Conergy's Solar Large Projects Group completes the 300 kW solar power plant
The deal sees the Environmental Energies Fund (EEF) acquire a portion of the shareholding previously held by SSE Ventures, the venture capital arm of SSE plc.
Enrollment now open for new spring semester online courses at University of Nevada, Reno
The system is scalable from a single wind farm to large multisite wind farms.
OPEL Marks a Milestone with its Largest Tracker Order for the TF-800 Series
Utilities, Investors, Project Developers to Discuss Industry Impact of Uncertain Investment Tax Credit Cash Grant Future
Company's solar panels demonstrated in roof-mount, ground-mount and carport systems
Vishay Intertechnology Releases 12 New 45 V TMBS® Trench MOS Barrier Schottky Rectifiers in Power TO-220AC, ITO-220AC, and TO-263AB Packages for PV Solar Cell Bypass Protection
Devices Feature Wide Range of Current Ratings From 10 A to 40 A and VF Down to 0.51 V Typical at 20 A
Renewable Energy Contractor to Build 189-Megawatt Wind Project in Sunburst, Montana
On behalf of the Office of Technology Assessment at the German Bundestag (TAB) TÜV SÜD is carrying out a study on "Modern Technologies for Grid Optimization". The study aims to point out the technological and regulatory measures that are required for ensuring security of supply.
Renewable Energy World Europe 2012 to address the integration of conventional power and renewable generation
Michael Suess, CEO at Siemens Energy Sector confirmed as keynote speaker
An upscale Kothrud, India showroom realized 72% in electrical saving after upgrading to energy-conscience GlacialLight LED lights.
Energy security is a global issue due to rising gas and electricity costs. Carmel Doyle reports on how energy poverty is hitting Irish homes and how technology can help.
Solar Pioneer Blue Sky Energy Heats Up San Diego Export Economy
Millions of dollars in renewable energy projects intended to provide power to facilities in California's national parks and forests are sitting idle because of a years-long squabble with Southern California Edison. A new $800,000 solar project at Death Valley National Park, photovoltaic panels at the state-of-the art visitors center at Santa Monica Mountains National Recreation Area and a solar power system at the U.S. Forest Service's new facility at Mono Lake are among dozens of taxpayer-funded projects in Southern California on hold as the federal agencies try to hash out an agreement with SCE to tie the projects to the state's electrical grid. The apparent stumbling block involves contract restrictions imposed by federal law, but utilities elsewhere in California have signed similar agreements with the agencies with few problems or delays.
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