• China pushed the global wind market to new heights in 2015, representing almost half of new wind installations globally and producing a total annual capacity of 30.5 Gigawatts • However, after focusing on increasing its installed capacity, the country now aims to shift its focus from scale expansion towards quality and efficiency, says analyst
Weather measurement expert illustrates importance of smarter investment choices in mitigating extreme weather impact on portfolio revenues
Natural Power marks the launch of new software tool, Portal, to US market at WINDPOWER 2016.
ABB, in conjunction with the American Wind Energy Association (AWEA), will once again host a free pre-show technical training seminar next week on the latest technologies and best practices prior to the start of AWEA Windpower 2015.
"We applaud Sens. Heinrich and Gardner for their leadership in accelerating our nation's adoption of solar. As this resolution astutely points out, America just celebrated a major milestone. We are officially a #MillionSolarStrong and growing!
Commercial real estate landlords, in particular, ought to capitalize on the growing opportunity to lease their rooftops to utilities, notes LeClairRyan energy advisor and former utility CEO.
His recent speaking engagement hosted by the San Diego Renewable Energy Society and Global Energy Network Institute (GENI) highlighted the roles of Community Solar, Community Choice Energy, Peer-to-Peer Solar and the Expansion of Regional and Global Energy Grids could play in meeting future energy needs.
GE Energy Financial Services and Virginia Solar Group Commission Pacifico Energy Kumenan Mega Solar Plant in Okayama Prefecture, Japan
This 32-megawatt project has been a great first step for us. We challenged the design, procurement, construction, and finance to optimize the project and increase its viability as a sustainable energy source in the Japanese solar market
North American PV tracker market increased by 135 percent, reaching 5.5 GW last year
Celebrating its 25th year, Intersolar North America 2016 is billed as the largest attendance conference and exhibition of its kind, focused on the areas of photovoltaics, PV production technologies, energy storage systems and solar thermal technologies.
The 16th All-Energy exhibition and conference, held at Glasgow, UK's SECC on 4 and 5 May attracted a total unique attendance of 6726 from 45 countries. Some 400 exhibitors from 14 countries were represented on stands throughout the busy exhibition halls at the UK's largest renewable energy event, which also focuses on low carbon and sustainable solutions. All-Energy will return to the SECC on Wednesday 10 and Thursday 11 May 2017.
Alba Energy is helping Victory Medical in Austin power their facility with the Texas sun and a new 144.5 kW solar installation. The new solar panel installation will save the healthcare provider more than $1 million dollars over the next 25 years.
A leading provider of maintenance to the wind energy sector, GEV Wind Power's Houston office will serve as a central hub for America's thriving wind energy sector.
Richard Martin for MIT Technology Review: At the giant Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum Solar Park under construction near Dubai, a desalination facility goes into operation this month. Run by an array of solar panels and batteries, the system will produce about 13,200 gallons of drinking water a day for use on site. That’s insignificant compared with desalination plants elsewhere, but it’s a start toward answering a pressing question: can countries stop burning fossil fuels to supply fresh water? Hundreds of desalination plants are planned or under way worldwide because fresh water is increasingly precious. According to a report from the International Food Policy Research Institute, more than half the world’s population will be at risk of water shortages by 2050 if current trends continue. In drought-ridden California, a $1 billion plant at Carlsbad, north of San Diego, will produce 54 million gallons of fresh water a day. The giant Sorek plant in Israel can crank out more than 160 million gallons a day (see “Megascale Desalination” and “Desalination Out of Desperation”). But these plants are a devil’s bargain; they use power from plants that, in most cases, emit greenhouse gases, ultimately worsening the problem of drought. Saudi Arabia, for instance, uses around 300,000 barrels of oil every day to desalinate seawater, providing some 60 percent of its fresh water supply. That’s not sustainable. Finding a way to produce fresh water without burning fossil fuels is critical not just for the desert countries of the Middle East but for a growing number of places around the world. Cont'd...
When the increasing awareness of new energy , Tesla Model 3 has come to market with a more affordable price ,so where can we get the endless electricity?
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