GE Reaches Milestone with 50,000 MW of Global Wind Installations

50,000 megawatts (MW) of installed capacity spread across more than 30,000 GE wind turbines in more than 35 different countries Recent acquisition of Alstom's renewable energy unit expands GE's wind footprint in Europe and Brazil Global GE wind installed base now provides enough energy to power the equivalent of approximately five cities the size of Hong Kong

SolarWindow Process Breakthrough Generates Electricity for Next Generation Skyscraper Glass

"The buildings of tomorrow are incorporating more high-performance glass into building windows and interior glass surfaces. These latest test results show that SolarWindow™ coatings are both chemically and structurally compatible not only with today's skyscraper windows, but also for tomorrow's next generation glass applications," said John A. Conklin, President and CEO of SolarWindow Technologies, Inc.

Eos Energy Storage Awarded $2 Million from the California Energy Commission to Demonstrate Behind-the-Meter Battery Systems at UC San Diego

Company teaming with industry leading OEMs to pilot residential and commercial energy storage systems using Eos's low-cost Znyth® technology

Bourne Energy Develops Resilient Power Technology to Enhance US Military Energy Security

Bourne's Floating Hybrid Power Panel Almost Triples Output Over Same Size Solar Panel

Siemens receives major order for 102 wind turbines for offshore wind power plant

East Anglia ONE to have a total capacity of 714 megawatts Largest order to date for the 7 MW wind turbine Second offshore project for ScottishPower Renewables Service initially agreed for first five years

ALTA DEVICES ACHIEVES 31.6% SOLAR ENERGY EFFICIENCY RECORD; CHANGES THE FUNDAMENTAL ECONOMICS FOR UNMANNED AERIAL VEHICLES

New Solar Cell Enables Aircraft Designers to Shed Substantial Weight and Increase Utility of These Platforms

Push to keep solar thermal set to continue as consultation closes

Solar thermal only technology threatened with removal from renewable heat scheme

Giant wave-riding platform design puts solar power out to sea

David Szondy for GizMag :  Sea-based wind farms are becoming a common sight in many parts of the world, but why not floating solar power stations? Engineers at the Vienna University of Technology foresee a future where platforms 100 m (330 ft) long and covered with solar panels float on even heavy seas thanks to a new floatation system called Heliofloat. Still under development, Heliofloat uses flexible, open-bottom floats that are capable of standing up to rough seas that would destroy such a platform sitting on conventional tanks. Solar energy has a great potential for helping solve the world's energy problems, but among the factors hindering its general application is that suitable land is not always available. Relocating panels offshore could make for installations of incredible size and generating potential, but the seas isn't always a placid place. Even relatively calm areas can suddenly become tempests with waves that can pound a floating platform to kindling in a matter of minutes.   Cont'd...

Intersolar - Intersolar North America Expands Conference Offerings, Off-site Tours, Networking Opportunities

Conference attendees gain access to co-located ees North America, SOLAR 2016 conferences 25 percent discount for all conference registrations offered until May 6

Alba Energy Helps Houston Non-Profit Power UP With Solar Panels On Earth Day

To coincide with Earth Day 2016, Alba Energy is proud to unveil a brand new solar panel installation for Dress for Success Houston. The addition of 44 photovoltaic solar panels on the roof of the new Dress for Success Houston headquarters in downtown Houston, TX will help the nonprofit reduce their carbon footprint and enhance their sustainability efforts.

Permanent Magnet Technology: The Wind Industry's New Drive Train Standard

As PMG+FPC drive trains outperform DFIGs from both a full-cycle cost-efficiency and reliability perspective, the turbine manufacturing industry needs to revise some of its old assumptions and obsolete turbine technology choices to embrace the generator technology that leads to better AEP.

Solar farms boost biodiversity, new comprehensive study shows

New research shows that solar farms can significantly improve local biodiversity, with benefits to wildlife and potentially even surrounding crops

Industry Leaders in Solar Renewable Energy Launch CenterStar Energy

The CenterStar Energy brand emphasizes its commitment to sustainable energy and mission to provide a full spectrum of renewable energy services and unparalleled customer service. A culture of team effort and engagement is promoted within.

Northern Power Systems announces fully integrated energy storage system using any battery/mechanical storage option

The Northern Power ESS (Energy Storage Solution) features the advanced FP2000 FlexPhase power conversion system that has been featured in multiple technologies and applications.

AT&T and SunPower Collaborate on Solar IoT Connectivity in the United States

Companies Will Provide Home Solar Offers

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