New report highlights six award-winning state programs that are transforming clean energy markets from offshore wind to energy storage
Portfolio Includes New Power Classes, Safety Features and O&M Support
EES EUROPE 2018 CELEBRATES POSITIVE RESULT: GLOBAL BOOM IN RENEWABLE ENERGIES AND E-MOBILITY IS DRIVING THE MARKET
The storage market is booming. According to an analysis published by Bloomberg New Energy Finance, new installations every year worldwide are going to double six times by 2030, ultimately creating a total storage volume of 125 gigawatts or 305 gigawatt hours.
Available online, the free guide offers those interested in going solar a one-stop shop to better understand the basics of solar energy and ownership options.
POWER2DRIVE EUROPE CELEBRATES SUCCESSFUL PREMIERE: CHARGING INFRASTRUCTURE, TECHNOLOGICAL TRENDS AND INNOVATIVE BUSINESS MODELS IN THE SPOTLIGHT
One of the highlights took place on the eve of the exhibition - the Conference Opening keynote speech by Michael Liebreich, founder of Bloomberg New Energy Finance, UK, which offered the large audience an in-depth and exciting look at the global trends on the road to a world of renewable energies.
Wärtsilä executive to bring international market development expertise
Reflecting on a Successful Second Annual Event as the Industry Looks Forward to 2019
Grant is the second Blockchain SBIR for northern Indiana company
The Yamaguchi Shin Mine project solar power system, powered by 173,000 Canadian Solar CS6U modules, is expected to generate approximately 66,000MWh of electricity every year.
ChargePoint Ushers In Electric Fleet Future with Acquisition of Fleet and Energy Management Innovator
World's Leading EV Charging Company Paves the Way for the Proliferation of Fleets with Acquisition of Kisensum
RFP is seeking to equip existing solar plants with batteries to bring cleaner energy to customers
Ballard Power Systems today announced signing of a Memorandum of Understanding with ABB
Ultimately, not acting on either of these important energy policies leaves ratepayers with fewer options to save on the nation's highest electricity bills and get inexpensive, clean energy added to the South Carolina electric grid. Legislators should address these issues as soon as possible in the 2019 session to keep jobs and investment from leaving the Palmetto State.
EDF Renewables will remain involved in the projects as a co-owner providing management services and provider of operations and maintenance services.
CalCom Solar changes its name to reflect company's broader energy strategy.
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EDF Renewables offers the same innovative solutions that maximize the performance of our own 5.2 GW of installed projects. Because we're not an equipment manufacturer, our recommendations are transparent and data-driven. We cover the entire project lifecycle: from pre-commissioning support, through warranty and post warranty operation, to late stage and decommissioning.