Global leaders from automotive, military, grid, and stationary storage industries to convene in Detroit, MI (USA) on 28-29 May, 2014 to discuss market sizing and commercial prospects, technical challenges, and recent advances in batteries and other alternative energy storage technologies
The JOBS Act of 2012 Opens Up New Frontier For Green Energy Funding
JinkoSolar to supply 37.2MW PV Solar Panels to EDP Renovaveis for Lone Valley Solar Park in the U.S.
JinkoSolar will provide approximately 120,000 high-efficiency solar panels for the construction of both the Lone Valley Solar Park I (12.4MW DC) and Lone Valley Solar Park II (24.8MW DC) projects, in Lucerne Valley, California.
Produces 1 kW of electrical power during solar operation
In addition to a line-up of new 1-phase and 3-phase inverters, KACO new energy is also exhibiting highly integrated system solutions for grid-tie and off-grid energy supply.
Watch this new Energy 101 video to learn more about how fuel cell electric vehicles work.
San Diego State University Just Got a Little Greener
Australian Renewable Energy Agency has provided a $66.5 million grant to help the company build and deploy a planned wave power station.
FuelCell Energy Announces Highly Efficient and Environmentally Friendly Fuel Cell Power Plant Installation at the University of Bridgeport
Will supply approximately 80 percent of the campus power needs.
Makes it Possible for Las Vegas Area Homeowners to Install Solar Panels for Free and Pay as Little as $30 Per Month for Solar Electricity
Biomass supply-chain innovator improves switchgrass harvesting techniques and quality during 2013-14 harvest season
Lack of clear policy framework for sustainable biofuels sees UK lose out as investments and jobs go overseas
The Geothermal Resources Council will present a two-day course in Jakarta before the 2nd Indonesia International Geothermal Conference and Exhibition.
Innovative finance company measures community solar impact using Enphase's Enlighten platform
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Many 1.5 MW wind turbines use traditional open-loop water/glycol cooling systems. Regular water evaporation in the reservoir elevates the mixture's viscosity, prohibiting cooling of the IGBT and associated critical controls, causing the wind turbine to overheat unless serviced, which in turn means turbine downtime and high maintenance costs. Parker's KleenVent Coolant Evaporation Inhibitor (KV-CEI) is a simple add-on to the legacy cooling system, that eliminates water evaporation in the coolant solution and stops the ingress of airborne contaminants, by enclosing the cooling loop. The KVCEI also removes the need for continuous coolant monitoring during the warm season. Traditional maintenance calls to replenish or rebalance the fluids, take the wind turbine and transformer offline, resulting in significant downtime and revenue loss. Parker's cooling system solution optimizes wind turbine uptime and revenue, reduces maintenance costs and increases overall efficiencies. For more details on the KleenVent solution, see: solutions.parker.com/AWEA2018 or visit booth #4244 at AWEA Windpower May 7-10 in Chicago