March 25 - 27, 2014 at the fairgrounds in Düsseldorf, Germany
Rudolph/Libbe broke ground on October 29 for a 2-MW solar array, from which the Toledo Zoo will purchase enough power to supply the zoo with 30 percent of its energy needs. The solar array will be among the largest in the nation to supply power to a zoo.
Join us for this two-day exciting event and enjoy informal discussions, interactive Q&As, a facility tour (AVL full-vehicle test bed), an evening cocktails reception, complimentary meals, networking, and much more. Event includes an exclusive Venture Panel focusing on the battery industry.
Representatives in more than 40 countries have utilized the Clean Energy Solutions Center's Ask-An-Expert service to request clean energy policy information and advice at no cost.
The GridSTAR Center is a model for what the grid of the future will look like. The new microgrid combines clean and renewable solar power with energy storage enabling a series of new benefits including emergency backup power, peak demand reduction and power balancing on the grid.
The free, 12-page brief report provides an overview on the methods and important results of the company survey.
National Energy Partners selects CPS 20kW 3-phase string inverters to power ten schools
Mainstream Renewable Power Consortium Awarded 360MW of Wind Projects in South Africa Government Tender
Circa 9 billion Rand investment due to start construction next year
The parabolic trough plant will have a cutting-edge storage system, being able to generate electricity for five hours after the sunset. ----- Abengoa strengthens its position in South Africa with this new plant that will be part of the largest solar complex in Africa.
Firestone Building Products' Manufacturing Plant Demonstrates the Power of Photovoltaics with PLATINUM PV™ Program
Polyiso manufacturing facility based in Bristol, Conn. goes green with integrated solar rooftop system
California's Discovery Science Center Selects GE Energy Storage System for Southern California Edison Project
10-20 Percent of Center's Daily Electrical Consumption to be Shifted to off-Peak Hours----- 500-Kilowatt-Hour System to Provide Backup Power in the Event of Power Outages
A California energy storage startup has raised $5 million to fund projects that it will sell to businesses under long-term contracts, a model that resembles the leases that have made rooftop solar installations popular. Stem plans to use the money from Clean Feet Investors to finance up to 15 megawatts of lithium-ion battery systems. Stem is targeting hotels, chain stores, fast restaurant and light industrial companies, said Prakesh Patel, vice president of capital markets and strategy at the startup. Stem is one of a growing number of energy storage system and service providers that are gunning for California as their primary market. The state last week passed the country’s first mandate that will require its utilities to buy energy storage to help them manage the growing amount of solar and wind electricity that flows into the grid. Investors such as Clean Feet Investors will be the first wave of money managers who are willing to take big risks. Given that the energy storage market is so new, major banks are watching to see whether various types of storage equipment will deliver the promised performance over time and how money can best be made. Right now, many of them aren’t so willing to invest in what they consider to be unproven technologies. The new fund enables Stem to market to a broader set of customers. Businesses would sign contracts in which they pay a monthly fee for using the energy storage and Stem’s software, which collects and analyzes onsite energy use and other data in order to control how frequent and how much the electricity should flow in and out of the batteries throughout the day. FULL ARTICLE:
At this year's Solar Power International conference in Chicago, Illinois (October 21st - 24th) Morningstar Corporation is pleased to announce that our new TriStar MPPT 600V charge controller (TS-MPPT-600V) and Ground Fault Protection Device (GFPD) product line families are now available
For over 30 years now, the European Biomass Conference and Exhibition - European BC&E - has combined a well-renowned international Scientific Conference with an Industry Exhibition. The European BC&E is held at different venues throughout Europe and ranks on top of the world's leading events in the biomass sector.
Sunlabob Renewable Energy and Fondation Energies pour le Monde partner to deliver reliable electricity to 500 residents of remote Lao village
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