TrendFroce: PV Shifts its Focus to China and Battle over Domestic Demand About to Begin in 2014

Due to the EU-China trade wars and the rising of Asian markets, PV manufacutrers have started to re-adjust their strategic plans.

Innotech Solar achieves higher solar power yields thanks to positive sorting and power optimizers or micro-inverters

Plant constructed in Croatia

Green For Go: An Electric Atmosphere As Industry Specialists Gather From Around the Globe

The Battery Show and Electric & Hybrid Technology Expo open today for three days, September 17-19.

Baker Electric Inc. and Baker Electric Solar Make Top 250 Solar Contractors List

Baker Electric Inc. and Baker Electric Solar are pleased to be ranked #45 and #112 respectively on the Solar Power World 2013 Top 250 Solar Contractors list.

Apricus To Exhibit at Solar Power International

Apricus will be exhibiting at booth 3840 at Solar Power International.

Tidal project consent drives forward industry

MeyGen Ltd. has been awarded consent by Marine Scotland for an 86MW tidal energy project in the Pentland Firth. The largest tidal stream energy project in Europe to receive consent, it constitutes the first phase of a site that has the potential to yield up to 398MW.

Photoflow is solar power and rainwater harvesting in one

A design company called NOS has developed a solution to two major problems facing developing countries: scarcity of drinking water and electricity. The concept is called the PhotoFlow, a combination solar photovoltaic device and rainwater harvester. NOS says, "Most of the developing countries are located near the equator, receiving more sunlight and rainfall than most other countries on the planet. Despite this abundance, a large number of people living in these countries suffer from a lack of electricity and potable drinking water. Building upon the designs of some existing rooftop water containers, we have created a simple device to collect both of these precious natural resources to meet the need for both electricity and drinking water." The PhotoFlow is made up of eight identical triangular photovoltaic panels that are mounted on a 400-liter recycled polyethylene water tank. The panels form an octagon with a slope of 3 degrees that allows water to funnel into the central filter and be collected into the tank. To keep the water potable once it's collected, the inner layer of the tank is covered with a coating that controls levels of bacteria and fungi.

Lucintel Anticipates APAC to Remain the Leader in Global Lithium-ion Battery Market over 2013-2018

The global lithium-ion battery industry is expected to reach $24.2 billion by 2018. APAC is expected to be the leading region in terms of lithium-ion battery consumption for automotive industry during 2013-2018.

Lucintel Projects Global Lithium-ion Battery to Witness Robust Growth during 2013-2018

The global lithium-ion batterymarket is expected to experience strong growth and reach $24.2 billion by 2018.

NextEnergy and the Michigan Economic Development Corporation initiate over 100 international business connections during The Battery Show in Novi this week

September 17-19 at the Suburban Collection Showplace in Novi

SolarWorld power projects group deploys 1.1-MW solar array at Bay Area water treatment plant

SolarWorld system to save millions for two Northern California cities over two decades

Online application tools aid product selection

Eases your way to a complete vacuum system solution

Yingli Solidifies Dominance in Global Solar Module Market

"Yingli in the first half of 2013 benefited from strong growth in demand in China"

FROM ALBERT EINSTEIN TO A SOLAR CITY

22 FACTS ABOUT THE WORLD ENERGY CONGRESS 2013

CAPE FEAR SOLAR SYSTEMS HOSTS NATIONAL SOLAR TOUR IN WILMINGTON, NC TO HELP CITIZENS CUT ENERGY COSTS AND IMPROVE PROPERTY VALUES

Neighbors Band Together to Create Word's Largest Grassroots Solar Event

Records 9901 to 9915 of 23797

First | Previous | Next | Last

Solar & Wind - Featured Product

Easy monitoring with weather sensors from Lufft

Easy monitoring with weather sensors from Lufft

Professional weather sensors form the heart of large solar plants supporting their operation and performance. Lufft was the first manufacturer to combine several sensors in one housing, bringing the largest multiparameter weather sensor family with 19 members into being. Many of them are well-suited for solar site assessment and continuous monitoring. The most commonly used one is the WS600 delivering data on temperature, air pressure, wind, relative humidity and precipitation. Through its open protocol, it can easily be attached to radiation sensors e.g. from Kipp&Zonen. Other models have an integrated Silicon, Second Class or Secondary Standard radiation sensor.