New study: Feed-in Tariffs can unlock Africa's untapped renewable energy potential

World Future Council, Heinrich Böll Foundation and Friends of the Earth UK launch comprehensive policy guide for African decision makers

U.S. Oil and Gas CFOs Are Bullish on Shale Prospects for 2013, BDO Survey Finds

Economic Uncertainty and Regulatory Concerns Linger Heading into New Year

The Renewable Energy Market Climate

Europe still leads all geographies in terms of overall deals completed. However, the U.S. has been gaining traction and represented a much greater percentage of the total transactions completed in the third quarter of 2012 than it has historically.

New insights through analysis of hourly meter values

As more and more final consumers are metered hourly, the volume of meter values that grid operators have to collect, store, and transmit to other actors in the electricity market continues to grow. But hourly metering does not have to be a burden for grid operators - the growing volumes of meter values can be analyzed in multiple ways to provide grid operators with valuable insights that allow them to make better decisions.

It's Massive Yet Tiny

A 14 x 14" MYT engine has 850 cubic inches of displacement and weighs 150 pounds, compared to a conventional engine, which would weigh 3,000 pounds to produce the same power. The engine needs no oil, as the biofuel is the lubricant due to the high lubricity of biofuel. With every tank of fuel, the engine is circulated with more than 20 gallons of fresh engine oil compared to 5 quarts of engine oil circulating over 3,000 miles in conventional engines. You can now skip changing oil forever and have an engine with longer life.

Off-Grid PV Systems

The development of PV systems in the last 10 years has been dedicated mainly to grid-tied systems. Meanwhile all-rural electrification systems have remained basically the same for the past 20 years. However, Yake Solar has engineered a new approach to PV rural electrification.

True Grid

"Grid parity occurs when an alternative energy source can generate electricity at a levelized cost that is less than or equal to the price of purchasing power from the electricity grid. Reaching grid parity is considered to be an important point in the development of new sources of power.

Balance Of System Innovation "Clicks" for a Competitive Edge

The reduction in module costs forces manufacturers to add value in other ways, beyond the module, by introducing advancements in BOS and manufacturing. The PV BOS market in general is in a healthy state and equipment revenues are projected to increase from $17 billion in 2011 to about $24 billion in 2016, according to IMS research. Monitoring hardware, mounting structures and tracker systems are expected to capture a growing share of the market.

Case Study - Solar LED Lighting

We wanted people to enter the site and view the solar street lights as they come in and leave the facility as a statement to the public of the state of the art technology that was used throughout the facility. The LED component was chosen for the maintenance free and long life qualities of the tech­nology.

Case Study - Wind Energy for the Eagles

The installation of 14 UGE-4K wind turbines at the Philadelphia Eagles' Lincoln Financial Field proves that distributed renewable energy is within closer reach for all than once thought.

SCI (A Unifrax I LLC Company) in the Top 100 Best New Home Products 2012 list

Specialty Ceramics, Inc. (A Unifrax Company) Honored to Supply Heat & Glo, Winner of This Old House Top 100 Best New Home Products of 2012.

MAXWELL TECHNOLOGIES SUPPLIES ULTRACAPACITORS TO POWER MULTIMEDIA AND PASSENGER COMFORT SYSTEMS IN LONDON CABLE CARS

Light Weight, Rapid Charging and Long Operating Life Enable High Tech Features

POWER-GEN International Expected to Draw More Than 20,000 to Orlando in December

General Wesley Clark, Federal Energy Regulatory Commission Chair Jon Wellinghoff among confirmed speakers

GE Developing Wind Blades That Could Be The "Fabric" of our Clean Energy Future

New manufacturing approach could reduce blade production costs by up to 40%----- Would make wind energy as economical as fossil fuels without government subsidies----- Will pave the way to longer blades that exceed 130 meters

Yamanashi Prefecture's First Private Sector Solar Power Plant Breaks Ground on Factory Site

Solar Frontier to supply 12,000 CIS modules for 1.8MW plant

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