Reflecting 900MW Kunitomi factory's increase in efficiency
Key points: 30% reduced power consumption, improved accuracy and temperature stability----- Fully-isolated nominal measurement of 50-2000V DC, AC or pulsed----- Compact, light and robust package----- Combines 8.5 kV insulation with unmatched immunity against electromagnetic disturbances----- Meets latest IRIS requirements for rail traction applications
Seven Winning Programs Represent Best-in-Class State Leadership in Advancing Clean Energy Policy, Finance and Technology in the United States
Part of Solar City program, 348kW system produces two-thirds of Townsville RSL Stadium's energy requirements
Gridtest's European test system has been thorough evaluated by leading EV and EVSE companies across Europe.
Successful, Long-Term Supplier Partnerships Fast-Track GE Projects to Meet Ontario's Green Energy Act Requirements----- Extensive Supply Chain Drives Validated, Quick Ramp-Up for GE Wind Projects----- Brazil and Quebec Local Content Models Serve as Successful Template for GE in Ontario
Landmark Unit Going to CEZ Romania for Fantanele Project----- 2.5-Megawatt Technology Also Powering Shepherds Flat, Largest U.S. Wind Farm----- Fleet Has Surpassed 2 Gigawatts of Global Installed Capacity
Principal Solar Institute Launches Industry's First Comprehensive Solar PV Module Rating System: Creates Standards, Elevates Industry
Principal Solar, Inc (PSI; OTC Pink: PSWW), a publicly traded solar energy holding company, backs educational organization dedicated to solar industry
Supplies panels to rapidly expanding Central and South American market for first time
SEIA and LSA Statement on Dept. of the Interior's Record of Decision on the Programmatic Environmental Impact Statement for Solar Energy
New rules will govern development of solar energy projects on public lands
This will facilitate the siting and construction of multiple solar energy facilities.
Public facility demonstrates viability of wind power to thousands of visitors and drivers
The American Wind Energy Association (AWEA) with support from the US Energy Department and National Renewable Energy Laboratory, has developed a set of recommended practices for using existing standards to plan, design, construct and operate offshore wind facilities in compliance with federal and state regulations. The recommended practices drawn up by AWEA’s Standards Development Board cite four levels of existing standards: international, American National Standards, classification society such as DNV, Germanischer Lloyd and The American Bureau of Shipping standards, and commercial standards and guidelines, These standards address five critical areas: structural reliability; manufacturing, qualification testing, installation, and construction; safety of equipment; operation and inspection, and decommissioning. The 63-page Recommended Practices for Design, Deployment, and Operation of Offshore Wind Turbines in the United States was unveiled at AWEA’s offshore windpower conference here.
Third Solar Project to date for Dykes Lumber, First in NYC
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