A joint partnership formed between Energy Cybernetics and SUNfarming in Germany has resulted in the launch of SUNCybernetics—small, medium and large scale solar PV solution providers.
Microalgae are considered as the "raw material source for the future."
NATIONAL SCIENCE FOUNDATION GRANT FUNDS RESEARCH PARTNERSHIP BETWEEN MERSEN AND NORTHEASTERN UNIVERSITY
To fund continued research in the development of smart power protection devices for photovoltaic installations.
Ernst & Young LLP releases latest edition of the US Attractiveness Indices
Speakers to include "gangster" gardener Ron Finley and SHFT co-founders Adrian Grenier and Peter Glatzer
Increased private consumption through intelligent home automation
SUSTAINABILITY SCIENCE BREAKTHROUGHS FROM AROUND THE GLOBE TO BE HONORED WITH THE NEW "RESONATE" AWARD
The award winners will be announced in the Spring of 2014.
Advances in solar cell technology can make drones a more powerful tool not only for the battlefield but also for civilian uses, such as firefighting, crop surveying and oil and gas field monitoring. A Silicon Valley company called Alta Devices has been working with AeroVironment to engineer a drone that can stay airborne longer and carry out missions that are impossible before. The result of the collaboration is a 13-pound prototype drone that can fly for 9 hours and 11 minutes, AeroVironment announced recently. The military contractor credited its new battery and Alta’s solar technology for the feat. A drone similar to the one by AeroVironment typically can fly for one or two hours before it has to land and recharge, said Chris Norris, Alta’s CEO. AeroVironment’s new battery is good for three hours. By embedding Alta’s ultra thin and highly efficient solar cells on the aircraft, the battery is able to recharge twice before daylight fades and keeps the drone in the air three times longer, Norris added. California-based AeroVironment is still tinkering with the design of the drone, which is part of its Puma AE line. It plans to roll out a design that it could produce and sell in early 2014.
The 9kW system in the Queensland city Australia, installed with Clenergy's SolarTerrace III solar mounting system, survived a series of tornados that ran across and beyond the Bundaberg area. The solar mounting system remained standing as installed, , with the frame only needing one rail replaced.
The Federal Court of Australia made a public declaration that Grace Solar had infringed one of Clenergy's certified innovation patents. Grace Solar is prohibited from selling its infringing products in Australia.
Gehrlicher Solar America Corporation Completes Phase 1 of 7.2 Megawatt Photovoltaic System for UniSource Energy Services
When fully operational, the ground-mounted system will supply power to about 91,000 UES customers in Mohave and Santa Cruz counties
Data for the rating was generated by an Amonix module under outdoor test at NREL from late February to April of this year.
Appoints New Board Members and Global CEO
US$22.7 Million Investment in Second System Will Enhance Sustainability Initiative and Manufacturing Production
The Lost Hills project construction could start in early 2014
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