New Zealand's newly released Energy Outlook 2011 reveals wind energy development is one of two renewable energy sources which will dominate New Zealand's energy future.
At Danny's Tire & Auto Repair in Ducktown, Tenn., certified Mercedes-Benz and Volkswagen mechanic Robert Aldrich is making biodiesel from used cooking oil he picks up from local restaurants.
Solar Energy International's Chris Turek, Director of Online and Educational Services, and Clean Energy Economy for the Region (CLEER) recently connected in Carbondale, Colorado, to discuss solar training, the solar industry, certifications, certificate programs, workforce development, and more.
ESA has contracts for more than 91 Megawatts (MW) of solar energy for 2012.
Third Annual Expo brings consumers and experts together, May 11-13, Timonium Fairgrounds
Greensmith Energy Management Systems is a leading provider of intelligent, distributed energy storage control systems. Privately held, and based in the nation's capital, Greensmith is recognized by electric utilities and industry experts for providing innovative turn-key energy storage solutions for multi-functional applications including integrating renewable generation onto the grid, shifting load from peak to off-peak hours, and improving power quality to maintain grid stability. Greensmith holds several patents in the areas of intelligent control, integration and storage of electricity, which enable the electric power industry to efficiently leverage existing resources and facilitate the deployment of renewable energy sources. The company anticipates an eight-fold increase in sales in 2012.
As the UK pursues its ambition to achieve 15% of electricity demand from renewable sources by 2020, the planned increased in generation from off-shore wind, wave and tidal devices in the marine environment presents increasing technical challenges in terms of distance to shore, water-depth, local sea
New renewable wind and solar solution reduces operating costs for off-grid telecom towers and minimizes environmental footprint
In December 2011, the European Parliament and European Council reached an agreement on a revision to the WEEE Directive, which regulates the waste of electrical and electronic equipment.
Aquion Energy Inc., a developer and manufacturer of revolutionary sodium ion batteries and energy storage systems, today announced it has chosen Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania as the site for its first full-scale manufacturing facility. "After considering all of our options, including aggressive offers from a number of other U.S. states, we concluded that southwestern Pennsylvania is the best location for Aquion to establish its first high-volume manufacturing operation" Starting in 2012, Aquion will be leasing space within a large existing facility in East Huntingdon Township from the Regional Industrial Development Corporation of Southwestern Pennsylvania (RIDC). The build-out of the base facility and factory infrastructure will begin immediately and continue throughout 2012. Initial product manufacturing is scheduled to commence in 2013. As part of a first phase manufacturing commitment at this site, Aquion expects to create over 400 high-tech manufacturing jobs by the end of 2015. Click here for full Press Release
New York, New York - February 21, 2012 - (Investorideas.com renewable energy/green newswire) Investorideas.com, a leader in renewable energy stock research, releases a trading alert for wave technology stock Ocean Power Technologies, Inc. (Nasdaq:OPTT).
Companies might be trying fuel cells to portray a green image, or to stay on the cutting edge of technology. They become repeat customers because the technology works and saves money over incumbent systems. As our reports show, there is a business case for fuel cells. With corporate, government, and international interest, fuel cell deployments are sure to grow even more over the next few years.
The project was designed in-house by myself and engineering and structural fabrication was completed by Crystalite of Everett, WA. Installation was done by staff here at the training center - all electricians.
Chamelic is a spin-out company from the Faculty of Engineering at the University of Leeds. Chamelic Ltd was established in February 2006 to exploit innovative chemicals discovered and developed at the Institute Particle Science and Engineering (IPSE).
The Department of Energy's intention behind the showcase project is to have leading companies create "blueprints" of their energy saving tactics that are actionable by a broader set of US companies. By creating an aggressive goal for a single facility, it affords a focused experience of what it takes to achieve that goal. We plan to be transparent in our actions in order to create these repeatable solutions for other companies.
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The SolarEdge PV inverter combines sophisticated digital control technology with efficient power SolarEdge's EV charging single phase inverter offers homeowners the ability to charge electric vehicles up to six times faster than a standard Level 1 charger through an innovative solar boost mode that utilizes grid and PV charging simultaneously. This product is the world's first EV charger with an integrated PV inverter. Reducing the hassle of installing separately a standalone EV charger and a PV inverter, the EV charging inverter eliminates the need for additional wiring, conduit and a breaker installation. By installing an EV charger that is integrated with an inverter, no additional dedicated circuit breaker is needed, saving space and ruling out a potential upgrade to the main distribution panel. Whether you own an EV now or just want to be EV-ready, future-proof your home with SolarEdge.