Liquid Air Energy Storage

Ultimately, useable large-scale renewables require useable large-scale storage. Highview has developed Liquid Air Energy Storage as a cost effective solution to high-power, long-duration storage that is geographically locatable to where it is needed, and cost-competitive.

New York's Quixotic Services Designs High-power 'Solar Wall' For Urban Health Plan in the Bronx

Unlike most rooftop systems, the 37kW array has been installed on the side of the building - a "solar wall" that will optimize the facility's clean energy production and save money for critical community healthcare services.

Lincoln International's Solar Energy Stock Index: Q4 2016

Similar to the S&P 500 Index, the Solar Stock Index is a market cap weighted composite index.

Tesla Energy Storage Helps Couple Use Almost All of the Energy They Generate From Solar

Devon's first Tesla Powerwall reduces amount of electricity Mike and Jan buy from their energy company by 86%

CoolPV Hybrid Solar System

A single solar system that will collect both thermal and electrical energy utilizing the same valuable and generally scarce south-facing roof.

Nano Technology for Hydrogen Production

To reduce our dependence on fossil fuels, it is important to explore different sustainable energy options

Three Simple (and Effective) Strategies for Solar Lead Generation

Don't get overwhelmed at the prospect of launching a solar lead generation program: if you focus on the basics, you'll have a great foundation for finding new customers.

Energy Storage Market and Trends

Adding backup power provides a tremendous value to the customers in certain areas with unreliable grid. In combination with other values, this is a trend that is producing a very strong demand - stronger than we initially thought.

Q3 2016 Deal Volume Comparison - Lincoln International

There were 20 completed solar energy transactions in Q3 2016, which represents the same number of transactions recorded in Q2 2016.

Science Plant a Wind Tree in your neighborhood to generate energy from low-speed wind

Bruce Brown for Digital Trends:  These trees do more than just add ambiance. Harnessing the wind to generate electrical energy usually brings to mind thoughts of huge land- or ocean-based wind farms consisting of huge towers with two or three blades, each more than 100-feet long, on the top. The size, weight, noise, and vibration of industrial wind turbines restrict their use to large open spaces. Newwind, a French startup, has developed a much smaller, urban-space-friendly “Wind Tree,” reports Electrek. The Wind Tree, which produces sufficient energy to power small buildings or streetlights, is designed to connect to a nearby energy storage system. The trees are each about 30 feet tall and 26 feet in diameter, and weigh approximately 5,500 pounds. Each tree has 54 Aeroleafs mounted vertically on tree branches. The Aeroleafs are 3.2 feet high and, spinning at optimum speed, are capable of generating 65 watts each. So, a tree with 54 leaves has an energy-generation capacity maximum of 3,510 watts (3.5kW), about the same as a small home solar installation.   Cont'd...

How to Manage Snow on Solar

The snow melting on your panels actually acts as a lubricant between the snow mass and the panel surface, which makes the solar panel a completely frictionless, slick surface that's the perfect candidate to allow that snow mass to come barreling off your roof.

Small Power, Big Grid: Part 5

The Emerging Relationship between Distributed Energy Resources and the Transmission System

Microgrids and the Future of Decentralized Power

UL works with industry leaders to develop a new standard for microgrids, blending in-lab product testing with on-site field evaluations.

Arcadia's Community Solar Program

A customer can subscribe to as little as single panel or enough to zero-out their utility bill.

Solar and Renewable Energy Trends in 2017

The global transportation fleet is turning electric faster than anyone could have imagined only a year ago.

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