Viability Secures $1.3 million in Clean Energy Grants, Leverages $31.5 million

Viability, a West Michigan economic development consulting firm, harnessed millions in new energy investments through the USDA's Rural Energy for America Program (REAP) for its clients. Overall, the energy projects will reduce carbon dioxide emissions by 33,519 metric tons annually.

OPEL Solar, Inc. and BETASOL Celebrate the Next Phase Completion of HCPV Commercial Installation

OPEL Solar, Inc. and BETASOL Celebrate the Next Phase Completion of One of World's First Commercial HCPV Power Installations Utility Grade Solar Farm of 330 kW Continues to Draw Customers to Site

Generating Electricity from Moving Cars

Tests of New Energy's Technology for Generating Electricity from Moving Cars Produce 25-Fold Increase in Energy Capture. New Energy's MotionPower technology is designed to be installed in locations where vehicles are required to reduce their speed, thus ensuring that the system only makes use of vehicle energy that would be required to slow down and does not rob vehicles of energy they would otherwise use to accelerate. The MotionPower system generates valuable electricity by creatively capturing and converting the vehicles' excess kinetic rolling energy. Every day, millions of vehicles slow or come to a stop at toll plazas, rest areas, traffic calming areas, drive-thrus, and countless other roadway points. New Energy's MotionPower devices make use of the energy wasted by these millions of cars, trucks, and heavy vehicles when they slow down or come to a full stop.

SMA America Unveils New Sunny Beam PV System Monitor

Solar power system owners looking for a compact, simple-to-use and attractive way to monitor and display their system's performance can now do so utilizing the SMA Sunny Beam.

CEC Officially Lists Tigo Energy's Maximizer ES and EP As Eligible Products

Tigo Energy, the solar company whose unique technology brings new levels of power output efficiency, management and control to photovoltaic solar installations, announced today that the Tigo Energy™ Maximizer ES and EP products have been listed on the CEC list of eligible equipment.

NEW GROUNDING CONNECTOR FOR SOLAR PANELS INSTALLS FAST AND EASILY

A new grounding connector from Tyco Electronics shortens the installation time of a ground wire to a solar panel frame. The threaded connector inserts through a hole in the frame and uses two hex nuts to help provide a reliable connection. The connector handles 6 and 8 AWG (13.3 and 8.4 mm2) solid, uninsulated copper wire.

NEW LOCKING COLLAR FOR SOLAR CONNECTORS FROM TYCO ELECTRONICS

An accessory for the proven SOLARLOK brand of solar cable connectors, the new connector latch locking collar can be applied to mated connectors to prevent inadvertent or accidental unmating. The collar locks over the mated connection to prevent access to the release mechanism of the mated connectors. The collar allows tooled extraction, requiring only a screwdriver to be inserted into a slot in the collar for release.

Investorideas.com Green Investor News - Looking for the Green "Google"

Featured Green Stocks at Investorideas.com: Wescorp Energy Inc. (OTCBB: WSCE ), GWS Technologies, Inc. (OTCBB: GWSC), Magnegas Corporation (OTCBB:MNGA)

SUPERCONDUCTOR ELECTRICITY PIPELINES TO BE ADOPTED FOR AMERICA'S FIRST RENEWABLE ENERGY MARKET HUB

- American Superconductor to Supply Superconductor Wire and Cable System for Tres Amigas SuperStation - Tres Amigas to Provide First Interconnection of America's Three Power Grids to Enable Faster Adoption of Renewable Energy and Increase Reliability of Electric Power - AMSC Establishes Equity Posi

AMSC Signs Additional Power Grid Contracts in Australia

- D-VAR® Solution to Enable Waterloo and AGL Hallett 4 (North Brown Hill) Wind Farms to Meet Australia's Grid Interconnection Requirements - Product Now Serving More Than 50 Wind Farms Worldwide

New Ultra-Green Award-Winning Home Demonstrates the Building Technology to meet the 2030 Challenge

The "Emerald Home" has achieved a net-zero designation and corresponding H.E.R.S. (Home Energy Rating System) score of "minus two," two points less than the magic number of "zero" as called for in Ed Mazria's "2030 Challenge."

Solar Decathlon - Hot and Heavy Action

The Solar Decathlon , an international competition hosted by the US Department of Energy (DOE) , is showcasing solar-powered home designs created by students from around the world. Students selected to participate were given two years to design and build the prototype solar homes, which must be carbon neutral and completely powered by the sun. The projects, many costing hundreds of thousands of dollars, were on display at the National Mall in Washington through Sunday (Oct. 18) and Team Germany took top honors. The 800-square-feet homes must be completely powered by the sun. They are meant to be prototype zero-energy, zero-carbon homes.

SEIA ANNOUNCES INSURANCE PROGRAM FOR SOLAR ENERGY COMPANIES

EIA-endorsed program offered by Kessler Advisors is designed specifically to meet needs of solar energy manufacturers, distributors and installers; provides business and employee coverages

U.S. Renewable Electrical Output Continues Growth

The latest figures released yesterday by the Energy Information Administration (EIA) in its "Electric Power Monthly" report, confirm the continued growth of renewable energy in the electrical generation sector.

REHAU's Integrated Low-Temp Heating System Plays Energy Saving Role in Virginia Tech LUMENHAUS

REHAU has provided the complete radiant heating system for Virginia Tech's "LUMENHAUS" entry into the U.S. Dept. of Energy's 2009 Solar Decathlon.

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Easy monitoring with weather sensors from Lufft

Easy monitoring with weather sensors from Lufft

Professional weather sensors form the heart of large solar plants supporting their operation and performance. Lufft was the first manufacturer to combine several sensors in one housing, bringing the largest multiparameter weather sensor family with 19 members into being. Many of them are well-suited for solar site assessment and continuous monitoring. The most commonly used one is the WS600 delivering data on temperature, air pressure, wind, relative humidity and precipitation. Through its open protocol, it can easily be attached to radiation sensors e.g. from Kipp&Zonen. Other models have an integrated Silicon, Second Class or Secondary Standard radiation sensor.