Solar professionals converge at the country's most attended solar trade show to build their brands
Located on State Trust Land in Luna County
Ampair returns to 6kW wind turbine market
640 kW solar power plant covers around 6% of the university's needs
BMW Manufacturing Facility in Spartanburg, SC, Expands Use of Clean Energy in Its Material Handling Trucks and Forklifts
While the duties will send prices up, other factors will serve to limit the increase.
Up to 8kHz Waveforms now Supported
Poll of More than 1,300 Green Small Businesses to Evaluate Possible Competitive Advantage Over Other Small Businesses
Clean Energy Collective Awarded Three Additional Solar Gardens through Xcel Energy's Solar*Rewards Program
1.5 MW of Community Solar Bound for Boulder, Denver
"NATIONAL CLEAN ENERGY SUMMIT 6.0: ENERGIZING TOMORROW" WELCOMES PRESIDENT'S NEW CABINET MEMBERS AND CLEAN ENERGY VISIONARIES AT PREMIER CONFERENCE IN LAS VEGAS, AUGUST 13
Secretary of the Interior Sally Jewell and Secretary of Energy Ernest Moniz Join Discussion on Future of Clean Energy
United States Senator for Rhode Island Sheldon Whitehouse to Present Opening Remarks at Energy Ocean International
June 10-12, 2013 at the Crowne Plaza in Warwick, Rhode Island
In a quest for a smaller, more self-sustaining solar power source, a UW-Madison electrical engineer has proposed a design for solar panels that can simultaneously generate power from sunlight and store power reserves for later, all within a single device. Hongrui Jiang and his students developed the idea, published in the journal Advanced Materials June 6. Jiang is the Vilas Distinguished Achievement Professor of electrical and computer engineering at UW-Madison and specializes in microscale devices. He and his students developed the technology as an offshoot of a National Institutes of Health grant to design a self-focusing contact lens that adapts to the eyes of adults suffering from presbyopia, a natural aging process that stiffens the lens and reduces the eye's ability to focus, especially at short distances. To power that contact lens, Jiang and his team have worked out a design that balances energy harvesting, storage and usage. "We needed a multi-functional and small-form-factor device in order to integrate it all into a single contact lens structure," says Jiang. The top layer of each photovoltaic cell is a conventional photo electrode, converting sunlight into electrons. During that conversion process, the electrons split off into two directions: most electrons flow out of the device to support a power load, while some are directed to a polyvinylidene fluoride polymer (PVDF) coated on zinc oxide nanowires. The PVDF has the high dielectric constant required to serve as an energy storage solution. "When there's no sunlight, the stored power will come back through the nano wires to power the load."
Canada is one of the top-five countries that will be considered for mergers and acquisitions in renewable energies over the next 18 months.
This month, Solar Energy World is hosting a free workshop for homeowners at their Maryland headquarters in Elkridge. Homeowners will learn about solar power, how it can be incorporated in their homes, and what the costs and incentives are for going solar. RSVP is required for free admission.
Rigorous testing and maintenance strategies for modules key to ensuring long-term yield for PV plant owners and developers in Chile.
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