Dye Sensitized Solar Cells Is the Future of Solar

The dye sensitized solar cell can produce electricity under low light conditions, including indoor lighting. Due to the structural design and different color dyes, the cell features colors and transparency.

Top Article from 2019 - Top Mobile Apps for Solar Installers

Mobile technology has shown its prominence in the solar industry, where inverter manufacturers develop their own digital user experiences for PV owners eager to monitor the health of their systems.

Top Article from 2019 - Traffic Powered Wind Turbines

There are more than 2.5 billion cars, which generate wind turbulence. The same wind turbine which is responsible for huge windmill rotation can be replaced by small efficient traffic wind turbines.

Top Article from 2019 - Renewable Energy Strategy in the Middle East

There is an unbroken and even accelerating deployment rate of renewables on Middle Eastern grid systems. Through this diversification of energy generation the need for storage is the best way to mitigate between demand and production of intermittent energy.

Re-Using Waste Heat for Reducing Residential Energy

Simply, waste heat is heat that is produced by a machine or an energy output process, as a byproduct of doing work. According to the laws of thermodynamics, all such processes give off some waste heat.

Top Article of 2019 - Zinc-air Battery Technology

Our batteries offer three to four times better life than lead acid batteries and they operate over a wide range of outdoor temperatures without cooling/heating.

Top Article of 2019 - Proxy Revenue Swaps for Wind Farm Development

In this Interview with Georgios Papadimitriou, President and CEO of Enel Green Power we will disucss how Enel Green Power is utilizing Proxy Revenue Swaps to partially fund the High Lonesome wind project in Texas.

Solar Tracker Market is Projected to Hit $3.3 Bn by 2025

Solar Tracker Market by 2025 is expected to expand over 30 GW. Rising electricity demand on account of rapid urbanization & ongoing commercialization across globe will fuel the adoption of solar energy systems.

Renewable Energy for Environmental Remediation

As the demand for renewable energy continues to grow, so does the need for suitable locations and project sites. As it turns out, there are ways to use many Superfund sites and similar properties to this end.

New Microgrid to Provide Energy Resiliency and Security at Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam

Governor David Ige joins project stakeholders for traditional project blessing of the Pacific Energy Assurance and Renewables Laboratory project

The Role Telematics Will Play in Creating an Industry-standard EV Battery

OEMs are in need of an industry-standard EV battery to meet the expected demand, support a competitive marketplace, maintain energy affordability, and preserve the reliability of the electric grid.

Team Develops Floating Turbine To Harvest Deep-Ocean Wind Energy

University of Texas at Dallas researcher Dr. Todd Griffith has spent years working on an offshore turbine design that can convert those deep-ocean winds into electricity. Recently, Griffith received a $3.3 million grant from the U.S. Department of Energy to take his technology to the next level.

RP Construction Services, Inc. Surpasses 1GW Milestone

Despite market holdup due to the uncertainty surrounding tariffs and the stepdown of the solar investment tax credit, RPCS successfully grew its pipeline for 2019, 2020, and 2021.

EVs Only as Green as Their Grids

Though EVs are two to three times more efficient than conventional, gasoline-powered vehicles and have no tailpipe emissions, the greenhouse gas emissions (GHG) reductions and air quality benefits they bring depend on the mix of energy generation sources on the grid used to charge them.

U.S. Solar Market and 15 States See Best Quarter Ever for Residential Solar

The U.S. residential solar market reached record highs in the third quarter of 2019 with 712 megawatts of solar installed, according to the latest U.S. Solar Market Insight report from Wood Mackenzie Power & Renewables and the Solar Energy Industries Association (SEIA).

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