25kW system installed by Green Power Solutions provides 30 percent of Quick Turn Around facility's electricity
Preston Booker, has joined the organization as Senior Vice President of Sales. Stri Zulch, has joined as Vice President of Marketing.
5th Propylene Trade & Derivatives Markets opens in Singapore on 2-3 Dec, 2013 to discuss major trends in propylene and derivatives market - impact of shale gas on propylene production, demand & supply gap in propylene, payoffs from on-purpose production methods and forecasts for derivatives sector.
California’s three biggest utilities are sparring with their own customers about systems that store energy from the sun, opening another front in the battle that’s redefining the mission of electricity generators. Edison International (EIX), PG&E Corp. and Sempra Energy (SRE) said they’re putting up hurdles to some battery backups wired to solar panels because they can’t be certain the power flowing back to the grid from the units is actually clean energy. The dispute threatens the state’s $2 billion rooftop solar industry and indicates the depth of utilities’ concerns about consumers producing their own power. People with rooftop panels are already buying less electricity, and adding batteries takes them closer to the day they won’t need to buy from the local grid at all, said Ben Peters, a government affairs analyst at Mainstream Energy Corp., which installs solar systems. “The utilities clearly see rooftop solar as the next threat,” Peters said from his office in Sunnyvale, California. “They’re trying to limit the growth.”
Energy business leaders and stakeholders gathered in the Historic Capital for a full-day session to propose, debate and vote on energy policy priorities for the 2014 session
Company will showcase latest monitoring, control and supervision systems for renewable energy based power plants at SPI in Chicago; State-of-the-art control system ensures grid stability management of PV, wind, and hybrid power installations; Completes 5.8 MWp project in Yuma, Arizona
Solar Energy USA, Georgia's premier provider of home solar panel installations, is proud to offer free solar powered electric vehicle (EV) charging at their corporate office in Alpharetta, GA.
Zeversolar, has partnered with PROINSO, a leading global distributor of solar equipment, to introduce new inverters to selected global markets. From October 2013 on PROINSO will distribute Zeversolars inverter-line.
Greenshine New Energy will attend SPI 2013, McCormick Place, Chicago, from OCtober 22 to October 24.
As a part of the city of lights efforts to reduce its carbon emission, 42,000 LED street lights have been installed all over the city. The replacement of traditional street lights to LED street lights will allow the city to save $2 million per year.
Last week, Total and Etrion Corporation announced the launch of Project Salvador, with the construction of the largest "merchant" type's solar plant in the world, that is to say, selling electricity on the spot market.
Intermountain Wind and Solar Is Offering Utah Residents Incentives for Solar Power in Salt Lake City
The Region Leader in the Industry, IWS Announced Today That Their Incentive Program Has Become Extremely Successful With Helping Residents Save Money
Latest Testing Proves Printed Circuit Board Stator Technology For Wind Power Generators Provides Better Reliability And Improves Performance
In addition to better performance, the reduced weight and modular design of a PCB stator significantly lowers the expected operations and maintenance costs for a BWP generator while driving increased energy production.
Targeting Fast Growing U.S. Residential Solar Market
Second Largest U.S. Solar Installer Opens Regional Office and Plans to Hire 60 Employees to Offer Homeowners Lower Cost Energy----- Marked Launch with Team of Volunteers at DOE Solar Decathlon
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