KACO new energy inverters deliver superior yields in award-winning rooftop PV project

It is not only the UK's largest solar rooftop installation, but has now also taken the prize as the best commercial rooftop project over 250 kW in the Solar Power Portal Awards 2015.

CalCharge expands energy storage initiative as California boosts renewable goals

Southern California Edison, UC San Diego join push for battery breakthroughs

Energy Storage North America Opens With Record Participation, Honors Leading Storage Projects and Industry Champions

Award winners represent the vision, leadership and achievements of fast-growing storage industry

Taiwan Unveils the Eco-Power Station

Featuring 10 Green Products That Are Making Zero-Energy Consumption Possible

Corvus Energy opens a new European office in Bergen, Norway adding 100 years of marine experience.

New Norwegian office is strategically located to serve European customers, an important and growing market for Corvus Energy's lithium polymer battery systems. This office is in addition to the existing service office in Amsterdam.

North African Oil and Gas Operator saves $1.5 million by tracking AFE spend

This North African operator has been experiencing a problem that is common to many E&P companies - being the ability to accurately track AFE budgets and associated expenditure.

VERD2GO LAUNCHES ALL-NEW BATTERY-BASED, VEHICLE-INTEGRATED, RENEWABLE HOME POWER SOLUTION

Verd2GO, a revolutionary new clean energy start-up, has invented a portable, patent-pending, nano-battery technology that will change the way people collect, store and share energy, as well as power their vehicles and homes on-demand. Typical power plants are outdated, struggling with off-peak power and on-peak demand. Verd2GO's solution increases energy independence by reducing reliance on coal, gas, and oil consumption from dirty-energy sources.

Geli and BMW Awarded 2015 Energy Storage North America Innovation Award

Today Geli and BMW jointly received a 2015 Energy Storage North America Innovation award for their work integrating second-life electric vehicle (EV) batteries at the BMW Group Technology Office to support BMW's i ChargeForward EV demandresponse program.

Clean Energy Collective to use First Solar Panels in Community Solar

Today (Oct. 13) First Solar and Clean Energy Collective (CEC) announced a new partnership today under which First Solar will supply Clean Energy Collective with its solar panels for community solar gardens across the U.S. Already the companies have four projects planned using First Solar's thin-film photovoltaic panels.

DYNAPOWER TO SUPPLY NEWLY DESIGNED ENERGY STORAGE INVERTER FOR 1 MW ECOULT BATTERY SYSTEM

The Ecoult system will be installed in the PJM grid-operating region, and is scheduled for commissioning in mid-2016.

Ice Energy launches Solar + Ice, the greenest most cost-effective solar-plus-storage solution for utilities

Solution available now through long-term power purchase agreement (PPA) that guarantees performance

Yaskawa to celebrate 100th anniversary while expanding into renewable energy and marine with The Switch technology

Yaskawa will be participating in the Technologia 2015 exhibition in Helsinki, Finland.

NEC Energy SOLUTIONS PARTNERS WITH EOS ENERGY STORAGE TO BRING REVOLUTIONARY ENERGY STORAGE Product TO Market

Eos Partners with NEC on Next Gen Energy Storage

Johnson Controls helps world's largest commercial building regulate energy usage

Johnson Controls' new product offerings in the distributed energy space benefit customers across the country

As California Rolls Out More Solar Power, Regulators Could Undercut The Industry

Ken Silverstein for Forbes:  The fall season is kicking off a sizzling solar power debate in California and one that has the potential to undercut the state’s climate mission. Utility regulators there are in discussions over how to balance the interest of rooftop solar generators with the utilities on which they will still depend. Just how those hearings are resolved with have implications for the rollout of renewable energy not just in California but also around the country. At issue is something called “net metering,” which is technical term used to measure the amount of money that rooftop solar generators should get paid relative to retail electricity prices. Utilities, generally, want to offer them the wholesale rate for what they send to them over the grid. Those are expensive wires to maintain and ones that all customers will use, even those who power their homes with solar panels. That’s because the sun is not always shining and the utilities would then have to provide them electricity over their networks. The present net metering rules in California were set a dozen years ago, with the intent that they would expire when solar penetration reached 5 percent at any of three investor-owned utilities: Edison International’s SoCalEd, PG&E Corp. and Sempra Energy, which is nearing the threshold. Generally, those utilities are paying customers the full retail value for their electricity generated and transmitted.  Cont'd...

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