The OPEL Tracker technology is a proven system that is designed to increase the yield of a Photovoltaic System by up to 30 percent.
Researchers at RTI International have developed a new solar technology that could make solar energy more affordable, and thus speed-up its market adoption. The RTI solar cells are formed from solutions of semiconductor particles, known as colloidal quantum dots, and can have a power conversion efficiency that is competitive to traditional cells at a fraction of the cost. Solar energy has the potential to be a renewable, carbon-neutral source of electricity but the high cost of photovoltaics – the devices that convert sunlight into electricity – has slowed widespread adoption of this resource. The RTI-developed solar cells were created using low-cost materials and processing techniques that reduce the primary costs of photovoltaic production, including materials, capital infrastructure and energy associated with manufacturing. Preliminary analysis of the material costs of the technology show that it can be produced for less than $20 per square meter—as much as 75 percent less than traditional solar cells.
Utilizing durable detectors for simultaneous measurement, 920P Series analyzes biogas process or atmospheres in any combination of oxygen, carbon dioxide, hydrocarbons as methane (CH4), and hydrogen sulfide; option for methane only measurement is also available. Bench top style cabinet makes analyzer suitable for use in shops and labs. Analyzers are supplied with electrochemical O2 detector, with option for Paramagnetic detector for measuring percent levels of oxygen in sample stream
Early Bird Registration for World's Largest Annual Gathering of the Geothermal Community Expires August 31.
Prohibitive utility provider connection fees make living off-grid with alternative energy solutions an economically viable solution and a growing trend for rural residents.
Conergy AG, headquartered in Hamburg, Germany, entered the Canadian market through its acquisition of ETI Solar whose operations in Canada date back to 2002.
September 10-13 at Orlando's Orange County Convention Center
Preliminary analysis of the material costs of the technology show that it can be produced for less than $20 per square meter—as much as 75 percent less than traditional solar cells.
OTTI e.V. organises conference on grid integration for renewable energies in Berlin
Energy Department Announces New University-Led Projects to Create More Efficient, Lower Cost Concentrating Solar Power Systems
CSP technologies use mirrors to reflect and concentrate sunlight onto receivers that collect solar energy and convert it to heat that can be used to produce electricity.
eNow, Inc. receives $1 million loan guarantee under the state's Job Creation Guaranty Program to support expansion and high-wage job growth in Rhode Island
The Enphase® Microinverter System brings a new approach to managing solar power that makes solar systems smarter and more efficient.
KACO Introduces XP Series Inverters Optimized with Ampt Mode™ to Decrease Costs and Increase Efficiency
Aging Power Utility Workforce Requires New, Savvy Technicians
NPS™ 100 Turbines Deliver Industry Leading 98+% Availability
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Solar FlexRack's latest solar tracker technology bundles an advanced tracker design with a full team of seasoned engineering and installation experts at your service. The next-generation solar tracker delivers a package of features that both enable increased energy yields for commercial and utility-scale solar installations, and significantly reduce project risks. That translates to smart installation cost-savings across your project budget.