US Embassy Tokyo Embraces Solar Power; ABC Solar Japan Partners with Suniva to Deliver Creative Energy Solution
Japan PV Solar Trends in Clean Energy Led by US Embassy Housing Complex
Company Surpasses 80% Solar Presence on U.S. Locations
IXYS Integrated Circuits Division Introduces 2 Solid State Relays Certified to the EN 60747-5-5 Standard
The PLA192E and PLA193E have been enhanced to meet harsh partial discharge demands
Company launches third project in the state, expanding wind generation capacity to 472 megawatts
"Concentrating solar power technologies use mirrors to reflect and concentrate sunlight to produce heat, which can then be used to produce electricity,"
Previously there has been no single software tool available on the market that covers both wind turbine and substructure design analysis in one analysis package. Now Fedem Technology and DNV Software have joined forces with a new coupled analysis module available in Sesam Wind – used when performance of the wind turbine is influenced by wave loading
Crowdfunding offers all of us a new way to protect our shared environment
Innovative gas gauge IC with Impedance Track™ accurately monitors state-of-health, state-of-charge of lead-acid batteries used in UPS and e-bike designs
aleo solar strenghtens market position in Greece and presents innovative solar solutions at the ECOTEC exhibition
new aleo solar High-Efficiency modules make even more efficient use of the sunlight
Considered one of the most important events in Latin America related with the energy industry.
Revolutionary technology links operational data from BMS System to 3D building model
Solar is one of the fastest-growing industries in the United States
Clenergy will team up with strategic partner CGN Solar Energy in cooperation with the Lijiang city government. The two partners will invest 3.9 billion RMB and develop PV power plants totalling 300MW in Lijiang by the end of 2015. The two partners will also assist with the Lijiang government's solar energy planning between 2013 and 2020. The first phase of the project will help boost the local economy, lessen pollution and increase job opportunities.
Peel-and-stick, or water-assisted transfer printing (WTP), technologies were developed by a group at Stanford and have been used before for nanowire based electronics. A new partnership between Stanford University and the U.S. Department of Energy's National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) has conducted the first successful demonstration using actual thin film solar cells, NREL principal scientist Qi Wang said. The university and NREL showed that thin-film solar cells less than one-micron thick can be removed from a silicon substrate used for fabrication by dipping them in water at room temperature. Then, after exposure to heat of about 90°C for a few seconds, they can attach to almost any surface. Wang met Stanford's Xiaolin Zheng at a conference last year where Wang gave a talk about solar cells and Zheng talked about her peel-and-stick technology. Zheng realized that NREL had the type of solar cells needed for her peel-and-stick project. Full Article:
• Expected to further stimulate demand for fuel cell solutions
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