Tiger Group and Aaron Equipment conducting bid offering for unique processing and sustainable biomass energy facility
Boosting Appeal Against Conventional Solutions
Statistics mark 2014 International Women's Day
THE GROUP PRESENTS ITS FULL RANGE OF PRODUCTS FOR THE WIND POWER INDUSTRY, INCLUDING PRYCAM FOR WIRELESS MONITORING AND DIAGNOSTICS OF ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS. ---- PRYSMIAN TO HOLD TECHNICAL SEMINAR ABOUT INNOVATIVE P-LASER TECHNOLOGY FOR POWER TRANSMISSION AND DISTRIBUTION CABLES WITH SPECIFIC APPLICATION IN THE RENEWABLE SECTOR.
Hotel room reservations can now be made for the geothermal event of the year in Portland, Oregon, September 29 – October 2.
At the European Wind Energy Association's annual conference, GE) announced its 2.75-120 wind turbine, a smarter, more powerful turbine. Part of GE's brilliant wind platform, the 2.75-120 provides 5 percent more annual energy production than GE's 2.5-120 model and is available with various tower technologies, ranging between 85-139 meters, and optional energy storage. "As we accelerate our platform's growth in Europe, we will continue to invest in technology such as the 2.75-120's flexible tower and other energy storage options, making GE's wind turbines more customizable for developers and operators," said Cliff Harris, general manager of GE's renewable energy business in Europe. The 2.75-120 is available on a steel, hybrid or space frame tower, helping to tailor the turbine for unique site conditions and bring wind power to new places across the continent. The range of tower height spans 85-139 meters tall. Short-term or long-term energy storage is available with the 2.75-120, making wind power more predictable, flexible and fast responding through battery software applications. Short-term storage is integrated at the turbine level and long-term storage is centralized for the wind farm. These options further customize GE's offering based on-site or operator needs.
Jassim Alhor, Lead Specialist Engineer (EES) - Technical Services at Qatar Petroleum will present at the 4th Annual Global Pipeline Integrity Summit.
The times they are a'changing. Increased crime rates in metropolitan centers as well as more rural communities is fostering a drastic increase in city budget spending, and the cost of maintenance on infrastructure isn't letting up.
Without a doubt, wind power is taking the lead as not only a renewable energy with a much lessened environmental impact, but it is also edging out the competition from fossil fuels with the distinct ability to lessen the impact on the wallet.
Kathy Parker, CPA, MST, a partner at Rodman & Rodman CPAs, was a speaker at "Banker & Tradesman's Renewable Energy Real Estate Conference" in Boston. Ms. Parker, an active leader in the firm's Renewable Energy and Cleantech specialty practice, explained renewable energy project tax incentives.
Renewable energy is developing towards a recipe for success ,in Eroupe, the USA and Asia.As an example,
Intertek testing confirms that UGE's VisionAIR turbine is twice as efficient as several of its competitors.
Continuing its explosive growth, the U.S. solar industry had a record-shattering year in 2013. According to GTM Research and the Solar Energy Industries Association's (SEIA) Solar Market Insight Year in Review 2013, photovoltaic (PV) installations continued to proliferate, increasing 41percent over 2012 to reach 4,751 megawatts (MW). In addition, 410 MW of concentrating solar power (CSP) came online. Solar was the second-largest source of new electricity generating capacity in the U.S., exceeded only by natural gas. Additionally, the cost to install solar fell throughout the year, ending the year 15 percent below the mark set at the end of 2012. At the end of 2013 there were more than 440,000 operating solar electric systems in the U.S. totaling over 12,000 MW of PV and 918 MW of CSP. The U.S. installed 2,106 megawatts in the fourth quarter alone, 44 percent of the annual total. This makes Q4 2013 by far the largest quarter in the history of the U.S. market, exceeding the next largest quarter by 60 percent. Cont'd
The new pilot CDP Training, delivered by ISOS Group, will launch across the US following CDP's 8th Annual Spring Workshop on March 17th and will be held in San Diego, San Francisco, Seattle and NYC. The goal of the training is to direct corporations towards achieving higher in annual CDP responses
SunEdison and the SunEdison Foundation contribute $1.2 million toward the expansion of the solar industry talent base
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