Shenzhen BYD Daimler New Technology Co., Ltd. chooses ABB to supply direct current (DC) fast chargers for rapid charging of new DENZA electric vehicle over the next six years
The world's most populous country spent $4.3bn in 2013, part of that going on the installation of 62m smart meters, while US investment declined
The African continent's proximity to the sun shows that solar photovoltaic (PV) technology is at the right place at the right time to meet growing energy demands --- South Africa's solar target: to produce 8.4 GW of PV capacity by 2030 --- AfricaPVSEC highlights a rapidly growing African PV scientific community and the acceleration of PV electricity generation systems in many African countries.
Last week, dozens of people, including Google energy chief Rick Needham and Energy Secretary Ernest Moniz, trekked out to the California-Nevada border in the middle of the Death Valley to dedicate what is believed to be the world's largest solar thermal facility in the world. At 392 megawatts, the Ivanpah solar thermal plant will be able to power 140,000 homes — the equivalent of all of Newark (averaging two people per household). We covered the project when BrightSource, the main developer behind the project, first put up a stunning 3-D tour of the site. But for all its scale and beauty, in terms of the future of renewables, Ivanpah is already irrelevant. Solar thermal creates electricity by using mirrors to direct intense amounts of heat at a centralized collector, which is used to heat a substance like water to create steam power. Solar photovoltaic, meanwhile, directly converts solar energy into electricity through semiconductors. If solar thermal sounds unnecessarily complicated, you're right. Solar photovoltaic has seen explosive growth in the past few years thanks to plummeting material costs, state incentives, and eco-conscious homebuyers putting up panels on their roofs. But solar thermal growth has stalled, and is expected to continue to do so. Ivanpah cost $2.2 billion. Warren Buffett paid the same amount for the world's largest photovoltaic plant just up the road outside Bakersfield. That plant will generate 1.5-times as much power as Ivanpah. As the New York Times' Diane Cardwell and Matt Wald wrote Friday, Ivanpah probably represents an end, not a beginning.
TSR projected to Grow into Global Market Leader in Solar Energy Industry
Central Florida solar company developed, constructed and will operate solar array
Distinction highlights SourceOne's dynamic workplace where employees collaborate on diverse energy management projects that improve the New York region's energy efficiency.
Report highlights solar industry marketing insights and innovations
Three tracking sites fully permitted and completed in Lancaster, Los Angeles County, California
The show will be staged from 26 to 28 February in Tokyo, where PROINSO opened a representative office a year ago.
Innovative Solar Systems has twelve (12) Solar Farm projects totally 620 Megawatts that qualify for the new Duke Energy RFP that was issued this week.
The fourth annual Arizona Solar Summit will focus on introducing innovative policies, programs and technologies that are critical to reshaping Arizona's energy markets.
The park features Danfoss FLX Series inverters and is expected to reduce the company's CO2 emissions
PNE WIND AG developed the project and will also take over its technical operation.
EWEA 2014, Barcelona, Hall B Stand C 80 / testing and certification services / global campaign – "Energy Expertise Everywhere" / accreditation in accordance with EN ISO/IEC 17025:2005 obtained
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