Mersen to Display Power Electronics Solutions Capabilities at the 2013 APEC Conference and Exhibition
Mersen's power electronic bundling solution helps maximize system performance, lower total costs, and reduce time to market.
Conergy PowerPlus modules supply power to 187 households in southern Greece
RainWise to manufacture the exclusive weather station used by SORAPRO, a provider of solar monitoring equipment and software.
At APEC, Green Plug to Introduce Greenscape™ – Visual Development Platform for Rapid Prototyping and Optimization of Controller Designs
Power Electronics Innovator Takes Next Step Toward Making Digital Controllers Configurable, Price Competitive
The U.S. approved three renewable-energy projects to be built on federal land in California and Nevada. The two solar farms and one wind project are expected to total 1,100 megawatts of capacity, enough to power more than 340,000 homes, Interior Secretary Ken Salazar said today at a press conference in San Francisco. The U.S. doubled its use of renewable-energy during the past four years and these projects are part of the Obama administration’s strategy of promoting wider use of solar, wind and geothermal energy on federal lands, he said. The solar farms are in one of 17 zones approved by the Interior Department last year to accelerate the approval process. “They are the blueprint, the bible, if you will, of where solar energy will go on public lands in the years ahead,”Salazar said. The 750-megawatt McCoy Solar Energy Project, owned byNextEra Energy Inc. (NEE), and Electricite de France SA’s 150-megawatt Desert Harvest plant will use photovoltaic technology and are in Riverside County, in Southern California. Duke Energy Corp. (DUK)’s 200-megawatt Searchlight Wind Energy Project is in Clark County, Nevada. Edison International (EIX)’s Southern California Edison utility received approval from state regulators last year to buy power under a 20-year contract from McCoy’s first 250-megawatt phase, which is expected to start producing power in late 2016. EDF and Duke haven’t announced power-purchase agreements and none of the three companies have named suppliers.
Between 19th and 21st June, Fronius International GmbH will be presenting its latest developments at the Intersolar trade fair in Munich.
Austin, TX - ImagineSolar announces their Spring 2013 solar training schedule, offering an array of industry career training - live and online.
Favorable legislation mandating energy conservation increase opportunities for LED manufacturers
Ballard Power Systems has announced the recent signing of an agreement between Van Hool NV, Europe's fourth largest bus manufacturer, and the Transit Authority in Aberdeen, Scotland for delivery of 10 buses that will be powered by Ballard's 150 kilowatt FCvelocityTM-HD6 fuel cell module.
North American wind turbine installations were at a total over 60GW at the end of 2012. With this volume of wind turbines to have serviced and maintained, wind farm owners now have to look at ways to reduce operations and maintenance [O&M] costs in order to ensure profitability of their assets
CSP Today USA 2013 (26-27 June, Las vegas) will host exclusive SunShot Initiative roundtables to share the latest R&D aimed at driving down CSP costs and optimizing system efficiency.
In just over a week, utilities, investors, system manufacturers and suppliers will be meeting at CPV International (21-22 March, Madrid) 2013.
New series of high power radio frequency (RF) capacitors minimize the impact of temperature upon their performance.
In Iowa and South Dakota, wind energy is more than one-fifth of total energy production
"CELLULOSIC ETHANOL IS READY: THE BIOBASED WORLD PREPARES FOR THE NEXT GENERATION OF ADVANCED FUELS AND CHEMICALS TO COME ONLINE"
GREEN POWER CONFERENCES PROVIDING A LEADING PLATFORM TO THE INDUSTRY FOR ITS CONTINUED EFFORTS IN MAKING COMMERCIAL SCALE PRODUCTION A REALITY
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Solar & Wind - Featured Product
Soiling of the panel glass is one of the major problems in the rapidly expanding solar energy market, with the attendant loss of efficiency and reduction in performance ratios. Now, there's a new, simple and very cost-effective alternative. Based on Kipp & Zonen's unique Optical Soiling Measurement (OSM) technology, DustIQ can be easily added to new or existing solar arrays and integrated into plant management systems. The unit is mounted to the frame of a PV panel and does not need sunlight to operate. It continuously measures the transmission loss through glass caused by soiling, so that the reduction in light reaching the solar cells can be calculated.