Despite poor weather Met Office solar PV generates more than estimated in first year
Siemens Wind Power enters Philippine market----- 27 direct drive wind turbines ordered
2degrees Solution of the Year runner-up and TenLinks Best of Show at AIA
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Fully automated test system for all driveline and electric motor testing
John Baudendistel as Controller
Biomass Thermal Energy Council recognizes biomass heating facility as part of NREL's renewable energy commitment
Tollgrade Communications, Inc., the market leading provider of predictive fault analytics that is redefining a new standard for reliability at the world's largest electric utilities and broadband providers, announced today the appointment of Kimberly M. Getgen as Vice President of Corporate Marketin
Baker Electric Solar is pleased to announce a new zero interest 5-year solar energy loan program for Southern California homeowners. The award-winning full-service solar integrator is providing the loan option because some customers have indicated they want to own their PV system versus leasing.
Solar Impulse has made history with the first aircraft to fly across the United States without a single drop of fuel. Instead, the innovative Solar Impulse HB-SIA prototype made its segmented journey using renewable solar power. The ambitious coast-to-coast trip from NASA's Moffett Field in Mountain View, Calif., to John F. Kennedy Airport in New York City took two months to complete, landing safely on July 6. The aircraft draws its power from 11,628 solar cells and has an average flying speed of 43 mph. Its maximum altitude is approximately 27,900 feet, while it boasts an extremely light carbon fiber structure and an enormous wingspan equal to that of an Airbus A340. According to the project website, the solar powered HB-SIA was designed top to bottom to save energy, resist the hostile conditions facing the plane and pilot at high altitudes, and to marry weight restraints with the required strength. The Flight Across America mission was steered by Bertrand Piccard and André Borschberg, the Swiss pilots and founders of Solar Impulse. The two men took turns manning the single passenger cockpit as it made its way across the U.S. making stops in Phoenix, Dallas Fort Worth and Washington D.C. before reaching its final destination in New York.
The ENMAT Team are pleased to announce the opening of the ENMAT Store, selling Smart Meters, Data Loggers, and ENMAT Software.
The United States has now a 10 Gigawatts solar photovoltaic capacity. It is the fourth country to reach this threshold.
Rooibos Ltd., the global market leader in rooibos tea production, has chosen to install a 511 kWp SolarWorld solar system on the roofs of its storage facilities in the Cederberg region of South Africa.
This project is the first completed under the Clean L.A. Solar program, which is a 150 MW program over the next few years.
Sonali Solar outlined for Intersolar attendees how they ensure quality and consistency on all of their modules.
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