Photovoltaic installers expect the installation of charging stations to become increasingly important in their field of business

More than 80 percent of the installers surveyed offer photovoltaic systems in addition to charging stations for electric cars, and around 10 percent even identify primarily as solar installers.

What the Renewables Industry Needs to Learn From Coal and Oil About Worker Safety

Green power installation and expansion are happening faster than standards and instruction recommendations can keep up.

Avangrid Pilots Mobile Robot Dog to Advance Substation Inspections with Artificial Intelligence

Company collaborating with Levatas and Boston Dynamics to launch pilot project. Among utility industry's pioneers using artificial intelligence to detect and analyze substation equipment

Three Domestic Energy Storage Supply Chain Trends for 2024

What are the latest supply chain trends? Energy storage manufacturers are building domestic supply chains and experimenting with new materials to bring about the future of clean energy.

Chung-Ang University Team Achieves High-Safety Ultra-Fast Charging for Lithium Batteries

Scientists have introduced innovations in electrolyte design to address safety concerns and improve the charging rates of lithium-ion batteries, which are widely utilized in electric vehicles.

IDTechEx Asks When and Why Long Duration Energy Storage Technology Is Needed

As the volume of variable renewable energy (VRE) sources penetrating electricity grids increases globally, so does the need to manage the increasing uncertainty and variability in electricity supply.

NMR spectroscopy facilitates advancement in solar energy cells

Combining DNP with MAS will allow further expansion of the capabilities of solid-state NMR, uncovering discoveries for optoelectronic applications. Ultimately, longer lasting solar cells will allow us to make better use of solar energy.

Bayer Unveils Groundbreaking Solar Energy Projects at Sites in New Jersey and California

A new solar array installation at Bayer's vegetable research and development site in Woodland, CA will provide 70% of the site's electrical energy demand.

Huawei Unveils 2024's Top 10 FusionSolar Trends to Propel PV as a Main Energy Source

The analysis focused on one core trend, five key features, and four fundamental technologies, providing invaluable insights into the high-quality development of the PV industry. His presentation concluded with the release of the white paper.

AI's role in making good on the Global Cooling Pledge

As global temperatures climb, so does our demand for cooling, exacerbating the problem it seeks to solve and presenting a particularly thorny challenge that requires a unified global effort to overcome.

Study: Robots and AI Offer Significant Carbon Emissions Reductions by Operating Centuries Old Industries Better

By incorporating better use of data into some of the world's most carbon-dependent industries, the study found the equivalent of up to 18% of U.S. emissions could be eliminated by better operation.

DOOMSDAY CLOCK REMAINS AT 90 SECONDS TO MIDNIGHT

"Make No Mistake": Clock Freeze No Indicator of Stability; Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists Cites Wars, Multi-Dimensional Nuclear Threats, Failures to Address the Climate Crisis, Bio-Threats, and Artificial Intelligence.

IDTechEx Reports on Hydrogen's Decade Ahead: Energizing the Future

A cohesive value chain is essential for realizing hydrogen's potential, encompassing low-carbon hydrogen production, storage, and distribution infrastructure, which align with end-user demand.

World's most advanced battery energy storage system comes online, speeding Hawaii's transition to 100% renewable energy

The KES battery project, located on 8 acres of industrial land on the southwest side of Oahu near Honolulu, uses 158 Tesla Megapack 2 XL lithium iron phosphate batteries, each roughly the size of a shipping container.

Qcells approved design: solar+storage solution for renowned Italian winemaker,

A 40 kW Qcells solar array, installed at Quintodecimo's family-run vineyard in Southern Italy, is supported by a 48 kWh onsite battery storage system that provides a round-the-clock backup solution to ensure a smooth and uninterrupted wine-making process.

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