GoGreenSolar.com now sells solar components to U.S. Government through GSAAdvantage.
The decision last year to prematurely end the access to the Renewable Obligations scheme spurred more than 1.6 GW of new projects last quarter
We have researchers here developing systems that should be able to convert more than 40% of the incoming sunlight to electricity (current panels are ~20% efficient). We are also working with research groups that can generate fuels and chemicals directly form sunlight, or from biomass, hopefully at an efficiency and cost that will replace conventional fossil fuel materials.
Michael Orshan responsible for further increasing sales at the industry's largest solar tracking company
The Microgrid Unites Natural Gas, Rooftop Solar, Geothermal and Battery Storage
The solar arrays at the Vermont installation will generate enough energy to power more than 700 homes each year during normal usage times, and will be primarily used to support the local community.
Clean Energy Collective, commonwealth, and town representatives mark groundbreaking of 3 MW of additional clean energy generation across Adams and Uxbridge, Mass.
DuPont Microcircuit Materials Introduces Newest Generation DuPont Solamet Photovoltaic Metallization Pastes
Advanced Materials to Help Make Solar Panels More Powerful
GE's Wind Collector Optimization Service Enables System Designs to be Done Twice as Fast as Traditional Design Methods ----Optimized Collector Cable Design Results in Cost Savings of More than 20 Percent ----Service Enables Lower Total Cost of Ownership for Customers through Improved Efficiency and Reduced System Costs
EPIA calls for free and fair trade between Europe and China
Industry-leading solar thermal energy storage technology secures internationally acclaimed award for innovation
Offshore wind is coming to the United States. Construction on what will be the country’s first offshore wind farm started Monday in Rhode Island. The wind farm, which is being developed by Deepwater Wind, will be located off of the coast of Block Island, a small island about 13 miles south of Rhode Island. Once completed, the five-turbine, 30-megawatt wind farm will produce enough energy to power all homes and businesses on Block Island, which previously relied on diesel generators, according to the Sierra Club. The wind farm will also send energy to mainland Rhode Island. It’s expected to come online in fall 2016. Environmental groups, many of which have pushed for the project since it started going through hearings in 2013, applauded the start of construction. Bruce Nilles, senior campaign director for the Sierra Club’s Beyond Coal Campaign, told ThinkProgress that the start of construction was a “landmark” moment for the U.S. wind industry, and that it “really makes real the promise offshore wind has” in the U.S., particularly on the East Coast. “This is technology that will play a very important part in decarbonizing electric sector,” he said.
Osnabrück. seebaWIND Service GmbH is the first enterprise to implement the requirements set by the new international RDS-PP® Standard Reference Designation System for Power Plants for the wind power sector using REGAS application software. This manufacturer-independent service provider initially uses the software, which works based on the standard, for its own technical operations management. In the next stage, seebaWINDs service technicians use the app to log the wind turbine data they collect during servicing operations and to record the results in the shape of standardised reports.
Partnership provides a unique bundled energy service which enables customers to save money by both creating and purchasing electricity from a single entity.
The acquired 280 MW pipeline is comprised of ten projects in various stages of development and located primarily in California.
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