The University of Toledo and GEM Energy announce official start-up of 'Green Data Center'

The University of Toledo announced that the ReliaFlex Advanced Power System, installed by GEM Energy, of Walbridge, Ohio, is fully operational. The ReliaFlex system will give the University a "Green Data Center" that will significantly reduce its carbon footprint and increase electric reliability.

Hitachi Develops All-in-One Container-Type Energy Storage System

Hitachi, Ltd. announced that it has developed an all-in one, container-type energy storage system as a core energy product for ensuring the stable use of distributed renewable energy such as wind and solar power, while maintaining the power supply-demand balance. This energy storage system fuses Hitachi's electricity grid control technologies built up in the Hitachi Group and Hitachi Chemical Co., Ltd.'s battery-related expertise and will be offered as a packaged system.  In the beginning of 2014, Hitachi plans to begin a demonstration test of this energy storage system in North America. Plans call for Hitachi to reflect the results of this testing in a commercial product after verifying the commercial viability and performance of the system in the electricity trading market, or the so-called ancillary market*2 connected with maintaining the electricity supply-demand balance. Furthermore, Hitachi will examine whether to promote the system, to be named "CrystEna" (Crystal+Energy), as one of its solution businesses for expanding the transmission & distribution business in the global market. 

skytron Energy's Controller Leverages 700 MWp of Solar Power for Electricity Trading

skytron energy have now started to offer this new telecontrol interface as part of their power plant control system, skycontrol.

Hitachi Develops All-in-One Container-Type Energy Storage System

Plans to Begin Demonstration Test on CrystEna*1 Energy Storage System Incorporating Hitachi Group Technologies in North American Market

Construction Continues at Iberdrola Renewables' Baffin Wind Farm in Texas

Gulf Coast complex capacity will be 606 MW, making it Iberdrola's largest renewable energy facility in the world

Direct Current Power Systems for Commercial Buildings to Reach Nearly $10 Billion in Market Value by 2020, Forecasts Navigant Research

"The advantages of DC power systems become particularly clear when considering the integration of renewable energy generation"

Molex and University of Illinois Support Etho Team in China Solar Decathlon 2013

Etho passive solar home design features geo-thermal mechanical system, solar PV arrays, Molex VLM lighting and a home automation system that monitors net-zero achievements developed by UIUC

IXYS Introduces Two New High Power 1.4KV and 1.8KV Phase Control Thyristors

Rugged, Reliable in an Hermetic Package with Current Rating of up to 1140 Amperes

OnForce Solar President David Sandbank Elected Vice President of NYSEIA

Sandbank previously served as a member of the Board of Directors of the Association.

Black Sun Begins Commercialization of Revolutionary Solar Collector

Low-cost solution to concentrating solar power: Black Sun Planetary Solutions makes renewable energy accessible and affordable to all

SolarWorld pledges support for Solar Forward, crowd-sourced solar-energy fund in Portland, Ore.

Fund will support solar arrays at city schools, community centers and libraries

Oregon researchers shed new light on solar water-splitting process

Fundamental discovery could speed development of efficient semiconductor-catalytic junctions

WORLD PHOTOVOLTAICS MARKET ON GROWTH COURSE

Intersolar Europe 2014 promotes the exchange between established and young markets within this global growth industry

Seneca County Commissions Municipal Solar Project with Spear Point Energy

845kW Solar Project will Save Seneca County over $1 million in Electricity Costs over 25 years

Colorado Cleantech Industries Association Announces the Winners of the 2013 Cleantech Awards

Nine winners announced as Colorado's cleantech leaders

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