Pellets can be easily integrated into existing electric power generating plants as a fuel.
Siemens is making plans to build a new, state-of-the-art wind service training facility in Orlando, Florida, USA. The demand for skilled wind service technicians is increasing as more wind projects come online in the Americas, thereby requiring long-term service and maintenance. Siemens is designing this new 40,000-square-foot center, which will be located close to the global headquarters of Siemens' Energy Service division in Orlando, to be among the most advanced wind training facilities in the world. Siemens' initial investment will be approximately $7 million and the company plans to create 50 new full-time jobs and host approximately 2,400 trainees annually from the U.S. and the Americas. The training center, which is being built based on LEED Gold green-building standards, is scheduled to begin operations by this summer. "As wind energy has become a mainstream source of power generation, the continued reliable and competitive performance of renewable energy is critically important to meeting the nation's future energy demand," said Randy Zwirn, CEO of Siemens Energy, Inc. and CEO of Siemens Energy's global Service Division. "As an industry leader in both onshore and offshore wind, Siemens is poised to meet that demand and this new, advanced training facility in the U.S. will help ensure that our wind service technicians receive the highest standard of technical and safety training."
Revenue increased almost 400% in one year
PV America East 2013 begins on Tuesday, February 5 in Philadelphia with close to 4,000 professionals from PV-related fields.
Public, Private Sector Leaders Chart Renewable Energy Future at ACORE National Renewable Energy Policy Forum
ACORE Event Highlights Industry Progress, Outlines Policy Path for Continued Growth
New facility in Orlando to offer advanced skills and safety training***** Will serve to meet Siemens' growing need for wind service technicians
"Understanding the risk that climate variability represents to a project is critical to its long-term success"
The system will be used to support Taiwan's development of 3 GW of offshore wind projects.
A 500 KW PV rooftop solar installation was successfully commissioned at PCX's manufacturing facility in Clayton NC.
Australia wind beats new coal in the world's second-largest coal exporter
Astrum Solar Teams with DuPont Photovoltaic Solutions to Increase Solar Adoption and Promote Reliability Standards for Solar Modules
Astrum Solar, enables homeowners to switch to solar power for zero or little money down.
Higher efficiency and lower installed cost of storage expected to result
$100 Million in Solar Financing Immediately Available for Qualified Buyers From aleo solar® and Bosch Solar Energy
Zero-down financing opportunities are available for approved commercial projects sized at 50kW or more.
Conergy installation generates 55% of award-winning cheese producer's consumption
Proposal that the wind industry adopt a common framework for discussing both energy losses and uncertainties around energy assessments.
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