This patent was awarded for the Steffes "GETS" Dynamic Dispatch™ energy storage system which provides utilities with second-to-second precision control (0 to 100% charging) of fleets of specially instrumented water heaters and appliances.
The 40 MW project will be located in the Valparaiso region of Puchuncavi, an industry zone of Chile.
This is the second of four planned solar projects being acquired by BluEarth from Canadian Solar, totalling 38.5 MW AC.
6th Annual Event in Atlanta Offers Broad Solar Policy Overview
Innovative Solar Systems, LLC is partnering up with renewable energy equity groups for financing and final construction on the company's flagship solar energy plant to be built in Bladen County.
Solar Array Will Maximize the Renewable Resources at 333 Brannan St. Location in Downtown San Francisco
Intersolar India and accompanying Intersolar India Conference take place under one roof for the first time
Developer Radius Technology honored by the Clean Energy Council for project featuring smart modules from Upsolar
Guelph Hydro's Free Digital Photo Frame Displays Real-Time Energy Usage Along With Personal Photographs
CEIVA home energy management system will help Guelph Hydro customers reduce their energy bills
San Diego-based Baker Electric Solar ranked #91 on Solar Power World magazine's 2014 Top 400 Solar Contractors in North America list, and it also ranked #22 on the Top 100 Residential list, #26 in the Top 100 California Contractor list and #47 in Top EPCs list.
Caltech's Resnick Sustainability Institute has announced that nominations are open for the 2015 Resonate Awards (http://resnick.caltech.edu/awards-nomination.php). The awards are designed to bring attention to unheralded innovators with provocative ideas that contribute to long term sustainability.
The solar industry is bracing for a global drought in photovoltaic panels after a series of high supply years that pushed prices to all-time lows and encouraged installations. Solar panel adoption is supposed to increase as much as 29% this year, which has top manufacturers and installers anticipating a drop in availability of panels. This would be the first such shortage since 2006 when the nascent solar energy industry was just taking hold, reported Bloomberg News. Eight years ago, only about 1.5 gigawatts of solar energy capacity was installed. This year as much as 52 gigawatts is expected to be hooked up and another 61 gigawatts in 2015, according to estimates by Bloomberg New Energy Finance. That is compared with about 70 gigawatts of production capacity currently available, though that estimate could be high since some manufacturers’ equipment is out of date or obsolete. The shrinking supply could hinder the growing rooftop solar panel industry. The scarce supplies often get routed to larger-scale utility projects and leave the residential side with limited availability.
The expansion of renewable energy and distributed energy production is also driving the development of stationary battery energy storage systems. TÜV SÜD's new Renewable Energy Storage Systems (RESS) certificate enables stakeholders to demonstrate the safety and performance of these systems.
argeted Rail Sizes Enable More Cost-Effective Solar Array Design & Installation
In light of the inaugural Beijing Formula E Grand Prix, scheduled for September 13, 2014, Bryan Solstin at Solstin.org comments on industry trends, saying Formula 1 and Formula E are paving the way for the next-generation supercar. Solstin says emerging supercapacitors and high-power wireless will be the next generation supercar.
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