Net Metering Policy, Declining Costs Drive State Jobs, Installations
Energy Security Trust Counterproductive Says Advanced Biofuels USA, Preferring a True Carbon Tax and Apollo Program Scale Efforts
Obama Energy Security Trust Counterproductive
Will generate enough energy for up to 100,000 Canadian homes
This year's honorees come from a broad range of sectors including clean tech, academia and biotech, showing the growth of women in leadership roles throughout many industries.
Conergy supplies modules for 3.3 MW Prosolia plants in the Canaries and near Madrid
The strong international presence of well-known companies clearly demonstrates the interest in the Region.
Sapphire Achieves Major Milestone with Continuous Green Crude Oil Production
… And the utilities that are doing it right
South Africa and Israel to Drive Solar Photovoltaic Demand in 2013; Saudi Arabia to Become Leader by 2017
"ZephIR wind lidar provides real time wind monitoring during the construction of a wind farm allowing us to make key operational decisions with all the evidence we need."
Solar photovoltaic panels generate DC (Direct Current) electricity. However, almost every household and business in Southern California uses AC (Alternating Current) electricity. A solar inverter changes DC power to AC power so it can provide electricity that is suitable for use at home or business.
One-of-a-Kind Solar Simulator Allows Accurate Characterization of CPV Module Performance, Speeds Up Design Certification According to IEC 62108
Online program teaches professionals, government officials variety of renewable energy topics
Morgan Thermal Ceramics will speak on low biopersistent fibers and energy efficient lining designs at ACerS Symposium on Refractories
Morgan Thermal Ceramics announces that Steve Chernack, manager of applications engineering, will give two presentations at the American Ceramic Society's (ACerS) Forty-ninth Annual Symposium on Refractories, which is focusing on refractory challenges in the chemical and hydrocarbon processing industries. Mr. Chernack will speak on the growing use of low biopersistent fibers in refineries and chemical plants, and will also present on energy efficient lining designs for today's fired heaters. The symposium will be held March 27-28, 2013, at the Hilton St Louis Airport Hotel, in St Louis, Missouri.
Scientists at Stanford University have improved the efficiency of a revolutionary solar cell by around 100 times. Unlike standard photovoltaic cells, which only capture light energy, Stanford’s new device captures both light and heat, potentially boosting solar cell efficiency towards 60% — way beyond the 30-40% limit of traditional silicon photovoltaic solar cells. This new device uses a process called photon-enhanced thermionic emission (PETE). In photovoltaic cells, photons strike a semiconductor (usually silicon), creating electricity by knocking electrons loose from their parent atoms. The PETE process is similar, but also very different and altogether rather complex. In essence, think of it as the photovoltaic equivalent of a turbocharger. Full Article.
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