All three fuse base holders are used in balance of system assemblies produced by combiner box and inverter manufacturers to protect the wires and cables in a DC power distribution system of utility or commercial scale photovoltaic installations.
Marine energy technology company Minesto strengthens management and product development with new CTO from Volvo
Dr. Heije Westberg the company's new Chief Technology Officer
General Electric Co. is permanently scrapping plans to build the largest solar factory in the U.S. near Denver. GE blamed the cancellation on a glut of solar panels on the market and falling prices, The Denver Post reported Tuesday. The factory was to have been bigger than 11 football fields and have an annual capacity of 400 megawatts. State officials said it would create 350 jobs. GE put the project on hold last month. A research center that developed the thin-film solar-cell technology for the plant will be closed, with 50 people losing their jobs, according to Lindsay Thiel, a GE spokeswoman. The research center, formerly a startup named PrimeStar, was in Arvada, another Denver suburb. "We have decided that it is not in the best interest of GE, our customers or the Denver community to move forward with the build-out of this facility," Thiel told the newspaper in an email. At least 10 states were vying for the PrimeStar plant in 2011. GE said it would go to Aurora that fall, and company executives attended the next year's State of the State address by Gov. John Hickenlooper, who personally cited the plant in his speech.
Arlen Van Draanen announces new Biofuels Initiative at Alternative Energy Advisors
InterBattery 2013 to launch this fall as part of Energy Korea Week at Coex.
Cell-Con will begin promoting a non-toxic rechargeable battery, catering to specific markets ready for a drop-in replacement alternative. The Lithium Iron Phosphate (LiFePO4) batteries replace the highly toxic and commonly used lead acid batteries.
NBCMA solar system ribbon cutting ceremony draws attention to the benefits of a solar PPA
The University of the Virgin Islands signed a power purchase agreement with New Generation Power (NGP) USVI.
Project partner Indianapolis Power and Light, has continued its commitment to excellence and energy responsibility with their involvement and support in North America's largest solar project at the Indianapolis International Airport. Solar generation is an important part of IPL's commitment to developing renewable generating resources.
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The UC Berkeley scientists used a detailed computer model they developed of the West's electric power grid to predict what will happen if the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) succeeds with its SunShot Initiative, which aims to make solar power more affordable and accessible to Americans.
Prysmian implements with Terna the first High Voltage grid with high-performance eco-sustainable cable
The grid efficiency will be monitored by the new PryCam system---- "Prysmian is more and more involved in the development of technologies and products for smart, sustainable grids," says EVP Fabio Romeo
$5 million loan to assist in the purchase of assets
U.S. Senate Unanimously Confirms ACORE President & CEO, Vice Admiral Dennis McGinn to Top Navy Energy Post
McGinn to Continue to Lead ACORE Through August Transition, with Interim CEO Michael Brower Working Along Side
Chicago Sun-Times article highlights new Chicago solar company's deal with Virgin Islands.
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