4 Innovations for a Post-Carbon Transportation System

Before we examine the transportation innovations for a post-carbon country, we must assess the ecologically degrading features of conventional systems.

How Data Centers are Using Hydrogen Fuel Cells

Owners can shrink their carbon footprints by powering their centers' generators with alternative energy. Hydrogen fuel cells effectively reduce emissions, converting a company's electricity reliance away from diesel towards sustainable options.

Understanding Wind Turbine Fire Protection

A whopping 90% or more of wind turbine fires originate in the nacelle. The nacelle contains the gear box, the generator, the controller, the low- and high-speed shafts, and the brake-and it (the nacelle) sits atop the tower.

CAREFUL POLICY DESIGN COULD UNLOCK MASSIVE ROOFTOP SOLAR MARKET AROUND THE WORLD

New BloombergNEF and Schneider Electric report finds rooftop solar market still largely untapped with potential to exceed 2,000 gigawatts of solar and 1,000 gigawatt-hours of energy storage by 2050

Green Software - A New Trend for a Better Planet

How to call the wider group of companies which bring to market innovations that could replace existing technologies with more environmental-friendly ones, even if their primary goal doesn't strictly align with the definition of Green Tech?

Why Are Environmental Tests Crucial for Solar Power Success?

Many leading solar panel manufacturers guarantee their products for 25 years. However, investigations show that the equipment often fails much sooner than that. Researchers sought to find out why.

First Ward Park Combines Air and Sun with Smartflower

The Smartflower is connected to First Ward Park's general electrical system, meaning that the energy it produces will offset park lighting, restrooms, its upcoming Air Quality Learning Station (AQLS), and all other electrical uses.

Rising Demand for EVs Will Disrupt Auto Manufacturing

The most significant transformations are likely to happen in factories, where the differences between EV and ICE vehicles could reshape workflows and drastically reduce labor hours.

3 Best-Practice Initiatives to Mitigate Risks of Cyber Attacks

Cybersecurity risks have become a major headache for utilities. Attacks have been escalating in intensity, as well as frequency. Leaders must prioritize these key areas if they are to mitigate the risks of cyberattacks that will surely keep coming.

DRINKing It in: Five Teams and Their Desalination Designs Earn a Spot in Final Stage of Waves to Water Prize Competition

This month, DOE and NREL officially announced the five teams that earned a spot in the fifth and final competition stage, DRINK. Now, these five have 180 days to prepare their devices for an open-ocean trial at the Coastal Studies Institute in North Carolina in April 2022.

The Top 10 Most Common Myths about Traditional DC Power Optimizers: Part 2

In part one of this blog post series we talked about how MLPE technologies impact performance and shared five common myths about power optimizers. In this second post, SMA expert Blair Reynolds continues providing clarification on five more of the most common misconceptions.

How photovoltaic glass can be used to cut harmful emissions

This versatility means that PV glass can be used for several different applications to help individuals and businesses reduce their energy costs by replacing conventional glass in buildings, vehicles and other structures.

Overcoming the rare earths shortage with the circular economy

To contribute to limiting the global use of rare earths, manufacturers could consider replacing their traditional linear economy model with a circular model. In the circular economy model, products and materials are recovered and regenerated at the end of their service lives.

What You Need to Know About Energy Storage System Fire Protection

When dealing with any form of energy and its storage, there is always some degree of risk with an associated hazard involved. With PSH, there is a risk that the containment could fail producing the hazard of cascading water rushing through the surrounding area.

Wind Catching Systems launches floating offshore wind technology

The technology increases efficiency, cuts acreage use by 80% and reduces production costs, which will enable floating offshore wind to produce electricity at bottom fixed prices.

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