Austrian Industrial Revitalization Company Plans to Increase Renewable Energy Storage Capabilities for Developing Communities
• The facilities are in different locations in West Papua, New Guinea. They are stand-alone systems with storage batteries from 50 to 150kWp installed in homes and schools. • Given the characteristics of Indonesian geography, an archipelago comprising more than 17,000 islands, a solar PV system is o
A total of $15,000 in educational awards to be given to six students in the global geothermal energy community
Solar Energy USA, a national design and installation firm located in Alpharetta, Georgia, has been nationally approved to offer solar panel systems through the U.S. General Services Administration (GSA).
Energiebau Solarstromsysteme GmbH, a leading European value added reseller and distributor of photovoltaic components and Soligent Distribution LLC, the largest solar distributor in the Americas, are pleased to announce Energiebau's sale of its North American distribution assets to Soligent.
As Federal and State Governments take the initiative to reduce energy consumption, they are setting standards across the country for new construction and existing structures. This has led to an increase in interest for BPI Building Analyst, LEED Green Associate, and solar classes from CleanEdison.
New PV String Monitoring Cards for Combiner Box Applications
sun2safe solution introduced in Pakistan
Fred. Olsen Renewables acquires RWE npower renewables' share of joint venture, Brockloch Rig Wind Farm
Fred. Olsen Renewables (FOR) announced today that the company has acquired the remaining 50% share of joint venture Brockloch Rig Wind Ltd. from RWE npower renewables.
Leading software provider Vela Solaris introduces Polysun 6.2, the latest version of its established design and simulation software.
The ‘Start-Up Alley Challenge' is designed to help start-up companies gain visibility and access to industry players that could lead to solid business opportunities.
California Clean Energy Firm Recognized for their Online Presence
This major award from Lockheed Martin acknowledges ATB as a key supplier of high performance thermal batteries to the defense industry.
SunPower Corp. (SPWR), the second-largest U.S. solar manufacturer, bought Greenbotics Inc., maker of robots that clean panels to increase the amount of power they can generate. The robots clean dirt and dust off of photovoltaic and solar thermal arrays and cut water use by 90 percent, San Jose, California-based SunPower said today in a statement. Terms of the deal, the seventh acquisition SunPower has done since it was formed, weren’t disclosed. SunPower plans to use the systems at projects it develops, especially in the western U.S., the Middle East and Chile, as an alternative to pressure washers and sprayer trucks. The robots will cut water use, save money and boost annual energy yield in dry, dusty regions by as much as 15 percent, according to the release. “It’s half the cost of normal cleaning,” SunPower Chief Executive Officer Tom Werner said in an Nov. 1 interview. The technology, which he likened to a Roomba vacuum cleaner, “is one we can scale.”
Dr. Dan Arvizu, Director of the U.S. Department of Energy's National Renewable Energy Laboratory, expert in issues surrounding integration of 21st century energy technologies with 20th century systems, is lead keynote at Texas Renewables 2013: Renewable Energy in an ‘All-of-the-Above' Energy Market.
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