The Clearwater Mall in the South African Strubens Valley powers itself using solar energy from its own rooftop PV plant.
Mini PL SPEC Pak connectors are touch safe on both sides and feature a latching shell.
Installation of photovoltaic solar panels on a commercial building
Fronius Service Provider Solar Installer Available Training Dates
Experienced Clean Energy Leader Expanding to DCE Solar
U.S. pellet manufacturer chooses ORC for new biomass power system in New England Turboden will provide an 8 MW unit to Maine Woods Pellet Company to be installed in Athens (ME).
PROINSO supplied SMA inverters and SMA Fuel Save Controllers for the hybrid system located in St Lucy, Barbados. The installation will help reduce diesel consumption by 60,000L/year representing 16 % of the total annual fuel consumption.ē
Head of Renewables at property consultancy Bidwells, Gordon Stewart, has warned that growth in renewable energy developments should not be allowed to slip as energy prices are slashed.
Fuel cells deliver efficient and reliable power, while lowering emissions
As the wind whipped off the East River Wednesday morning, Sims Municipal Recycling officially launched the city's tallest and only commercial-scale wind turbine, at its recycling center in Sunset Park, Brooklyn. The 160-foot-tall turbine has the capacity to produce 100 kilowatts, or 4 percent of Sims' power needs. Built by Northern Power Systems, the turbine cost roughly $750,000. Tom Outerbridge, Sims' general manager for recycling, said he hoped the turbine would be the first of many for the city. "On a practical level, it's offsetting our electricity costs," he said during an event to christen the turbine. "For the city, I like to think it's important that it's trying to break new ground and start to carve a path for wind projects to take off." The project took roughly four years to complete, mainly because of permitting. New York State Energy and Research Development kicked in about $130,000 as part of a statewide incentive program.
Upon its completion in the second quarter of 2015, the project will generate approximately 28 million kilowatt-hours (kWh) of electricity annually
The University of Toronto's TalentEdge research program, managed on behalf of the Government of Ontario, represents a joint collaboration between the city and university.
Company to deploy online platform to support local investment in China PV projects
AEROVIRONMENT'S NEW TURBODOCK WORKPLACE AND COMMERCIAL EV CHARGING STATION PUTS CONTROL IN THE PALM OF DRIVERS' HANDS WITH SMARTPHONE APP
Gives drivers ability to access charging stations through their smartphone ----Easy to use, convenient, cost-effective and secure ----Packed with features specially designed to solve commercial and workplace EV charging challenges, including recharging EVs on a typical commute in less than four hours at Level 2 (16 Amps/240 Volts) ----Configurable, modular design offers maximum flexibility
A top ESI executive projects and defines what he believes will be the mainstream solar & alternative energy influences of 2015.
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