Innovative Ontario companies find energy savings in places they'd least expect
In this paper, we will focus on a theoretical study and its application to a concrete site. We will try to answer the question: How can we optimize the implementation of horizontal trackers on a solar plant?
Going solar should be a great experience - not a headache, and doing your homework upfront will give you something money can't buy - peace of mind.
This year Solar Power International has moved to October. SPI is perhaps the most important show for the solar industry here in North America. Stay tuned for the AltEnergyMag SPI 2014 special newspage devoted to news specifically from the show.
Installers working on a tile roof must deal with particularly difficult challenges. Tile roofs are manufactured from many types of materials, including clay, zinc coated aluminum, concrete, wood and fiberglass, all of which come in a wide range of shapes and sizes. Installing solar panels on a tile roof takes more time than traditional asphalt shingle roofs and often requires additional framing.
For renewable energy industries, it is important that project knowledge, industry awareness and organizational savvy be captured within the organization so it can be easily shared with incoming employees.
This year Solar Power International has moved to October. SPI is perhaps the most important show for the solar industry here in North America.
The five platforms listed below are the top leaders in renewable energy crowd funding, based on the money they have raised so far.
Product development in a shifting solar market shows "onshoring" makes sense
Sun tracking is accomplished through azimuth and elevation (screw jack) drives that require a high degree of accuracy and durability.
Ontario, Canada, companies transform wind, sunshine and even sawdust into green power
The “new reality” facing electricity consumers and their utility companies is that renewable energy is meeting an increasingly larger share of U.S. energy needs, according to a report released this month from Ceres and Clean Edge. That translates into more and better choices and a clean energy future. “Renewables — including wind, solar, biomass, geothermal, waste heat and small-scale hydroelectric — accounted for a whopping 49 percent of new U.S. electric generating capacity in 2012, with new wind development outpacing even natural gas,” writes Jon Wellinghoff, partner at Stoel Rives LLP and former chairman of the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission in the report. “Benchmarking Utility Clean Energy Deployment: 2014,” the first report from Ceres in partnership with Clean Edge on this subject, ranks the nation’s 32 largest electric utilities and their local subsidiaries on their renewable energy sales and energy efficiency savings. cont'd.
In this paper, we discuss the critical issues that sources and states face in evaluating EPA's proposal and developing plans to meet the Clean Power Plan requirements.
As Summer kicks into full gear we can sit back and enjoy a bit of a break from the Tradeshow schedule. August will see a bit of a lull but starting September and intensifying in October the Alternative Energy tradeshow calendar is full! Here is a summary of what Tradeshows, Conferences & Exhibitions to look forward to in the coming months.
A little understood but perhaps far more important consideration for consumer safety could be related to the risk of battery fires to drivers.
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