GEM Energy, of Walbridge, Ohio, has completed Washtenaw Community College's first combined cooling, heat and power (CCHP) system – and donated another micro-turbine to train future energy professionals in the college's United Association (UA) Great Lakes Regional Training Center.
The acquisition, which totals 947 megawatts of operating wind capacity, also includes a portfolio of land leases associated with the Alta Wind facility.
New distribution partnership adds to expanding Asia-Pacific presence
Construction will start in the third quarter of 2014 and the site is expected to be connected to the national grid before the end of the first quarter of 2015.
Over the next twenty years, the projects are anticipated to generate more than 1.1 Mio. kWh of clean, renewable, solar energy.
Plans to accelerate commercialization of the world's most efficient (30.8%) thin film solar technology ---- Acquisition has potential to change the way solar energy is used
Acquisition Brings Company's Total Owned and Operated Wind Farm Assets to Over $30 Million
The creation of this end-to-end solution relieves the burden of seeking multiple sources of capital, saving time and money while increasing profits.
Leading residential solar provider renews relationship with Enphase as a valued technology partner
American clean jobs are up 88 percent since January 1, 2014
Morgan Advanced Materials provides extended Electrostatic Chuck life through replaceable, wear-resistant films
Morgan Advanced Materials announces new solutions in sacrificial wear layers to extend the life of alumina or beryllia electrostatic chucks (ESCs) for semiconductor, solar and LED applications. Applied as a final protective layer, the DiamonexŇ technical hard-coats offer extended life benefits to new or refurbished ESCs.
The leading forum for Western State policy discussions, the National Geothermal Summit brought together the industry for a dialogue with state and federal policy makers.
AET enters South American market with 5MW installation of Rayport-G ECO
Grappling with its worst energy crisis in more than a decade, Brazil is making its first big move to develop a local solar power industry that could help reduce its dependence on a battered hydro power system. In October, Brazil will hold an auction to negotiate energy to be produced exclusively by solar farms, the first ever of the kind in the South American country. Power companies have registered some 400 projects for the auction, but many remain wary of the outlook for solar power in Brazil and say they need more clarity on investment conditions and financing before signing any deals. The auction could negotiate up to 10 gigawatts (GW), although industry sources estimate final volumes at a much smaller level, varying from 500 megawatts (MW) to 1 GW. Sun-kissed Brazil has one of the highest solar radiation factors in the world and plenty of land for solar farms, plus large reserves of silicon, used to make solar panels. Yet the country has almost no solar power generation, while its BRICS partner China, for example, added 12 gigawatts last year alone – enough to supply around 10 million homes. cont'd..
New industry-technology showcase and tradeshow at country's leading exhibition center, Coex Seoul.
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