QP confirms quality and safety of green gas for the grid
Principal Solar Institute Webinar: Retired Brig. Gen. Becky Halstead Discusses Effective Strategies for Leaders in Every Sector of the Energy Market
"Leading Change in the Energy Industry"
The electrical energy storage (ees) AWARD 2014
The Solar Park in Freetown, with a capacity of 6 MW, will be one of West Africa's largest solar parks
Solar mounting system manufacturer promotes current General Manager of Schletter Canada to U.S. Vice President of Sales
Orion is in a select group of Xcel Energy Trade Partners who achieved exceptional energy efficiency.
Distributed Energy Groups Join Forces to Accelerate Cost-Effective Energy Storage
A new $2 million funding program from the Department of Energy is expected to add – yes, add – yet another 1,800 gigawatts of wind power to the already formidable wind resources of the US. That’s something to keep in mind as the Keystone XL tar sands oil pipeline review process heats up. The idea behind the new taller wind turbine program is to give the US wind industry an assist in developing taller wind turbines, with hub heights ranging from 120 meters up to 140 meters. That’s a big step up from existing technology, which currently goes to the 80-100 meter range, with the average at about 90 meters. As for why a taller wind tower, upper level winds tend to be stronger and steadier. With taller wind turbines, the new program is also expected to open up an additional 237,000 square miles of wind-friendly areas for wind power potential, which is about the size of Texas (the image above compares the area change in square kilometers between the hub height of 96 and that of 140). The areas of the US most likely to benefit from the improved wind technology are mainly located in the Southeast, where alternative energy is starting to find a friendly reception despite pushback by certain legislators from those states.
1st professional meeting focusing on gensets to be held in Madrid on 11 February
The article includes L'Anse Warden Electric Company's usage of the unique Hendrix Wire & Cable Spacer Cable system to power an above ground pipeline that pumps material from an access point along a major highway to a plant. The distribution wiring solution required clearances that allowed employees to conduct maintenance activities on the pipeline. Along with a standard spacer cable system, an underground residential distribution (URD) cable, gave the company ensured worker safety while providing the means to use existing poles, saving overall costs.
A premier provider of high-quality underground power distribution products, Hendrix announces its DUAL BLOCK product. This offering provides a dual water blocking capability on Hendrix primary, underground cable, helping prevent premature failure caused by water entering the cable core. DUAL BLOCK is an option for all stranded conductor, Hendrix cables.
A premier provider of high-quality overhead and underground power distribution products, Hendrix announces pleased to introduce its Cradle-to-Cradle recycling program for the return and recycling HPI Polyethylene Insulators Products, constructed using #2 recyclable plastic. Familiar household products that are made from High Density Polyethylene (HDPE) are items such as milk, juice or water containers, liquid detergent bottles as well as margarine and yogurt tubs.
YANMAR America Corporation was recently recognized by the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Combined Heat and Power (CHP) Partnership for its achievement in reducing carbon pollution through CHP.
Lincoln International's Renewable Energy Group is pleased to present the latest Q4 2013 Solar Energy Stock Index Report, which tracks relevant solar company metrics in this growing industry.
To be on the safe side, the development of alternative energy sources could keep the actuality of long term global warming from happening.
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