- Lithium-ion battery storage system delivers flexible electricity grid capacity to manage fluctuations in demand –
Scottish Renewables chief exec slams potential manifesto drive to curtail industry
Iowa Biodiesel Board commends support of incentives to keep state competitive
Open Jaw Cable Cutter, Rolling Tool Bag and Splinter GuardTM Fish and Glow Rods are recognized for excellence in new product development
Fraunhofer Institute verifies new CIS conversion efficiency breakthrough
REECO Poland invites all interested persons for another, already the fourth, edition of International Trade Fair for Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency RENEXPO® Poland, taking place on 23-25.09.2014 in Expocentre EXPO XXI in Warsaw.
The French market for biogas plants is growing like never before. Around 500 new biogas plants with an installed capacity of circa 200 MWel will be commissioned by 2020. The new study of consultancy ecoprog analyses the market and identifies more than 900 potential sites for the construction of new biogas plants.
Solar PV industry poised to exceed 50 GW within a 12-month period for the first time
Weak downstream demand in China affects its domestic wafer pricing as inventory builds up in the supply chain. At the same time, wafer companies still maintain high factory utilization creating excess supply in the market when demand is slowing down since many have already recruited new headcounts.
Brian Miliate CFO of Baker Electric Inc. and Baker Electric Solar received the 2014 CFO of the Year Award in the Large Privately-held Company category from the San Diego Business Journal.
The world's largest solar plants sure look amazing, but for those with inquisitive minds they raise one big question: how the hell do they keep all those panels clean? Nowadays, using robots like this! This video shows the newly installed robotic cleaning system at Ketura Sun Solar Park. Until now, the panels covering the 20-acre site were only cleaned about nine times a year—a laborious task, performed infrequently due to expense—which in turn led to sub-optimal plant efficiency. Now, though, a robotic army—designed and made by Israel-based Ecoppia—swarm over the panels to keep them clean. The 100 centrally controlled automatons set to work at nighttime, using microfiber pads and controlled air flows to push dirt from the surface of the solar panels. The robots move up and down their own aluminum frames to avoid loading the panels, and during the day they sit at the bottom and charge using electricity generated by the plant. So, now you know.
Ballard Power Systems congratulates Aberdeen City Council and Van Hool NV, Europe's fourth largest bus manufacturer, on delivery of the first four (4) buses powered by Ballard's 150 kilowatt FCvelocity®-HD6 fuel cell module.
Six projects will have combined output of 139 megawatts ---- Each project has a long-term power purchase agreement ---- Significantly increases company's solar generation portfolio
New company takes aim at growing demand for innovative, custom solutions for business; Cites engineering audio/visual and renewable energy large-scale enterprise projects, serving large customers across diverse set of industries
Construction is estimated to start in the third quarter of 2014 and when complete, the plant will be Utah's largest solar energy generation facility.
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