Renewable Energy in an "All-of-the-Above" World
Back to school: Outdoor solar classroom brings savings and learning opportunities to elementary school
MAGE SOLAR and Ecological Energy complete 50 kW solar classroom with ACPV at Holston View Elementary in Tennessee
Polysilicon prices experience a sharp increase this week. Chinese polysilicon makers have been raising their prices since the announcement of the Chinese polysilicon antidumping case.
ENMAT have just launched some very exciting changes and benefits to its Worldwide Energy Management Partner Network. The ENMAT Partner Programme allows resellers to provide their customers with a full suite of Energy and Carbon Management Monitoring tools at affordable prices.
Gaia-Wind, the UK's world class farm scale turbine manufacturers have notched up another success as the Prime Minister of Tonga, Lord Tu'ivakano, commissioned the kingdom's first wind turbine at Nakolo Village.
World leading farm scale wind turbine manufacturer Gaia-Wind today announced the introduction of the "Self Raising Tower". The new hinged and motorised tower makes the Gaia-Wind 133 the biggest small wind turbine (rotor diameter) that can be installed without heavy machinery.
Applied Energy Solutions, a new look and a new website the carry the company into the future.
SHEC Energy Corporation beats estimates in achieving an 89% cost reduction in solar energy collection, making base-load solar power competitive against coal.
ScotiaLight and SolarOne Solutions, Inc. complete a commercial agreement for the introduction of Scotia Sun Mast PV Clad light pole into the US Market
Eighteen GE 2.5-100 Wind Turbines to Mark Company's Debut in the Country---- 45 Megawatts of Wind Power to Increase Estonia's Renewable Energy Capacity---- Estonia in Pole Position to Reach the 2020 Renewable Energy Targets
One tracker will be able to power 100 houses or 600kw.
New York State is partnering to bring top experts to Niagara Falls for premier World Event featuring economic programs, sustainable products & technologies in new energy
IBM has announced a weather-modeling and power-grid management system with the goal of increasing the effectiveness and efficiency of renewable energy sources such as wind and solar power. "Applying analytics and harnessing big data will allow utilities to tackle the intermittent nature of renewable energy and forecast power production from solar and wind, in a way that has never been done before," IBM's global energy and utilities industry headman Brad Gammons said in a statement. "We have developed an intelligent system that combines weather and power forecasting to increase system availability and optimize power grid performance." The system, called Hybrid Renewable Energy Forecasting, or HyRef, is part of theSmart er Energy component of IBM's Smarter Planet initiative. HyRef uses cloud-imaging tech and cameras that track cloud movement, and combines that data with info from sensors on wind turbines that keep track of wind direction, temperature, and speed. All of this data is fed into weather models and analyzed in such a way as to be able, IBM claims, to "produce accurate local weather forecasts within a wind farm as far as one month in advance, or in 15-minute increments." By doing so, IBM says that HyRef can enable renewable-energy installations to better predict the power they can produce – wind and solar being variable sources – and thus to better anticipate the amount of power they will be able to provide to the grid to which they are connected. Such predictions enable managers to better accommodate the need to supplement renewables with such conventional power sources as coal and gas-fired power plants.
Moapa Band of Paiutes Enters Into Exclusive Joint Venture Partnership with Herbst Energy LLC and Stronghold to Develop Tribal Clean Energy
Moapa Energy will generate clean electricity for both residents of Nevada tribal lands, as well as thousands of Western utility customers; Project will provide revenue for the Moapa Band of Paiutes and Create Jobs on Tribal Lands
-International subsidiaries are not affected -SUNSELEX Group in restructuring process
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