Baseload Clean Energy Partners Acquires the Blue Mountain Geothermal Power Plant

AltaRock Energy's Patented stimulation Process to Be Used to Increase Power Output

Gigawatt solar joins APS microinverter distribution network

Leading solar provider Gigawatt will distribute the APS line of advanced microinverter products, in a first-time partnership between the two companies. Placentia, Calif.-based Gigawatt is a full-service solar provider offering PV system design, financing and installation for residential and commercial customers. The company distributes solar products through its www.GoGreenSolar.com website.

The Veteran Asset and Ambassador Energy Host Solar Photovoltaic Training for Transitioning Military Service Members and Veterans

The course beginning June 8th, 2015, is designed to empower veterans to immediately qualify for jobs within the solar industry. It concludes with the NABCEP Entry Level Exam and customized placement services with local, regional and national solar firms.

DuPont Statement on the EPA's Proposed 2014 , 2015 and 2016 Renewable Volume Obligations (RVO) Rule

DuPont issued the following statement in response to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's (EPA) proposed rulemaking

Interview with Andreas Karelas of RE-volv: Why Don't More Environmental Nonprofits Go Solar

RE-volv is a nonprofit organization whose mission is to empower people and communities to invest collectively in renewable energy. RE-volv finances solar energy projects for nonprofits and worker-owned cooperatives that serve their community through a 20 year solar lease agreement.

"Designer carbon" boosts battery performance

Mark Shwartz, Stanford Univ.:  Stanford Univ. scientists have created a new carbon material that significantly boosts the performance of energy-storage technologies. Their results are featured in ACS Central Science. "We have developed a 'designer carbon' that is both versatile and controllable," said Zhenan Bao, the senior author of the study and a professor of chemical engineering at Stanford. "Our study shows that this material has exceptional energy-storage capacity, enabling unprecedented performance in lithium-sulfur batteries and supercapacitors." According to Bao, the new designer carbon represents a dramatic improvement over conventional activated carbon, an inexpensive material widely used in products ranging from water filters and air deodorizers to energy-storage devices. "A lot of cheap activated carbon is made from coconut shells," Bao said. "To activate the carbon, manufacturers burn the coconut at high temperatures and then chemically treat it." The activation process creates nanosized holes, or pores, that increase the surface area of the carbon, allowing it to catalyze more chemical reactions and store more electrical charges.

Kyocera TCL Solar Completes Construction of Third Floating Solar Power Plant in Hyogo Prefecture, Japan

2.3MW installation will generate enough power for approximately 820 typical households

Atlantic Completes Another Utility Scale Solar Project in Canada - Launches New YieldCo

The power will be sold under the province's Feed-In-Tariff program.

Canadian Solar Supplies Modules to Turkey's Largest PV Plant

The 7.5 MW (AC) ground-mounted PV plant is located in one of Turkey's largest industrial zones, the Kayseri Organized Industrial Zone (KOIZ).

First Whole Log Woody Biomass Power Plant Commissioned

Air Curtain Burner Coupled to ElectraTherm's Power+ Generator

Illinois Renewable Energy Conference to Provide Information on State Legislative Proposals

The Illinois Renewable Energy Conference, held Thursday, July 16, at Illinois State University, will feature presentations on state energy policies and current legislative proposals.

Over 250 Free Renewable Energy and Sustainability Education Opportunities in One Weekend

The Energy Fair is taking place in Custer, Wisconsin on June 19-21.

Are Wood Skyscrapers the Future Building Trend?

Concrete or wood skyscrapers? Wood, you ask? Can you even build tall buildings out of wood? There has been a movement for wood-based, eco-friendly architecture for years. Some architects believe that when harvested responsibly, wood is one of the best materials architects and engineers have for reducing greenhouse gas emissions and storing carbon in our buildings.

Talking Frontier Observatory for Research in Geothermal Energy (FORGE) with Rachel Dahl and James Faulds

The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) selected a site near Fallon for its Frontier Observatory for Research in Geothermal Energy (FORGE), and $2 million in federal funds to launch the ground-breaking research project.

Berkeley lab unveils new solar energy center aimed at producing fuel from sunlight

Jeremy Thomas for Inside Bay Area News:  In a christening hailed as a key moment in the effort to harness the sun's energy to create fuel, Lawrence Berkeley Lab officials on Tuesday unveiled a $59 million Solar Energy Research Center. Named after former Energy Department Secretary and Lab Director Steven Chu, the 40,000-square-foot Chu Hall will be a place of world-changing research in producing cheaper, more efficient renewable energy to replace fossil fuels, said Chu, who was honored for inspiring the mission. "This is one of the most important problems that science, technology and innovation really need to solve," Chu said. "It's a very big deal. ... We simply need to save the world, and it's going to be science that's going to be at the heart of that solution." The facility will be home to the Berkeley hub of the Joint Center for Artificial Photosynthesis, a Department of Energy-funded collaboration led by the California Institute of Technology that is attempting to create solar fuel as plants do by using sunlight and other catalysts to split water into hydrogen and oxygen gas and convert carbon dioxide into liquid fuels such as methanol and ethanol. The byproduct of producing such a fuel would be oxygen.

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