GE Working on Robot That It Says Can Save $200 Billion of Power

Anna Hirtenstein for Bloomberg: The technology would optimize how electricity flows in and out of storage devices such as batteries and points of consumption, in real time. This is expected to significantly increase the efficiency of the grid and save consumers money.

eMotorWerks Partners with EDF in Expansion of JuiceNet Internet of Things Electric Vehicle Charging Technology

EV Charging solution to improve utility grid reliability and leverage renewable energy resources

All Eyes on Kansas to Reinvigorate America's Heartland

CEBC and DWEA co-host Distributed Generation Workshop in Wichita, KS

ViZn Energy Named Best Li-Ion Alternative for Grid-Level Energy Storage

Navigant Research selects ViZn for superior market strategy and product execution

DuPont Photovoltaic Collaboration with Desert Technologies

Focus on Photovoltaic Materials Selection & Downstream Collaboration

Leclanch to Develop Battery Storage Solution for Fastned's Network of Fast Charging Stations

Leclanch will develop a battery storage solution for Fastned's fast charging electric vehicle stations, starting with a pilot at two locations.

Ballard Invited to Join World Hydrogen Council

Ballard has been invited to join the internationally-recognized Hydrogen Council as a supporting member, with the company's membership effective today.

Solar Industry Responds to New York's Recent Clean Energy Ruling

Better Methodologies for Calculating Solar Value Should Be Developed During the Next Phase of the Case

Measure's First Drone Services Franchise Opens in Illinois Largest aerial data solution provider in U.S. expands footprint to provide localized service

The franchise's primary focus is on the telecommunications, construction, energy and agriculture sectors. Capabilities range from inspecting cell tower, wind farm and solar farm infrastructure to surveying construction sites, monitoring construction project progress, and assessing crop yields, irrigation problems and pest infestations for precision agriculture.

Data Allow Assessment of Renewable Energies in any City across Canada

The canadian association for renewable energies has analyzed government data to show the energy consumption for any sector and any energy end use, in any region of Canada. The association goal is to highlight that 89% of energy used in the residential sector is for temperature energy.

Farms that grow crops and solar power together

Fran Ryan for The Recoder: The farm at the University of Massachusetts Crop and Animal Research and Education Center on North River Road in South Deerfield is offering proof that solar arrays and agriculture don't have to be at odds, but can actually exist together within the same field.

DEWA Awards AED14.2 Billion Largest CSP Project in the World With a Record Bid of USD 7.3 Cents Per kW/h to Generate 700MW

DEWA project will have the world's tallest solar tower, measuring 260 metres

Alliance for American Manufacturing backs trade action of Suniva, SolarWorld

Labor-business partnership supports injury finding, robust remedy

Ballard Receives Nisshinbo P.O. for Development Program to Advance Use of Non Precious Metal Catalyst Fuel Cells in Material Handling

Ballard Power Systems today announced that it has received a purchase order from Nisshinbo Holdings, an Environmental and Energy company, to engage a Technology Solutions program that will assess the potential development of fuel cell stacks using a Non Precious Metal Catalyst (NPMC) for use in commercial material handling applications.

Tantalus CEO Honored in 2017 Global CEO Excellence Awards

Tantalus Systems, a leading provider of smart grid solutions for electric and multi-commodity utilities, announced today that Chief Executive Officer Peter Londa received the 2017 Distribution Grid CEO of the Year Award from the Global CEO Excellence Awards program. Tantalus was also recognized as Best Smart Grid Solutions Provider.

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