Composite bearings technology provides long-term solution for solar and wind applications
Responding to planning proposals announced today by the Scottish Government, Jenny Hogan, Director of Policy for Scottish Renewables, said:
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By Brian von Moos, Director of Utility-Scale Development & Solar Consulting, Borrego Solar
Puerto Rico Manufacturers Association and Borrego Solar Partner to Co-Host Seminar on Commercial Solar Development
Energy Representatives, Industry Leaders and Government Officials to Discuss Puerto Rico's Solar Landscape, Financing and Development of Commercial Solar Projects
Policy Makers and Energy Industry Professionals Convene In Nevada to Discuss the State of Geothermal Energy
Grand Sierra Resort and Casino in Reno, Nev., from June 26-27
It’s a portable socket that gets its power from the sun rather than the grid. You plug into a window instead of into the wall. It’s easy. That was the whole point, according to the designers, Kyohu Song and Boa Oh: “We tried to design a portable socket, so that users can use it intuitively without special training,” they write. It is really simple. The portable socket attaches to a window like a leech to human skin. On its underside, it has solar panels: The solar panels suck energy from the sun. The charger converts that energy into electricity. You plug in to the charger. Even better, the charger stores that energy. After five to eight hours of charging, the socket provides 10 hours of use. You can pop it off the window, stick it in your bag, and use it to charge up your phone with solar energy, even if you’re sitting in a dark room.
Anaergia Inc. (www.anaergia.com) today announced that the biogas upgrading facility at Fair Oaks Farms in Indiana is now operational. Anaergia designed, built and now operates the facility that converts biogas from cow manure into the equivalent of nearly 10,000 gallons per day of diesel fuel for o
Anaergia Inc. (www.anaergia.com) today announced that the 1,750kW cogeneration plant for the 1,981-room Hilton New York in Manhattan is now online. The energy efficient cogeneration system provided by Anaergia represents a bold investment taken by New York City's largest hotel to reduce
Anaergia Inc. (www.anaergia.com) today announced that the Victor Valley Wastewater Reclamation Authority (VVWRA) unanimously voted to enter a 20 year power purchase agreement with Anaergia to save the taxpayers millions of dollars over the life of the project.
Anaergia Inc. (www.anaergia.com ) today announced that the County of Maui, Department of Finance and Mayor Alan Arakawa provided the intent to award the Integrated Waste Conversion and Energy Project at the Central Maui Landfill in Puunene to Anaergia
Thousands of Rural Homes, Farms, Now Open To Single Phase Turbine Option
While concentrated solar power continues to make progress in the Middle East & North Africa, the industry is now assessing whether the technology is in competition with other renewable sources or should be working with them towards the common goal of wider acceptance.
As the vote to appoint Ernest Moniz as the next US energy secretary moves to the full Senate, the long-term impact that his appointment could have on the concentrated solar (CSP) project pipeline in the United States is unclear.
Enel Green Power Latin America and Quiborax have recently joined the quickly growing list of international companies investing in PV power in Chile.
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Baja Carports offers an extensive solar support system product line customized to customers' site specifications by in-house engineers, meeting their parking lot coverage, plus optimal PV production needs. Baja's Full Cantilever Tee is often paired with its Semi and Full Cantilever carports to meet live/loads up to 60psf and wind speeds to 160mph. All Baja products are pre-fabricated, bolted connections, pre-galvanized structural steel for fast on-site installation and project aesthetic requirements."