The value of solar power is being debated across the country by regulators, utility companies, and solar energy providers as distributed generation is increasing. This Energy and Policy Institute series consists of four separate reports summarizing recent developments, while providing recommendations for policy makers.
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The study aims to alert institutional investors to the risks of investing in projects which depend on sustained high prices to make a return, and that are as a result exposed to a future double hit of falling oil prices and growing climate regulation in an increasingly carbon-constrained world.
This product innovation provides benefits of module-level monitoring while avoiding all the complication, costs and disadvantages of existing module-level products.
These videos feature the stories of those who are working to construct the plant, the perspective of the residents of Tonopah (where the project is located), as well as an explanation of the technology of this revolutionary solar plant.
With constant innovations hitting the frontiers of solar power research, two recent studies provide a glimpse of new opportunities in way we are harnessing this source of energy.
China has bet on solar energy as a cleaner alternative to coal, but whether installed solar panels can meet the country's need for energy is becoming a troubling question. China had installed nearly 19.5 gigawatts of solar panels as of the end of 2013. However, "many solar installations failed to generate as much electricity as planned," said Ji Zhenshuang, deputy director at the Beijing-based China General Certification Center, which examined 472 Chinese solar projects over the past four years. Ji would not specify the percentage but said the figure is not small. The solar projects his company examined include those under Golden Sun, a government-led program that was introduced in 2009 to demonstrate the use of solar energy, as well as utility-scale solar farms run by Chinese energy giants. Although China in recent years has surpassed many countries in adopting solar technology, in a move to help Chinese factories survive tougher export markets and to cut the country's dangerous reliance on coal, there is little public information available on how well the Chinese solar projects function. However, some experts did not seem surprised by Ji's findings. Cont'd..
GEM Energy, one of the Rudolph/Libbe Companies, is ranked 28th among Solar Power World's Top 50 Solar Developers, 70th among the magazine's Top 100 Commercial Solar Contractors, and 154th on the magazine's list of Top 400 Solar Contractors for 2014.
Wireless solar street and parking lot lights use zero energy, qualify for Investment Tax Credit.
Developing & Delivering Geothermal Power Projects, Singapore, Monday 01st - Wednesday 03rd September 2014
Watershed Geosynthetics, Closure Turf™ Assists Hartford Landfill Transform into a Model of Renewable Energy Innovation
ClosureTurf™ Landfill Cover Creates Unique Platform for Solar Panels
Ford and DTE Energy work together to build Michigan's largest solar array, second largest solar carport in the Midwest ----The project, funded by DTE Energy, will provide 360 covered parking spaces and facilitate for 30 charging stations for plug-in electric vehicles at Ford World Headquarters in Dearborn ----Carport expected to generate 1.13 million kilowatt-hours annually – enough energy to power 158 average-sized homes for a year
Shared vision of clean energy empowering the modern mobile lifestyle for everybody
GE Grid Resiliency Survey Reveals Utility Consumer Trends and Expectations ---- Smart Phones and Digital Communications Shaping How Consumers Interact with Utilities ----Consumers Expect Power Providers to Deliver Electricity with Environmental, Economic and Reliability Benefits
The combined production of 400 million kWh is enough clean energy to power over 100,000 average Danish households for one year.
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