SGS Participates in Renewable UK Offshore Wind 2011 in Liverpool, UK

On June 29-30, 2011, SGS is attending the RenewableUK Offshore Wind 2011 Conference and Exhibition in Liverpool, UK.

f-cell 2011: Hydrogen –contribution to an ecologically responsible future energy supply

Zero-emission mobility with "green" hydrogen: how a hybrid power station can produce heat and fuel from renewable energies reports Enertrag AG chairman Werner Diwald in his lecture during the fuel cell specialist forum f-cell on September 26 and 27, 2011, in Stuttgart. The complete program of lectur

Wind Energy Technology Center (WETC) in Tianjin, China Opened by SGS

On June 13, 2011, SGS Industrial Services officially opens the Wind Energy Technology Center (WETC) in Tianjin, China.

Clenergy introduces its next generation innovative mounting systems at Intersolar Europe

Inter Solar Europe 2011 will be held in Munich, Germany from Wednesday the 8th of June until Friday the 10th of June. This summer, Clenergy will showcase the latest developments of its PV-ezRack range of mounting systems at the exhibition.

Solar Install will save Taxpayers $1 Million

Pfister Energy recently commissioned a customized photovoltaic system on the top level of the parking deck at One Bergen County Plaza in Hackensack, NJ. What was once underutilized space will now generate electricity for the parking deck and the adjacent Bergen County Administration building.

SANYO and InSpec Contractors for PV System and Smart Energy System for Oregon Sustainability Center

InSpec chosen as contractor for new 679-kW solar system using SANYO HIT Solar Panels and a 30-kWh SANYO large-scale lithium-ion rechargeable battery storage system

U.S. gets World's Largest Wind-Blade Testing Facility

Boston, Massachusetts (USA) saw the opening of the world's largest large-scale wind turbine blade testing facility this week. The Wind Technology Testing Center—in partnership with the U.S. National Renewable Energy Laboratory—can test blades up to 90 meters long, which is expected to be the industry's largest blade size in coming years. Prior to the facility's opening, domestically produced large-scale wind turbine blades had to be shipped outside of the U.S., usually to Europe, to be tested. The largest predecessors in the U.S. to the Wind Technology Testing Center could only support turbine blades no longer than 50 meters. The facility has the capacity to test up to three blades simultaneously. Standard tests measure fatigue through a four-month endurance process. Two-week-long static strength and resonance testing are also commonplace. The Wind Technology Testing Center itself took roughly two years to build at a cost of just under $40 million. $25 million was awarded by the U.S. Department of Energy as part of the 2009 American Recovery and Reinvestment Act. $13.2 million in additional funds was provided through loans and grants furnished by the Massachusetts Renewable Energy Trust.

Faulty cable threatens liquidated damages

Northwire Underwater Cable bails out international underwater entertainment venue

Marshall University uses Second Wind's solutions to plan clean energy futures

Triton Sonic Wind Profiler and SkyServe wind data service provide accurate, versatile platform for documenting wind resources in ‘brownfield' areas too rugged and isolated for met towers

Solectria Renewables Introduces SolrenView AIR

SolrenView web-based monitoring now features a cellular connection option

ROSCOM INDUSTRIES LAUNCHES USA XTREME RENEWABLE ENERGY

USA Xtreme Renewable Energy where every little bit of green helps. We're here to enable everybody who has an interest in going green have an opportunity to find out what they too can do. From viewing Tips and Ideas on what people can do in and around their homes to Photovoltaic components and pac

Schneider Electric's solar solutions to be presented at Intersolar Europe 2011

Schneider Electric Renewable Energies Business will have a significant presence at Intersolar Europe 2011, the largest business-to-business solar event in Europe.

World Environment Day is just 12 days away but there's still time to celebrate

Three things it's not too late to do

WINDPOWER 2011: Google embraces renewables, as industry pushes for solid policy footing

Stable policy to create a predictable business environment is the key to continued growth of American wind power, and most pressing is the need to extend the frustratingly short-term federal Production Tax Credit (PTC), and not wait until it expires in 2012.

SOLAR HEATING AROUND THE WORLD - INTERSOLAR EUROPE SHOWCASES THE LATEST TRENDS

The World's Largest Exhibition for the Solar Industry Presents the "ISOL Navigator"

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