NYIT buys electric vans as part of "greenprint" effort to minimize emissions, save on energy costs
"There are still too many system design options for HCPV which will delay its market acceptance"
Harvey Michaels, of MIT, has joined energy services firm Conservation Services Group's Board of Directors. For the past 30 years, Michaels has been a leading expert in developing approaches to energy efficiency and demand response.
Green Investor at Investorideas.com reports on Thin Film Technologies Changing the Solar PV Business.
Evergreen Solar, Inc. today announced that it shipped 8.5 MW of products from its Devens factory and an additional 3.7 MW from its Marlboro pilot manufacturing facility, during the fourth quarter of 2008, in line with its announced expectations in October.
Industry Leaders Develop Global Standard for Power Distribution and Device Control
Clayton Power's series of Combies are the most compact in its class of a pure sine wave inverter and charger in a single unit. The Combi series is the third generation of mobile power systems from Clayton Power and distinguished by being very robust and compact.
Making your home more energy efficient can not only save you big bucks in 2009, but also put money back in your pocket.
Finz Seafood & Grill shows how any restaurant can use their own waste vegetable oil to generate electricity and hot water at their back door
What do you do with 5,000 tonnes of Macadamia Nut shells? - Create electricity of course! AGL is helping to create biomass fuel from macadamia nut shells, as part of its effort to invest in sustainable energy sources.
SNEC 3rd (2009) International Photovoltaic Power Generation Conference & Exhibition May 6 - 8, 2009 Shanghai New International Expo Center
Erin's Pavilion is on its way to becoming one of the most accessible and environmentally-friendly welcome and visitor centers in the country. With the installation of the structural steel and Insulated Concrete Form walls completed, the facility is on pace to open in June 2009.
The RF module fitted to each lantern enables flash synchronisation without the need for a base controller. This latest innovation is designed to offer a low-cost synchronisation option for applications including rivers, estuaries, marina entrances, channel marking and aquaculture.
Carmanah Technologies Corporation has introduced a wireless solar-powered flashing beacon suitable for a range of ITS (intelligent traffic systems) roadway applications.
Carmanah Technologies Corporation received the CanSIA "Solar PV Project of the Year Award" for a grid-tied solar power system installed on the Jean Canfield Building in Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island.
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The SolarEdge PV inverter combines sophisticated digital control technology with efficient power conversion architecture to achieve superior solar power harvesting and best-in-class reliability. The fixed-voltage technology ensures the solar inverter is always working at its optimal input voltage over a wider range of string lengths and regardless of environmental conditions. A proprietary data monitoring receiver has been integrated into the inverter and aggregates the power optimizer performance data from each PV module. This data can be transmitted to the web and accessed via the SolarEdge Monitoring Portal for performance analysis, fault detection and troubleshooting of PV systems.