Innovative concept expected to offer significant advancements in logistics, design and safety
Plant will add needed capacity to Maryland; power up to 859,000 homes ---- Will be one of the cleanest, most efficient power plants in the nation and feature a low-profile design to minimize sightlines ---- Plant expected to contribute up to $1.2 billion to area economy; create 700-800 construction jobs
Ecotech Institute's First Free Online Course, "Introduction to Sustainability", Receives Positive Student Feedback
Course Provided New Ways of Looking at Sustainability to U.S. and International Students
EnterSolar, a leading provider of solar photovoltaic (PV) systems to the commercial marketplace, today announced it has received more than $6 million through multiple rounds of NYSERDA funding to facilitate the construction of 10 new large-scale commercial solar installations.
A prototype of India’s first floating solar power station could soon be coming up in the pond of Victoria Memorial. If the plan proves to be a success, such floating solar power stations could also be set up in the water reservoirs and dams of hydroelectric power stations thereby increasing their output. “Developing a floating solar power station would prove to be a revolutionary step as it could solve the perennial problem of land. Such pilot projects are also going on in a few countries such as France and Australia,” said SP Gon Choudhury, an international expert in solar energy and the brain behind this project. The idea is simple. A raft like platform fitted with hollow plastic or tin drums would be floating on water. The power generating equipment such as solar panels would be fitted on this raft so that they can float on water. It would not only solve the problem of land but would also help conserve water in the water bodies. The solar panels, which would be floating on water, would cut off the direct sunlight and hence slow down the rate of evaporation. “Studies have also shown that if the rear surface of solar panels are kept cooler, then their ability to generate power goes up by 16%. As these solar panels would be floating on water, they are expected to stay cool and hence we can generate more power than those set up on land,” Choudhury said.
The 5th Nuclear New Build China Summit 2013——the Best in Class Platform for NPP Equipments Suppliers
Updates on China's Nuclear New Build Projects
Increased demand and the wish to reinforce customer focus moved the company away from a distributor representation towards a direct sales and product support network model. The 2G Group today unveils a new expansion in Canada.
A 4.5 megawatt (AC) solar project in San Francisco
WEG Leveraging Permanent Magnet Direct Drive Technology to Capture Expanding Market
According to Climate Bonds CEO Sean Kidney, "Solar energy seems like a straightforward fixed asset to include in our definition of a low carbon economy.
Advanced NiFe battery performance provides exceptional benefits in microgrid applications; battery life extends to thousands of deep discharge cycles; float charge to 20 years.
SAKOR Technologies to Exhibit Engine, Hybrid vehicle, and Battery Testing Technologies at The Battery Show/EV Tech Expo
At booth E705
A White House official confirmed to the Washington Post on Thursday that installation of solar panels began this week on the First Family’s residence. The plan to use solar energy was first revealed in October 2010, but was not put into effect until now. During a GreenGov symposium at George Washington University, then-Energy Secretary Steven Chu announced the plan to install American-made solar panels in the spring of 2011. “This project reflects President Obama’s strong commitment to U.S. leadership in solar energy and the jobs it will create here at home,” Chu said at the time. “Deploying solar energy technologies across the country will help America lead the global economy for years to come.” This is not the first attempt to include solar power in the White House’s energy mix. In 1979, President Jimmy Carter installed panels on the roof, which were taken down by President Ronald Reagan in 1986.
Africa has a huge untapped potential for generating clean energy, including enough hydroelectric power from its seven major river systems to serve the entire continent's needs, as well as enormous potential for other energy sources such as solar, wind and geothermal.
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