William Pentland, Contributor for Forbes: In Chile’s most recent power auction, the bids from solar project developers came in at between $65 and $68 per megawatt hour (MWh) were considerably more competitive than bids made by coal plants, which were priced at $85 per MWh. Solar power projects were awarded the lion’s share of the 1,200 gigawatt hours (GWh) of electricity contracts sold. Chile boasts one of the world’s biggest solar resources. High electricity prices and strong demand from Chile’s mining industry have driven demand growth for solar, especially large scale commercial or utility projects. The total installed solar capacity in Chile increased from less than 4 MW in 2013 to more than 220 MW last year. Nearly 1 GW of solar is projected to be installed in Chile in 2015. Meanwhile, a total of about 8 GW of solar power projects have been approved for development in Chile. First Solar and SunEdison are two of the biggest U.S. solar companies active in Chile. Cont'd...
Innowatt24 review on a good year and new partnerships with I-24 Renewables. Most of all I24 is starting own developments in US and sold already a couple of Solar Farms. Innowatt24 is now under the Top 70 in North America.
Smart Energy for Smart Cities Technology Revenue is Expected to Reach $20.9 Billion in 2024, According to Navigant Research
Cities, utilities, and smart energy for smart cities vendors are expected to take advantage of market synergies, report finds
Payment flexibility expanded for ABB's Terra 53, with credit card reader providing more options for site owners, facility managers, as well as complete roaming capability for electric vehicle drivers.
SMi are thrilled to announce that registration is now live to attend the 3rd annual conference on Gas to Liquids Americas. Returning to Houston on March 9th and 10th, this conference will provide a platform of discourse for the industry to consolidate the current state of Gas to Liquids within the wider midstream agenda.
Delivered to the location complete and ready to charge vehicles, it requires no permits, no civil engineering or planning, no foundations, trenching or electrical connections and is operational within minutes.
Energy storage is essential to reaching our renewable energy goal of 50 percent - and eventually 100 percent.
Saft helps utilities take the guesswork out of meter asset management with innovative remaining battery life analysis service
· New service delivers real-life information from batteries operating in the field and provides utilities with information for informed decision making on asset maintenance and replacement programmes. · Analysis complements Safts battery life modelling capability to provide a complete understanding of the battery lifecycle.
Saft reinforces its leadership in China's smart metering market with two major new orders for over 45 million primary lithium batteries
· Saft is the worlds leading supplier of primary lithium batteries for metering applications with an estimated 45 percent share of the global market. · Battery performance and high quality are key factors in Chinas competitive metering market. · New best-in class production plant under construction in Zhuhai will double Safts local production capacity in China for metering cells. · Deliveries are scheduled for completion by the end of 2016.
Strategic purchase will allow RES to expand transmission business, accelerate growth
Sandy Pond HVDC converter station in Massachusetts, the worlds first multi-terminal bipole High Voltage DC power system, has provided reliable, clean energy to New England since 1990.
Storage of this type helps to solve one of the key factors limiting the wider use of solar energy - by eliminating the need to use the electricity immediately.
Schneider Electric's Conext XW+ 6848NA Meets HECO's TrOV-2 and Frequency and Voltage Ride-Through Requirements
"Hawaii has the highest concentration of solar in the United States and is the model for what we are likely going to adopt in the rest of the United States in the not so distant future."
By Kelly Hodgkins for Digital Trends: Danish state-owned company Dong Energy A/S plans to set a new world record for the world’s largest offshore wind farm, breaking the existing record currently held by the 630-megawatt London Array, another facility built by Dong. The new U.K. wind farm will be located in the Irish Sea, about 12 miles off the west coast of Great Britain. When commissioned, it will provide enough energy to power almost a half million homes. It’s no surprise that Dong is behind this effort, as it is Denmark’s largest energy company and the world’s largest developer of offshore wind power. The company has a longstanding relationship with the UK, constructing and, in some cases, operating multiple offshore wind facilities, including those in Barrow, Burbo Bank, and Walney Island. Between these projects and others in Germany, Dong now has a total of 5.1 gigawatts of offshore wind capacity. It aims to expand this capacity even further with a projected goal of 6.5 gigawatts of offshore wind energy production by 2020. Cont'd...
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Energy Storage & Grids - Featured Product
Sun Xtender® Deep Cycle AGM Batteries for renewable energy storage are manufactured in the USA by Concorde Battery Corporation and are built to the same demanding standards crucial to supporting the aircraft industry. To facilitate maximum conductivity & charge acceptance Sun Xtender® batteries are constructed with copper alloy corrosion free terminals & robust intercell connections. Endurance and optimal float life are achieved through plates thicker than the industry standard. Sun Xtender® Batteries' AGM maintenance free design is an ideal solution for off grid and grid tied systems.