Turboden-Mitsubishi partnership aims to expand its geothermal references list as 5 new MW geothermal power plants are underway
Trojan Battery Launches Smart CarbonT Line of Advanced Lead Acid Batteries Smart Carbon Designed to Improve Battery Performance in Partial State of Charge
Trojan Battery is the first manufacturer to introduce a carbon additive as a standard feature in its deep-cycle flooded batteries used in RE, inverter backup and telecom applications.
New 600 kta Propane Dehydrogenation (PDH) unit on-stream in November 2013---- New unit exceeded nameplate capacity in the first month of operation---- First PDH unit operating in China
Customer invests digital currency in 5 kilowatt solar energy system.
American Solar is named official solar provider for the Waste Management Phoenix Open.
Clean Energy Collective brings award-winning community solar solution to Massachusetts
Portland, Oregon: Sept. 28 through Oct. 1
"The grid-connected energy storage market is set to explode, reaching a total of over 40 GW of installations by 2022", says IHS Solar Research Manager, Sam Wilkinson.
"The Future of Grid-Connected Energy Storage"
Enphase Ships Over 100MW During Fourth Quarter 2013
North Carolina headquartered consortium of 18 companies and 6 universities partnering with the federal government to strengthen U.S. manufacturing
ENMAT's Energy, renewable energy and Carbon Monitoring solutions now provides more support for BMS (Building Management Systems), other Smart Meter brands and Energy Data Collection and Aggregation.
The leaders of onshore wind will come together in Cape Town, South Africa early next year to discuss 2014's most exciting market and how they can drive forward this budding industry.
Five years after the Obama administration's renewable energy initiative touched off a building boom of large-scale solar power plants across the desert Southwest, the pace of development has slowed to a crawl, with a number of companies going out of business and major projects canceled for lack of financing. Of the 365 federal solar applications since 2009, just 20 plants are on track to be built. Only three large-scale solar facilities have gone online, two in California and one in Nevada. The first auction of public land for solar developers, an event once highly anticipated by federal planners, failed to draw a single bid last fall. Several factors are responsible, industry analysts say. The tight economy has made financing difficult to obtain, and the federal government has not said whether it will continue to offer tax credits of the size that brought a rush of interest in large-scale solar five years ago. "I would say we are in an assessment period," said Amit Ronen, director of the George Washington University Solar Institute. "Nobody's going to break ground on any big new solar projects right now — utilities want to see how farms coming online this year fit into the grid, and developers are waiting for more certainty about state policies and federal tax credits." Full Article:
Since many solar companies are preparing inventory for the upcoming lunar New Year holiday, they are forced to accept the polysilicon price increase in order to sustain high factory utilization.
The California Public Utilities Commission has determined that the three largest investor-owned utilities already have met the 20 percent standard and are on track to meet the goal of generating 33 percent of the state's electricity from renewable energy resources.
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Preformed Line Products introduces the POWER MAX Ballasted Roof Mounting System. The POWER MAX solar mounting system is engineered to maximize energy output on commercial flat roofs. Developed with the professional installer in mind, this system offers adjustable inter-row spacing in the field of up to 11 inches. It features 50% fewer components and a simplified design resulting in faster assembly rates and labor savings on every project. Available in a flush mount, 5˚ or 10˚ tilt or higher density dual tilt design, the POWER MAX base arrives stacked on pallets providing easier transport to the roof. Engineered as a fully ballasted, non-penetrating system, it accepts standard concrete blocks and is qualified by wind tunnel testing.