New PV test technology has been used on the installation of a new solar PV system designed to help a school reduce its carbon footprint.
Congress late Tuesday voted to extend a tax credit on wind energy that many said was key to the survival of the wind-power industry. The credit's one-year extension was included in the measure to avert the fiscal cliff. The credit saves 2.2 cents per kilowatt-hour of energy produced over 10 years by new wind-energy facilities. As approved by Congress Tuesday, the extended credit will apply to projects begun in 2013 but not operational until 2014.
ALL TEMPERATURE AIR AND SOLAR OFFERS PROFESSIONAL SOLAR PANEL INSTALLATION IN RIVERSIDE, CALIFORNIA.
Despite its promise, the American wind industry is caught in the crosswinds of American politics — and that uncertain situation set up a surreal contrast when wind enterprises gathered here to tout their technologies. The American Wind Energy Association’s conference exhibition hall was full of European and multinational firms that are busy plunging scores of turbines into their waters. German developers talked about how the industry has transformed rusting homeland harbors into bustling ports, while British officials boasted that industry investment in offshore wind will leap from $8 billion in the last decade to $80 billion in the next eight years. Representatives of American firms could only watch wistfully and wish the US government cared as much about wind energy as Europe does. Peter Duclos and Tim McAuliffe were two of those wistful watchers. Gladding-Hearn, their Somerset, Mass., company, specializes in ferries, patrol boats, pilot boats, and tugboats. They want to make boats to transport workers and equipment out to turbines. “Some people estimate that for every 10 to 15 turbines, you need a vessel to get the technicians out there,” said Duclos, the company’s president. “And every active shipyard means other companies making more piping, electronics, even more business at the local liquor store.” If the East Coast had a thriving offshore-wind industry, the ship-building company could double its current workforce of 100, added McAuliffe, the company’s engineering liaison.
San Diego Residential Solar Rebates Dry Out December 31
With repayment, gains access to cash flow from the plant, improves durability in marketplace
Emera has agreed not to acquire any additional securities of Algonquin except in accordance with such agreements.
AMP Electric Vehicles and Momentum Dynamics Announce Joint Venture to Deploy Wirelessly Charged Electric Paratransit Vehicles with BARTA
AMP and Momentum Dynamics will supply fully electric vehicles and wireless charging pads for the existing Berks Area Regional Transportation Authority (BARTA) pilot project to begin in the first quarter of 2013.
Lucintel Estimates Global Solar PV Inverter Market to Surpass $10 Billion by 2017
Thermoelectric technology advanced by leaps and bounds both in industry and academics. New technologies by BioLite and Power Practical promise to be more reliable than solar panels in bad weather and at night.
Taking steps to facilitate rapid commercialization of zero-emission vehicles
The following is a statement by John A. Conklin, CEO & President, New Energy Technologies, Inc.
The combined installed capacity of the wind farms will be 402 megawatts (MW).
The fully portable lighting systems will be stored at the Brazilian Air Force Command Centre
Total Building Integrated Photovoltaics System Capacity to Quintuple by 2017, Forecasts Pike Research
The annual value of the BIPV market will quadruple over the next five years, growing from $606 million in 2012 to more than $2.4 billion in 2017
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