KDC Solar has collaborated with United Stationers Supply and Sudler Companies to design, install, own and operate a 3.25MW roof-mounted solar installation in New Jersey, US.
Suzlon Energy, a wind turbine manufacturer, has secured an order from Vedanta Group firm Hindustan Zinc to set up, operate and maintain 150MW of wind power projects in India.
General Motors (GM) and the US Department of Energy's (DOE) Argonne National Laboratory have signed a licensing agreement to use Argonne's patented composite cathode material to develop advanced lithium-ion batteries that last longer between charges and can charge at higher voltages.
Izhar Energy on behalf of REAP has organized four training program at Vision Hall Lahore Pakistan in collaboration with GTZ Pakistan. The training was attended by Engineers and Installers from Solar Energy Industry. The training includes theoritical and on job training.
Utility Partners of America (UPA) has won a contract from Itron, a technology provider to the global energy and water industries, to deploy a substantial water meter automation project for the Cleveland Division of Water in Ohio.
Canada-based Plutonic Power and GE Energy Financial Services have agreed to acquire three photovoltaic (PV) solar facilities with a combined capacity of 50MW from First Solar in Canada.
LED Bulbs burn very cool, while incandescent bulbs emit 98 percent of their energy as heat! Lots of bang for their buck.
Strong leadership and steadfast commitment has contributed to a successful first year of operations
U.S. researchers say they've produced a new class of solar cells that can repair themselves much like plants do through photosynthesis. By using carbon nanotubes and DNA, scientists at Purdue University have developed solar technology aimed at increasing service life and reducing cost, a university release said Tuesday. "We've created artificial photosystems using optical nanomaterials to harvest solar energy that is converted to electrical power," Jong Hyun Choi, a Purdue professor of mechanical engineering, said. Photoelectrochemical cells that convert sunlight into electricity contain light-absorbing dyes called chromophores, similar to chlorophyll molecules in plants, that degrade due to exposure to sunlight. "The critical disadvantage of conventional photoelectrochemical cells is this degradation," Choi said. The new technology gets around this problem in the same way nature does, by continuously replacing the photo-damaged dyes with new ones. "This sort of self-regeneration is done in plants every hour," Choi said.
GreenWave Reality has said that it will collaborate on the SmartCity Malaga project in Spain to provide its home energy management platform that allows consumers to easily monitor and control their energy usage.
US based Stion, a manufacturer of thin-film solar panels, will build a new production facility in Mississippi as part of an incentive agreement with the state that includes a $75m loan and other tax and training incentives.
The All-New GL Procyon Series-Flood Light (SP100W-CW/WW)
Erin's Pavilion, a welcome and visitor center built on the 80-acre site of the Edwin Watts Southwind Park in Springfield, Ill., recently earned LEED Platinum certification under the LEED for New Construction (LEED-NC) rating system.
Numerous industry and government leaders spoke at the opening ceremony, which was held on Friday, December 17, 2010. The factory represents more than US$125 million in investment.
As Solar Energy International welcomes 2011, we would like to send Happy New Year greetings to our alumni and supporters.
Records 18526 to 18540 of 24503
Solar & Wind - Featured Product
EDF Renewables offers the same innovative solutions that maximize the performance of our own 5.2 GW of installed projects. Because we're not an equipment manufacturer, our recommendations are transparent and data-driven. We cover the entire project lifecycle: from pre-commissioning support, through warranty and post warranty operation, to late stage and decommissioning.