Cibao International Airport inaugurates 1.5 megawatts of SolarWorld panels and racking
Milford, NH- Hendrix Wire & Cable, a premier provider of high quality overhead and underground power distribution products, announces a green solution for overhead distribution circuits with their Spacer Cable Systems.
An efficient furnace lining is key to reducing overall maintenance costs and ensuring that facilities run smoothly without undue revenue loss due to downtime. Follow the five tips below to keep your furnace lining running efficiently.
Efacec first to receive certification allowing its DC fast chargers to serve all cars in US that allow fast charge
New Facility Will Service the Valley and Environs, Brings Jobs to the Region
The National Association of Energy Service Companies Recognizes Eaton as an Accredited Energy Services Company
Eaton Energy Solutions Group Delivers Street Lighting Improvements Through Energy Savings Performance Contracts
Mendocino Transit Authority becomes first in nation to buy and install solar system through local-government solar-purchasing cooperative
Biogas Plant to Generate Power and Heat for Textile Industry
HelWin1 North Sea platform will supply more than 500,000 households with wind power ---- Commissioning of grid connection HelWin1 on schedule for 2014 ---- More than 100 employees performing installation at sea
RENEXPO Poland will take place on 16 and 17 October 2013 at the EXPO XXI Warsaw International Expocentre
Cloud-based platform spawns global trade hub for entire solar value chain
This online tool will help you quickly and accurately choose the right power distribution block for your application
Amherstburg, Belmont and Walpole projects total 50 megawatts AC First Solar will provide operations and maintenance
Businesses prove innovative fuel policy leads to increase in jobs, alternative fuel production
Solar panel satellite could beam a THIRD of humanity's power to Earth by 2025, claims former Nasa engineer
A cocktail glass-shaped satellite that could provide a third of the world's required energy by 2025 is being developed by Nasa. The design was created by Dr John Mankins who was commissioned by Nasa to explore the possibility of using solar panels in space to send energy to Earth. What Dr Mankins came up with was an incredible floating satellite named the SPS-ALPHA, or Solar Power Satellite via Arbitrarily Large PHased Array. n a recent interview with Becky Ferreria at Motherboard , Dr Mankins claimed that, depending on funding, SPS-ALPHA could be launched by as early as 2025. 'A single solar power satellite would deliver power to on the order of a third of humanity—not all at the same time, but any of that market could, in principle, be addressed,' he said. The technology would mean that energy would beamed down to Earth where power stations would pick it up and farm it out to customers. The system would be made up of thousands of thin, curved mirror-like pieces which could move around to ensure that they picked up as much sun as possible. The inside of the SPS-ALPHA would also be lined with photovaltic panels which convert the sun’s energy into microwaves. These microwaves would then be beamed down to Earth out of the bottom end of the ‘cocktail glass’.
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