Through a new laboratory in Berkeley and outdoor test center at PV-USA in Davis, CA, PVEL's facilities will offer the industry's most accurate PV performance and reliability data
FOURTH QUARTER BRINGS STRONG WINDS FOR MOST OF THE UNITED STATES, NORTHERN EUROPE CONTINUES TO EXPERIENCE BELOW NORMAL CONDITIONS
windTrends Bulletin Reports Comparative Analysis of United States and European Wind Speed Deviations for Q4 2010
6,000 kWh of solar electricity will reduce cost to power cattle ranch in Paraguay
Georgia company strives to provide trees with a way to earn their keep
IWEA calls on Government to deliver a robust management system for the industry
The job task analysis (JTA) that the exam is based on covers eight main topic areas: qualifying the customer; site analysis; conceptual design; financial costs, incentives, and savings; financial benefit analysis and financing; non-financial benefit analysis; performance analysis; and proposal preparation.
China's photovoltaic industry can offer critical lessons for the North American and European photovoltaic industries. SEMA's President Matthew Holzman will address the rapidly evolving China model and its ramifications at this week's SEMA meeting.
DC Filter limits noise generated on the DC side of the Inverter
The growth of Canada's wind energy industry is contributing to the increase in high quality jobs for Ontarians and injecting millions of dollars into communities hosting wind energy developments, Canadian Wind Energy Association president Robert Hornung said in a speech to the Toronto Board of Trade. Mr. Hornung outlined the environmental, economic, industrial development, and employment benefits wind energy developments bring to Ontario - and urged all levels of government and political parties to learn the facts about the opportunity that wind energy represents. "Wind energy is well established in many European countries and has a long history in the United States, but it's still a relatively new contributor to Canada's electricity supply," said Mr. Hornung. "Wind energy's contribution in Canada is steadily increasing - and with this growth we see the evolution of a new and vibrant industry that is delivering manufacturing jobs, revitalizing rural economies, and generating emissions-free power." Ontario is the largest market for wind energy in Canada, with 1,598 MW of installed capacity today and more than 1,500 additional MW already contracted to be built in the next few years. Last year alone, 9 new wind farms came on line in Ontario, representing about 300 MW of new installed capacity. The Ontario government announced February 24 contracts for four new wind farm projects, totaling 615 MW of coming on line around 2014.
The PB150 PowerBuoy is the largest and most powerful wave power device designed by OPT to date, and builds on the Company's 15 years' innovation and in-ocean development experience of producing such systems.
Top speakers throw light on ‘solar future' in the Netherlands
Leading Businesses and Non-Profit Organisations Will Develop First Global Consumer Label for Companies Using Wind Energy
How to handle the difference in values derived from different satellite data providers?
ArcelorMittal Construcción España, branch of the biggest iron and steel company worldwide, and the Spanish solar photovoltaic multinational, Group OPDE, have signed a commercial agreement to develop the photovoltaic roof-top market in industrial buildings and car parks.
If a person recognizes that becoming a solar PV installer and entering the "green-collar" industry suites them, then one should highly consider attending a solar installation course and receiving a solar installation certification.
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