Innovative Solar Systems' 35 MW solar farm project in Cleveland County has been approved for interconnection to Duke Energy's electrical grid, the company learned this past week.
Innovative Solar Systems, LLC is nearing final approvals for the largest solar farm project in North Carolina to date, an 80MW project in Hope Mills, NC.
Scientists say the strategy could ease the plight of one in three Scottish households
Cue Vent™ residential automated HVAC supply register always directs hot air to rise and cold air to fall saving on energy and proving comfort. This innovation uses an almost other worldly material which solely utilizes the temperature coming out of the vents to make the louvers move automatically!
Optimizing Performance, Lifetime and Return on Investment for Solar
SolarEdge Introducing Module-Level Power Electronics to Chinese Market at SNEC
HOPE FOR THE PLANET: CALTECH'S RESONATE AWARD HONORS INNOVATORS IN ALTERNATIVE ENERGY, THE ENVIRONMENT, AND SUSTAINABILITY
Five Big Ideas in an Often Overlooked Field Get a Moment in the Sun
Sandia has partnered with SINTEF since the 1980s, primarily in the field of combustion science at the lab's Combustion Research Facility.
Sefton Motors announced the release of the Volo One Heat Engine designed for electrical generation. The engine runs off of heat and uses any type of fuel to create the heat needed to operate. Fuel sources include wood, natural gas, propane, solar, bio mass or waste heat.
SolarMax Donation to University of Georgia To Foster Solar Engineering Education, Research and Innovation
SolarMax donated SolarMax inverters totaling 150kW to the University of Georgia (UGA) College of Engineering with the purpose of fostering study in the solar inverter technology field.
Tesla Motors CEO Elon Musk said Wednesday that the world will need to build several lithium-ion battery factories to meet a "quasi-infinite demand for energy storage." Speaking at the World Energy Innovation Forum, Musk said Tesla Motors alone needs its planned $5 billion lithium battery factory to continue the company's rapid growth. Without the proposed "gigafactory" the electric-car maker would lack the batteries it needs to ramp up car production and introduce new models, he said. "We're building the gigafactory because we can't think of any other way to scale," Musk told the energy forum at the company's factory in Fremont. "We either hit the sides of the Petri dish, or we build a bigger Petri dish." The forum, which focused on market-transforming ideas in energy, took place in a corner of the sprawling auto plant where Tesla makes its second car model, the Model S. The proposed gigafactory would double worldwide production of lithium-ion batteries, which could help lower battery production costs 30 percent just in its first year of full-scale operation. Tesla hopes to use those savings to create its $35,000 Gen 3 car, the company's first car aimed at the middle class.
TÜV SÜD will showcase its full suite of offshore wind power services at WINDFORCE 2014. The experts support designers, project operators and manufacturers in the offshore wind power industry with comprehensive and customised inspection, certification and inspection services (Hall 5, Stand E 33).
Rodman & Rodman, a full service CPA firm with a Renewable Energy and Cleantech specialty practice serving "green" clients throughout the U.S., has recently established a Green Energy Speaker's Bureau.
At Intersolar Europe 2014, TÜV SÜD will showcase its suite of services spanning the entire value chain of the PV industry. In the focus of interest are new services such as certification of inverters and solar storage systems and the launch of Performance Guard (Hall A2, stand 540)
Shoals Technologies Group and American Helios Constructors partner to provide largest U.S. Army Base
Shoals Technologies Group, the leading manufacturer of PV Balance of Systems components, today announced it has been awarded the contract to provide 17.5 MW of ground mount racking to the Fort Huachuca U.S. Army Base. Chattanooga, Tennessee based American Helios Constructors will serve as the EPC.
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Professional weather sensors form the heart of large solar plants supporting their operation and performance. Lufft was the first manufacturer to combine several sensors in one housing, bringing the largest multiparameter weather sensor family with 19 members into being. Many of them are well-suited for solar site assessment and continuous monitoring. The most commonly used one is the WS600 delivering data on temperature, air pressure, wind, relative humidity and precipitation. Through its open protocol, it can easily be attached to radiation sensors e.g. from Kipp&Zonen. Other models have an integrated Silicon, Second Class or Secondary Standard radiation sensor.