TAG Mechanical Installs HVAC Systems Including 220 Solar Panels for the New Net-Zero Skaneateles Village Hall
The high-performing net-zero facility is the first municipal building in New York State that is projected to consume less energy than it generates.
Shaw installing solar panels at flooring manufacturing plant. System to generate 1.4 million kilowatt hours of power annually at Cartersville, Ga. carpet tile facility.
Quixotic Systems Inc. one of the leading solar integrators in the New York/New Jersey metropolitan area has announced that they have been selected as the Solar Thermal Integrator for the Solarize Brooklyn program.
Rancho Santa Margarita Solar Program allows residents to get paid to go solar through November 15, 2013.
SolarBOS Announces ETL Listing for Arc Fault Detection & Arc Fault Circuit Interruption Combiner Boxes
The new AFD/AFCI product line enables projects to meet the 2011 and 2014 NEC 690.11 Arc Fault Circuit Protection requirements.
Blades to be produced at Siemens' Tillsonburg manufacturing facility
Ballard Power Systems has announced the launch of a standardized fuel cell backup power cabinet solution suitable for outdoor deployment as part of the ElectraGen™ product portfolio for telecom network operators.
The global solar company Abengoa Solar has just announced that its massive Solana solar power plant has begun commercial operation in Arizona. The plant represents a transformational breakthrough in utility scale solar power, because it includes an energy storage system based on molten salt. The storage feature enables the plant to keep generating electricity long after the sun goes down. CSPs use mirrors to concentrate solar energy on a focal point, typically a large tower. According to Abengoa, at 280 megawatts the Solana plant is the world’s la rgest CSP plant to use parabolic trough mirrors to concentrate solar energy (typical CSP mirrors, called heliostats, are flat and quadrilateral). It is also the first solar plant in the U.S. with thermal energy storage, in the form of a molten salt system. The storage capacity is about six hours. That enables the plant to keep generating electricity from solar energy well into the early evening hours, when demand in the region typically peaks out. Solana officially went online yesterday after completing a series of tests that included charging the thermal energy storage system and demonstrating that it could produce electricity for six hours using only stored energy.
New Services Increase Performance Ratios, Protect Power Production and Simplify Long-Term Planning
Greenwood Biosar, a leading solar engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) contractor, today announced that James M. McCrea has joined the company as Chief Operating Officer.
SGS will attend the sixth annual International Trade Fair and Conferences for Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency (RENEXPO) in Bucharest, Romania and present its comprehensive services portfolio for renewable energy.
Assurant, Inc.'s Jeanne Schwartz is a finalist for Platts Global Energy's Rising Star Award in recognition of her leadership in developing and growing Assurant's solar insurance business.
Wind and Solar Project Development Company Marks One Gigawatt of Installed Wind Capacity and Celebrates 10th Anniversary
October 21-24, 2013
Future of Distributed Solar, Solar Investment Tax Credit, Net Metering Among Hot Industry Topics at Solar Power International
Solar professionals will gather at largest solar energy show to address issues critical to industry's continued success and growth trajectory
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