Small Wind Case Studies

Here are 4 diversified project case studies illustrating how small wind systems can make a difference.

SECUSOL Caught the Island Fever: Solar Hot Water by Wagner Solar on Star Island

The exceptional operational safety and ease of use are important criteria for the installation on Star Island, because technical support here usually is not available at short notice.

The Jamieson Laboratories Rooftop Solar Project

The rooftop installation consists of 2,200 panels producing approximately 650KW annually. The funds received are credited to the Jamieson utilities account and are offsetting almost 20% of the electricity bill.

Hanwha SolarEnergy America

Hanwha has the development capital and balance sheet that financiers look for in a partner. This is a tremendous differentiator given the current market conditions.

Women and the Solar Industry

Women as a group are the most powerful communication vehicle in the world. When women believe in something, they spread the word faster and more effectively than any advertising can. When it comes to buying power and buying power: They rock.

Ecotech Institute Shares Top Five Cleantech Considerations For Election Time

Regardless of Party Affiliation, Elections Affect the Future of Cleantech

Spotlight intensifies on future CSP tender in South Africa

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.

Chinese and Namibian delegations join CSP Today Sevilla 2012

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 Recycling Start-Up Launches $100K Crowdfunding Campaign

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.

Hanwha Group Launches Hanwha Q.CELLS

Hanwha Group, a top 10 Korean business group and Fortune Global 500 company with businesses in manufacturing, construction, finance, retail and resorts, today launched Hanwha Q.CELLS. The launch marks the completion of the acquisition of German solar company Q.CELLS, one of the worlds' largest solar cell manufacturers and a leading photovoltaics company. Mr. Charles Kim will lead Hanwha Q.CELLS as CEO, joining the company from Hanwha SolarOne. Mr. Min Su Kim will replace Mr. Charles Kim as the president of Hanwha SolarOne and joins the company from Hanwha Group. The launch of Hanwha Q.CELLS establishes Hanwha as the third largest solar manufacturer in the world. Hanwha's 2.3 GW of manufacturing capacity is distributed across Germany, Malaysia and China, a competitive advantage to supply any region in the world, free of trade sanctions.  

In UK Security Technology Must Meet Goals And Remain Cost Effective In 2012

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.

Successful Clenergy appearance at the Solar Power UK 2012

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.

Hanwha Group Launches Hanwha Q.CELLS

New Synergies Establish the Hanwha Group as a Top Three Global Solar Company

BYD and greentomatocars to Debut Pure Electric Minicabs in London

It is expected that the 50 electric BYD e6 will be available for its customers to use from the second quarter of 2013

Schneider Electric Cuts the Energy Consumption of its Own Sites by 25%

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

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OMG Roofing Products  - PowerGrip Plus Roof Mount System

OMG Roofing Products - PowerGrip Plus Roof Mount System

PowerGrip Plus Roof Mount System, a watertight structural attachment system used to secure ballasted solar racks and other equipment to roofs covered with thermoplastic (TPO and PVC) membranes. PowerGrip Plus is designed with wind performance in mind and offers ultimate tensile strength of 2,000 lbf. and ultimate shear strength of 1,075 lbf. Properly installed PowerGrip Plus units reduce rack movement and remaining watertight. PowerGrip Plus units are easy to install, saving both time and labor when compared to alternative options. A wide membrane skirt promotes easy welding in place, and the 15/8 diameter and 1/2 inch tall mount provides an optimal perch for securing brackets or struts. The exposed 1 inch tall and 3/8 inch diameter bolt and mounting stand are made from corrosion-resistant stainless steel and aluminum alloy for superior long-term performance.