Developed by the Smart Grid Observer, the Distributed Generation Virtual Summit on August 23 is a one-day, 100% online event designed to help utilities understand the challenges and opportunities posed by distributed generation, and leverage it effectively as a tool for coping with load growth.
New U.S. wind power installations are expected to be substantially higher in 2012 than 2011, driven by the threat of expiring federal incentives, a report says. While facing policy uncertainty beyond 2012, the United States remained one of the fastest-growing wind power markets in the world in 2011, second only to China, a report prepared by Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory for the U.S. Department of Energy said. With around 6.8 gigawatts of new wind power capacity connected to the U.S. grid in 2011, wind power comprised 32 percent of all new U.S. electric capacity additions for the year, the report said. Projections are for continued strong growth in 2012, followed by dramatically lower additions in 2013 following the expiration of key federal incentives, a Department of Energy release announcing the report said Tuesday. Low natural gas prices and modest electricity demand growth threaten to dramatically slow new builds in 2013 and beyond, despite recent improvements in the cost and performance of wind power technology, the report's authors said.
Concentrated photovoltaic companies are looking beyond the borders of established markets to utilize the technology's strengths in regions with high solar irradiation.
The 60 minute CIREC webinar took place on the 8rd August 2012 and saw leading renewable energy experts discuss current projects, government policy for renewables in Chile.
Clenergy International officially earned Xiamen Famous Trademark designation for its "Clenergy" trademark in July. Clenergy is proud to have received this award and will continue its efforts to spread awareness of Clenergy's commitment to quality, service and innovation.
A manufacturer of solar power mounting systems, Schletter, Inc., will invest $27 million to establish a production and distribution facility in Shelby, North Carolina, with plans to create 305 jobs by the end of 2016. The new facility in Shelby, which will serve as the production and distribution hub of Schletter’s east coast operations, will house all functions required to produce the company’s eight types of solar mounting systems. In addition to the manufacturing operations, the Shelby location will become Schletter’s U.S. headquarters. We’re excited to offer our customers improved delivery and service options by opening our second U.S. manufacturing facility and new U.S. corporate headquarters in Shelby, North Carolina,” stated Martin Hausner, President of Schletter Inc. “The decision to locate a manufacturing facility in North Carolina was primarily based on providing improved services for our East Coast customers; faster delivery of our products, and reduced logistics costs,” Ludwig Schletter, owner of the Schletter Corporation said. “We will never lose sight of our goals which include remaining a competitive force in the market while providing the highest quality product.”
Demand for electric vehicles falls short, but new applications like electric bikes drive 18% annual growth, says Lux Research
World's First Integrated Wind-Powered Electric Vehicle Charging Station Installed in Barcelona
SMA's New Central Inverter Yields Better Return-on-Investment for Commercial, Utility Solar Projects
UL Listed Sunny Central CP-US Features 1,000 VDC Maximum System Voltage and Integrated Grid Management
Constellation to Develop 4.35-Megawatt Solar Generation Project for Arizona's Casa Grande Union High School District
Solar power to meet up to 75 percent of the school district's electricity needs
ISOFOTON builds the Dominican Republic's first photovoltaic plant and one of the largest in Latin America
The project entails an investment of $US 150 million. Work will begin in September and will employ 500 employees during the construction phase. ----- With this 50MW plant, ISOFOTON will generate 74.532,61MW/hour per year of clean energy, representing the estimated energy consumption needs of 58,411 families, while reducing CO2 emissions by 44,014.16 tons annually. -----ISOFOTON plans to expand its production capacity substantially and strengthen its leadership in Latin America, which, together with the United States and Asia, will lead photovoltaic development in the next decade.
PNE WIND AG completes the largest business transaction in the firm's history: three offshore wind projects sold to DONG Energy for euro 157 million
All three of the "Gode Wind" projects are located 38 to 40 kilometres north of the Norderney Island in the North Sea.
Satisfies the new UL standards for higher voltage PV installations
June import value declines 60 percent from 2011 levels
IPAF has launched the PAL++ training course, which is an optional, additional one day of category-specific training for experienced MEWP operators working in higher risk or challenging environments.
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