Continues through 9 April, New Zone Showcases Smart Lighting & Solutions
Megan Barber for Curbed: Based off the concept of how a sunflower follows the sun, the Smartflower is a portable, adjustable petal system that tracks the sun's path throughout the day. When the sun rises in the morning, the Smartflower automatically unfolds and begins producing energy by setting its petals at a ninety-degree angle. The flower goes "back to sleep" into a folding position at night or whenever high winds make it unsafe to operate.
Emil Venere for Phys.org: Researchers have shown how to modify commercially available silicon wafers into a structure that efficiently absorbs solar energy and withstands the high temperatures needed for "concentrated solar power" plants that might run up to 24 hours a day.
Seeks to fully align resources and capital in support of transition to Series 6 offering Remains firmly committed to utility-scale project development business
Ballard Power Systems today announced that it has entered into a definitive equipment supply agreement with Zhongshan Broad-Ocean Motor Co., Ltd. for the supply and delivery of 200 FCveloCity® fuel cell engines to be used in demonstrations of clean energy buses and commercial vehicles in key Chinese cities.
Global solar panel prices continue to drop this week, extending the longest losses since 2017, but the rate of decline has slowed significantly from previous weeks. The demand in China has restored momentum in April. However, the demand recovery would still not be strong enough to reverse the downtrend of prices, but should help to limit the scope of decline. Meanwhile, although the demand in China has improved, the demand in rest of the major solar markets still appears to be lackluster. In EU and the US, solar panel prices were slashed sharply since 4Q16 and recently major module makers have ceased aggressive pricing. In Japan and India, fierce competition in these regions in efforts to win PV projects in 2H17 continue to drive solar panel prices lower.
APRIL 4, 2017 - Newburyport, MA - USA - Mersen, global expert in electrical power and advanced materials, and ARCOM, the leader in specifications, are pleased to announce that Mersen product data and customized specifications are available through ARCOM's software platforms to architects, engineers and design professionals.
Thirty-five finalists of the 2017 Young Professionals Green Energy Awards are announced today.
The flights marked the first time a single-engined fighter flew with 100 percent biofuel. A twin seat Gripen D was used for the flights that took off from Saab's facilities in Linköping, Sweden.
Energy Storage Industry Leaders Urge Congress to Include Grid Modernization, Resiliency in Infrastructure Deliberations
The U.S. is currently the global leader in advanced energy storage innovation, markets, and investment, spurring more than 50,000 domestic jobs and placing the U.S. at the forefront of the advanced energy industry. In 2016, commercial deployment of energy storage systems grew more than 100% over the previous year and installed system costs plummeted another 30%.
CanWEA's 32nd Annual Awards: Adam Rosso, Director of Project Development in Ontario at Boralex, Receives the Matt Holder Community Connection Award
"I am extremely proud of the achievements of our colleague Adam and his team," said Patrick Lemaire, President and Chief Executive Officer of Boralex. "Adam's leadership and commitment to do things right created an environment based on trust and respect within the communities where we work. It is to the quality of these relationships that we owe the success of our projects."
Upsolar Expands its Floating Solar Panel Solutions into Europe after its Successful Installation of the World's Largest PV Test-bed in Tengeh Lake, Singapore
Energy Harvesting Europe Article: Governments, manufacturers and other interested parties agonise about what to do as multiple gigafactories spew out vast numbers of lithium-ion batteries that almost always die before the life of the equipment in which they are placed and they are linked to toxins, fires and other nasties. As the world moves to structural electronics instead of the nostalgic old components-in-a-box designs, the batteries are holding up the party because even solid state ones tend to swell and shrink with each cycle, bursting a smart structure apart.
Dukosi, the battery management technology innovator, and Swindon Silicon Systems, a world leader in the design, test and supply of complex, custom, mixed-signal electronics for automotive and industrial applications, today announced they have signed a strategic agreement to bring Dukosi's disruptive semiconductor chip based battery management solution to market.
GE Renewable Energy Selected by Lincoln Clean Energy and I Squared Capital for 250 MW Texas Wind Project, $330 Million in Project Financing Closed
-Project features 100 of GE's 2.5-116 model wind turbines -Wind farm will be supported by a 20-year extended full service agreement -Expected to generate approximately 1,000,000 megawatt-hours of renewable energy per year, or enough to power the equivalent of 90,000 U.S. homes
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