The Ontario Clean Technology Alliance has taken its news of the milestone order by Samsung Renewable Energy and Pattern Energy Group for the supply and commissioning of 124 Ontario-made wind turbines to HANNOVER MESSE in Germany this week to provide evidence of Ontario's thriving clean tech sector.
American-European Technology and Business Exchange to be Launched in Pittsburgh, PA
Recognizing the vulnerabilities of grid dependency, organizations are looking at fuel cells as an attractive option for reliable backup power.
According to TrendForce, Chinese PV first-tier manufacturers have come to Taiwan not only to exchange marketing ideas but also to resolve concerns and maintain their existiing relationship with related industries.
Sunlabob to supply solar PV materials for off-grid electrification of schools, homes, businesses and community centers
According to the study 'Security & Safety in a Smart Energy World' of TÜV SÜD, the energy and manufacturing sectors are underestimating the potential risks involved in modernising power grids; awareness of the vulnerability of smart grids is negligible and protective action is rare.
The Haixi New Energy Industry Alliance was formally introduced on March 15. Both as its founding sponsors, Clenergy signsed a strategic cooperation agreement with Xiamen University's School of Energy Research, promoting new energy technologies in the region and the world.
Panorama is developed to monitor Clenergy's SPH series of inverters and to provide remote viewing of key parameters. The tablet recently earned China's Utility Model Patent, which comes on top of previous software copyright patents in China as well as C-Tick, SAA, G59,G83,and CE.
Nearly 200,000 Plug-In Electric Vehicles Equipped with Vehicle-to-Building Technology Will be Sold Through 2020, Forecasts Navigant Research
"Numerous pilot projects around the world are developing and testing V2B technologies, most of them as part of larger microgrid and smart grid projects."
This new addition to the product group offers exceptional current rating for this voltage class and package size, thereby maximising the power to package ratio.
Vivint Solar chooses Enphase as 2013 inverter supplier
Frost & Sullivan: Commissioning of Large Hydropower Projects in Latin America Fuels Demand for Large Hydro Turbines
Turbine market gains as governments turn to large hydro power projects to reduce dependence on fossil fuel
Solairedirect commits to purchasing 54 MW of ReneSola modules
New Engineered Foundation for Solar Tree® Structures Facilitates Fast & Easy Installation of Envision Solar's Drag & Drop Infrastructure™ Product Line
Solar Wind Energy Tower, Inc. Innovative Design and Construction Methods Reduces Capital Costs And Improves Financial Performance of Downdraft Tower
Reducing the Downdraft Tower's height and shape enables the structure to be built much more affordably using the newest formulations of industrial concrete.
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