ARIES WAAREE SOLAR PVT.LTD. BAGGED ORDER FOR ENGINEERING SERVICES, TO SET UP A 40 MW SOLAR PV POWER PLANT FOR ADANI GROUP IN GUJARAT INDIA
Mumbai, September 3rd, 2010 -Aries Waaree Solar Pvt Ltd. (AWSPL), operates in the field of engineering, construction and supervision of Renewable Energy Power Plants in India. AWSPL bagged order for engineering services to set up 40 MW Solar PV Power Plant for Adani Group Gujarat India
In independent research, the PowerCost Monitor has been shown to help consumers save up to 18 percent on their monthly electricity bills. That's a real savings!The PowerCost Monitor is compatible with almost all energy meters, attaching easily to the outside of the meter around the glass chamber.
Draka Offshore announced today they have been selected by PNE WIND AG as the technical development partner responsible for designing the subsea inter-array power system for the Gode Wind II offshore wind farm project.
Pacific Valley, LLC to Partner with Cadmos on L.A. Solar Project The 20-megawatt Ruby Solar Photovoltaic project, located on 160 acres in Los Angeles County, will power up to 5,000 California homes.
Airborne Wind Energy Startup Ampyx Power secures subsidy from the Euro fund for regional development
The energy technology startup company Ampyx Power has succeeded in securing a subsidy from the European fund for regional development. This subsidy will allow Ampyx Power to finalize the automation of the prototype PowerPlane system.
CSG continues to expand its regional services, naming a program director based in Portland, Ore.
PVT Solar, Inc., in cooperation with Meritage Homes, the nation's ninth largest homebuilder, announced today that homes which feature the Echo™ solar energy system were selling three times faster than competitor's homes.
Senator Byron Dorgan Receives Lifetime Achievement Award for Advancing Fuel Cells and Hydrogen Energy
Senator Dorgan Helped Create More than 10,000 Jobs in Fuel Cell and Hydrogen Energy Related Fields
Like the little engine that could, the University of Nevada, Reno experiment to transform wastewater sludge to electrical power is chugging along, dwarfed by the million-gallon tanks, pipes and pumps at the Truckee Meadows Water Reclamation Facility where, ultimately, the plant’s electrical power could be supplied on-site by the process University researchers are developing. “We are very pleased with the results of the demonstration testing of our research,” Chuck Coronella, principle investigator for the research project and an associate professor of chemical engineering, said. “The process to dry the sludge to make it burnable for a gasification process, which could then be transformed into electricity, is working very well. This is an important step for our renewable energy research, processing about 20 pounds an hour of sludge in a continuous-feed system to produce about 3 pounds an hour of dried powder.” The team of researchers custom built the processing machine in a lab at the University and brought it to the plant for testing. It uses an innovative process with relatively low temperatures in a fluidized bed of sand and salts to economically produce the biomass fuel from the gooey sludge. Read full release here.
Industrial chemical/biotech leader joins full-time as Executive Chairman and Chief Business Development Officer
As the need for reliable, real-time data communication in mission-critical SCADA systems continues to increase for monitoring and control distribution automation as part of the "Smart Grid," electric power utilities are looking for new and better ways to improve their communication infrastructure, making it more reliable and secure.
The Town of Hopkinton became the first town in Massachusetts to install solar panels on multiple municipal buildings. The 1,832 solar panel installation, completed by Borrego Solar Systems, Inc., sits atop Hopkinton's High School, Middle School, Police Station, and Fire Department and helped them satisfy the need to compile energy use from all municipal buildings and pledge to have them reduce energy consumption by 20 percent.
Given the rural location of Peter's Durksen's 25-year-old, 1,800 square foot bungalow, he didn't have access to natural gas and was tired of paying the rising costs for fuel oil to power his forced air oil-fired furnace and hot water tank.
What Solar Energy Developers Need to Know
Last January saw solar panel pricing hit historical lows worldwide. As a result and despite the economy, the solar photovoltaic industry is having a pretty good year both at the commercial and residential levels.
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