EIA's approach to addressing the inherent uncertainty surrounding the country's energy future is to develop multiple cases that reflect different sets of internally consistent assumptions about key sources of uncertainty such as future world oil prices, macroeconomic growth, energy resources, technology costs, and policies.
Yaskawa - Solectria Solar, the leading U.S. commercial PV inverter manufacturer, announced that it has officially launched its new PV Inverter blog. This blog will focus on top industry topics, news, recently installed projects and life at Yaskawa - Solectria Solar. Readers can subscribe to the blog where contributors (both from Yaskawa - Solectria Solar and PV industry collaborators) will keep you up to date on the latest trends, events, research and other relevant topics.
WindPower 2016 - ScottMadden to Discuss Generation Fleet Performance at North America's Largest Wind Energy Conference
ScottMadden, Inc., one of North Americas leading energy consulting firms, will soon join wind energy thought leaders as a speaker at the American Wind Energy Association (AWEA) WINDPOWER conference being held May 23-26 in New Orleans, LA. This leading annual event gathers thousands of professionals from all major segments in the industry, bringing together policy makers and thought leaders for collaboration.
Adding Energy Storage to Solar Creates Major Economic Benefits for Affordable Multifamily Rental Housing in California
New economic analysis makes the case for including battery storage in California's billion-dollar investment plan for expanding solar access to low-income residents
Complete with a new category and record number of submissions, this years Intersolar AWARD pays tribute to ground-breaking innovations in the solar industry for the ninth time in a row. Joining the established Photovoltaics category is the category entitled Outstanding Solar Projects, which will this year make its debut on a global level.
Intersolar - New Exhibition Pavilions at Intersolar North America Showcase Early-Stage and Mid-Stage Solar Companies
New networking opportunities promise to connect start-ups with investors and seasoned executives
New Pilot Study Results Show Savenia Ratings Reduce Solar Customer Concerns Regarding System Costs, Fees
On June 1st, 2015, China's National Energy Bureau changed the minimum requirement for CIGS thin film solar modules to 13 per cent. It was raised from the previous level of 11 per cent.
Polysilicon price continues to grow in this week amid the rising price out of China. Although the polysilicon price in China surged more than 30 percent gain in the past three months, the price in China this week stands still, resulted from the strong wait-and-see attitude among buyers and sellers as trading frenzy in China unwound and swelling productions revives the concerns on oversupply. On the other hand, while non-American polysilicon suppliers raises their shipments to China to take advantage of higher spot prices, the diminished supply outside of China leads the price to advance with noticeable rate this week. As the result, despite the overall polysilicon price remains on the ascension this week, the weakened sentiments and the halted rally in China signal the weighed concern of an increase in global supply with REC silicon planning to resume production.
Researchers at Lund University in Sweden have successfully explained how iron-based dyes work on a molecular level in solar cells. The new findings will accelerate the development of inexpensive and environmentally friendly solar cells. The goal is to be able to use iron-based dyes in solar cells in the future.
Capstone Power Development Employing Cutting Edge Technology by Pentalum for Upcoming Wind Power Projects
Meteorological monitoring data such as wind speed, wind direction, temperature, and barometric pressure are required to be reported at wind power facilities.
2015 wind power capacity installations increased by nearly a quarter over 2014, report finds
Science Daily: Despite the rigors of scientific inquiry and the methodical approaches of the world's most talented researchers, sometimes science has a surprise in store. Such was the case when a group of researchers from the U.S. Department of Energy's (DOE) Argonne National Laboratory and the University of Akron discovered that a particular form of carbon coating not necessarily designed for wind turbines may indeed prove a boon to the wind industry -- a serendipitous finding that was recently highlighted in the journal Tribology International. Due to the strenuous environment inherent in wind turbine drivetrains, key components such as actuators, bearings and gears are prone to failure, meaning turbines require regular maintenance that helps drive up the price of wind energy. Prolonging the life of these components could greatly reduce the cost of wind power, the fastest growing source of energy in the world, thereby making it an even more attractive energy source. Cont'd...
Indias leading solar tracker developer, SmartTrak Corp., has opened its first global center in Silicon Valleys Freemont, California, to help build out its goal of adding 1 GW of global tracker projects over the coming year.
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The NeON R module features "Back Contact" cell technology delivering an entirely black panel that is aesthetically pleasing and energy efficient. The cell's seamless, surface blends perfectly into nearly all rooftop designs while the module's electrodes are positioned on the rear of the cell. Using LG's N-type cell structure, the panels produce 365W of energy, up to 7.3kWp, compared to 5.8kWp of the p-type cell. The module's new design minimizes LID, thereby delivering a longer lifespan and increased energy output.