Heat Waves Are Devastating Hydropower in China and the Western U.S.

The question of whether China and the western U.S. should continue investing in and advancing hydropower amid increasing climate change challenges remains.

Inflation Reduction Act Delivers Hope to Renewable Industry, but Price Impacts Could Take Years

LevelTen Energy's newly released Power Purchase Agreement (PPA) Price Index reveals that North American P25* solar and wind PPA offer prices increased 9.6% to $45.93 per MWh in the third quarter of 2022. Year-over-year, prices have increased 34%.

Q ENERGY France and its partner Aquacosy Inaugurate France's very first Hydrovoltaic Prototype

The hydrovoltaic prototype, with an installed power of 9.3 kW, has been operational since August 2021 and covers an area of 250 m². It is equipped with a hydraulic system with two rainwater collection gutters and a tank with a pump system.

Compact Construction Equipment Takes the Electric Lead

When it comes to alternative-powered construction equipment, there's little doubt that electric-powered compact machines have gained the most traction.

GLOBAL ENERGY STORAGE MARKET TO GROW 15-FOLD BY 2030

Energy storage installations around the world are projected to reach a cumulative 411 gigawatts (or 1,194 gigawatt-hours) by the end of 2030, according to the latest forecast from research company BloombergNEF (BNEF).

Renewable Energy Becoming the Norm for Emergency Power

Renewable energy is becoming increasingly widespread throughout many parts of the United States and the world. However, a relatively newer trend involves people using it for backup power during emergencies. Here's a closer look at the possibilities and use cases.

IDTechEx Discusses if Graphene is Green

Is Graphene Green? This question comes up an increasing amount. Green drivers and ESG investments are an obvious focus across the supply chain, but where does graphene fit into this discussion? IDTechEx explore the answer below.

Solvent study solves solar cell durability puzzle

A discovery by Rice University engineers brings efficient, stable bilayer perovskite solar cells closer to commercialization. The cells are about a micron thick, with 2D and 3D layers.

Stabilizing the Power Grid is Possible as the Energy Transition Continues

We've entered into a time of great change in the energy sector, which means we're finally seeing large-scale plans being enacted on the national level to switch to renewable sources.

Financial Asset Management - to in-house or outsource?

Poorti Tandon, RES' Head of Finance, Asset Management discusses some of the factors to consider when deciding to in-house or outsource financial asset management.

Taylor Farms Taps Bloom Energy, Ameresco and Concept Clean Energy to Take California Fresh Vegetable Production Facility Off the Grid

Taylor Farms is completing the installation 2MW of solar power at its facility in San Juan Bautista, California, which will be combined with 6MW of fuel cells from Bloom Energy and a 2MW/4MWh battery into a microgrid designed to power the entire 450,000 sq. ft. facility.

Using transparent solar power for cultivating crops

NextGen Nano has released an infographic highlighting how the production of solar-powered glazing for greenhouse windows can help contribute to a sustainable future.

IoT and the Cloud for Renewable Energy Adoption

Both will enhance the renewable energy sector as demand for solar and wind power increases. These are a few of the most notable benefits for industry professionals who take advantage of new technologies.

Shanghai Electric Completes Phase B of 900-MW fifth phase of the Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum Solar Park

Shanghai Electric has also made great efforts to control the costs. Compared to the pre-pandemic period, container shipment has become widely unavailable, with transportation prices for cables having generally increased by a factor of ten. T

NREL-Led Breakthrough Pushes Perovskite Cell to Greater Stability, Efficiency

Researchers at the U.S. Department of Energy's (DOE's) National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) made a technological breakthrough and constructed a perovskite solar cell with the dual benefits of being both highly efficient and highly stable.

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