The program is primarily in concert with five leading funding sources, two of which are large utility backed power generation companies and the other three of which are leading IPPs.
Polysilicon prices had a moderate decline this week. As polysilicon buyers have already prepared enough inventories for the installation raft in June, they had no immediate rush for procurement at this moment. Instead, they tend to take a defensive stance as they anticipated a price downturn in the near future. Suppliers have started to slightly lower the prices amid dimmer outlook in late June. Overseas market remained bearish due to limited utilization rates of downstream wafer suppliers. With low utilization rates, wafer producers did not show interest in further purchase and hesitate to procure considering current prices were too high.
InnoEnergy-backed HySiLabs, the on-demand hydrogen solutions venture, has appointed Jean-Paul Reich, Chief Scientific Officer (CSO) at ENGIE, the global electricity, natural gas and energy services operator, as an advisory board member. Reich joins the board at a crucial time ahead of HySiLabs' €2M funding round in summer to support its technology development for industry.
BioSolar Signs a Joint Development Agreement with Leading Lithium-Ion Battery Manufacturer Joint engineering efforts with Top Battery will focus on developing electrodes, cells, and batteries utilizing the Company's low cost silicon alloy nanocomposite
BioSolar, a developer of breakthrough energy storage technology and materials, today announced that the Company has executed a joint development agreement with Top Battery Co., Ltd. ("Top Battery"), a leading manufacturer of advanced lithium-ion battery solutions, based in the Republic of Korea.
The Harbor Smart Battery provides clean energy storage with revolutionary simplicity and automated performance.
Solar Industry Expects Loss of 88,000 Jobs in U.S. Next Year if Government Rules in Company's Favor in Trade Case
Manufacturing jobs would fall despite claim; biggest losses seen in California, S.C. and Texas
The Innovation Incubator (IN2) is now a $30 million program supporting a technology incubator and provides a platform to support early-stage clean tech startup companies to overcome market gaps by providing access to both technical assistance and project support funding.
This year's forecast from BNEF sees solar energy costs dropping a further 66% by 2040, and onshore wind by 47%, with renewables undercutting the majority of existing fossil power stations by 2030
David J. Unger for Midwest Energy News: Batteries - whether they're powering a smartphone or storing energy on the grid - take a beating.
Voting now open for the most innovative energy storage projects in North America
Technology startup Q Factory 33's B3 Bypass is a renewable energy connectivity device that enhances yield while substantially cutting the cost of installation for residential consumers and small businesses
Ballard Power Systems today announced that the company's subsidiary, Protonex, has received an initial order for its fuel cell propulsion system, together with design services, from FlyH2 Aerospace ("FlyH2"; www.flyh2.com), a South African-based developer of hydrogen fuel cell powered unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) for commercial applications. For competitive reasons, commercial details of this order are confidential.
The two states are leading efforts to tackle greater use of what are called distributed energy resources, which create electricity locally that can be utilized within the grid's distribution circuits without need for delivery over large transmission lines.
Perhaps one of the primary reasons for district heating systems not being as efficient as they should be is due to a lack of access to data. Effectively, designers specify systems without using any operational data to help inform their decisions.
Biofuels International: Dubois argued that biofuels should be seen as a tool for responsible investment in agriculture and rural development.
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