SPI 15 - National Thought Leaders to Present on Today's Clean Energy Issues & Trends During IREC's 3iForum at Solar Power International
"An encore to the standing-room-only sessions the past two years, IREC again brings some of the nation's most involved clean energy thought leaders to Solar Power International attendees, with informative insight to keep current with the rapidly changing issues, successes and challenges of today's solar industry," says Larry Sherwood, IREC vice president and COO. "The experts will also share forecasts and recommendations - based on best practices which in many cases they have helped shape."
SPI 15 - Continental Control Systems Introduces a Compact Meter Module - an OEM Revenue-Grade "Energy Meter on a Board"
This year at Solar Power International, Anaheim, California - Continental Control Systems will introduce their new compact OEM revenue-grade PV Meter Module. "Meter on a Board" features an innovative compact single board design (measuring 2.75" x 2.5") that can accommodate either a single or three phase service with either board-mounted or externally mounted CTs.
Beckett Energy Systems and Steatite Sign Distribution Agreement to Bring Beckett's Commercialized Lithium-ion Advanced Battery Technology Solutions to Europe
This collaboration expands the reach of Beckett's light weight, energy dense, rechargeable lithium-ion battery solutions into the European Union.
K2 Clean Energy Capital Integrates with Energy Toolbase Software Platform for Instant PACE Financing Quotes
K2 Clean Energy Capital LLC (K2), a leading provider of Property Assessed Clean Energy (PACE) project financing, is integrating with the Energy Toolbase software platform.
By Vlad Tverdohleb for CruxialCIO: Panasonic Corp is the producer of lithium-ion batteries for Tesla Motors Inc’s cars. However, Panasonic is now preparing to begin selling batteries that power homes in Europe. Its first market is Germany, where homeowners are even given greater incentives to switch to clean electricity generated by solar-power devices. Thus, Panasonic’s push into international markets with home batteries is putting the Japanese company into direct competition with Tesla, its flagship customer. In May, the American company unveiled a suite of batteries to store electricity for businesses and homes. Panasonic plans to move later to France, the U.K. and other European markets. Laurent Abadie, Panasonic Europe chief executive officer, declared on Wednesday, Sept. 2, in an interview at the IFA International Consumer Electronics Show in Berlin, that the company has not decided yet when it would start sales in Europe. Cont'd...
Princeton Power Systems, a leading global designer and manufacturer of technology products and embedded software for energy storage, microgrid operations, and electric vehicle charging, announced today that they will be exhibiting and presenting a poster of their Annobon Island and Alcatraz Island projects, at the Solar Power International Show: September 14th - September 17th at the Anaheim Convention Center. Princeton Power Systems' Booth is #2002.
The world's first JBox platform to offer customers different functionalities, replacing the traditional JBox.
Facility generating approximately $15 million in funding for community initiatives over the next 20 years
Bonfigliolis utility-scale inverters support intelligent utility-grid integration and management features.
Saft America receives $6.13 million USABC award for lithium-ion stop-start battery technology development
The new Saft contract follows research previously conducted with USABC for 12-volt stop-start battery technology development and an earlier contract to develop lithium-ion battery systems for hybrid electric vehicle applications.
CoServ Solar Station serving as national model for cost-effective solar deployment among utility co-ops
Ross Jennings for The Conversation: The world’s tides contain enough energy to power the entire UK’s electricity consumption. And, since it effectively harnesses the moon’s constant and predictable gravitational pull, tidal power overcomes one of renewable energy’s classic problems – the fact you never know quite how much sun, wind or rain to expect. Now, underwater windmills positioned just below the ocean surface could be a major breakthrough for tidal power. Costly technology and inaccessible locations have thus far held things back. Large, heavy and expensive turbines mounted on the seabed have been developed, but these are aimed at commercial scale developments. Tidal power needs its equivalent of the rooftop solar panel. Imagine then a wind turbine, but underwater, and not fixed to the seabed – these so-called “mobile floating turbines” are a cheaper and more adaptable alternative to big, fixed developments. Most floating turbines look something like this: Cont'd...
"Smart PowerFlow" project aims to demonstrate how batteries can cost-efficiently reinforce low voltage grids for high shares of renewable power
The Reiner Lemoine Institute and SMA Solar Technology AG to investigate the potential of using batteries at the low voltage level to alleviate local grids.
Indianapolis Car Sharing Service Launches Convenient Point-to-Point Transit
Largest Electric Vehicle Charging Owner, Operator, and Provider Offers Property Partners with the Opportunity to Reduce Energy Costs
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