Mr. Mann stated in his direction for the company "It is imperative that we remain laser focused on our core mission, which is based on converting waste to high value products. With the extensive knowledge of our founders, who designed and built pyrolysis technology for the Canadian government to convert waste to fuel, it is my intention to build on that knowledge base to successfully develop waste to fuel projects starting with our first Tires to Fuel and Carbon Black project in Illinois currently under review by funding entities. Other potential projects under this umbrella will include alternative fuels including algae. Although the fuel price recession of the last few years has delayed our first project we remain optimistic that fuel prices have stabilized and funding groups are now expressing interest again in our Tires to Fuel and Carbon Black project."
Implemented with support from the University of Caen Normandie, this project involves installing an ocean-based 1 MW hydrokinetic tidal turbine at the Paimpol-Br©hat site, as part of an agreement with EDF, from the second half of 2017.
Business Management Discussion and Company Update : Overriding Corporate Strategy GCE has reinvented itself many times to take advantage of the marketplace and its' many changes in the world of clean energy and alternative fuel sources. It has always been the philosophy of the Board to never risk the company by doing a deal which could in fact harm the company. Many public companies since 2008 have risked the shareholders and are no longer in the marketplace, GCE is and continues to strive to put together a business model which will provide profits and not risk the loyalty that our shareholders have provided. With that in mind the 3rd Quarter has prepared the company for future project development, cash flow, profit and most importantly stock value. The following information highlights those corporate actions aimed at accomplishing those goals.
Fosters quality assurance for tomorrow's Solar Thermal technology!
Today, Campaign for Accountability (CfA) asked the California Attorney General to open an investigation into companies that offer residential solar panels. A review of consumer complaints filed with the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) - which lacks jurisdiction to resolve these complaints - reveals many of these companies have engaged in false and misleading acts in the marketing and sale or lease of solar panels, in apparent violation of California law.
Soltage and Basalt Announce $140 Million Partnership for Capital Investment in Solar Generation Assets
Investment will fund over 100 MW of new C&I and utility-scale solar deployment, starting with three landfill-sited projects in Massachusetts totaling 15 MW generation capacity.
Flywheel Energy Storage device DuraStor® to be installed near Paris
Adding Boviet PV Panels to Leading U.S. Solar Lender's Approved Vendor List Gives Installers and Homeowners Added Confidence in Lasting Solar Module Performance
Five geothermal units obtain Ministry Acceptance in 5 days
CalWave Power Technologies and Waveswing America Named Runners-Up in $2.25 Million Prize Challenge
The Commercial and Industrial (C&I) sector represents an extraordinary opportunity to deploy solar energy, but has experienced relatively slow growth due to a wide range of complexities in ownership structure, creditworthiness of the end-consumer, and other issues. The Solar Energy Industries Association (SEIA) and an array of industry experts - convened as the SEIA Finance Initiative and its Commercial Real Estate working group - investigated the opportunity, associated barriers, and potential solutions of this underserved market.
ABC's first-ever "Longevity Awards" dominated by DVO
After the formal adoption of the National Association of Regulatory Utility Commissioners (NARUC) manual, Distributed Energy Resources Rate Design and Compensation, the solar industry and advocates released the following responses:
The 30MW project, to be created off the Isle of Wight, will allow long-term operation of SCHOTTEL HYDRO and TOCARDO turbine arrays, simultaneously optimising their performance and delivering reliable electricity to the grid. PTEC is also expected to create and safeguard hundreds of jobs and attract significant investment into the local economy, building on the success of the existing British marine and offshore wind sectors.
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EDF Renewables offers the same innovative solutions that maximize the performance of our own 5.2 GW of installed projects. Because we're not an equipment manufacturer, our recommendations are transparent and data-driven. We cover the entire project lifecycle: from pre-commissioning support, through warranty and post warranty operation, to late stage and decommissioning.