On top of the RidgeBlaster wind turbine, a custom solar PV concentrator is mounted that replaces the cap that normally covers the wind turbine. This combination has a series of advantages.
The world will see a significant increase in the use of geothermal as an energy source between now and 2020. That's according to a report released this week by Pike Research. The research analyst constructed several scenarios based on an estimated 10.7 gigawatts of geothermal capacity in existence throughout the world in 2010. That 10.7 gigawatts equates to about 67 terawatt-hours (TWh) of electricity, with the U.S., which currently possesses 3.1 gigawatts of installed geothermal systems, as the world's leading user. In fact, 88 percent of the world's geothermal energy systems currently in operation are used in only eight countries, according to the report. Peter Asmus, the senior analyst on the report, emphasized that geothermal is currently one of the world's least-tapped opportunities for alternative energy. In the report's high-growth forecast, geothermal capacity increases 134 percent to 25.1 gigawatts. In the report's most conservative forecast, Pike estimated that world geothermal capacity will grow to 14.3 gigawatts by 2020.
Scheduled to take place Tuesday, May 24, 2011, during the 1st SEMA Technical Conference and Exhibition, the course will provide an overview of the PV manufacturing process with a critical look into today's manufacturing issues and how they can impact yield and long-term module reliability.
Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina announces renewable energy platform at ICT Expo, showcasing Urban Green Energy's eddyGT 1kW vertical axis wind turbine
Introducing Caleffi's ThermoCon™ Storage Tank that can be used in solar thermal and geothermal applications. Our new ThermoCon storage tanks maximize the efficiency of any hydronic system by providing thermal storage and hydraulic separation for heated or cooled water.
Ontario Solar Academy is celebrating our one year anniversary with a Special Spring Sale and by expanding solar training courses to the North, South, East and West. Save $1,000 on any 5 Day Course, throughout the province, when registered by March 18!
Photovoltaic installations double over 2009; Largest concentrating solar power plant in 20 years comes online; Solar heating and cooling reverses trend and expands
Energising SEA expo 23-26 March 2011 in Perth Western Australia is an international conference dealing with Australian and SE Asian markets and is proving to be of interest to businesses across the region as exhibitors.
Earth Friendly Products award-winning eco-friendly cleaning products, is pleased to announce the opening of its brand new manufacturing facility in Addison, Illinois. The facility boasts 312 solar panels, making it the "single largest solar-powered commercial facility in Illinois."
THINK is hitting the road with GE and other electric vehicle makers for a seven-city electric vehicle experience tour. The event will feature test drives of the THINK City for local business fleet operators, government representatives and other EV stakeholders, along with educational workshops with GE's EV experts. The tour is designed to help local communities understand the technical and business impacts of the coming wide-spread deployment of EVs in the U.S.
Ford's use of an advanced active liquid-cooling and heating system to regulate the temperature of its lithium-ion battery packs in Focus Electric will provide customers in cold and snowy climates an advantage. The liquid-heated battery operates under a range of ambient temperatures, providing additional power, longer battery range and a preconditioned battery after charging.
The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) has proposed new rules that would compensate regulation energy storage technologies based on the benefits they provide to the electric grid.
As of March 15, Ontario's green energy producers will be subject to a new set of fees for applications they make for feed-in tariff (FIT), microFIT, and other renewable power projects.
Back in 2004, Danish wind turbine technologist, Vestas, launched its first Skyrocket sailing vessel, in an attempt to break the Outright World Speed Sailing Record. As part of this mission, the Sailrocket team has just launched its second-generation speed sailing boat from East Cowes on the Isle of Wight. According to the company, SailRocket 2 is designed to be "significantly faster than its predecessor". Over the last 15 months, Vest'as Sailrocket team has been focused on building a better, safer and - above all - faster boat at Vestas Technology R&D's facilities on the Isle of Wight. The culmination of this work was yesterday's launch of Sailrocket 2. "Since we started pursuing the Outright World Speed Sailing Record 9 years ago, the record has been raised by exactly 9 knots. The current record holders, the kite surfers, have taken it out of the reach of all the previous contenders and it is going to take a very special boat to get it back. Vestas Sailrocket 2 is a boat that aims high. The only satisfactory outcome for us is the outright record," Paul Larsen, pilot and project leader from the Sailrocket 2 team says. With the record raised to the current level, the ambitious team behind Sailrocket is even more eager to develop a boat to break the Outright World Speed Sailing Record (average speed of a craft between two points set 500 metres apart). In order to do that, conventional design has been left behind and everything is pushed to the limit.
Solid Apollo has just introduced 6 different Aluminum Extrusion profiles, which will enable Architects, lighting designers, and contractors to increase their creativity and flexibility in their designs while creating state of the art LED linear Lighting installations.
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Solar & Wind - Featured Product
Morningstar's TriStar MPPT 600V charge controller leverages Morningstar's innovative TrakStar™ MPPT technology and our 20+ years of power electronics engineering excellence, to enable the widest input operating voltage range available from a solar array, wind turbine or hydro input. This controller's standard and DB versions are for off-grid applications, and the TR versions were developed to enable retrofitting grid-tied systems with battery backup.