Successful, Long-Term Supplier Partnerships Fast-Track GE Projects to Meet Ontario's Green Energy Act Requirements----- Extensive Supply Chain Drives Validated, Quick Ramp-Up for GE Wind Projects----- Brazil and Quebec Local Content Models Serve as Successful Template for GE in Ontario
Landmark Unit Going to CEZ Romania for Fantanele Project----- 2.5-Megawatt Technology Also Powering Shepherds Flat, Largest U.S. Wind Farm----- Fleet Has Surpassed 2 Gigawatts of Global Installed Capacity
Principal Solar Institute Launches Industry's First Comprehensive Solar PV Module Rating System: Creates Standards, Elevates Industry
Principal Solar, Inc (PSI; OTC Pink: PSWW), a publicly traded solar energy holding company, backs educational organization dedicated to solar industry
Supplies panels to rapidly expanding Central and South American market for first time
SEIA and LSA Statement on Dept. of the Interior's Record of Decision on the Programmatic Environmental Impact Statement for Solar Energy
New rules will govern development of solar energy projects on public lands
This will facilitate the siting and construction of multiple solar energy facilities.
Public facility demonstrates viability of wind power to thousands of visitors and drivers
The American Wind Energy Association (AWEA) with support from the US Energy Department and National Renewable Energy Laboratory, has developed a set of recommended practices for using existing standards to plan, design, construct and operate offshore wind facilities in compliance with federal and state regulations. The recommended practices drawn up by AWEA’s Standards Development Board cite four levels of existing standards: international, American National Standards, classification society such as DNV, Germanischer Lloyd and The American Bureau of Shipping standards, and commercial standards and guidelines, These standards address five critical areas: structural reliability; manufacturing, qualification testing, installation, and construction; safety of equipment; operation and inspection, and decommissioning. The 63-page Recommended Practices for Design, Deployment, and Operation of Offshore Wind Turbines in the United States was unveiled at AWEA’s offshore windpower conference here.
Third Solar Project to date for Dykes Lumber, First in NYC
As the market for solar energy continues to grow, the technology and equipment used to harness and distribute photovoltaic power continues to evolve. Take our PIQ Quiz to test your knowledge of photovoltaic fuseholders.
ASEAN Elenex (AE) will be returning for its 10th edition in March 2013 that promises you a BIGGER & BETTER show. In 2011, AE closed with a record of 510 participating companies from 36 nations and more that 6700 visitors from 38 nations. This saw an increase of more than 15% compared to AE 2009.
Solar Systems USA remains committed to providing customers with relevant and useful solutions when it comes to transitioning to renewable energy. You can now get a free solar system kit designed for free from www.solarsystemsusa.net
AltEnergyMag had a residential PV system installed and is monitoring the process as well as the performance. This is part 2 of a series of articles we will publish along the way in order to demonstrate and explain a real world project for our readers to follow and learn from.
Europe's electricity demand is increasing. In the context of Europe's decarbonisation goals, this power will have to come from more variable Renewable Energy Sources. As European policymakers consider their options for invesments in new and more efficient grid infrastructure, they should take into account the benefits that PV is already producing and, more importantly, plan for the greater benefits it is capable of producing in the future.
The dataset is designed to provide realistic energy production profiles based on wind variability, both for the existing fleet as well as large expansions thereof. One of the main concerns with wind energy is that it is variable, with energy produced only when and where the wind blows.
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