Kepco introduces its new EL Series of modular, air-cooled, DC electronic loads with power ratings from 1KW to 5KW. The EL series electronic loads are well suited for production test applications for power sources such as batteries, power supplies, generators, chargers and fuel cells.
Designed by Jonathan Globerson, the Greenerator is a green generator that produces clean energy without depending on external sources. It uses flexible thin-film solar cells that are cheaper, more efficient and require less material for manufacturing than conventional solar cells. All you have to do is install them in your balconies and enjoy the benefits of renewable energy. Each unit is estimated to save 6% of the electric bill and 2000 pounds CO2.
Dan Davis Sales to Represent Apricus Products for New England
With the help of sustainability consultant Vertegy, FirstLight Federal Credit Union & USO was recently recognized for its sustainable excellence by the U.S. Green Building Council. The organization notified Vertegy and the owners that the facility had achieved LEED Silver certification.
SunPods will return to participate as alumni in the CleantTech National Awards Gala on Wednesday, November 17, 2010 - an event recognized as the "Academy Awards of Cleantech". A fully assembled, factory-built SunPods solar array will be featured outside of the event.
The U.S. Green Building Council, as it kicks off its annual Greenbuild conference this week, is announcing a major milestone: its certified commercial buildings now exceed 1 billion square feet. Another 6 billion or so square feet of projects are registered around the world under the private group's LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) program, one of the most comprehensive and best-known green building standards. "This traction demonstrates the transformation of the way we design, build and operate buildings," said Rick Fedrizzi, the group's president and CEO, in a statement. "Not only does green building contribute to saving energy, water and money, it also creates green jobs that will grow and energize our economy." LEED's rapid growth continued, albeit at a slower pace, during the recent U.S. economic downtown, according to the group's data. Since it was introduced in 2000, more than 36,000 commercial projects and 38,000 single-family homes have participated and of those, 7,194 commercial projects and 8,611 homes are complete and have met the criteria. LEED requires reductions in energy and water use as well as recyclable, locally sourced and non-toxic building materials.
ImagineSolar is offering a new series of workshops for those who want to start or advance their career in PV sales and marketing. Our PV250 series includes five PV Technical Sales workshops (36 Hours) which will help trainees qualify for the NABCEP PV Technical Sales Certification.
Solergy, Inc., a developer of next-generation CPV technology, announced its launch and its first customer application at a press conference in Milan. The Italian Civil Aviation Authority will join Solergy to announce their intention to work together on providing electricity and th
Our unemployment, economic, and imminent energy crises entail an immediate Presidential mandate for nationwide conversion to solar, wind, geothermal and hydro-electric energy.
SMi's 8th annual PPP in Waste Conference provides the industry with the platform to discuss, analyse and debate the fundamental issues and work towards effective and efficient solutions.
Charlotta Norén has been appointed Business Development Director of Renewable Energy, Europe, for ABS Consulting. Based in London, Norén has the overall responsibility for business development and roll-out of ABS Consulting Renewable Energy Services in the region.
After a decade of wrangling, developer John Rosenthal will break ground today with his ambitious plan to build a solar-powered neighborhood near Fenway Park, filling several acres of parking lots with apartments, offices, stores, and a revamped transit station. The five-building complex, known as Fenway Center, will be unlike anything now standing in Boston, with solar panels to generate much of its electricity. The development will fill a large void between Brookline Avenue and Beacon Street, along and over the Massachusetts Turnpike, and result in the construction of new roads that will improve travel around the neighborhood. “This is going to turn ugly, underutilized parking lots into a world-class neighborhood,’’ Rosenthal said. He won city approval for the project in 2009 and has since been working to get state permits and secure financing in the down economy. While private funding for the $450 million project is not locked down, the groundbreaking kicks off the public transportation improvements that will help clear the way for the development.
Gloucester, Massachusetts, November 9, 2010 - Comdel, Inc., leading supplier of RF and DC power supplies and process instruments to the semiconductor and photovoltaic industries, announces the CLB Series of power supplies which provide varying output frequency in a superior low frequency design.
New ISO 9001 certified panels have more power and a higher voltage for micro-inverter compatibility
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