Colorado's Top Research Universities Team with Cleantech Fellows Institute to Offer Cleantech Executive Accelerator
Colorado School of Mines, Colorado State University and University of Colorado will partner with Cleantech Fellows Institute to encourage new venture formation, job creation and growth of the cleantech industry
Power Purchase Agreement from SOLON Corporation Enables Schools to Benefit from Solar
Smart Grid Today discovers a broken system, highly flawed website intended to show where taxpayer dollars are going
Complete turnkey system ideal for testing traction motors in hybrid and electric vehicles
Confirmed speakers include California State Senator Alex Padilla; JR Delarosa, Advisor to the Governor for Renewable Energy, Office of California Gov. Jerry Brown; and Karen Douglas, Commissioner of the California Energy Commission
Significant milestone towards PB150 deployment off Reedsport, Oregon
Silicon materials research focused on key societal challenges of renewable energy and energy efficiency
The Multilateral Investment Fund of the Inter-American Development Bank and Bloomberg New Energy Finance score 26 nations on their relative ability to foster low-carbon energy growth
Germany's energy sector may become uncompetitive under current policy
TÜV SÜD completed type certification for the DF82-1500 wind turbine made by Chinese Dongfang Electric New Energy Equipment (Hangzhou) Co. Ltd. The type certificate is a precondition for export to overseas markets and is one of the first certificates issued to a Chinese wind turbine manufacturer.
UK Bolt tensioning specialists, Tentec, offer customised bolting systems for the wide variety of wind turbines now available.
As a global leading company in the international solar photovoltaic market, Clenergy addresses the needs of residential, corporate and utility scale customers. Clenergy's PV-ezRack series mounting systems has been widely used in China, the United States, Australia, European and many other countries since 2008.
Features include higher tilt angles and optimized module layout for increased solar energy production
It was a project that took five years to fight off critics and secure regulatory permits. But now the Sunrise Powerlink — a transmission line to ferry clean power like solar and wind from California’s desert to its southern coastal region — is done and live, according to its owner San Diego Gas & Electric on Monday. The nearly $1.9 billion project erected giant towers and built both above ground and underground cables that now run over 110 miles from Imperial Valley to San Diego’s territory. The project required 28,000 flight hours from helicopters to complete nearly 75 percent of the towers along the way. The project uses both 500-kilovolt and 230-kilovolt lines, and it will initially be able to carry up to 800 MW of electricity (eventually the transmission rate should hit 1,000 MW).
Commercial Attaché to Austrian Embassy unveils next year's host city as this year's event draws to a close
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