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Parker Hannifin Power Conversion System Selected By Primus Power to Support Energypod® Enabling Microgrid at US Marine Corps Base
The Energy Grid Tie Division of Parker Hannifin Corporation (NYSE:PH), the global leader in motion and control technologies, today announced that Primus Power (Primus) selected its power conversion system to support Primus' EnergyPod® recently shipped to the Marine Corps Air Station in Miramar, California. Primus, a technology leader in grid-scale electrical energy storage, chose the Parker system following a test program conducted at the National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL). The 250 kW EnergyPod is part of a solar and storage microgrid located at the military base. The base was recently recognized for its energy-use reduction when it received EPA Federal Green Challenge Award for 2015.
Expected to especially benefit low and moderate-income families in New York.
Shared Renewables Program Provides New Opportunities for New York Residents and Businesses to Access Clean and Affordable Energy
New, smart, wind sensitive: "WindTalker" from NorCal Controls combines with Lufft VENTUS for the ideal cold weather turbine control anemometer replacement solution.
Company Targeting Off-Grid and Unreliable-Grid Markets with Critical Need for Power
"We are very pleased to announce the successful completion and grid connection of these three projects, which well demonstrates the execution ability of our local project development and EPC teams in Japan"
Designed with green battery technology, the EnergyBar 100 is manufactured with no known carcinogens, is recyclable and there is no thermal runoff.
Project at Camp Lejeune in Onslow County, N.C. --- Company's first solar facility at a military base is the largest of its kind in the state --- Expected to be online end of 2015
A team of researchers has come up with a solar cell that produces fuel rather than electricity. A material called gallium phosphide enables the solar cell to produce clean fuel hydrogen gas from liquid water. To connect an existing silicon solar cell to a battery that splits the water may well be an efficient solution; but it is very expensive. So, researchers were streamlining their search to a semi-conductor material that is able to both convert sunlight into an electrical charge and split water. The team found gallium phosphide (GaP), a compound of gallium and phosphide, useful in this respect. GaP has good electrical properties but the drawback is that it cannot easily absorb light when it is a large flat surface as used in GaP solar cells, said the study thatappeared in Nature Communications. The researchers overcame this by making a grid of very small GaP nanowires, measuring five hundred nanometres (a millionth of a millimetre) long and ninety nanometres thick. "That makes these kinds of cells potentially a great deal cheaper," said lead author Erik Bakkers from Eindhoven University of Technology, the Netherlands. Cont'd...
There have been enough successful low-income solar pilot programs at the state and federal level that it is now possible to launch a larger initiative with confidence that it can succeed.
Machine Learning Helps IBM Boost Accuracy of U.S. Department of Energy Solar Forecasts by up to 30 Percent
Makes Solar Forecasts Available to States to Advance Integration of Solar Power into the Nation's Energy Pipeline
The plant will be used to power equipment in tea plantations, and will be the first of its kind within China.
The modules will be used in several utility-scale projects in Germany.
Long-time partners to lower the levelized cost of electricity through solar tracking projects
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