Designed for the Battlefield …Indispensable on the Construction Site
The Nigeria Alternative Energy Exhibition (NAEE 2013) ended at ShehuYar' Adua Convention Centre in Abuja after a successful third edition of one of Africa's biggest energy forum.
Global Smart Grid stakeholders convene, advancing power grid interoperability
Utility commissioners in Arizona will decide the fate of rooftop solar incentives this week, in what has become the biggest fight over renewable energy policy in the country. A two-day hearing on the issue at the Arizona Corporation Commission began Wednesday. The Arizona Public Service, the state's largest utility, is asking the commission to change the current policy, which allows homes and businesses with their own solar power systems to sell any excess energy they generate back to the grid. That policy, known as net metering, was first put in place in 2009. The utility argues that customers with rooftop solar aren't paying their fair share to maintain the grid, and has proposed policy changes that would increase prices for those with solar systems. But local solar advocates have accused the utility of trying to kill the state's burgeoning solar industry, and have launched a counter-campaign. As The Huffington Post has previously reported, the fight got interesting when the utility revealed that it had been secretly funding anti-solar ads produced by a national conservative group. After a commissioner asked the company and other groups involved in the net metering debate to disclose how much money they were spending on the issue, APS disclosed that it had spent $3.7 million on PR work. The solar lobby disclosed that it was spending nearly half a million dollars on fighting the proposed changes.
Siemens have revealed their views of the booming South African wind industry and offer a trans-continental view of the future of the business and a foresight into sector developments
Clenergy has launched its new PV String Joint Box into the Japanese market. The multifunctional intelligent SJB seriesdelivers high quality coupled with outstanding performance in a competitively priced package. It has one of the most advanced monitoring and service packages available today.
Storage System for a Solar Application Will Be Installed by Year-end
SunEdison Solar Water Pump transforms the lives of farmers by increasing their crop yield, income and quality of life
IKEA's second wind farm purchase from Mainstream in three months
Drivers to receive exclusive access to SolarCity's most affordable service option as a feature of BMW's "360° Electric" Package
The guide is a definitive desktop reference source of all investors, project developers and service providers active in the US clean energy sector since the beginning of 2012.
After winning the European Award, Innotech Solar is now finalist for the Red Herring 2013 Top 100 Global Award
Red Herring's 2013 Top 100 Global Award, a prestigious list honoring the most promising private technology companies of the world each year.
NEW FELTOFLEX HV, ULTRA FLEXIBLE HV CABLE FOR MOBILE INSTALLATION ON DISPLAY.
Transformerless Residential Inverter Named One of the Best Green Building Products of 2014
Business leader brings strong leadership, a collaborative style and a passion for renewable energy education to his new role
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Sierra was the first to introduce a combination volumetric vortex and multivariable mass flow meter in 1997. Today, Sierra's completely redesigned InnovaMass® iSeries™ 240i/241i builds on two decades of success measuring five process variables for gas, liquid and steam with one connection. Now, with the latest hyper-fast microprocessors, robust software applications, field diagnostic and adjustment capability, and a new state-of-the-art flow calibration facility, Sierra's vortex iSeries delivers precision, performance, and application flexibility never before possible.