How Blockchain and Other Online Innovations Help Alternative Energy

The Blockchain promises to deliver a decentralized energy system that can seamlessly incorporate the large companies providing energy to millions, the small businesses hoping to get into the market, and the individual user with excess energy to sell off.

Wind and Solar Call for PTC & ITC Safe Harbor Due to Coronavirus

Supply chain disruptions and other issues related to the pandemic have manufacturers and green energy companies worried their projects in development won't be able to benefit from tax credits set to expire at the end of this year.

Tigo's Integrated Optimizers in Residential Solar

With Tigo's TS4-A-O (Optimization Add-ons) units, the system complies with California's mandated NEC 2017 rapid shutdown requirements. This customer also has module-level monitoring with full visibility into his system via Tigo SMART Website & App.

Wire Management: Materials, New Module Geometries and the NEC

The trends with the biggest impact that we are seeing all revolve around the design of module frames. There are a number of module manufacturers who have reduced the length of the flange found on the underside of a typical module frame.

Upcoming Webinars - PV Mounting in Asphalt and Metal Roofs

This is a Technical webinar with tips on installing both rail-less and rail option Roof Tech systems. Building a long lasting array and code compliance are important topics.

Solar Light Systems Provide Crucial Light Sources in Remote Oil Fields

EcoSol Energy Systems a leading energy, water and sustainability consulting headquartered Dubai, United Arab Emirates was tapped to develop a lighting system to keep the oil fields running safely and efficiently.

Fire Protection for Stationary Lithium-ion Battery Energy Storage Systems

This challenge can be addressed effectively by means of an application-specific fire protection concept for stationary lithium-ion battery energy storage systems, such as the one developed by Siemens through extensive testing.

Assessment of Ransomware Event at U.S. Pipeline Operator

The U.S. Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) reported on 18 February 2020 on a ransomware incident impacting a natural gas compression facility at an unidentified U.S. pipeline operator.

What is the Safest Energy for the Future?

Energy's deathprint is the number of people killed by one kind of energy or another per kWhr produced. Coal is the worst. According to the World Health Organization, the Centers for Disease Control, and the National Academy of Science.

Is Waste to Energy Set to Increase in the Coming Years?

There are currently 71 waste to energy (WTE) plants in the United States. WTE plants only account for 0.4% of total electricity generation, although there is great potential to increase this percentage in the future.

How Will Automation Impact the Sustainability Sector?

Automation is rapidly gaining momentum around the world. Many people talk about the advantages it can bring in aiding productivity and scalability. Those perks are important, but how might automation promote sustainability?

Understanding the Differences Between AGM And Flooded Deep-Cycle Batteries

The main design difference between FLA and AGM batteries is how the electrolyte is managed. In FLA batteries, the battery plates are submerged in the liquid electrolyte. During use, water in the electrolyte is broken down into oxygen and hydrogen gases and water is lost.

What Are Standard Energy Use Intensity Benchmarks?

This article answers the question, "What is energy use intensity?", mentions some things to consider in terms of benchmarking, and discusses what to do with your benchmark data once you have it. It also includes some average EUI data by building type.

Electron Beam Welding in Vacuum

Electron beam welding has particularly outstanding properties: It can be used for joining the smallest components as well as for large parts. Vacuum solutions are indispensable for the application.

Reinventing Steam Power Technology for a Low-carbon Future

Great strides have been made in Africa's development in biomass. Interestingly, Africa has the highest portion of bioenergy, at 45% of the total energy mix, thereby validating the continent's potential to capitalise on this renewable energy source.

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