Regardless of Party Affiliation, Elections Affect the Future of Cleantech
Last week the Development Bank of Southern Africa (DBSA) announced the approval of loans amounting to R9.6 Billion for 14 renewable energy projects in South Africa, with a combined capacity of 896.5MW.
As CSP Today Sevilla 2012 continues to expand, CSP Today is delighted to confirm the participation of China and Namibia as part of the international delegations representing the most lucrative emerging markets for CSP at present; at the premier International Concentrated Solar Thermal Power event th
Organic waste recycling start-up, Re-Nuble, has launched an aggressive $100,000 crowdfunding campaign to finance its mission of redefining the meaning of waste – starting with the nation's capital.
As much as the economy may be improving, businesses still know they have to keep a tight reign on finances, but they also have more security concerns than ever before.
At the Solar Power UK 2012 exhibition in Birmingham (2nd – 4th October) the PV mounting system manufacturer Clenergy has not only exhibited but also released innovations such as the PV-ezRack Trapezoidal mounting system and the online PV Design tool PV-ezDesign. The show has also been a strong and lasting confirmation of Clenergy's successful entry in the UK PV market since 2011.
New Synergies Establish the Hanwha Group as a Top Three Global Solar Company
It is expected that the 50 electric BYD e6 will be available for its customers to use from the second quarter of 2013
Across 160 industrial and commercial sites; achieving significant reduction in CO2 emissions; 15% consumption reduction since 2005 and new objective to reduce by more than 10% by 2014
One Millionth Photovoltaic Solar Module Installed at MidAmerican Solar's Topaz Project by First Solar
Earlier this month, the one millionth solar module was installed at what is the largest solar project under construction in the world. When complete, the 550-megawattAC project will include nearly 9 million photovoltaic (PV) modules.
Huge solar project creates hundreds of jobs and starts generating clean, renewable electricity
Washington Gas and Energy-owned systems bring solar to classrooms across Caroline County Public Schools on Maryland's Eastern Shore
EVlink™ electric vehicle charging stations to help researchers measure energy demand in ground-breaking urban neighborhood
INVESTMENTS IN SUSTAINABLE AGRICULTURE AND CLEAN WATER RAISE OPIC'S RENEWABLE RESOURCES COMMITMENTS TO $1.55 BILLION FOR FY2012, UP 41 PERCENT OVER LAST YEAR
SMEs deliver renewable energy to emerging markets with OPIC support
Eaton Advances Power Management for Solar Power Installations to Optimize Energy Harvest, Improve System Reliability
PVGard® engineered monitoring system alerts customers to underperforming panels, inverters and transformers.
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Professional weather sensors form the heart of large solar plants supporting their operation and performance. Lufft was the first manufacturer to combine several sensors in one housing, bringing the largest multiparameter weather sensor family with 19 members into being. Many of them are well-suited for solar site assessment and continuous monitoring. The most commonly used one is the WS600 delivering data on temperature, air pressure, wind, relative humidity and precipitation. Through its open protocol, it can easily be attached to radiation sensors e.g. from Kipp&Zonen. Other models have an integrated Silicon, Second Class or Secondary Standard radiation sensor.