SolarCity DemandLogic™ integrates intelligent management software and Tesla battery technology to reduce businesses' peak demand, provide backup power during outages and potentially save thousands on energy costs
Today, solar is one of the fastest-growing sources of new energy in the United States and recently surpassed 10 gigawatts (GW) of installed capacity in the United States – enough to power more than 1.7 million American homes.
Michigan Corn Growers call on EPA to protect Renewable Fuel Standard
Ballard Power Systems has announced the signing of a non-binding Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with Van Hool NV, Europe's fourth largest bus manufacturer, in support of the manufacture and further deployment of zero emission fuel cell buses.
Michael Mendik to Oversee SMA's North American System Technology for Large Applications
SolarReserve opens an office in Perth, offering unique, reliable solar energy solutions that will benefit Australia's mining sector and the environment
Rapidly-deployed solar canopy forms critical part of next generation smart-grid energy. Combined approach includes electric vehicle charging, natural gas, wind, and storage.
Celebrates Cooperative Research and Development Agreements
Support levels post 2015 higher than STA requested Mid-sized solar schemes (sub-5MW) still excluded Key details still to be resolved
Addressing Low Power Projects for Railroad and Telecommunications Customers
The first ever plant to convert electricity into hydrogen and subsequently inject the hydrogen into the German gas distribution network.
Clean Technology Business Review has declared Siemens' wind turbine rotor blade the winner of the ‘Innovation in Renewable Energy' Award.
Project allows mid-Atlantic island to boost wind capacity, incorporate renewable energy and maintain the stability of grid
ACORE's Renewable Energy in the 50 States: Northeastern Region Report Illustrates How Large-Scale Renewable Energy Facilities are Necessary to Drive Higher Capacity
Eleven Northeastern states rank second in the nation in both solar and biomass power capacity
The University of Toledo announced that the ReliaFlex Advanced Power System, installed by GEM Energy, of Walbridge, Ohio, is fully operational. The ReliaFlex system will give the University a "Green Data Center" that will significantly reduce its carbon footprint and increase electric reliability.
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Trojan's deep-cycle batteries provide rugged durability, outstanding performance and long life for use in all types of solar energy installations. With over 90 years of experience, Trojan delivers the world's most reliable and trusted batteries in flooded, AGM, Gel, and Lithium types. These batteries enable solar equipment systems to operate at a peak level of performance in the harshest conditions or the most challenging of locations and are manufactured and tested to IEC standards.