The winners are announced as part of an official ceremony on June 19, 2013 at Intersolar Europe in Munich.
Seven GE 2.5-103 Wind Turbines to Add 17.5 Megawatts of Cleaner Power***** Energia Verde Ventuno-Owned Cerna Wind Park to Power 7,000 Romanian Households***** 10-Year Full Service Agreement with Production-Based Availability Guarantee***** Financing for the Project Arranged by Quercus Assets Selection
GE to Provide Stena Renewable AB with 10, 1.6-Megawatt Wind Turbines for Project Fredriksdal in Sweden
The turbines will produce 16 megawatts of electricity, enough to power 11,000 Swedish homes.
Panel Reduces Installation Cost and Maximizes Inventory Flexibility
CSDR-A brand new CPV systems manufacturer has taken a new financial approach to CPV which, if successful, could disrupt the CPV landscape and force major change amongst well established systems manufacturers. CSDR is sponsoring CPV International 2013 next March in Madrid.
The capabilities of wind turbine performance monitoring (PM) technology have increased exponentially over the last several years, and now provides operators with an increasingly complex datasets into how well their turbines have performed.
According to EnergyTrend, a research division of global market research firm TrendForce, despite the financial strains experienced by various countries' solar markets and the persistence of trade disputes, the PV industry showed growth in 2012 as shipments from Taiwan's PV Cell makers reached record
SolarBridge Technologies brings its ACPV Revolution Roadshow to the Denver metro area to promote growth in the solar jobs industry.
Tech Products, Inc. has been working with utilities since 1948 to find better ways to mark distribution poles so it can be easily identified in all weather conditions. Our Everlast™ 1" pole tags are currently being used by Con Edison to mark all of their above ground distribution poles.
DreamWeaver Gold™ battery separator combines microfibers and nanofibers in a highly porous substrate that has very high temperature stability without significant thermal shrinkage--up to 300 C.
Solar System Highlights Commitment to Environmental Sustainability
Sales, technical support, software training especially for Indian wind energy market. Meteodyn India office has opened since the 1st of February and is located in Pune, near Mumbai.
Strategic Carbon LLC, a global science-based energy and environmental consulting and development enterprise, has announced that Strategic Carbon Founder Dr. Richard Coffin is leading an expedition to explore methane contributions to climate change
A novel fabrication technique developed by UConn engineering professor Brian Willis could provide the breakthrough technology scientists have been looking for to vastly improve today’s solar energy systems. The potential breakthrough lies in a novel fabrication process called selective area atomic layer deposition (ALD) that was developed by Willis, an associate professor of chemical, materials, and biomolecular engineering and the previous director of UConn’s Chemical Engineering Program. Willis joined UConn in 2008 as part of an eminent faculty hiring initiative that brought an elite team of leaders in sustainable energy technology to the University. Willis developed the ALD process while teaching at the University of Delaware, and patented the technique in 2011. It is through atomic layer deposition that scientists can finally fabricate a working rectenna device. In a rectenna device, one of the two interior electrodes must have a sharp tip, similar to the point of a triangle. The secret is getting the tip of that electrode within one or two nanometers of the opposite electrode, something similar to holding the point of a needle to the plane of a wall. Before the advent of ALD, existing lithographic fabrication techniques had been unable to create such a small space within a working electrical diode. Using sophisticated electronic equipment such as electron guns, the closest scientists could get was about 10 times the required separation. Through atomic layer deposition, Willis has shown he is able to precisely coat the tip of the rectenna with layers of individual copper atoms until a gap of about 1.5 nanometers is achieved. The process is self-limiting and stops at 1.5 nanometer separation.
As the concentrated solar power industry turns its attention to the Middle East and North Africa, CSP Today is hosting a webinar to discuss the opportunities on 12 February 2013.
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