Mission Solar Energy Ramping Up 2018 Production

Mission Solar Energy modules are designed, engineered and assembled in San Antonio, Texas

Dynamic cable to connect Kincardine Floating Offshore Wind Farm in the UK

Project marks Prysmian entry into floating offshore wind farm sector

Getting value from e-cycling

Between 2009 and 2012, the European Union (EU) funded an aptly-titled project called the Recovery of Electronic Waste through Advanced Recycling and Demonstration (REWARD). Although the project has concluded, electronics recycling and recovery is an ongoing task in many recycling plants. Here, Stephen Harding, managing director of recycling materials management specialist Gough Engineering, explains how recycling plant managers can improve electronics recovery and reap the rewards.

Tackling the biggest wood pellet production problem

The global market for wood pellets has been growing consistently for the last five years according to the Wood Pellet Association of Canada (WPAC). With growth not expected to slow any time soon, Stephen Harding, managing director of wood pellet handling equipment manufacturer Gough Engineering, explains how pellet production plants can keep throughput equally consistent.

Solar Energy World Reacts to Solar Tariffs

Solar Energy World, a Top 500 Solar Energy company headquartered in Maryland with offices in New Jersey, is one of the few solar companies that will not be affected negatively by this decision. In 2017 Solar Energy World increased installations by 23% while other solar companies were decreasing installations. Principals at the company project the growth trend will continue and its solar installations will increase by more 30% this year, despite the tariff news. "The fear of the tariff has actually caused more damage to the industry than the tariff itself," says Geoff Mirkin, CEO of Solar Energy World. "Our industry will survive. It always does. Our company will not be affected negatively because we knew this would be coming and were prepared."

SEPA CEO Julia Hamm: Transformation of Puerto Rico's Power System Must Put Customers First

"The devastation caused by Hurricanes Irma and Maria has put Puerto Rico at the center of the national conversation about the transition underway in the electric power sector and its impact on the evolving role of the utility.

2018 Solar Cost Reductions Will Offset Impact of New Tariffs on Panel Prices

Modular, pre-engineered and pre-assembled solar product to lower costs by additional $0.20/Wp in 2018, according to Rocky Mountain Institute and industry leaders

Baker Electric Inc. Kim Molzahn Receives Volunteer of the Year Award

Kim Molzahn Director of Human Resources received the Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater San Diego Volunteer of the Year award at the 30th North County Philanthropy Council Volunteer Awards Luncheon.

LevelTen Energy Launches Dynamic Two-Sided Marketplace for Renewable Energy Procurement

Free marketplace delivers streamlined PPA process and innovative purchasing models through aggregation

SMA Enters into Purchase Agreement to be Supplier for Sunrun

Sunrun Partners with SMA due to Quality, Reliability and Expertise in Residential PV Solutions

EES EUROPE 2018: THE FUTURE OF BATTERY PRODUCTION

The growing demand for batteries in the transportation sector and in renewable energy systems as a whole is speeding up developments in battery production, with new battery manufacturing technologies and the construction of assembly factories and facilities creating the infrastructure needed for mass and batch production.

Winners of Zayed Future Energy Prize Announced

Google named Large Corporation winner for 2018

Parks Associates: 12% of U.S. Broadband Households Plan to Buy Solar Panels in 2018

Speakers for the ninth-annual Smart Energy Summit include Austin Energy, Carrier, DTE, Mercedes-Benz, Nest, and many more

AES and Mitsubishi Corporation Start Construction on India's First Grid-Scale Energy Storage System for Tata Power-DDL

Fluence to supply 10 MW Advancion storage solution, boosting reliability for more than 7 million customers in Delhi region

SolarWorld reacts to President Trump's remedy decision in Section 201 case

We are still reviewing these remedies, and are hopeful they will be enough to address the import surge and to rebuild solar manufacturing in the United States.

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