"The quality of these industry leaders is a welcome addition to our team and they will play a significant role in the successful construction of the New Jersey Energy Link."
Ovation™ advanced control technologies will enhance availability, performance of first U.S. commercial-scale facility that utilizes integrated energy storage to generate electricity on demand
Jim Lanard, a speaker at the marcus evans Wind Power Summit 2013, on avoiding costly mistakes in wind farm development.
These changes will enable utilities to process applications for interconnection of small generators more efficiently and cost-effectively
Bloomberg New Energy Finance finds industry installed 13.2 gigawatts of capacity as equipment costs fell and the expiration of a key subsidy loomed
Strategic Research Unit for smart grids and super grids to be opened in DNV KEMA's headquarters in Arnhem, the Netherlands
The ISO 9001:2008 certification covers all aspects of R&D, production and quality control.
MDA Fair at Hannover Messe will present complete range of world's power transmission and control technologies
Exhibition space fully booked; Unparalleled Interdisciplinary Synergies with Wind, MobiliTec and Industrial Automation Shows; Green Themes Center Stage at MDA Forum
Geothermal Industry to gather in Washington, D.C. for the release of GEA's Yearly Update
Solar trade group cites proposed rule as major regulatory victory for U.S. solar energy industry
Turbines aged 10 years or over are found to experience an O&M cost increase of up to 25% (Wind Energy Updates EOW Options Report 2012), resulting in owner/operators being forced to analyse their post-warranty strategy and fully assess their O&M options.
KYOCERA to Supply Solar Modules and Services for First-Ever ‘Social Contribution Mega-Solar Power Plant Project' in Japan to be Installed through University, Government and Corporate Collaboration
Profits from sale of generated electricity to be donated to local NPOs for social services, education, and citizens' activities
Japan is moving away from reliance on nuclear power plants after the Fukushima disaster, and plplans to build the world's largest offshore wind farm. Officials say the proposal calls for construction of 143 wind turbines on platforms 10 miles off the coast of Fukushima, where the Daiichi nuclear power plant was damaged in the March, 2011 earthquake and tsunami. The wind farm will generate 1 gigawatt of power as part of a national plan to increase renewable energy resources following the post-tsunami shutdown of the Japan's 54 nuclear reactors, NewScientist.com reported Wednesday. The Fukushima prefecture has said it intends to be completely energy self-sufficient by 2040, using only renewable sources, including the country's biggest solar park, which has also been proposed. When completed, the Fukushima wind farm will surpass the 504 megawatts generated by the 140 turbines at the Greater Gabbard farm off the coast of Suffolk in Britain, currently the world's largest farm. "This project is important -- I think it is impossible to use nuclear power in Fukushima again," project manager Takeshi Ishihara of the University of Tokyo said.
New and improved website offers easier navigation, a cleaner interface, better educational content, more product documentation, enhanced search engine optimization and a stronger focus on supporting solar industry professionals.
American Wind Energy Association's Finance Policy Manager to Speak at Infocast's Annual Wind Power Finance & Investment Summit in San Diego
Paul Holshouser, AWEA's Finance Policy Manager, Joins Roster of Industry Leaders Speaking at Wind F&I Summit on February 5-7, 2013
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