SGS Discusses the New UN 38.3 Transport Test Requirements for Lithium Cells and Batteries

UN Transport Tests form the basis for many if not all regulations regarding the transportation of lithium cells or batteries

BRUNSWICK COMMUNITY COLLEGE CELEBRATES SUCCESS WITH SOLAR INSTALLER CLASS

Solar Class Produces Qualified Solar Installers

Infinia Corporation chosen for PowerDishTM deployment at Tooele Army Depot by U.S. Army Corps of Engineers

The PowerDish installation will help increase TEAD's energy security and attain goals outlined in the Army's Energy Conservation Initiative Program. Backed by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.

U.S. Battery is proud to release our all-new Renewable Energy Battery line at SPI in Orlando, FL

U.S. Battery is proud to release our all-new Renewable Energy Batteries, designed from the ground up. We have made real improvements such as outside positive plates, our OSP™ design, Diamond Plate Technology®, and all new Defender™ Moss Shield are making our new "RE" line of batteries the industry l

Ballard Capitalizing on Expanded Opportunities For Fuel Cell Power Generation Products

Initial purchase orders received for more than 100 systems To be deployed in Southeast Asian telecom networks

The Port of the Future:
The Potential of Fuel Cells to Green Our Nation's Ports

Fuel cells can help resolve many issues facing ports. By deploying this clean and modern technology, ports can reduce pollution and increase operational efficiency. Fuel cells generate electricity using electro-chemical reactions, not combustion, so there are no polluting emissions, only water and heat as by-products.

Algae to Biofuel Technology

Algae converts at a very high efficiency into biocrude, as it has lots of caloric value and happens to have the same molecular structure as petroleum. So out of all the whole biomass sources, algae is probably the most efficiently converted to biocrude.

Impact of EVs on the Grid

While the addition of each Plug-in Hybrid Electric Vehicle (PHEV) to the street is a victory for the environment, their widespread adoption will present another potential challenge to the power distribution system, particularly in urban networks.

R&D Tax Credits for Alternative Energy Manufacturers

Federal and state R&D credits provide a dollar-for-dollar offset against tax liability up to an average of approximately 15 percent of qualified spending, i.e., taxable wages, supply expenses, and a percentage of contract research expenses related to research that goes into developing new and improved products and processes.

Data Management and Smart Grids

Recent developments in communications, computational capability, and data availability all lend themselves to a high level of intelligence both on the battlefield and within the utility. The proposed benefits of the "smart grid" align well with recent developments in data integration, mining, and fusion.

Solar IP Theft

We are asking for the support of the PV industry in our ongoing efforts to aggressively fight the theft and infringement of IP, and to help ensure it does not continue to proliferate. Companies should consult their own legal counsel if they have any questions about the materials they have in use and the potential implications of the production and sale of downstream products which incorporate "infringing" materials.

Biogas Plants
Due diligence for financial security and technical safety

Profitable and safe operation of a biogas plant involves the interaction of many factors. Providing 360°screening, technical due diligence ensures clarity regarding safety and cost-effectiveness throughout all phases of the project.

Anything Can Go Wrong on a Solar Farm

Here are 16 of the potential failures or damages that can occur on a solar farm and how they could impact operations if not addressed in a timely manner.

Self Cleaning Solar Modules

Our Lotus modules are self-cleaning because they are built using nanotechnology. This technology helps us achieve a completely smooth panel surface that prevents buildup. In fact, anything that falls on the panel rolls off or is blown away by the wind.

Auditing Platforms for Energy Companies

This article will cover what "platforms" that our customers are now selecting for new auditing software installations. These customers range from energy, water, lighting and now solar auditing; spanning government agencies, independent contractors, to utilities, as well other types of ESCO's.

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