ReadiJet® Alternative Fuel Takes Flight: The world's first jet aircraft flight powered by 100%, un-blended, renewable jet fuel that meets petroleum jet fuel specifications lands in Canada
Historic Milestone for the Aviation and Sustainable Energy Industries
Conergy highest ranked European brand for modules most frequently used in solar parks
In 2013 Intersolar Europe will focus on developing the topics of electricity storage and grid integration as well as on forging links between new global markets.
Separating Fact From Fiction: Model Year and Calendar Year 2012 Are Best Ever For Greenest Vehicles
The SGI 225-500 series of inverters have been deployed in a large number of commercial and utility-scale systems across North America ranging from 200kW to multi-MW.
Today, the Biomass Thermal Energy Council (BTEC) unveiled a recognition program for home and business heating systems using local, renewable biomass in place of fossil fuels like heating oil. The Biomass Green Heat Registered Site plaque will allow residential, business, and facility owners to proud
The eMagazine offers a blend of News, Articles and Interviews from the Residential & Commercial Audio, Video, Automation & Digital Signage Industries.
Swansea University leads the way in developing a new coating for metal and glass which can store and release energy.
The shift to a new, sustainable energy supply system is proceeding at full speed. The joint f-cell and Battery+Storage conference and trade fair event focused on the contributions of hydrogen, fuel cells and batteries. 3,233 industry experts conveyed a mood of optimism at the combined event.
1.5-A constant current DC/DC buck converter with wide input voltage operating range and integrated MOSFET drives high-brightness LEDs
Baker Electric Solar (BES) a full-service solar integrator is pleased to announce it has partnered with Clean Power Finance to expand its solar financing options for residential rooftop solar installations.
The world's largest offshore wind farm produced its first electricity on Monday around 20 kilometres off the east coast of Britain, boosting the country's position as the world's top offshore wind market. The first 151 wind turbines of the London Array project generated electricity for the first time and the remaining 24 will power up by the end of the year, owners DONG Energy (50 percent), E.ON (30 percent) and Masdar (20 percent) said. Britain aims to build around 30 gigawatts (GW) of wind capacity at sea by 2020 to make use of high wind speeds for electricity generation to help meet the governments legally binding emissions reduction targets. Once the London Array project is fully operational at the end of the year, Britain will have nearly 3 GW of offshore wind capacity in operation. The London Array wind farm could be expanded to 870 MW if a second phase receives required permits, the owners said.
Georgia based turn-key solar PV integrator Solar Energy USA to exhibit commercial energy conservation division NetZero USA, display highly energy efficient commercial retrofit lighting products and power correction solutions at World Energy Engineering Congress in Atlanta.
Photovoltaic cell efficiency may soon get a big boost, thanks to next-generation antireflection coatings crafted from nanomaterials capable of cutting down on the amount of light reflected away from a cell's surface. Materials boasting a "tunable" refractive index have been developed within the past few years, and they show tremendous potential for photovoltaic applications. Professor E. Fred Schubert, of Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute's Department of Electrical, Computer, and Systems Engineering, is investigating ways to exploit this newly gained controllability and will present his findings at the upcoming AVS 59th International Symposium and Exhibition, held Oct. 28 - Nov. 2, in Tampa, Fla. The refractive index is the property of a material that changes the speed of light, and is computed as the ratio of the speed of light in a vacuum to the speed of light through the material. Among the most fundamental properties of optical materials, the refractive index determines important optical characteristics such as Fresnel reflection, Bragg reflection, Snell refraction, diffraction, and the phase and group velocity of light. Air and other gases have a refractive index very close to 1.0, but unfortunately aren't viable for thin-film optoelectronic applications. Among transparent dense materials suitable for use in thin-film optoelectronic applications, magnesium fluoride (MgF2) has the lowest refractive index (n=1.39); no dense materials with a lower refractive index are known to exist.
Globally the number of charging stations will grow 10-fold, says Lux Research.
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