The revolutionary new Zilla® Cobra™ flat-roof ballast system provides the lowest total installed cost possible for solar PV by significantly reducing material, distribution and labor expenses making energy independence a more affordable reality.
Most studies predict the cost of wind energy will continue to fall through at least 2030, said national laboratory staffers in a new report . The report, "The Past and Future Cost of Wind Energy," released June 6, is a collaboration among workers from the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory and the National Renewable Energy Laboratory, with assistance from European researchers. The crux of the report is that while future trends, drivers and constraints are difficult to predict, the cost of wind-generated electricity will probably continue to decrease in the coming decades. Onshore wind's levelized cost of energy, or LCOE, fell by a factor of more than three between 1980 and 2000, the researchers said. "However, beginning in about 2003 and continuing through the latter half of the past decade, wind power capital costs increased — driven by rising commodity and raw materials prices, increased labor costs, improved manufacturer profitability, and turbine upscaling — thus pushing wind's LCOE upward in spite of continued performance improvements," they said.
A total 2,082 companies from all over the world have joined PROINSO's Qualified Installers Programme, whose International Network has the highest number of members for a network of its kind.
Energy Fundamentals signs co-operation agreement with University of Vienna and the Technical University of Munich
Research analysing the effect of policy on hourly electricity prices
Quick Mount PV to Hold June 27 Ribbon Cutting and Building Tour at New Walnut Creek Facility
Sacramento Facility Includes California's First Digestion-Based Renewable Natural Gas Fueling Station
Flexible Sheets of High Efficiency Solar Cells Enable Adaptable Form Factors
"Our annual report demonstrates that smart energy is no longer a niche market,"
Featuring increased travel speed and advanced electronics at Windpower 2012
Company creates process methodology to fabricate the 3-D photovoltaic microstructures, the most complex and critical component of its high efficiency silicon solar cell
Partnership brings novel cable harness design to the Sequenced Inverter
Collection staff and management can now access data from smartphones and tablets, bringing real-time data about their waste & recycling locations into the field for greater operational efficiency
Company completes initial development in record time; 60 Watt module represents significant step forward in CZTS development
500kW Inverters Selected By Solar Developer for Industry-Leading Features and Unsurpassed Service and Customer Support
SageGlass helps Solar Decathlon- and AIA award-winning home achieve net-zero energy efficiency
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Eliminate Solar Rack Ballast and Reduce Rooftop Material Handling. PowerGrip™ Universal (PGU) is a commercial roof mount system designed to secure solar racks and other equipment to any type of commercial roofing system. PGU provides a secure connection directly to the roof deck or structural members and is designed to reduce or eliminate ballast in solar racking systems, so there's less weight on the roof and less material handling. Made of heavy-duty cast aluminum, PGU units include a base ring which is secured through the roofing cover and into the structural roof deck, and a waterproof top plate.