NREL Explores Innovative Manufacturing Approach for Next-Generation Wind Turbine Blades

Led by NREL senior wind technology engineer Derek Berry, the team's novel techniques could revolutionize how wind turbine blades are manufactured.

Scale Your Solar Organization Seamlessly With APIs

As an organization scales, bespoke cross-team communications become a major choke point. In addition to being slow, error-prone, and redundant, these manual touchpoints also result in unnecessary spending and lost sales.

Will 2021 Challenges Slow the 2022 Renewable Energy Market?

Increasing costs are the result of converging factors, including decreasing supplies of key raw materials, changing logistics and shipping costs, and an unstable labor market. Here's a breakdown of the biggest factors affecting renewables right now.

SolarEdge Powers Largest PV System in Rural Alaska

Ground mount farm with bifacial panels and power optimizers reduces diesel reliance, creates local solar jobs

Nova Solar Discovers the Benefits of RT-REB for Efficient Wire Management

Nova Solar is a family-owned company founded by two brothers, Barklie and Trip Estes. When Barklie was searching for panel attachments they could use without metal flashing, he got in touch with Roof Tech and began using the RT-MINI on their residential projects.

Turning the Tide for Renewables in Alaska

NREL Tidal Research Reveals Opportunities for Rebuilding Alaska's Economy with Renewable Energy

Next Generation of Wind Turbines

Wind turbines can have negative impacts on ecosystems present in the air and underwater. The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) has been researching solutions with the help of the National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL).

Electric Vehicles' Unsustainable Little Secret - Batteries Are the Weak Link in the Sustainability Chain

Typically made from raw materials including cobalt, nickel and manganese, lithium-ion batteries are extremely expensive to produce and require high levels of mining activity.

Electrifying the World with Off Grid Solar

Electrification is just beginning in many parts of the world. For western countries that have enjoyed electricity for a century, this is hard to imagine, but for 1 billion people, kerosene lamps are their reality.

The Importance of Effective Business Continuity Planning and Disaster Recovery to Weather the Next Big Storm

While well-defined BCP and DR plans are standard practice for industry compliance and control frameworks, keeping them updated and ensuring their viability is just as important as the plans themselves.

With Increased Cyber Risk, OT Leaders Have an Opportunity to Shine

We've had multiple reminders in 2021 that digital connectivity of IT and OT infrastructure requires proportional attention risk management to proactively neutralize ransomware and full array of attack vector focused on industrial environments.

The Race to Dominate the EV Market - Does Size Really Matter?

Gigafactories have several advantages over smaller facilities. They can eliminate some of the risks of complex supply chains, they are built with sustainability in mind from day one and they spur economic growth by creating employment opportunities for thousands of people.

Ocean Reef Club at Key Largo―Case Study - RibBracket™III and S-5-PVKIT®2.0

The club is located on a private peninsula, bound on three sides by water and on the fourth side by federal and state lands. The area is subject to 180 mph, Category 5 hurricane winds, making installation of a low-profile, roof-mounted system essential.

A New Solid State Battery Surprises the Researchers Who Created It

The battery uses both a solid state electrolyte and an all-silicon anode, making it a silicon all-solid-state battery. The initial rounds of tests show that the new battery is safe, long lasting, and energy dense.

e-Mobility. Battery Pack Manufacturing and Beyond: How 3 Welding Technologies Stack Up

In battery pack manufacturing, the cells are often already assembled and the engineer is challenged with coming up with a design to join them in series and parallel to deliver optimum energy. A typical Li-ion cell is constructed of nickel plated cold rolled steel.

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