Full-fledged manufacturing facility for Smart Grid devices ---- Cost effective, Smart Grid solutions for Indian Utilities & Industries in the T&D segment ---- Local pre and post sales service for Smart Grid devices
The goal of becoming a fully reporting company with the Securities and Exchange Commission (the "SEC") if and when PSI clears comments with the SEC.
SEPTA (Southeastern Pennsylvania Transit Authority) advances energy efficiency goals with unique hybrid energy storage system from ABB
ENVLINE system reduces energy consumption and generates revenue.
Somers Solar Center is KYOCERA's latest U.S. turn-key solar power project
"Shout Out For Solar" Day – set for Friday, January 24
This year's Sustainable Bio Awards will recognise the tremendous innovation that is taking place in the development of truly sustainable bio-based fuels and products. The Sustainable Bio Awards event is where the pioneers and innovators of the bio-based industry are recognised for their outstanding work. From biofuels to face cream, from feedstocks to financing, the industry will gather to celebrate the advancements made throughout 2013.
Signals growing demand for QBotix Robotic Tracking System as solar project cost saver
ATI commences company operations in Santiago
Harvard University researchers have invented an new kind of “flow battery” that could be used on large-scales, such as within electricity grids, to store intermittent renewable energy from sources such as wind and solar. The research describing the new “metal free organic-inorganic aqueous flow battery”, was published in the journal Nature on 9 January. To create the battery, the Harvard researchers say they have been working with a previously overlooked group of organic compounds called quinones. These can be used to make inexpensive batteries that can charge and discharge renewable energy more quickly than current batteries are able to. The researchers maintain that their new battery can work as well as existing batteries with chemistries based on metals, which are far more expensive to make. The new battery does not use a precious metal catalyst, it’s underlying chemistry is metal-free; instead, it uses the naturally abundant quinones. Quinones are water-soluble compounds that store energy in plants and animals. They are found in all green vegetables, and the molecule the researchers used is almost identical to the one in rhubarb. Because quinones are naturally abundant and water-soluble, large, inexpensive tanks could be set up to store electricity, rather than using the traditional, and more expensive solid-state batteries.
Energy technology expert Stopford Projects Ltd has secured £1million in funding to help drive forward its expansion plans.
LayTec in-line GmbH has won this year's Intersolar AWARD in the category "PV Production Technologies" for X Link – a revolutionary metrology system for non-destructive evaluation of the EVA cross-linking level immediately after lamination.
Aircraft Maintenance Facility to be Powered by Suniva®
"The Roosevelt project will be the first wind facility constructed and owned by EDF Renewable Energy in New Mexico"
Schneider Electric Solar Business, a global leader in PV inverters and in electrical solutions for the solar power conversion chain, has secured significant new orders for Utility Scale solar electrical equipment in Q4.
DX Engineering now stocks top-quality Samlex America power supplies, converters, and inverters ideal for Amateur Radio use, from small desktop setups to serious shacks.
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Solar & Wind - Featured Product
Soltec manufactures and supplies solar trackers designed and proven for extreme climate conditions, which is an ideal solution for any region's environment. Soltec's trackers are self-powered, requiring no additional PV module or grid-powered connection. Bifacial modules collect energy on both the front and rear sides, capturing reflected irradiance from the ground surface under and around the tracker and from other modules. Depending on site conditions, bifacial yield-gain can reach +30 percent.