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QHC LED Combines Energy Efficiency and Long-Lasting Maintenance Free Operation
• Designed to support mobile networks during and after commercial grid outages • Passed NTT DOCOMO evaluation tests and Japan statutory approval for power supply
37th Geothermal Resources Council Annual Meeting will be held Sept. 29-Oct. 2 in Las Vegas, Nevada. Theme is "A Global Resource, from Larderello to Las Vegas."
The utility interview: US utilities discuss issues from expected future demand for solar and the impact on grid
PG&E, SCE & SMUD talk about their solar expansion plans
For years, the knock on fuel cell maker Bloom Energy Corp. has been that its boxes cost more to make than they cost to buy. Not exactly the sort of dynamic that would help Bloom make it up on volume. But perhaps things are finally about to change, after 10 years and nearly $1 billion in venture capital funding. Fortune recently obtained confidential documents sent by Bloom to its "significant investors," detailing third quarter earnings and the company's broader financial position. We also have managed to learn some broader context around the numbers, and have received what is believed to be the company's first on-the-record statement about its top-line projections for 2013 (all prior requests for information had gone unanswered). For the uninitiated, Bloom was founded by K.R. Sridhar in 2001 to translate a NASA science experiment into self-generating energy boxes for commercial customers like warehouses and data centers. The idea is basically to place solid oxide fuel cells on a company's premise, which convert air and natural gas into electricity via an electrochemical process. After several field trials, it shipped its first boxes to Google (GOOG) in July 2008 and since has secured paying customers like Wal-Mart (WMT), Federal Express (FDX) and AT&T (T). It also has expanded the business model to include box rentals (where customers pay on a consumption basis, kind of energy-as-a-service), and also is rolling out advanced boxes that can operate independent of the gas grid if needed (the new module also can be added onto existing boxes). Despite the customer wins and technological advancements, however, Bloom has a reputation for burning money.
PROINSO donates PV products for PV-diesel hybrid energy system to MORU, leading malaria research uni
• The PV modules and hybrid inverter will be installed at the Shoklo Malaria Research Unit (SMRU), a major research site of the Mahidol-Oxford Tropical Medicine Research Unit (MORU).
Wind Fair on Growth Trajectory; All Industry Leaders Exhibiting; New Offshore Theme Park
System supplier with a total of six solar parks is one of Thailand's market leaders
Will begin installation of the rooftop facility in Wallaceburg, Ontario later this month.
The solar eclipse was broadcasted from two bases at seashore, Port Douglas and Fitzroy Island
SEIA President & CEO Rhone Resch will join expert panel at Solar Energy Focus 2012 to discuss post-election solar market scenarios and the future of solar energy both regionally and nationally.
Is rugged and environmentally sealed (IP68) and leverages APP's core Powerpole® flat wiping contact technology.
Exhibitors and organizers report positive outcome
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