which resembles half of the power consumption of a common household.” The Liam can even adjust to wind direction, which enables it to maximize power generation even with changing conditions. The Liam is priced at Eur 3,999 or about US$ 5,450 and will start retailing by July 1st. The Archimedes says it has sold 7,000 units in 14 countries so far. The company says it has undertaken field tests for efficiency and power generation “over 50 times,” in which it has achieved its rated output and efficiency.
Simply Sharia Ltd today launched a green energy scheme set to deliver significant benefits to investors by selling government-backed green energy certificates and electricity to the grid.
Concentrating Solar Power (CSP) Systems: Market Shares, Strategies, and Forecasts, Worldwide, 2014 t
ResearchMoz presents this most up-to-date research on Concentrating Solar Power (CSP) Systems: Market Shares, Strategies, and Forecasts, Worldwide, 2014 t.
The global wind operation and maintenance market is set to expand with stable demand potential in the near future.
Asia-Pacific to account for 90.4% of the world's solar module production in 2014 ----China led both the demand and supply sides of global solar photovoltaic market in 2013, claiming 65% slice, says GlobalData.
Renesola Training for Installers: Low cost system design training in PV Sol Expert
Schneider Electric Solar Business, a global leader in solutions for solar power conversion chain, is proud to showcase the new PV Box ST at their booth at Intersolar Europe.
Quickscrews International now has five different hooks developed for the Stone Coat Steel style of metal roofs. These products have become the #1 style for mounting on the metal roofs that have the appearance of tile.
Tiger Group's Remarketing Services Division and Aaron Equipment Company Inc. will conduct a live webcast auction at 10:30 a.m. (HST) on June 17 for the assets of an activated carbon processing facility and biomass power plant formerly owned by Big Island Carbon LLC and its affiliates.
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