Draker's AC and Clarity DC Monitoring with Japanese Language Interface Deployed
New Brilliant Wind Turbine Analyzes Tens of Thousands of Data Points Every Second for Better Wind Management ---2.5-120 Prototype Fully Operational at Netherlands Test Facility ---Design to Undergo Testing and Validation through Fall 2013
Bill would level playing field for farmers to generate renewable energy
Installation will be one of the largest in New Mexico and provide power to the surrounding communities.
HEMOS was able to receive intuitive responses and feedback for their innovative technology.
SolarReserve's U.S. developed technology represents leading solar thermal technology worldwide; integrated energy storage provides reliable and zero-emissions electricity, day or night
New Offering Complements the School's Solar Energy Training, Wind Turbine Training, and Other Renewable Energy Programs
Building Energy: a partnership agreement has been signed with Optimum Renewables for the development of a wind farm pipeline in Iowa.
The Italian company is expanding its US and international presence and diversifying into wind energy technology.
The turbines will be installed in April and August 2013.
Industry conference to take place in Phoenix, AZ on April 22- 24, 2013
BrightSource Energy on Wednesday shelved a major solar power project in California for the second time this year. In a document filed with the California Energy Commission, BrightSource said it "has determined there is a need to suspend" its application to permit the 500 megawatt Hidden Hills solar thermal power project until further notice. The company did not give a reason for the suspension, and company officials were not immediately available for comment. BrightSource, based in Oakland, said it will continue to evaluate the project, which was to be located in Inyo County near the Nevada border. In January, BrightSource suspended its 500 MW Rio Mesa project in Riverside County, California after multiple delays in the permitting process. Late last year, CEC staff said the Hidden Hills project would have "significant" impact on the environment, adding that the use of photovoltaic solar panels "would be environmentally superior" to BrightSource's solar thermal technology. BrightSource disputed those claims at recent hearings, and the CEC was expected to issue a final decision on the project later this year.
Enphase Energy (Nasdaq: ENPH) today announced the renewal of its relationship with Vivint Solar, Inc. to be their inverter solution for 2013. Vivint Solar is an affiliate of Vivint Inc., a leading provider of home technology services in North America
Ballard Power Systems has announced that the Company's production facility in Tijuana, Mexico manufactured 215 ElectraGenTM-ME systems in Q1 2013, establishing a new record high production level at the plant.
Saudi Arabia wants to spend over $100 billion to build vast solar arrays and reduce its dependency on oil to generate electricity. But desert sandstorms pose a major challenge to keeping solar panels clean and efficient. Japanese startup Miraikikai is developing a solution to getting rid of this pesky dust and grit: a cleaning robot that doesn't need water. The firm has produced the Wall Walker wall and ceiling robot, and recently unveiled a prototype solar panel cleaner built with researchers at Kagawa University. It weighs about 24 pounds -- light enough to be carried by one person -- and measures about 22 inches across. It cleans with a rotating brush and can operate for up to two hours on a battery charge. The robot's efficacy has been demonstrated in arid regions, Miraikikai said in a release, and the machine can clean panels as well as human workers. Making optimal use of the device would result in low-cost cleaning even in areas with relatively cheap labor costs.
Cape Fear Solar Systems Completes the First Residential Solar System in Sunset Beach, NC
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Preformed Line Products introduces the POWER MAX Ballasted Roof Mounting System. The POWER MAX solar mounting system is engineered to maximize energy output on commercial flat roofs. Developed with the professional installer in mind, this system offers adjustable inter-row spacing in the field of up to 11 inches. It features 50% fewer components and a simplified design resulting in faster assembly rates and labor savings on every project. Available in a flush mount, 5˚ or 10˚ tilt or higher density dual tilt design, the POWER MAX base arrives stacked on pallets providing easier transport to the roof. Engineered as a fully ballasted, non-penetrating system, it accepts standard concrete blocks and is qualified by wind tunnel testing.