The phenomenal growth that started the year is expected to continue throughout 2013 as demand for solar energy is forecast to double.
Sixth 500 kilowatt Conergy solar park connected to the grid since the start of the year
Renewvia Makes Renewable Energy Attractive to Investors
Aries Power & Industrial presents at the 2nd Annual Mexico International Renewable Energy Conference technology and market based strategies to improve competiveness in the Mexican market.
Aries is present in the largest business to business solar industry event in Mexico. ----- Aries is providing engineering and development services to promote and develop solar projects in LATAM and the United States.
Combines single-post principle of the Sigma I with robust rail technology of Sigma II
Now available on Apple devices, Solar Site Design is a free app positioned to assist solar professionals minimize soft costs of solar projects, including customer acquisitions and solar project management.
Comet Land Development calls upon Alternative Utility Services, Inc.'s Virtual Solar PPA to help provide the funding needed to construct a nearly 70-acre solar farm in Upper Deerfield Township, NJ.
More than 27,000 riders pass through solar electricity-powered stations during opening week
In 2005, Highview Power Storage began researching the possibility of utility scale energy storage using liquid air. Excess energy (during low-demand times) is used to compress air into a liquid, which can then be stored in insulated low-pressure tanks. When demand exceeds production, the liquid air is warmed and the resulting steam is used to drive the turbine of a generator. According to Highview, cryogenic energy storage offers the following benefits: It uses proven technology that’s been been around for years. Regulations for cryogenic storage already exist. Storage is at low pressure, making tanks less costly. (Tanks are insulated to keep the liquid air cold, but they’re still less expensive than room-temperature compressed air storage tanks.) Air doesn’t explode and it’s non-toxic. Liquid air has four times the energy density of compressed air. During the storage process, ambient air is filtered to remove impurities. Water and CO2 are also removed because they’ll freeze solid. The resulting air is refrigerated. Some of the air condenses into a liquid at -196oC. That liquid air is stored in tanks. The remaining unliquified air is very cold, so it’s recycled and used to assist in the cooling process. During the recovery process, exhaust gas is added to heat the liquid air. When the liquid is gasified, it drives a steam engine that generates electricity. In the process of heating the liquid air, the exhaust gas is chilled to -160oC. The “cold” is stored in a gravel bed and later recovered to help the chilling process used during energy storage. This reduces the amount of work the compressor has to do, making the process more efficient. Read Tom Lombardo's Full Article.
The ENMAT team are currently working on a new version of its already popular ENMAT (Energy Monitoring and Targeting) software. Visit http://www.en-mat.com for more information.
By building on 1BOG's proven technology platform and partnering with major national solar companies, 1BOG allows homeowners to compare pricing and financial options such as leases and PPAs, much like they would on Kayak or Expedia except they also receive unbiased guidance throughout the process from an independent 1BOG solar specialist.
Solar Wind Energy Tower Building Clean Energy Towers in U.S, Mexico, Electricity Produced to Cost as Little as Oil-Fired Plants
Solar Wind Energy Tower, Inc, a renewable energy company, spoke to Interlinked TV at the recent FSX Investment conference, declaring its intention to build two clean energy towers in locations in the United States and Mexico. Using proven existing technology and construction systems, the company plans to complete construction and produce abundant, cheap electricity with zero-to-minimal environmental effects using only hot air and water as fuel sources.
Tenaska Sends First Energy from Large-scale Solar Project in the Imperial Valley to San Diego Gas & Electric's Sunrise Powerlink
State Officials, Community Leaders Join Tenaska to Send Renewable Energy to the Grid
Company Delivers Adaptive Charging Solutions for Site Hosts and Consumers to Track, Bill, Pay, Manage and Optimize their Electric Vehicle Charging Needs
GRC Annual Meeting & GEA Geothermal Energy Expo To Convene World's Largest Geothermal Industry Gathering
Las Vegas: September 29 through October 2
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Eliminate Solar Rack Ballast and Reduce Rooftop Material Handling. PowerGrip™ Universal (PGU) is a commercial roof mount system designed to secure solar racks and other equipment to any type of commercial roofing system. PGU provides a secure connection directly to the roof deck or structural members and is designed to reduce or eliminate ballast in solar racking systems, so there's less weight on the roof and less material handling. Made of heavy-duty cast aluminum, PGU units include a base ring which is secured through the roofing cover and into the structural roof deck, and a waterproof top plate.