sonnen celebrates a milestone today at the ribbon cutting ceremony for the McKnight Lane Affordable Housing Development in Waltham, Vermont, the first net-zero, low-income rental housing development in the country.
After a long streak of losses, solar panel prices eventually stabilize this week. Major module manufacturers have been squeezed by the rapidly increasing prices of cells and wafers so as to leave the solar panel prices unchanged, although they are actually planning to adjust their prices upwards, particularly in the regions where solar panel prices were mostly suppressed, such as China and India. Although the demand improves globally, it is still fragile. As a result of a mild demand recovery, major module makers hesitate to raise the prices immediately, leading the solar panel prices to stabilize this week.
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"Zero Emissions. Zero Compromise." - New Campaign Highlights Excitement and Benefits of Fuel Cell Vehicles
The new "Zero Emissions. Zero Compromise." campaign emphasizes the driving excitement of emissions-free fuel cell vehicles and the important roles that fuel cells and hydrogen play by fostering technological innovation, curbing emissions, and increasing U.S. energy independence.
The grid is undergoing a revolution due to the introduction of new energy resources like solar & wind. In order to gain control of these resources and maintain supply & demand of electricity, utilities need to radically increase the number of grid control points while minimizing security vulnerabilities presented by automation & interconnectivity.
8minutenergy Initiates Development Platform Capital Raise and Investment Opportunity into Over 500 MW of Projects With Long Term PPAs and $1 Billion Enterprise Value
8minutenergy announces it is initiating a capital raising process to support the development of its 5.5 GW utility-scale solar PV project pipeline with BofA Merrill Lynch as its financial advisor.
Ballard Power Systems today announced the commissioning and deployment of 10 fuel cell-powered buses in the City of Yunfu, in the Province of Guangdong, China.
IRENA analysis of more than 3,500 cities charts course to increase renewable energy in urban settings
But cheap solar pays price for cost control failure
New products in focus at the WORLD OF ENERGY SOLUTIONS 2016: The trade fair is a reflection of the growing dynamic of carbon-free storage and drive technologies
Exhibitors and conference participants looking towards 2017 with great confidence. The international industry event WORLD OF ENERGY SOLUTIONS 2016 showed a number of new products. Manufacturers benefit from the positive signals received from policymakers and the economy.
Plastics Pipe Institute Sponsor of 2017 Student Design Competition
GTI Team Selected by U.S. Department of Energy to Lead an $80M Supercritical CO2 Pilot Power Plant Project
Gas Technology Institute (GTI), together with partners Southwest Research Institute (SwRI) and GE Global Research, has been selected by the U.S. Department of Energy's (DOE) National Energy Technology Laboratory (NETL) for an $80 million award to design, build, and operate a 10 MWe (megawatts electrical) sCO2 pilot power plant. The goal of this project is to advance the technology development of supercritical carbon dioxide (sCO2) Brayton power cycles.
Study highlights possible approaches to overcoming key challenges preventing perovskite solar cells from being competitive in the solar market
In an important step for this emerging form of renewable energy, a tidal energy turbine has been installed in the Tamar estuary in Launceston, Tasmania, as part of a project to investigate and optimise the device's performance.
Solvay, the leading global supplier of specialty polymers, announced today that it expects to increase global production capacity for its high-performance sulfone polymers by more than 35 percent over the next five years through significant investments and process optimizations at facilities in the U.S. and Asia.
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