Switzerland's Greenwire illuminates LED Italian 'flag' on façade of City Hall with eddy wind turbine by Urban Green Energy
Solar Installer Partnership Program Expands Services to Better Support Members
T.R.A.-MAGE introduces their new ballasted solar mounting solution. Designed specifically for flat roof installations, T.R.A.-MAGEdesigned the solution to provide professional solar installers a ballasted mounting solution that does not penetrate the roof and keeps the warrantees in place.
T.R.A.-MAGE has supplied Big D Electric with a roof mounting solution for a new solar project in Cumberland, Maryland. The solar array, consisting of 396 solar modules on the Western Maryland Distributor's warehouse, will total 91 kW. This will enable Western Maryland Distributers to meet their goal
The Spanish multinational OPDE - specialized in the promotion, construction and maintenance of photovoltaic solar farms -, has a new Control and Remote Monitoring Centre for its solar photovoltaic farms, whose main platform is located at the company's headquarters in Spain (Fustiñana, Navarre).
CSP Today has released the third edition of the CSP TODAY WORLD MAP 2011 coinciding with the 5th edition of CSP TODAY USA annual event
WAILUKU, MAUI, HAWAII: Maui-based HNU ENERGY has entered into a wide-ranging, long-term agreement with The Krausz Companies, Inc. to convert its Pi'ilani Village Shopping Center to clean, renewable energy. The agreement includes LED lighting, distributed solar photovoltaic power generation, and sophisticated system-wide monitoring and maintenance protocols.
There’s a lot of reasons why most homes in America do not have their own wind turbines — high costs, permitting issues, and just plain aesthetics. But there’s a wave of entrepreneurs trying to change that, including James Post, who has developed the SmartWind RidgeBlaster and submitted the concept to GE’s Ecomagination challenge. Watch the video (complete with music that would make the Techno Viking proud) below for a comprehensive description of the idea. It’s a wind turbine that stretches horizontally across the ridge of a gable roof, and has a diameter of 22 inches. The wind is meant to sweep up the roof through the turbines and the design is supposed to be able to utilize wind at any angle. According to GE’s materials on the concept, the customer would pay around $4,000 for a 1.8 kW, plus the cost of a 3 kW grid-tied inverter.
Project Navigator, Ltd. (PNL) and its solar development operating group, PVNavigator, to Exhibit at the 2011 National Brownfields Conference in Philadelphia, PA on April 3rd through 5th.
Fotowatio Renewable Ventures (FRV) Project with NV Energy Submitted to Public Utilities Commission of Nevada
37.5 MW Solar Power Project to be Financed, Developed, Owned and Operated by Fotowatio Renewable Ventures
Combining forces with long-time joint venture partner, Meteosim Truewind, AWS Truepower expands its global footprint and looks optimistically at the future of renewables both domestically and abroad.
Technical Top Tip courtesy of Sun to Market - Many Indian project developers are very busy these days carrying out site assessments, solar resource analysis, negotiating with EPC/EPCM contractors and with financial institutes.
Booth space is available for the 1st SEMA Technical Conference and Exhibition, scheduled to take place May 24-26, 2011 at the Wyndham Hotel in San Jose, CA.
ESD to Hold Two Energy-Related Conferences: Solid Waste Technical Conference & ESD/DTE Energy Confer
Solid Waste Technical Conference, April 12, 2011 ESD/DTE Energy Conference: May 10, 2011
Power-One, Inc. (Nasdaq:PWER), a leading provider of renewable energy and energy-efficient power conversion and power management solutions, announced it has received CSA-UL1741 approval for its AURORA(R) three-phase string inverter for the United States and Canadian market places.
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Solar & Wind - Featured Product
The NeON R module features "Back Contact" cell technology delivering an entirely black panel that is aesthetically pleasing and energy efficient. The cell's seamless, surface blends perfectly into nearly all rooftop designs while the module's electrodes are positioned on the rear of the cell. Using LG's N-type cell structure, the panels produce 365W of energy, up to 7.3kWp, compared to 5.8kWp of the p-type cell. The module's new design minimizes LID, thereby delivering a longer lifespan and increased energy output.