Traffic Powered Wind Turbines

There are more than 2.5 billion cars, which generate wind turbulence. The same wind turbine which is responsible for huge windmill rotation can be replaced by small efficient traffic wind turbines.

Student Helps Solve Scientific Puzzle That Could Improve Solar Panel Efficiency

A Loughborough University PhD student has helped shed light on a solar panel puzzle that could lead to more efficient devices being developed.

First-of-its-Kind PV Inverter Scorecard Ranks Manufacturers by Performance

Public report from PV Evolution Labs reveals over 20% of tested solar inverters failed safety and reliability tests while others had strong performance following testing.

Ciel & Terre Starts Construction on California's Largest Floating Solar System for the Town of Windsor

Installation of 1.78 megawatt "floatovoltaic" system will fulfill 90% of energy needs for Windsor water reclamation system by using sustainable solar power

AWEA statement on Gov. Hogan's Clean Energy Jobs Act decision

Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan announced he will allow the Clean Energy Jobs Act to pass into law while outlining a bold clean energy agenda for the state

ACORE Statement on the "BEST Act"

Statement from Gregory Wetstone, President and CEO of the American Council on Renewable Energy (ACORE)

CNY Depreciation Keeps Weakening Solar Prices

Polysilicon prices keep declining amid the continuous CNY depreciation against USD this week. As major buyers remain cautious of placing the purchasing orders, polysilicon prices in China hold steady in CNY term, but are translated into a drop in the US dollar term. Meanwhile, since some Chinese polysilicon suppliers recently released their 1Q19 financial results with total cost and cash cost lower than USD 7.5/Kg and USD6.3/Kg, respectively, this suggests that the current polysilicon prices are still too high to reach the long term price bottom. Since major polysilicon suppliers attempt to leverage the further polysilicon cost reduction through their newly added capacity in China, all buyers are revised their target asking price down. With the increasing low cost supply, major buyers strengthen wait-and-see stance on the procurements at this moment.

SUNNY OUTLOOK FOR THE WORLDWIDE SOLAR MARKET: INTERSOLAR EUROPE 2019 CELEBRATES ANOTHER YEAR IN THE BOOKS

With 1,354 exhibitors, 100,000 square meters of exhibition space and around 50,000 visitors from 162 countries, Intersolar Europe - the world's leading exhibition for the solar industry - is celebrating another successful year along with its three accompanying energy exhibitions. From PV production technologies to hybrid inverters to subsidy-free business models, the topics explored at the 2019 event were highly diverse and well received by the crowds of visitors.

Azelio's Unique Energy Storage now Also for Solar PV and Wind Power

Azelio already offers a solution for storage of solar energy to secure a sustainable distributed baseload in areas with high solar irradiation. That solution can serve as a low-cost replacement for the diesel-generated electricity used in microgrid systems.

OpenSolar Launches World's First Free End-to-End Solar Software Design and Sales App

Pioneers of Remote Solar Design Technology Introduce Advanced Solar Software App, Entirely Free to Accelerate World's Transition to Solar Power

U.S. set to overtake South Korea in 2019 as world's largest grid-connected battery energy-storage market

By Camron Barati, senior analyst, solar and energy storageThe United States in 2019 will become the world's largest market for grid-connected battery energy storage, as solar-plus-storage and peaking capacity requirements drive increased procurement, according to IHS Markit.

AWEA announces new CLEANPOWER exhibition hub

WINDPOWER 2020 will be housed within CLEANPOWER, with new partners and programs for utility-scale wind, solar, and storage

Trelleborg Features Cable Protection System at US Offshore Wind

This is the first time the company is exhibiting the protection system at an offshore wind event in the United States.

Power Optimizers Match Infrared (IR) Imaging Capabilities at Finding Module Defects

Power optimizers have the advantage of finding and quantifying failures continuously during operation.

Can Renewables Be a Greener Alternative to Replace Fracking?

Even as fracking has reduced the cost of natural gas, improvements in renewable energy technologies have brought their costs down to be cost-competitive with fossil fuels. In many cases, they can compete even without tax incentives in place.

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