Methane production from dairy whey effluent.
Corvus Energy's 6.5 kWh AT6500 Modules to Store Wind and Solar Energy on Ocean-Going Ships
Amidst intense scrutiny of the Department of Energy's loan guarantee program via the Solyndra scandal, September has still emerged as critical for a series of solar companies that hope to close federal loan guarantees and start construction on solar farms by the end of the month. First Solar, for one, received the final permit for its 550 MW Topaz Solar project in San Luis Obispo County in California yesterday, said the county's senior planner, John McKenzie. With that construction permit, First Solar plans to start building Topaz by Sept. 30, said company spokesman Alan Bernheimer. Meeting that deadline will ensure the company remains eligible for a loan guarantee from the Department of Energy that will back part a $1.93 billion loan led by the Royal Bank of Scotland.
Installation is at a California Water Treatment Plant
Part one and two of an interview with David Anthony, a major contributor in the CleanTech Venture Capital Sector and the Managing Director of 21Ventures in New York. Since founding 21Ventures in 2004, the fund has provided seed, growth, and bridge capital to more than 40 technology ventures across the globe. Given the length of this very insightful interview, this piece will be continued on a weekly basis until completed.
The SGS Solar Test House now offers Desert Dust Testing according to DIN EN 60068-2-68 LC2, which determines the effects of dust and sand, suspended in air, on solar modules. This desert dust test simulates the impact of high-velocity particles and proves the solar module's applicability for desert regions.
PG&E to Be Host Sponsor; Joins Accenture, SAIC and Other Utility Industry Leaders
Spintelligent Announces Smart Energy International Conference Program for San Francisco October 24-26, 2011
Esteemed Speakers from Influential Organizations such as the California Public Utilities Commission, Pacific Gas & Electric, Duke Energy and Accenture Stack Full Program
Registration is now open for the free educational webinar on September 28th at 1 PM ET, 10AM PT
Nextronex, Inc. First Full Year Reaches New Milestones – Distributed Architecture Inverter System Exceeds Expectations
2011 has been a year of significant milestones for Ohio based Nextronex, Inc. As the first full year with the company's products on the market has progressed, more customers are finding that the higher energy output advantages are real with the exclusive Distributed Architecture of the Ray-Max® Inverter System.
OPEL Technologies Inc.announces that it offers some new ways for shareholders and customers to connect with the Company on the web.
On October 19-21, 2011, SGS will be participating in China Wind Power 2011 in Beijing, China to demonstrate its wide range of Renewable Energy services, including Wind Turbine Blade Testing, Manufacturing Inspection, In-Service Inspection, and Non-Destructive Testing (NDT) at stand EB27.
Konarka Technologies has formed strategic alliances with Lapp Kabel, ThyssenKrupp Steel Europe, Bischoff Glastechnik and the Fraunhofer Institute for Wind Energy and Energy System Technology
Solar Power International 2011 to Bring 24,000 Industry Professionals To Dallas, October 17 - 20, 2011
Texas Poised to Leap to Front of the U.S. Solar Market
This is the last group of entries into this years competition --- Next stop --- Washington DC
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