Lessons Learned: Collaboration, Empowerment and Vigilance Key to Sites' Successful Safety Culture

It takes more than perfunctory "safety moment" sharing and hard hat stickers to ensure employees and contractors make safety their top priority. In creating a viable safety culture, site leaders first identified the unique strengths of each company and exchanged lessons learned at other power generation facilities.

CHINA FACES $243BN CLIMATE FINANCE "GAP" PER YEAR BY 2020

Series of reforms being explored as China seeks to expand clean tech investment

A New Class of Rogowski Coil Split-core Current Transducers

Until now Rogowski coils have delivered at best a 2% positioning error. With this improvement, the error due to the positioning of the conductor is specified at a maximum of 0.65% of the measured value for a 15mm diameter conductor irrespective of where it is positioned, even if it is adjacent to the coil clasp.

Solar Portfolio Continues Outperformance by Close to 10X

At the current time the market is overbought at a level which historically results in a pullback in the market closer to the 50 day moving average. As a result of this I have been setting our stop loss points very conservatively in order to make you that when a correction or pullback comes we will still lock in healthy profits.

Corrosion Control for Wind and Solar Equipment

Coatings are the first preventative measure for all of these assets. Since most are being deployed in desert areas or mountainous areas or along the coasts, or sometimes in the water, choosing the right coating is imperative to achieve design life.

Impact of Smart Grid on Connected Homes

The study investigated the current and future direction of the market and the opportunities smart grid represents for participants in the value chain.

Ameco Solar: The Economics of Renewable Energy or Why Go Solar?'

Whenever a purchase is made to lower operating costs, the question about payback will always arise. As consumers, those investing in solar systems to offset their electricity costs want to know: how long will the savings created by a solar system add up to equal its cost?

Eagle death at Nevada wind farm brings federal scrutiny

A single dead eagle could spell trouble for a White Pine County wind farm that sells power to NV Energy. The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service is conducting an investigation after a golden eagle was killed in late February at the Spring Valley Wind Farm, about 300 miles north of Las Vegas. San Francisco-based Pattern Energy, which owns the 152-megawatt wind energy project, reported the dead bird and turned it over to federal authorities within 36 hours of its discovery. “They did all the things they were supposed to because of an eagle death,” said Jeannie Stafford, spokeswoman for the Fish and Wildlife Service in Nevada. Even so, the wind farm could face a fine of up to $200,000 because it does not hold a federal “take” permit that would allow the incidental death of a golden or bald eagle. Stafford said the matter is under investigation by the service’s Office of Law Enforcement.

Schindler Elevator Sponsors Solar Impulse Project

Partnership underscores Schindler's commitment to developing sustainable mobility technology

New portable biomass power plant draws visitors to Virginia Tech campus

Henry Quesada-Pineda conducts a demonstration of the portable biomass power unit.

Solar energy causes revolution in Dutch electricity market

EXPERTS: "Growth of solar much greater than expected"

Clariant to Present on Optimizing Ammonia Catalyst Reactor Performance at SynGas 2013

BU Catalysts to describe catalyst optimization in ammonia operations ---Featured catalysts include AmoMax®, ReforMax®, and ShiftMax® ---Clariant products help deliver value in

15 local solar companies show off 18 of their best solar installations throughout the greater San Antonio area during the 2013 Solar Tour, hosted by Solar San Antonio.

LEARN HOW SMART HOME OWNERS ARE SAVING MONEY, SLASHING ENERGY COSTS AND GETTING BIG TAX CREDITS BY GOING SOLAR. TAKE THE FREE SAN ANTONIO SOLAR TOUR, ON SATURDAY, APRIL 13, 2013

Everybody Solar to Kick Off Flagship Solar Project for Rebuilding Together Peninsula

Solar Non-Profit Completes Final Funding Round for Redwood City Project

Gov. Cuomo's NY-Sun Competitive Solar Program Off to a Bright Start

10 year program set to make New York a national leader in solar energy, jobs

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