MECASOLAR to supply solar trackers to 1MW solar installation with low-concentration modules in Sardinia, Italy
The single-axis azimuth trackers from MECASOLAR have been adapted to the low-concentration modules from American firm SOLARIA that will be used in the 1MW solar facility in the Sardinian location of Villacidro.----- The new solar facility, developed by Euroenergy S.p.A., is expected to start operating in December.
2.8 Megawatt Power Plant Converts Renewable Biogas Into Ultra-Clean Electricity
Approximately 50 tidal projects are in various stages of development throughout the US, with many based in Alaska and California.
Electricity from the rooftop plant up to 30% cheaper than electricity from the grid
Turboden's ORC unit is used to test the advantages of the "supercritical" thermodynamic cycle – Ideal for hybrid solar-geothermal machine configuration
Clayton Power has launched a new generation of compact 100Ah 12V and 24V lithium-ion batteries. With the new line up to 20 batteries may be connected in parallel to create a 2000Ah battery pack and provide efficient high-capacity power supply in a compact shape.
Blue Sky Energy, Inc. is on a mission to bring solar to NASCAR and the racecar community! Blue Sky Energy and RES have partnered with Peck Motorsports to become green leaders on and off the track.
(October 17 2012, Newport Beach, CA) The Solar Power Generation USA Awards Recognize Projects and Breakthroughs Leading the Next Stage of solar in the US
GTM Research says many PV solar panel makers will go under or be acquired soon. The global marketplace is simply over-saturated, the company’s report states, so dramatic changes are coming. The difference in PV supply and demand could be 35 GW a year. About 88 companies are predicted to shutter PV factories, mainly in the United States, Europe, and Canada. The cost of solar panels and their manufacture has dropped so much it is simply too costly to produce them competitively in certain parts of the world. The number of companies affected by the fast-changing market conditions is huge, and very sad for the demise of their once promising ventures. “Manufacturing costs for firms in Europe, the U.S. and Japan are currently over 80 cents per watt. The cost for their Chinese competitors is between 58 cents and 68 cents per watt. The writing is on the wall: these companies will either take what they can get via acquisition or they will bow out,” said the report’s author, Shyam Mehta, Senior Analyst at GTM.
Portsmouth, N.H., October 18, 2012 Strategic Carbon LLC, a global science-based energy and environmental consulting and development enterprise partially owned by Calypso Communications, recently visited Norway to complete a strategic network of world-class research institutions designed to support
Advanced Biofuels Markets 2012 Offers One Stop Shop For Market Insights Attendees get first looks at new technologies, product updates and forecasts for 2013
NANJING, China, Oct. 17, 2012 -- ET Solar Group Corp. ("ET Solar"), a leading solar one-stop solution provider, today announces obtainment of NF-EN 61215 and NF-EN 61730 type approval certificates for its BIPV frameless modules from Certisolis Test Centre("Certisolis").
NANJING, China, Oct.17, 2012 -- ET Solar Group Corp. ("ET Solar"), a leading solar one-stop solution provider, today announces signing of a Momentum of Understanding (MoU) on PV module supply to EnergiMidt, one of the largest PV players and utility companies in Denmark.
EJOT Solar Fastening Systems, represented by ATF, Inc., has reached a distribution agreement with W.W. Grainger.
Clean energy solution delivers peak power for 135 acre campus
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