Greenbacker Renewable Energy Company Acquires 2 Solar Power Generation Facilities in Gainesville, Florida
The systems are expected to produce enough electricity to power approximately 336 homes for one year of typical use.
SPI's PV solutions to integrate ZBB Energy's advanced energy storage systems in PV markets worldwide
The ALM 12V7s product line offers up to twice the usable energy, 50X greater cycle life, and 50% lighter weight than comparable lead-acid batteries.
Southern Company accelerates sustainable energy innovations with five solar projects in three states
The company views the development of the full portfolio of energy resources - renewables, nuclear, 21st century coal, natural gas and energy efficiency - as more than a goal.
Hanwha Q Cells Announces Over 1.5 GW Solar Module Supply Agreement to Power NextEra Energy Resources' Continued Solar Investments in the U.S.
A subsidiary of Hanwha Q CELLS Co., Ltd. agreed to supply more than 1.5 GW to NextEra Energy Resources, beginning in 4Q 2015 to power its continued solar investment across the U.S. -- Modules will use Hanwha Q CELLS' proprietary, high-efficiency Q.ANTUM cell architecture, the world's first fully commercialized multi c-Si PERC cell in mass production. -- Cells and modules will be manufactured from Hanwha Q CELLS' fully automated and highly-efficient production facilities in Malaysia and Korea.
Toshiba Begins Operation of Independent Energy Supply System Utilizing Renewable Energy and Hydrogen
Toshiba Corporation announced the start of demonstration operation of H2One, an independent energy supply system based on renewable energy and use of hydrogen as a fuel for power generation. Kawasaki City and Toshiba have installed the system at the Kawasaki Marien public facility and Higashi-Ogishima-Naka Park in the Kawasaki Port area. H2One combines photovoltaic installations, storage batteries, hydrogen-producing water electrolysis equipment, hydrogen and water tanks, and fuel cells. Electricity generated from the photovoltaic installations is used to electrolyze water and produce hydrogen, which is then stored in tanks and used in fuel cells that produce electricity and hot water. Since H2One uses only sunlight and water for fuel, it can independently provide electricity and hot water in times of emergency, even when lifelines are cut. Kawasaki Marien and Higashi-Ogishima-Naka Park, a municipal facility to promote Kawasaki Port, is a designated emergency evacuation area. In times of disaster, H2One will use stored hydrogen to provide an estimated 300 evacuees to the site with electricity and hot water for about one week. The H2One system is housed in a container, and can be transported to disaster-hit areas on trailers.
Registration surges for the world's largest and most comprehensive exhibition in the coil winding, electric motor and transformer manufacturing industries.
Industry peers from oil and gas industry to discuss the importance of flare gas recovery in Abu Dhabi.
Ribbon Cutting To Coincide With Earth Day Week Celebrations
The growth of the solar industry is truly astounding, particularly in China, the world’s solar leader. Between 2011 and 2012 the Chinese solar market grew by 500 percent. According to a 2014 report by Frost & Sullivan, a consulting firm, the global solar market earned revenues of nearly $60 billion in 2013. The firm estimates that by 2020 it will double to $137.2 billion. With all this growth, somebody was obviously going to get rich, and it didn’t take long for Oilprice.com to identify some of the biggest beneficiaries of the push toward renewables. The following are 5 of the world’s most successful renewable energy business leaders and their net worth. 1. Li Hejun, Chairman, Hanenergy Holdings. $31.5 billion. 2. Elon Musk, Founder/CEO, Space Exploration Technologies Corp., Tesla Motors. $12.2 billion. 3. Wang Chuanfu, Founder, BYD Company. $5.3 billion. 4. Aloys Wobben, Founder/Owner, Enercon. $4.2 billion. 5. Zhu Gongshan, Chairman, GCL-Poly Energy Holdings. Full Article:
Wuxi Suntech & Taiwan Carbon Nanotube Technology Developed World's First Carbon Nanotube Photovoltaic Module Frame
The carbon nanotube photovoltaic module frame not only delivers a great cost-saving advantage over the traditionally-used aluminum module frames, but its non-reflective black module frame provides a wider scope of use and a distinct advantage under extreme weather conditions.
New installation support tool bolsters Enphase's commercial solar offering
32-megawatt Lost Hills-Blackwell
The construction is expected to be started in the last quarter of this year and the commercial operation is expected to be achieved in March 2016.
Commercial Solar Projects Deploy KACO new energy-Ampt Solution To Reduce System Cost And Improve Performance
Optimized power solution enables more modules per string and higher resolution MPP tracking to improve project economics and design flexibility
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