Deal Will Give REG Greater Access to Growing West Coast Advanced Biofuels Market
Trina Solar-equipped Osaka Sangyo University Team Wins 2015 FIA ALTERNATIVE ENERGIES CUP Solar Car Race in Suzuka
This is OSU's fourth consecutive victory at the IFA Suzuka Solar Race.
Solar leader to create thousands of full-time jobs over the next 10 years along the Wasatch Front
Maxwell Technologies Selected as Exclusive Capacitive Energy Storage Supplier by China's Largest Rail Company
China Qingdao Sifang Rolling Stock Research Institute and Maxwell Sign Multi-year Strategic Agreement
Today, solar energy is the fastest-growing source of energy in America.
PRESIDENT BARACK OBAMA TO DELIVER KEYNOTE ADDRESS AT "NATIONAL CLEAN ENERGY SUMMIT 8.0 : POWERING PROGRESS" IN LAS VEGAS, AUG. 24
"National Clean Energy Summit 8.0: Powering Progress" at Mandalay Bay Resort Convention Center in Las Vegas Monday, Aug. 24.
Flagship Project of the Energy Turnaround-Stadtwerke Kiel, Kraftanlagen München and GE are Building the Most Flexible Large-Scale Power Plant in Germany
The New Innovative Gas-Fired Thermal Power Plant in Kiel with over 90 Percent Efficiency Will Set New Standards with Respect to Flexibility, Efficiency and Environmental Sustainability; Contract Signing on August 3 ----The Order for 20 Jenbacher J920 Flextra Gas Engines with an Output of 190 MW Represents the Largest Sale in the Worldwide Jenbacher Company History
Plug Power Now Poised to Convert $20 Billion European Electric Lift Truck Market to Hydrogen Fuel Cells
Open Energy simplifies the loan process, enabling more solar loans by cutting down on the high transaction costs that have hindered the growth of the commercial sector.
GE to Supply 61 Wind Turbines for Pattern Developments 180-Megawatt Meikle Wind Project ----Project Will be Largest Wind Site in British Columbia
Partnership to Focus on Benefits of Residential and Commercial Solar Power Technology
by ARATA YAMAMOTO for NBC News: Engineers in Japan have installed the world's largest floating wind turbine, a towering 344-foot structure that is billed as being able to withstand 65-foot waves and even tsunamis. The 7 megawatt turbine was fastened to the seabed last week by four 20-ton anchors about 12 miles off the Fukushima coast. Its installation was delayed four times because of consecutive typhoons in the region. But one of its chief engineers, Katsunobu Shimizu, told NBC News that the turbine — which is about the same height as London's St. Paul's Cathedral — would be able to withstand even the most extreme conditions. "These turbines and anchors are designed to withstand 65-foot waves," Shimizu said during a sea tour of the turbine given from a boat off the coast. "Also, here we can get 32-foot-tall tsunamis. That's why the chains are deliberately slackened." If a large wave were to push the turbine up, down or to the side, the loose chains connecting the structure to the seabed would give it the freedom to move without being damaged, he said. Cont'd...
Energy from Waste 2015 will feature an exclusive spotlight on Merchant Funding when it returns to London for its 8th annual show.
Silicor CEO recognized for 35-year career in solar leadership
By Madeleine Cuff for Business Green: The offshore wind industry is set for a bumper 12 months, as the latest figures from the European Wind Energy Association (EWEA) reveal installations in the first half of this year hit record levels. As several projects reached completion and larger, more powerful turbines were deployed, new installations hit 2,342.9MW, triple the grid-connected capacity added in the same period last year. The surge in new projects makes the first six months of 2015 more successful than any other full year on record, in terms of installed capacity. Some 584 new offshore wind turbines have been connected to the European grid so far this year, while the average turbine size has risen from 3.5MW to 4.2MW as manufacturers continue to develop more powerful turbines capable of capturing greater amounts of wind energy, the report said. Total offshore wind capacity across Europe has now reached 10,393.6MW, it added. Cont'd...
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