Largest solar installation in the territory part of utility's plan to tackle rising energy costs for island residents and businesses
Simon Hobday, Partner at Pinsent Masons and Advisory Board Member for POWER-GEN Europe considers the complex factors shaping the evolution of Europe's power markets and the operational and commercial impacts seen so far
Integration of Europe's energy systems must continue if grid stability is to be sustained, writes Dr. Franco Rosatelli* of Ansaldo Energia, ahead of the POWER-GEN Europe 2014 event being held in Cologne
With deregulation and privatisation driving the separation of generation, transmission and distribution, Philippe Paelinck, Vice President Portfolio & Strategic Positioning at Alstom, examines EU goals on energy security and unification and how these have played out in Germany thus far.
The age-old challenge of finding a balance between affordable, clean and reliable electricity has become ever more acute for the European power sector in recent years. Only now, however, are the costs and strategic implications of meeting this challenge becoming apparent.
Recurrent Energy Awarded 150 MW Utility-Scale Solar Contract by Austin Energy for Texas Solar Projects
The 150 MW solar facility will be completed in 2016 and will be Texas' largest single solar power plant.
ENLIGHT™ Polyolefin Encapsulant Films outperforms IEC PID-free standard
Underscores TIAA-CREF's Commitment to Environmentally Sustainable Investments
$20 million of financing available to fund up to 5MW of solar capacity, 1,000 home installations
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
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