News that the fifteenth show in the annual All-Energy series of exhibitions and conferences is to be held in Glasgow, and which opens nine months today, has been met with enthusiasm, resulting in half of the available space being reserved or booked by exhibitors from nine countries.
After 14 highly successful years in Aberdeen, 2015 sees the UK's largest renewable energy event move to a new home in Glasgow. Like Aberdeen, Glasgow understands and appreciates the strategic importance of renewable energy and is rapidly emerging as a leading international renewables hub.
Elster handpicked by ASDA to enhance visibility of energy use across its stores
Biomass feedstock industry leader makes Biofuels Digest's 2014-15 list of the hottest small companies in the advanced bioeconomy for the first time
Company Expands Scope of its GenKey Product to Stationary Fuel Cell Applications Using ReliOn Fuel Cells
96 megawatt solar photovoltaic (PV) project helps power the South African electric grid with renewable energy, creates jobs, and investment
SMA ReadyRack™ Meets UL and NEC 690.12 Rapid Shutdown Requirements
Climate-conscious Americans have long glanced enviously across the Pacific to China and its ever-growing number of often-gargantuan wind farms. It turns out that they have less to be jealous about than previously thought: The United States has more wind energy powering its grid than any other country in the world, says a report by EDF Renewable Energy, the largest third-party provider of operations and maintenance for wind renewable-energy projects in the country. Though China has more megawatts of wind turbines installed than the U.S—about 90,000 to America's 60,000—the U.S. actually produces more electricity that is delivered to the grid, which in turn reaches more businesses and homes. And while China's wind industry delivered less than 138 billion kilowatt-hours in 2013, the U.S.'s delivered more than 167 billion. That's 20 percent more than China. And the U.S.'s generation has been growing steadily since 2008, when it first overtook Germany to become the world's No. 1 producer.
some traders think the polysilicon price shall turn a downtrend soon so as to clear the inventories out in the competitive prices. when China traditional slow season is approaching, Chinese suppliers are adjusting their price down for securing the future orders.
Mecasolar is to supply a solar tracker whose energy will go to the auxiliary equipment of a small hydro in the municipality of Jaguari, Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil. The research team, led by DRESSER-RAND GUASCOR, includes members from Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina (Florianópolis, Brazil).
Leading international distributor Albasolar has added APS microinverters to their select PV product line in the U.S., Spain and Portugal markets. Introduction of APS equipment to other European and Latin American solar markets through Albasolar channels will follow.
Waverley School in Enfield has installed a new-generation Priva Blue ID BMS technology, which has unlocked significant environmental and financial savings.
BG Energy Solutions has helped more than 70 cinemas in the Vue multiplex chain achieve energy savings in excess of 20%.
The world is searching for higher energy sites for solar and wind power systems. Bourne Energy has found another way – find a potential energy site where it can harness more than one of the established renewable energies using its new solar-hydro hybrid generator.
With financing secured First Wind places order with Vestas for 100 V100-2.0 MW turbines for the South Plains Wind project in Floyd County, Texas
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