TÜV SÜD and MBJ Services plan future cooperation in the testing of photovoltaic plants. The two companies have signed an agreement to this effect. The focus of their cooperation will involve joint projects in the on-site testing and the development of a certification mark for on-site tests.
Tianjin Nolite Steel Group located in Tianjin, China, is very close to XinGang port, as a large investment group, engaging in steel products manufacturing, exporting, steel products stockiest.
Fugro bring European offshore survey experience to lead the way on America's first offshore wind farm.
The Agua Caliente solar project in Yuma County, Arizona — which is one of the world’s largest solar panel farms — is now two thirds completed, according to the owners and developer of the project, NRG Energy, MidAmerican Solar and First Solar. The solar farm, which is supposed to be completed in 2014, employs 400 to 450 workers per day, and California utility PG&E has a contract to buy the power. Agua Caliente is now generating 200 MW of solar power, and will provide 290 MW when completed. The project is being funded by a $967 million loan guarantee from the Department of Energy, as well as equity from owners NRG Energy and MidAmerican Solar, which is the energy-focused fund owned by Warren Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway. MidAmerican bought 49 percent of the $1.8 billion farm in January of this year.
Energy brokers Apollo Energy are working with UK businesses to help them reduce their commercial energy costs – ahead of an expected rise in the cost of annual energy bills.
Conference and Exhibition Opens in Largest U.S. Solar Market and Showcases the Latest Solar Industry Trends and Technologies
The United Kingdom comes in first in a new energy efficiency ranking of the world's major economies, followed closely by Germany, Japan, and Italy, according to the first-ever International Energy Efficiency Scorecard published today by the nonprofit American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy (ACEEE). The report finds that in the last decade the U.S. has made "limited or little progress toward greater efficiency at the national level," putting it in 9th place out of 12 economies around the globe. The rankings are modeled on ACEEE's time-tested approach to energy efficiency ranking of U.S. states, and include 12 of the world's largest economies: Australia, Brazil, Canada, China, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, Russia, the United Kingdom, the United States, and the European Union. These 12 economies represent over 78 percent of global gross domestic product; 63 percent of global energy consumption; and 62 percent of the global carbon-dioxide equivalent emissions.
Company selected along with A123 Systems, Renewable Energy Services (RES), and the Sacramento Municipal Utility District (SMUD) for the development of advanced technologies to address issues with intermittent power output from photovoltaic systems
The project supports the local economy by contributing substantial revenue to the community through payments to Pierce County and to landowners, which together totals over $2 million annually.
Company Expands Product Portfolio with Over 7 Megawatts of Sales of its New H-Type Inverter Across Multiple Hawaiian Utilities
EV charging stations are primarily found in the residences of EV drivers, while public charging stations are almost absent along highways in many countries.
China EPower and China Smart Gridtec to co-locate with wind power and power generator sets exhibitions
Research shows that electric vehicles are more economical over their lifetimes than conventional vehicles.
Agreement Allows EV Drivers to Securely and Conveniently Pay for Charging Fees through the WattStation Connect Mobile App----- Mobile App Now Available at Apple iTunes Store®
First International Energy Efficiency Scorecard of 12 Major Economies Also Finds Germany, Japan, and Italy Ranking Highly; U.S. Behind Most Countries, Including China, France, and Australia.
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