RESOURCES


home.aspx
   
Are Solar PV Panels Worthwhile in 2019? ARE SOLAR PV PANELS WORTHWHILE IN 2019?

infographic

Nov 13, 2019

Since 2010, electricity generation from renewable sources - such as solar, wind and heat pumps - has more than quadrupled. This year we have also seen renewable electricity production in the UK overtake fossil fuel electricity production for the first time as its share in the production mix reached ...

Read More

PROGRESS TOWARD 100% CLEAN ENERGY PROGRESS TOWARD 100% CLEAN ENERGY

whitepaper

Nov 13, 2019

DESPITE FEDERAL POLICY DESIGNED TO PROMOTE FOSSIL FUELS, A RENEWABLE ENERGY TRANSITION IS UNDERWAY, LED BY COMMUNITIES AND STATES THROUGHOUT THE U.S. A growing number of cities are choosing to transition to 100% clean energy – and dozens have already hit that target – while the list of states commit...

Read More

Enel Green Power ENEL GREEN POWER'S NEW SOLAR PROJECT IN TEXAS

video

Nov 12, 2019

Enel Green Power has almost finished the construction of Roadrunner, the new solar project in Texas, USA. Once the work is completed, it will be our largest solar park in the area: composed of about 1.2 million bifacial solar panels, it will provide even more green energy for local and national comp...

Read More

Here’s where we should put our renewables to get the biggest carbon benefit HERE’S WHERE WE SHOULD PUT OUR RENEWABLES TO GET THE BIGGEST CARBON BENEFIT

blog article

Nov 12, 2019

There’s no doubt that the world needs more renewable energy infrastructure. Clean energy options like solar panels and wind turbines help both the environment, by reducing carbon emissions, and our personal health, by decreasing harmful air pollution. But with limited financial resources to invest i...

Read More

Tracking Progress on 100% Clean Energy Targets TRACKING PROGRESS ON 100% CLEAN ENERGY TARGETS

blog article

Nov 12, 2019

A transition toward 100 percent clean electricity is underway in the United States, led by cities and states across the country. “An enormous amount of authority still rests with the states for determining your energy future. So we can build these policies that will become a postcard from the future...

Read More

Why Smaller Might Be Better for Concentrated Solar Power WHY SMALLER MIGHT BE BETTER FOR CONCENTRATED SOLAR POWER

blog article

Nov 11, 2019

Despite its big potential, concentrated solar power remains one of the most expensive mainstream options for generating renewable power. Rather than trying to catch up through technological breakthroughs, however, the CSP industry should turn to lower-hanging fruit. That's the view of Luis Crespo, p...

Read More

Is green power a practical energy alternative? IS GREEN POWER A PRACTICAL ENERGY ALTERNATIVE?

blog article

Nov 11, 2019

Sunlight is free, right? But by taking a closer look, using solar energy to generate electricity remains expensive when the costs of purchasing and maintaining solar panels are considered. Add in the cost of purchasing batteries to store and the dollars invested increase. While the drive toward gre...

Read More

DOE Announces $128 million Plan to Boost Solar DOE ANNOUNCES $128 MILLION PLAN TO BOOST SOLAR

video

Nov 08, 2019

The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) recently announced plans to spend $128 million in new projects to advance solar technologies. The funding will go toward 75 research projects that are expected to cut solar costs while simultaneously increasing manufacturing and making solar energy systems better ...

Read More

Solar transportation: 4 solar vehicles that are making waves SOLAR TRANSPORTATION: 4 SOLAR VEHICLES THAT ARE MAKING WAVES

blog article

Nov 08, 2019

Interest in solar energy is huge right now, and companies across various industries not just energy are rushing to capitalize on it. This explosion of interest is especially evident in solar transport and as a result, we are currently seeing the introduction of ultra-modern solar vehicles. This blog...

Read More

What Trends are Dominating the Renewable Energy Market in the Final Months of 2019? WHAT TRENDS ARE DOMINATING THE RENEWABLE ENERGY MARKET IN THE FINAL MONTHS OF 2019?

blog article

Nov 05, 2019

Renewable energy is becoming a mainstream energy form and a preferred source driven by several market trends. The 3 key elements bringing this about and allowing solar and wind to compete with the more conventional sources on an equal footing are parity, integration and technology. Grid parity happe...

Read More

How Much Do Solar Panels Cost in California? HOW MUCH DO SOLAR PANELS COST IN CALIFORNIA?

blog article

Nov 05, 2019

How Much Do Solar Panels Cost in California? California has the largest population and economy in the United States. It is well known for its abundance of year-round sunshine and its high solar energy consumption rate.1 Unfortunately, the state is also known for having high electricity rates. Throug...

Read More

ENERGIZE Largest Industrial Solar Power Plant 2019 ENERGIZE LARGEST INDUSTRIAL SOLAR POWER PLANT 2019

video

Nov 03, 2019

Largest industrial solar power plant built in Serbia in 2019 by company Energize LLC Belgrade, for energy savings and increasing energy efficiency of the object

Read More

A Complete Overview of Bifacial Solar Panels: What You Should Know A COMPLETE OVERVIEW OF BIFACIAL SOLAR PANELS: WHAT YOU SHOULD KNOW

blog article

Nov 02, 2019

With the limited natural resources present on earth, we have now discovered many ways to produce electricity without burning out these resources. From HEP dams to windmills, there are many alternative methods or renewable sources available for power production today. One of these ways is using bifac...

Read More

How nuclear power will drive our energy future HOW NUCLEAR POWER WILL DRIVE OUR ENERGY FUTURE

blog article

Nov 02, 2019

Think of nuclear power and you may imagine the worst — atomic bombs, reactors melting down and radioactive waste. But while its history is checkered, nuclear energy mostly operates out of sight, generating about 10% of the world’s total electricity and 29% of the world’s low-carbon power. Nuclear r...

Read More

Can Wind Power Provide More Electricity than the World Needs? CAN WIND POWER PROVIDE MORE ELECTRICITY THAN THE WORLD NEEDS?

blog article

Nov 01, 2019

The International Energy Agency (IEA) predicts that power supplies from turbines are set to be the next great energy revolution. Although wind power only accounts for 0.3% of the world’s energy currently it is thought that as costs fall and green policies rise that it will grow into a trillion-dolla...

Read More

Solar power and big batteries pose threat to natural gas’s future SOLAR POWER AND BIG BATTERIES POSE THREAT TO NATURAL GAS’S FUTURE

blog article

Nov 01, 2019

King Coal is a dead man walking, battery storage is on the move, and natural gas’s future in the electricity business could be meteoric. The latest data portends a radical revolution in how the U.S. generates power. In even the most optimistic case for fossil fuels, new technologies can and will sla...

Read More

Carbon Pricing to Facilitate NYISO’s Clean Energy Transition CARBON PRICING TO FACILITATE NYISO’S CLEAN ENERGY TRANSITION

blog article

Oct 31, 2019

A recent study by the Analysis Group found that implementing a carbon pricing model is the most effective and powerful way to combat global warming and reduce air pollution. Back in June of this year, New York Governor Andrew Cuomo implemented the new Climate Leadership and Community Protection Act ...

Read More

New Jersey is home to the country’s largest floating solar array NEW JERSEY IS HOME TO THE COUNTRY’S LARGEST FLOATING SOLAR ARRAY

blog article

Oct 31, 2019

Ciel & Terre USA, floating solar power systems providers, in conjunction with Solar Renewable Energy and RETTEW are pleased to announce the completion of its Hydrelio floating solar solution for a 4.4.-MW floating array on the town of Sayreville, New Jersey’s pre-treatment water storage pond. This r...

Read More

Promoting sustainable energy future PROMOTING SUSTAINABLE ENERGY FUTURE

infographic

Oct 31, 2019

Reducing the UK’s carbon emissions and increasing the energy we get from sources like renewables, will help to ensure the security and sustainability of our energy supplies for generations to come. With the protection of future and existing consumers’ interests at our core, we run a range of governm...

Read More

The socioeconomic impacts of wind energy in the context of the energy transition THE SOCIOECONOMIC IMPACTS OF WIND ENERGY IN THE CONTEXT OF THE ENERGY TRANSITION

whitepaper

Oct 31, 2019

“The energy transition in essential to achieve the UN’s 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development. Universal and affordable access to electricity will empower millions of people around the world and their communities to enjoy a better life. But avoid the worst impacts of climate change, energy will ha...

Read More

The Enel Green Power wind farm in Oklahoma THE ENEL GREEN POWER WIND FARM IN OKLAHOMA

video

Oct 31, 2019

Maintaining and enhancing the relationship with local communities and the regions hosting our plants is a fundamental aspect for Enel Green Power. A good example is our collaboration with Ron Ingle, the owner of the land where we built wind turbines for our Red Dirt plant. Ron believed in our projec...

Read More

Can California’s Blackouts Boost Tesla’s V3 Solar Roof? CAN CALIFORNIA’S BLACKOUTS BOOST TESLA’S V3 SOLAR ROOF?

blog article

Oct 31, 2019

In another step to revive its energy business, Tesla (TSLA) CEO Elon Musk launched the third version of the company’s Solar Roof tiles last week. So far, Tesla’s Energy segment hasn’t contributed significantly, particularly after its SolarCity acquisition in 2016. California blackouts could support ...

Read More

Do we need carbon taxes in an era of cheap renewables? DO WE NEED CARBON TAXES IN AN ERA OF CHEAP RENEWABLES?

blog article

Oct 31, 2019

There is a growing consensus that the energy transition requires high carbon prices to succeed. But if wind and solar continues to be cheaper than coal- and gas-fired power, won’t the transition happen anyway due to market forces alone? According to the International Renewable Energy Agency (Irena),...

Read More

America’s Largest Floating Solar Project Completed AMERICA’S LARGEST FLOATING SOLAR PROJECT COMPLETED

blog article

Oct 30, 2019

Floating solar is a new concept and one that could assist in getting solar power to many. In 2018, U.S. Department of Energy’s National Renewable Energy Laboratories (NREL) labeled floating solar as a “rapidly emerging technology,” with a corresponding report outlining the potential of the technolog...

Read More

Renewable energy could save us trillions in health costs RENEWABLE ENERGY COULD SAVE US TRILLIONS IN HEALTH COSTS

blog article

Oct 30, 2019

If you’re worried about getting “windmill cancer,” we have some good news for you. According to a new study published this week in the journal Environmental Research Letters, installing more renewable energy could save the U.S. trillions in health costs. Obviously, renewable energy doesn’t pollute l...

Read More

Solar Panels Operational at West Hartford Town Hall SOLAR PANELS OPERATIONAL AT WEST HARTFORD TOWN HALL

video

Oct 29, 2019

West Hartford mayor Shari Cantor flipped the switch to power its newest rooftop solar PV project. This project will provide a sustainable, green, renewable source of power for 20% of Town Hall's annual electric use. This project is one of about a dozen solar projects (both large and small) installed...

Read More

City moving toward 100% renewable energy goal CITY MOVING TOWARD 100% RENEWABLE ENERGY GOAL

blog article

Oct 29, 2019

The Utility Advisory Board’s Oct. 22 draft proposal, “Energy and Utility Policy 2020- 2030,” addresses multiple aspects of renewable resources, i.e., utility efficiency programs and incentives; energy source diversification; a phased-in renewable energy portfolio; usage patterns across residential, ...

Read More

Renewable Energy Can Help Fight Climate Change – Here’s Where to Install It for Maximum Benefits RENEWABLE ENERGY CAN HELP FIGHT CLIMATE CHANGE – HERE’S WHERE TO INSTALL IT FOR MAXIMUM BENEFITS

blog article

Oct 29, 2019

A new Harvard study shows that to achieve the biggest improvements in public health and the greatest benefits from renewable energy, wind turbines should be installed in the Upper Midwest and solar power should be installed in the Great Lakes and Mid-Atlantic regions. When adjusting for energy produ...

Read More

Florida Solar Installation 16,500 Watts FLORIDA SOLAR INSTALLATION 16,500 WATTS

video

Oct 28, 2019

Enjoy a breathtaking view from the top right over a lovely solar home in a Florida coastal community. This solar PV installation has a capacity of 16,500 watts. All that power is enough to give this homeowner plenty of savings on his energy bills. Start saving today! Call Wayne's Solar for free sola...

Read More

Nuclear power is a reliable resource NUCLEAR POWER IS A RELIABLE RESOURCE

blog article

Oct 28, 2019

It is encouraging when an authoritative energy expert like Professor Nick Butler, who has not been slow to criticise the nuclear industry in the past, declares that the operating lifetime of nuclear plants should be extended to facilitate the energy transition. In doing so he echoes the recommendati...

Read More

How Machine Learning Could Impact the Future of Renewable Energy HOW MACHINE LEARNING COULD IMPACT THE FUTURE OF RENEWABLE ENERGY

blog article

Oct 28, 2019

More and more cities are looking to go green. And renewable energy is, if current trends hold, the future of the energy industry. But as renewable energy technologies like wind farms are implemented at larger scales than ever, local officials are running into their limitations. The energy production...

Read More

Recycal saves on energy costs through solar RECYCAL SAVES ON ENERGY COSTS THROUGH SOLAR

video

Oct 24, 2019

Recycal is a family-owned and operated metal recycling business, servicing all states around Australia. With state of the art facilities and infrastructure, Recycal is one of the most efficient, safest and environmental friendly businesses in the industry. In line with their sustainability mission, ...

Read More

Can a New Generation of Nuclear Reactors Help Us Transition to Renewables? CAN A NEW GENERATION OF NUCLEAR REACTORS HELP US TRANSITION TO RENEWABLES?

blog article

Oct 24, 2019

Nuclear power should be accepted as a necessary bridge until we are able to develop technologies that are widely accepted as ethical and practical solutions. You may be a skeptic and deny that the Earth is not warming up because, depending on where you live, the effect may not be noticeable to you. ...

Read More

San Diego’s Quest to Achieve 100% Renewable Energy Through Community Choice SAN DIEGO’S QUEST TO ACHIEVE 100% RENEWABLE ENERGY THROUGH COMMUNITY CHOICE

blog article

Oct 24, 2019

Are cities the world’s best hope for combating climate change? Many cities have committed to meeting the Paris Agreement goals. But are those targets translating to action on the ground? In this episode of Political Climate, we look at San Diego’s quest to achieve 100 percent carbon-free electricity...

Read More

The future of renewable energy THE FUTURE OF RENEWABLE ENERGY

blog article

Oct 23, 2019

A decade ago, coal and nuclear were the main sources of power, supplemented by gas when grids required extra capacity. Today, all three of these industries remain manual. In many cases, a human presses a physical button for the factory to start. It is a slow process. Since then, renewable energy has...

Read More

MONITORING YOUR SOLAR PANELS MONITORING YOUR SOLAR PANELS

infographic

Oct 23, 2019

External Debris Checking your solar panels seasonally to ensure they are free of debris like leaves can help maximize your production. System Integrity It’s a good idea to inspect your system annually to remove tree branches and shrubbery that may give pest access to your roof and panels. Weather Da...

Read More

Solar power predicted to fuel 50% growth in renewable energy SOLAR POWER PREDICTED TO FUEL 50% GROWTH IN RENEWABLE ENERGY

blog article

Oct 22, 2019

Solar power will fuel growth of 50% in the world's renewable energy capacity during the next five years, according to a report from the International Energy Agency. Developing technology is paving the way for greater reliance on clean energy, according to the Renewables 2019 report by the Internatio...

Read More

American Offshore wind power has arrived! AMERICAN OFFSHORE WIND POWER HAS ARRIVED!

video

Oct 22, 2019

Offshore wind power is an enormous potential job creator across the East Coast and down into the Gulf Coast. States are making huge commitments to offshore wind, bringing clean energy and opportunity to communities across the country. The future lies offshore!

Read More

Why Texas’ First ‘Green Energy City Is Now Suing To Get Out Of Its Solar Contract WHY TEXAS’ FIRST ‘GREEN ENERGY CITY IS NOW SUING TO GET OUT OF ITS SOLAR CONTRACT

blog article

Oct 22, 2019

A few years ago, Georgetown, Texas was held up as an example of an outstanding “green city.” But now, residents face energy price increases, and the city is under scrutiny for entering the volatile solar energy market. In 2017, the city of about 49,000 transitioned to relying entirely on renewable ...

Read More

Increasing renewable energy sources does not reduce fossil fuel usage INCREASING RENEWABLE ENERGY SOURCES DOES NOT REDUCE FOSSIL FUEL USAGE

blog article

Oct 22, 2019

With its announcement of plans to become carbon neutral by 2035 and carbon negative by 2050, Finland has marked its intention to become the global leader in environmental protection. Similarly, Sweden hopes to become 100% dependent on renewable energy by 2040. But now that we’re three years into the...

Read More

Powering the Future POWERING THE FUTURE

video

Oct 21, 2019

Travelers understands everything about the energy industry and its evolving technologies. We get the claim process and we know the coverage options. Travelers is re-energizing its Global Renewable Energy Practice to take on projects of all shapes and sizes. From offshore and onshore wind farms to so...

Read More

How Much U.S. Electricity Will Come From Renewables in 2030? HOW MUCH U.S. ELECTRICITY WILL COME FROM RENEWABLES IN 2030?

blog article

Oct 21, 2019

NextEra Energy (NYSE:NEE) made subtle changes to its outlook for renewable energy in the United States. Using a combination of data from the National Renewable Energy Lab (NREL) and its own internal analysis, the company estimates that America could generate 50% of its total electricity from renewab...

Read More

Clean energy is great, but what CLEAN ENERGY IS GREAT, BUT WHAT'S THE BEST WAY TO STORE IT?

blog article

Oct 21, 2019

Not only does the world we live in change around us but our knowledge of that world also changes. It took until 1543 when Copernicus published his planetary model with the sun at the centre that people started viewing the planets differently. JJ Thomson proposed a plum pudding model of the atom in 1...

Read More

Choosing the Right Energy Storage Solution for a Solar Panel Installation CHOOSING THE RIGHT ENERGY STORAGE SOLUTION FOR A SOLAR PANEL INSTALLATION

blog article

Oct 20, 2019

When considering the switch to solar power, it’s important to consider your options for energy storage. This vital component allows you to optimize your solar power unit and enjoy steady, reliable energy harnessed from the sun. There will be several technical specifications for any storage solution ...

Read More

Florida leading in sustainability initiatives FLORIDA LEADING IN SUSTAINABILITY INITIATIVES

blog article

Oct 20, 2019

The Tampa Electric Company (TECO) is set to begin production on two solar energy projects that are expected to finish sometime next year. Hillsborough County is taking an important step toward diversifying their sources of energy production, bringing us ever closer to environmental sustainability. ...

Read More

Kayenta Solar generation facility KAYENTA SOLAR GENERATION FACILITY

video

Oct 18, 2019

Officials with the Navajo Tribal Utility Authority (NTUA), Salt River Project (SRP) and Navajo Nation leaders are celebrating the opening of the second phase of the Kayenta Solar generation facility, a renewable energy plant that provides power to the Navajo Nation. See the facility in this drone fo...

Read More

Stainless Steel in Solar Energy Use STAINLESS STEEL IN SOLAR ENERGY USE

whitepaper

Oct 18, 2019

Energy is an indispensable pre-requisite for our economies to prosper. However, the use of energy is often associated with pollution and depletion of non-renewable resources. Unless they are addressed properly, environmental factors can limit our future industrial and social development. Reducing ou...

Read More

Steel is the Springboard to Sustainability STEEL IS THE SPRINGBOARD TO SUSTAINABILITY

infographic

Oct 18, 2019

To sustain planet Earth and combat the advance of global warming, scientists calculate that the world must cut greenhouse gas, or carbon dioxide (CO2 ) emissions by 12 to 14 gigatonnes by 2030 to keep temperature increases below a targeted 2°C. The large-scale implementation of renewable energy tech...

Read More

How Nuclear Power Will Impact NJ’s Clean Energy Future HOW NUCLEAR POWER WILL IMPACT NJ’S CLEAN ENERGY FUTURE

blog article

Oct 18, 2019

One of the big unanswered policy questions as state officials finalize a new energy master plan (EMP) is how big a factor nuclear power will play in meeting New Jersey’s future energy needs. It is an issue that sparked widely varying views in written comments to the state Board of Public Utilities, ...

Read More

Solar Power System SOLAR POWER SYSTEM

video

Oct 17, 2019

When solar is discussed it's usually in two different categories -- small scale for personal use and large scale projects which provide an alternative to coal, nuclear and hydroelectric power plants, all of which have significant environmental impacts. With the recent earthquake/tsunami disaster in ...

Read More

Enacting a Federal High-Penetration Renewable Energy Standard ENACTING A FEDERAL HIGH-PENETRATION RENEWABLE ENERGY STANDARD

whitepaper

Oct 16, 2019

The American Council on Renewable Energy (ACORE) is a national non-profit organization that unites finance, policy and technology to accelerate the transition to a renewable energy economy. Founded in 2001, ACORE is the focal point for collaborative advocacy across the renewable energy sector, suppo...

Read More

REA Why Us? REA WHY US?

video

Oct 16, 2019

Have you considered solar energy for your facility, but aren't confident that the price is right, or how to handle the many steps involved in a solar project? Renewable USA is a turnkey solar solutions provider -- with the agility to complete your project efficiently, and the experience to magnify y...

Read More

How the U.S. power grid is evolving to handle solar and wind HOW THE U.S. POWER GRID IS EVOLVING TO HANDLE SOLAR AND WIND

blog article

Oct 16, 2019

Renewable energy is on the rise. Roughly 15 percent of the electricity generated in the United States comes from renewable sources such as wind, solar, geothermal, hydropower and biomass, amounting to 64 million of the 411 million megawatt-hours (MWH) of total electricity generated in July, accordin...

Read More

Wind maintenance becomes more efficient with Enel Green Power WIND MAINTENANCE BECOMES MORE EFFICIENT WITH ENEL GREEN POWER

video

Oct 16, 2019

Discover the new Enel Green Power technology: an innovative crane that will allow wind turbines to be maintained more efficiently and safely, optimizing the functionality of our plants.

Read More

The Path to 100% Renewable Power Is Looking More Achievable THE PATH TO 100% RENEWABLE POWER IS LOOKING MORE ACHIEVABLE

blog article

Oct 15, 2019

Electricity generation is the largest single contributor to the carbon emissions that are warming the planet. It accounts for 42% of global emissions, and that share is likely to grow as transportation increasingly is powered by batteries instead of oil. As countries announce ambitious plans to wean...

Read More

Will solar be part of WILL SOLAR BE PART OF 'POWERING THE FUTURE'?

blog article

Oct 15, 2019

As we consider how Saskatchewan is going to provide for its future energy needs, it’s important to first look back. SaskPower has been providing safe, reliable power to the people and businesses of our province for the last 90 years, and we should all be extremely thankful for that. Providing afford...

Read More

Can Solar Save You Money CAN SOLAR SAVE YOU MONEY

video

Oct 14, 2019

Can solar power REALLY save you money? The short answer is yes! But like any investment you need to do your due diligence. Here’s what you need to know to get started: Solar is a long-term investment. Think of it as if you’re pre-paying for your electricity costs upfront, and then you’re reaping the...

Read More

How geothermal energy balances the renewable portfolio in California HOW GEOTHERMAL ENERGY BALANCES THE RENEWABLE PORTFOLIO IN CALIFORNIA

blog article

Oct 14, 2019

California’s rapid renewable energy expansion has led to a boom in large-scale solar and wind projects and a huge expansion of rooftop solar. As costs have fallen, solar energy has become much less expensive, and utility-scale solar and wind are now less expensive than new gas plants, and far less e...

Read More

Is Your Energy Source Sustainable? How To Find Out IS YOUR ENERGY SOURCE SUSTAINABLE? HOW TO FIND OUT

blog article

Oct 14, 2019

Finding out the sustainability of your energy source depends on the generation activities of your energy supplier. This may sound overwhelming, but the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s Power Profiler tool allows you to quickly check how clean your electricity is. Simply enter your ZIP code and...

Read More

Towards future with renewable energy TOWARDS FUTURE WITH RENEWABLE ENERGY

video

Oct 13, 2019

At Ornate Solar, we value partnerships and collaboration. Our strategy relies heavily on our strategic selection of people and successful partnership around the world. We believe that by working together, we can discover, develop, and deliver, develop, and deliver the best value for our customers. t...

Read More

One Step Closer to Becoming Solar Energy Leader ONE STEP CLOSER TO BECOMING SOLAR ENERGY LEADER

blog article

Oct 11, 2019

A settlement agreement filed at the Florida Public Service Commission on the SolarTogether community solar program will, if approved, allow all FPL customers - including low-income - to participate in the largest community solar program in the US and help catapult Florida to the number two spot in t...

Read More

What is Green Energy? WHAT IS GREEN ENERGY?

blog article

Oct 10, 2019

Energy is an everyday necessity, but how we choose to get it can cause more harm than the good it supplies. That’s why fossil fuels and clean energy have been a topic of debate for some time. Most people know that green energy is a more favored solution when it comes to helping our planet, but knowi...

Read More

Leveraging Biofuels for a Cleaner Mobility Future LEVERAGING BIOFUELS FOR A CLEANER MOBILITY FUTURE

blog article

Oct 10, 2019

Biofuels are critical to our energy future. No matter how far electric vehicles come in the next 25 years, the internal combustion engines of today will continue to be a big part of our transportation reality. The only way to continue to move forward with a newer, cleaner mobility future is to inclu...

Read More

How Solar Panels Results in More Productivity in Agricultural Land? HOW SOLAR PANELS RESULTS IN MORE PRODUCTIVITY IN AGRICULTURAL LAND?

blog article

Oct 10, 2019

Solar energy utilizes various technologies to generate electricity. Most homes or businesses fix photovoltaic panels to intercept light from the sun. On the other hand, large solar units use lenses and mirrors to focus on tiny areas, thus converting tremendous heat into electricity. Such technologie...

Read More

Community Solar through Solar for All COMMUNITY SOLAR THROUGH SOLAR FOR ALL

video

Oct 10, 2019

Community solar provides the benefits of solar to residents who can’t install systems on their home, including renters and homeowners whose rooftops are shaded or need repairs. Through Solar for All, the Department of Energy & Environment develops community solar projects to benefit renters and resi...

Read More

How Much Electricity Does A Solar Panel Produce? HOW MUCH ELECTRICITY DOES A SOLAR PANEL PRODUCE?

blog article

Oct 10, 2019

While how much one panel produces depends on a few factors (we’ll go over that in a little bit), even giving a general answer comes down to the panel you chose. Each solar panel is tested by its manufacturer to determine how much electricity it will produce in the best-case scenario, or peak sun (al...

Read More

Software Is Changing The Solar Power Industry: Here’s 5 Reasons Why SOFTWARE IS CHANGING THE SOLAR POWER INDUSTRY: HERE’S 5 REASONS WHY

blog article

Oct 10, 2019

Managing and controlling energy by monitoring energy consuming devices can be a daunting task since one will be required to manually pinpoint these devices and design ways of minimizing their energy consumption. The good thing is the fact that with advanced technology, companies have embarked on an ...

Read More

Sustainability in solar SUSTAINABILITY IN SOLAR

blog article

Oct 09, 2019

“Compared to any conventional energy generation source, solar shows clear benefits in numerous dimensions – not only in terms of cost and flexibility in fighting climate change, but also in terms of environmental footprint at large,” writes Raffaele Rossi, Policy Analyst at SolarPower Europe It is n...

Read More

Future of Renewable Energy FUTURE OF RENEWABLE ENERGY

video

Oct 09, 2019

Our renewable energy report provides insight on renewable power generation, merchant risk, the growth of corporate PPAs and new battery storage solutions.

Read More

Why nuclear-powered energy is currently the truly green option WHY NUCLEAR-POWERED ENERGY IS CURRENTLY THE TRULY GREEN OPTION

blog article

Oct 09, 2019

Nuclear power is being phased out globally. This is an ecological disaster. In 1993, 17 per cent of global electricity was generated by nuclear power. Today it is just 11 per cent, despite becoming safer and more efficient. Germany is the latest to turn against nuclear energy. In 2011, Germany decid...

Read More

Renewables make up around 10% of our energy mix. RENEWABLES MAKE UP AROUND 10% OF OUR ENERGY MIX.

infographic

Oct 09, 2019

sustainable energy means renewable energy, like wind and solar. Energy sources that can’t be used up. Some people think sustainability is about conservation—using less energy, less water, and making fewer trips in the car. Other people talk about air quality and wildlife.

Read More

SOLAR ENERGY MARKET IN ASEAN SOLAR ENERGY MARKET IN ASEAN

whitepaper

Oct 09, 2019

The development of renewable energy sources, such as wind energy and solar energy, is a crucial goal in Southeast Asia for solving the shortage of electricity supply and reducing the emission of greenhouse gas. However, only Thailand and Myanmar have a lower average solar PV LCOE than the average wo...

Read More

What Are the Costs and Values of Wind and Solar Power? How Are They Changing? WHAT ARE THE COSTS AND VALUES OF WIND AND SOLAR POWER? HOW ARE THEY CHANGING?

blog article

Oct 08, 2019

Recent US market data for wind and solar power appear to show strong prospects for both technologies. 41.8 GW of wind capacity is either under construction or in advanced development, and the contracted pipeline for utility-scale solar projects has reached 37.9 GW. These are record levels, indicatin...

Read More

Components of a Solar Panel System COMPONENTS OF A SOLAR PANEL SYSTEM

video

Oct 08, 2019

Solar panel electric systems offer an environmentally friendly, renewable method of energy generation. They are relatively low-maintenance and convert sunlight into electrical energy through solar panels.

Read More

Can We Really Reach These Big Green Goals? CAN WE REALLY REACH THESE BIG GREEN GOALS?

blog article

Oct 08, 2019

How fast the US adopts renewable energy and electric vehicles is likely to influence microgrid growth. So where are renewables and EVs heading? Are the big goals we hear about just aspiration or are they destination? Hawaii, Maine, District of Columbia and Puerto Rico are pursuing 100% renewables. A...

Read More

Is nuclear power the future of green energy? IS NUCLEAR POWER THE FUTURE OF GREEN ENERGY?

blog article

Oct 08, 2019

It’s tempting to think that economic growth makes climate change inevitable, and that the only solution is to back off before nature loses all patience and does to us what it did to the Bahamas. Total energy use in America has been flat for about ten years — our carbon emissions are declining,” he n...

Read More

What are solar storage batteries and how can I use them? WHAT ARE SOLAR STORAGE BATTERIES AND HOW CAN I USE THEM?

blog article

Oct 07, 2019

These are just some of the many and completely valid reasons why a consumer might have chosen not to install a solar pv system in the past. Now though, there are no such excuses not to save your home or business thousands of pounds, and contribute towards a cleaner, greener environment. Recent adva...

Read More

AI-POWERED REINFORCEMENT LEARNING TRANSFORMING ENERGY AND RENEWABLES SPACE AI-POWERED REINFORCEMENT LEARNING TRANSFORMING ENERGY AND RENEWABLES SPACE

blog article

Oct 05, 2019

Artificial Intelligence has created a great hype in recent years. In some industries it is living up to it but its deployment in certain industries has been less touted. As it stands now, AI algorithms fuel the transport apps like Uber and Waze, digital assistants, commercial flights’ autopilot and ...

Read More

U.S. Manufacturers Are Helping Build Our Clean Energy Future U.S. MANUFACTURERS ARE HELPING BUILD OUR CLEAN ENERGY FUTURE

blog article

Oct 04, 2019

SEIA laid out a bold vision for solar in the 2020s, unveiling the specific steps the industry will need to take for solar to reach 20% of U.S. electricity generation by 2030. We are calling this goal the Solar+ Decade, and to achieve it, we’ll need to add nearly 400 gigawatts (GW) of solar in the ne...

Read More

THE NEW REDUCE, REUSE, AND RECYCLE ENERGY THE NEW REDUCE, REUSE, AND RECYCLE ENERGY

infographic

Oct 04, 2019

In North Carolina, there are many reasons to generate and store clean and renewable energy at your home or business. Those reasons include lowering your energy usage and utility bill, taking advantage of available tax incentives, increasing off-grid capabilities and self-reliance, improving your “ec...

Read More

Honda Announces Major Investments in Renewables HONDA ANNOUNCES MAJOR INVESTMENTS IN RENEWABLES

blog article

Oct 04, 2019

Honda Motor Co. announced a major renewable power deal for its manufacturing plants in Ohio, Indiana and Alabama. The automaker said it would acquire the power from wind and solar farms in Oklahoma and Texas, and aim to increase its renewable energy consumption from 21 percent of its current portfol...

Read More

Is Nuclear Energy Still Viable? IS NUCLEAR ENERGY STILL VIABLE?

blog article

Oct 03, 2019

There are about 450 nuclear reactors in the world. The United States generates the most energy using nuclear power plants followed by France, China, Russia, and South Korea. Nuclear energy supplies about 11 percent of the world's electricity. Nuclear energy is produced by splitting atoms to release ...

Read More

2019 Clean Energy Investment Outlook 2019 CLEAN ENERGY INVESTMENT OUTLOOK

whitepaper

Oct 03, 2019

For the UK in particular, retractions in renewable energy subsidies, feed-in-tariff debates and ongoing political uncertainty will all be key considerations in any investor’s analysis. The emergence of investment vehicles allowing investors to access equity in projects at different stages of the sup...

Read More

SunGreen Systems solar installation time lapse SUNGREEN SYSTEMS SOLAR INSTALLATION TIME LAPSE

video

Oct 02, 2019

In an effort to decrease the Atrium carbon footprint, The Kelemen Company and SunGreen Systems have teamed up to construct the largest full coverage solar parking garage in Southern California at The Atrium.

Read More

California has acquired another method of making solar more affordable CALIFORNIA HAS ACQUIRED ANOTHER METHOD OF MAKING SOLAR MORE AFFORDABLE

video

Oct 02, 2019

The board of East Bay Community Energy (EBCE), the power supplier of San Francisco-neighbouring Alameda County, waved through deals last Friday to acquire 225MW of solar and 80MW / 160MWh of battery energy storage...The late September procurement – coming off the back of earlier deals in June and Ju...

Read More

How can switching to renewables improve business? HOW CAN SWITCHING TO RENEWABLES IMPROVE BUSINESS?

blog article

Oct 02, 2019

In 2019 businesses are constantly looking at how they can increase their sustainability in order to boost not only their reputation but their bottom line too. For those that have been drawing from the same source for decades, it can seem inconvenient or unnecessarily costly to make the switch. Howev...

Read More

How the U.S. Could Have an All-Renewable Energy Grid HOW THE U.S. COULD HAVE AN ALL-RENEWABLE ENERGY GRID

blog article

Oct 02, 2019

The main solution to climate change is well known – stop burning fossil fuels. How to do this is more complicated, but as a scholar who does energy modeling, I and others see the outlines of a post-fossil-fuel future: We make electricity with renewable sources and electrify almost everything. That m...

Read More

How to Improve ESG Scoring to Better Reflect Renewable Energy Use and Investment HOW TO IMPROVE ESG SCORING TO BETTER REFLECT RENEWABLE ENERGY USE AND INVESTMENT

whitepaper

Sep 30, 2019

The American Council on Renewable Energy (ACORE) is a national non-profit organization that unites finance, policy and technology to accelerate the transition to a renewable energy economy. Founded in 2001, ACORE is the focal point for collaborative advocacy across the renewable energy sector, suppo...

Read More

How Solar Power Works HOW SOLAR POWER WORKS

video

Sep 30, 2019

Solar power works by taking the energy from the sun's runs and converting into usable household energy. This video simply explains how the technology works, what components it requires, and how solar power can work for you.

Read More

Can Growth in Sustainable Energy Reduce Natural Resources Overspend? CAN GROWTH IN SUSTAINABLE ENERGY REDUCE NATURAL RESOURCES OVERSPEND?

blog article

Sep 30, 2019

Globally, we are consuming resources faster than the Earth can replenish them. If we think of these resources — such as timber, water, and clean air — like an allowance, then we spent our allotment for 2019 on July 29. We are over-fishing, extracting, mining, polluting, depleting, and harvesting res...

Read More

Can the world run 100% on renewable energy? CAN THE WORLD RUN 100% ON RENEWABLE ENERGY?

blog article

Sep 30, 2019

When it comes to powering the world with only renewable energy, a more convenient question will be; “Will there be enough will to power the world through renewables alone?” We’re actually in the middle of a gold rush because our true gold tends to be the fossil fuels. But by the very nature of fuels...

Read More

Agathon Solar Panel Installation for Pinnacle Construction Group in Grand Rapids, Michigan AGATHON SOLAR PANEL INSTALLATION FOR PINNACLE CONSTRUCTION GROUP IN GRAND RAPIDS, MICHIGAN

video

Sep 29, 2019

Mitten Drone Media produced several promotional videos for Agathon Solar that worked on the panel installation for Pinnacle Construction Group in Grand Rapids, Michigan.

Read More

Here’s a Renewable Energy Company Taking on the World HERE’S A RENEWABLE ENERGY COMPANY TAKING ON THE WORLD

blog article

Sep 29, 2019

Renewable energy. It is on everyone’s hearts and minds. It is the way of the future and it is Northland Power Inc.’s (TSX:NPI) everyday and everything. Northland Power owns and operates renewable facilities that generate 2,014 megawatts of electricity, with an additional 399 megawatts of capacity un...

Read More

Duke Energy Renewables announces second power purchase agreement for Frontier Windpower II DUKE ENERGY RENEWABLES ANNOUNCES SECOND POWER PURCHASE AGREEMENT FOR FRONTIER WINDPOWER II

blog article

Sep 29, 2019

Duke Energy Renewables has lined up another major purchaser for energy it will produce through an expansion of its Frontier Windpower project in Kay County. The company announced this week that AT&T has signed a 15-year, 160-megawatt virtual power purchase agreement with it, boosting claims on the a...

Read More

Sustainability at a Crossroads SUSTAINABILITY AT A CROSSROADS

whitepaper

Sep 27, 2019

Sustainable business practices have become a central focus for many industry leaders because they are a means to mitigate potential risks that may impact corporations over the next few decades. Driven by investors and consumers, global corporations recognize climate change as a growing business conc...

Read More

Solar Power Explorers SOLAR POWER EXPLORERS

infographic

Sep 27, 2019

The sun powers spacecraft to Earth orbit, Mars and beyond. Here's how NASA's Juno mission to Jupiter became the most distant solar-powered explorer and influenced the future of space exploration powered by the sun.

Read More

What is Nuclear Energy? WHAT IS NUCLEAR ENERGY?

video

Sep 26, 2019

Nuclear energy has been quietly powering America with clean, carbon-free electricity for the last 60 years. It may not be the first thing you think of when you heat or cool your home, but maybe that’s the point. It’s been so reliable that we sometimes take it for granted. Did you know about a fifth ...

Read More

Is This The Next Big Thing In Solar? IS THIS THE NEXT BIG THING IN SOLAR?

blog article

Sep 26, 2019

Solar power installations out in the open are a common sight in many parts of the world, but how about household solar generators? A team of Swedish and Chinese scientists recently reported this might become part of our future after they successfully converted indoor light to electricity using organ...

Read More

How Hawaii has built momentum to become a renewable energy leader HOW HAWAII HAS BUILT MOMENTUM TO BECOME A RENEWABLE ENERGY LEADER

blog article

Sep 26, 2019

David Bissell’s Toyota Tundra crunches to a stop in the reddish dirt and gravel road as the first heads appear in the grass. A few sheep come into view, but, startled by the trucks, they skitter away through the unruly vegetation surrounding a network of solar panels. After a few moments, they calm ...

Read More

How Solar Power Market is Growing Worldwide? HOW SOLAR POWER MARKET IS GROWING WORLDWIDE?

blog article

Sep 26, 2019

The advancements in photovoltaic technology in recent years have boded well for the global solar power market. Growing awareness of the adverse effects of pollution and minimizing greenhouse gases have contributed to the demand for solar power across the world. Furthermore, increasing efforts toward...

Read More

IEC Solar Panels IEC SOLAR PANELS

video

Sep 25, 2019

IEC is living our sustainability values by making major upgrades to our headquarters building in Springfield. With the help of funds raised through our capital campaign, we were able to install solar panels on our roof, preventing 10 tons of carbon emissions each year! This is just the beginning--st...

Read More

Renewable energy advantageous for U.S. RENEWABLE ENERGY ADVANTAGEOUS FOR U.S.

blog article

Sep 25, 2019

Nearly two weeks ago, a pair of oil production facilities in Saudi Arabia were the target of attacks on the Middle Eastern country. Though Houthi rebels in Yemen have taken credit, it is believed that Iran is behind the attacks. The attacks consisted of a small number of drones and cruise missiles t...

Read More

Why The Future Is Bright For Renewable Energy WHY THE FUTURE IS BRIGHT FOR RENEWABLE ENERGY

infographic

Sep 25, 2019

That charts future projections of the biggest renewable energy sectors in the world today, including hydrogen fuel cells, wind power, solar power, nuclear energy, biomass energy, geothermal power, and hydroelectric. Each section shows how the costs are continuing to fall, as well as any major milest...

Read More

Energy Optimized ENERGY OPTIMIZED

whitepaper

Sep 25, 2019

Today’s energy landscape is changing. There is a global energy transition underway in which renewable energy sources, led by wind and solar power, will ultimately replace legacy thermal generation. Falling supply costs, coupled with technology innovations in energy storage, software, and automation,...

Read More

Solar can cover 20% of US energy needs in the next decade SOLAR CAN COVER 20% OF US ENERGY NEEDS IN THE NEXT DECADE

blog article

Sep 24, 2019

While it may seem like an ambitious and overly lofty plan, leaders in the solar energy industry say they believe a variety of strategies will help get them to their goal of producing 20 percent of the U.S. energy demand in about a decade from now. As of 2018, renewable energy accounted for 17% of en...

Read More

Nuclear energy too slow, too expensive to save climate NUCLEAR ENERGY TOO SLOW, TOO EXPENSIVE TO SAVE CLIMATE

blog article

Sep 24, 2019

Nuclear power is losing ground to renewables in terms of both cost and capacity as its reactors are increasingly seen as less economical and slower to reverse carbon emissions, an industry report said. In mid-2019, new wind and solar generators competed efficiently against even existing nuclear pow...

Read More

Solar PV Suppliers Florida SOLAR PV SUPPLIERS FLORIDA

video

Sep 23, 2019

Solar energy is renewable, sustainable and abundant, and it produces zero harmful emissions to the environment as it creates power. Then why you waiting for, Go solar and stop paying the huge electricity bills. Generate your own clean energy with Solar Tech Elec.

Read More

Can nuclear power help save us from climate change? CAN NUCLEAR POWER HELP SAVE US FROM CLIMATE CHANGE?

blog article

Sep 23, 2019

Globally, nuclear power is on the skids. Its contribution to electricity generation is in a free fall, dropping from a mid-1990s peak of about 18% of worldwide electricity capacity to 10% today, according to the International Energy Agency (IEA). The agency expects the downward spiral to continue, h...

Read More

Clean Energy Works in America CLEAN ENERGY WORKS IN AMERICA

video

Sep 23, 2019

The U.S. power industry generated more than 1,450 billion kilowatt hours of emissions-free electricity in 2018, avoiding more than 960 million metric tons of carbon emissions. It’s also creating new jobs. According to the 2019 U.S. Energy & Employment Report, U.S. electric power generation and fuels...

Read More

Who Are Omega Solar + Batteries? WHO ARE OMEGA SOLAR + BATTERIES?

video

Sep 23, 2019

Our Vision is to help the wider community attain energy independence from their electricity retailers. We strongly believe every person is entitled to clean, renewable sources of energy. Our Mission is to deal with our customers with honesty, integrity, and the highest level of service and quality. ...

Read More

Where Solar Energy Is Booming in the U.S. WHERE SOLAR ENERGY IS BOOMING IN THE U.S.

blog article

Sep 22, 2019

The solar market has seen ebbs and flows over the past decade, and right now, utility-scale solar appears to be the hottest business in town. As the pipeline grows, developers and solar manufacturers have a lot riding on who is winning projects. Tens of billions of dollars are at stake over the next...

Read More

Can the entire world run on renewables? CAN THE ENTIRE WORLD RUN ON RENEWABLES?

blog article

Sep 22, 2019

The extensive study lays out renewable energy roadmaps – an overview of the mix of resources each individual country needs to transition completely away from fossil fuels to renewable energy. It covers 139 countries that are responsible for 99 percent of global carbon emissions. Overall, their analy...

Read More

Where Is Next for Technology and Renewable Energy? WHERE IS NEXT FOR TECHNOLOGY AND RENEWABLE ENERGY?

blog article

Sep 22, 2019

Ahead of the start of weeklong global climate change protests that began on Sept. 20, Amazon, Google, AT&T and other technology companies pledged unprecedented new commitments to renewable energy. And yet, despite criticism regarding a lack of action from employees and students, Amazon, Google and m...

Read More

The Cost of Renewable Energy THE COST OF RENEWABLE ENERGY

infographic

Sep 20, 2019

Setting aside concerns for the environment, investing in renewable energy sources is a popular decision for a lot of businesses and governments around the world. What’s the outlook for renewable energy and which methods have the lowest costs?

Read More

Our Decentralized Energy Future OUR DECENTRALIZED ENERGY FUTURE

whitepaper

Sep 20, 2019

This growing trend of decentralization in electricity networks extends beyond energy to everyday life. From the many ways we listen to music and watch movies, to the instant precision that comes with 3D printing, decentralization allows consumers to demand more flexibility and customization of goods...

Read More

Supporting the transition to sustainable energy SUPPORTING THE TRANSITION TO SUSTAINABLE ENERGY

video

Sep 19, 2019

We must produce more energy from renewable sources to have any hope of reducing global carbon emissions in the coming years. Wind turbine blades are susceptible to erosion and weather damage, which affects aerodynamic efficiency and reduces their energy production, and can sometimes stop the turbine...

Read More

Clean energy rapidly becoming cheaper than fossil fuels CLEAN ENERGY RAPIDLY BECOMING CHEAPER THAN FOSSIL FUELS

blog article

Sep 19, 2019

Renewable energy is rapidly growing cheaper than fossil fuels in more areas of the world — transforming the conversation around switching from environmental benefits to economic gains. Michael Milken, chairman of think tank Milken Institute, told CNBC at the Milken Institute Asia Summit in Singapore...

Read More

Duke Energy, American Electric Power Separately Seeking to Go Net-Zero Carbon by 2050 DUKE ENERGY, AMERICAN ELECTRIC POWER SEPARATELY SEEKING TO GO NET-ZERO CARBON BY 2050

blog article

Sep 19, 2019

Two formidable U.S. coal power generators this week separately revised their carbon dioxide emissions reduction targets. Duke Energy announced it would achieve net-zero carbon emissions by 2050. American Electric Power (AEP), meanwhile, said it would extend its target from 60% to 70% from 2000 level...

Read More

Turkey Hill Dairy 100% Renewable Energy TURKEY HILL DAIRY 100% RENEWABLE ENERGY

video

Sep 18, 2019

Turkey Hill, located in Lancaster County, collaborated with Brookfield Renewable & Calpine Energy to supply the Dairy with 3 megawatts per month of clean, renewable hydroelectric energy from the nearby Safe Harbor dam. Combined with electricity from the wind turbines, the Dairy is powered by 100% su...

Read More

Nuclear is safe, perception is the problem NUCLEAR IS SAFE, PERCEPTION IS THE PROBLEM

blog article

Sep 18, 2019

NUCLEAR POWER CAN BE A VIABLE OPTION TO INCLUDE IN THE PHILIPPINES’S ENERGY MIX AS IT IS A SAFE CHOICE IN CONTRAST WITH THE PUBLIC’S PERCEPTION. This was what Philippine Nuclear Research Institute (PNRI) Director Carlo Arcilla said during the panel discussion in this year’s Powertrends on Septembe...

Read More

Energy efficiency and the fight against climate change ENERGY EFFICIENCY AND THE FIGHT AGAINST CLIMATE CHANGE

blog article

Sep 18, 2019

Investments in renewable energy have exceeded $1 trillion over the past three years. Solar and wind, along with hydro and geothermal systems, are providing low-cost alternatives to fossil fuel-based energy. With the rapid fall in the cost of energy storage, the prospect of transitioning grids to ful...

Read More

The future of sustainability: recycling carbon through the power of the sun THE FUTURE OF SUSTAINABILITY: RECYCLING CARBON THROUGH THE POWER OF THE SUN

blog article

Sep 18, 2019

The Trump administration proposed the weakening of vehicle emission regulations, causing concern for climate advocates. This follows its decision to withdraw from the Paris agreement, signed in 2015, which sets specific goals to combat climate change and lower carbon emissions globally. The central ...

Read More

Green Energy Upgrades and Tax Breaks GREEN ENERGY UPGRADES AND TAX BREAKS

infographic

Sep 18, 2019

Installing renewable energy systems in your primary or other residence? Learn about the Nonbusiness Energy Tax Credit and how to get a tax break for your home's green energy upgrades in the infographic below.

Read More

RENEWABLE ENERGY WHAT WORKS & WHAT’S ON THE WAY? RENEWABLE ENERGY WHAT WORKS & WHAT’S ON THE WAY?

whitepaper

Sep 18, 2019

Wind and solar power have moved renewable energy from the fringes of the world’s energy system to its core. As a result, zero-carbon power technologies are now attracting M&A interest from a wide range of investors, including those with interests in the energy status quo. The viability of wind and s...

Read More

The Clean Energy Economy & North Carolina THE CLEAN ENERGY ECONOMY & NORTH CAROLINA

video

Sep 17, 2019

Hurricane Dorian Cost North Carolinia $17 Billion. A month later, Tropical Storm Michael caused an addition $22 million in damage. Now a year later, Hurricane Dorian hits the state and more storms are expected. The economic costs of climate change are adding up. But so are the economic benefits of c...

Read More

Why Nuclear Could be a Better Clean Energy Source to Meet World’s Energy Needs WHY NUCLEAR COULD BE A BETTER CLEAN ENERGY SOURCE TO MEET WORLD’S ENERGY NEEDS

blog article

Sep 17, 2019

The world’s energy demand is massive. Electricity demands continues to grow, but one billion people still live in the dark. There is a clean substitute that could meet this challenge, which is Nuclear energy. The Clean Energy Ministerial (CEM), in an annual gathering of energy ministers from 26 coun...

Read More

Will Hawaii lead the renewable revolution? WILL HAWAII LEAD THE RENEWABLE REVOLUTION?

blog article

Sep 17, 2019

Hawaii has positioned itself as a pioneer in the quest to move toward a future free of fossil fuels. How it deals with obstacles in its path to 100% renewable energy could hold lessons for the rest of the U.S. David Bissell’s Toyota Tundra crunches to a stop in the reddish dirt and gravel road as th...

Read More

Temo Power Inc. Solar-PV Power Plants TEMO POWER INC. SOLAR-PV POWER PLANTS

video

Sep 17, 2019

Socioeconomic environments are moving fast thanks to progresses in utilization of energy resources. In response, we will yield full advantage of Temo Power’s exclusive collective skills to adapt and optimize its portfolio to the changing times. We are always curious in which areas to strengthen our ...

Read More

Solar Industry Unsatisfied With Proposed SMART Reforms in Massachusetts SOLAR INDUSTRY UNSATISFIED WITH PROPOSED SMART REFORMS IN MASSACHUSETTS

blog article

Sep 16, 2019

The state plans to expand its solar incentive program by 50 percent. The industry wants more. When Massachusetts launched its latest solar incentive, the Solar Massachusetts Renewable Target (SMART), in November 2018, the industry welcomed it with a deluge of applications. Amid intense developer int...

Read More

AMP Clean Energy prioritise safety with new technology AMP CLEAN ENERGY PRIORITISE SAFETY WITH NEW TECHNOLOGY

video

Sep 15, 2019

Biomass fuel suppliers, AMP Clean Energy has put two new Volvo FM 8x2 Tridem 32-tonne rigids into operation. The trucks have both been fitted with the first UK-supplied, Transmanut 31 cubic metre bulk transport bodies featuring dust extraction equipment. The 5.1m wheelbase FM’s are both powered by V...

Read More

Optimizing the Future of Energy With AI OPTIMIZING THE FUTURE OF ENERGY WITH AI

blog article

Sep 15, 2019

As global energy demands increase at exponential rates, many scientists have started turning to renewable energy sources as a feasible and reliable alternative to fossil fuels and other conventional sources that continue to release greenhouse gases into the atmosphere. Although over the years renewa...

Read More

How America Thwarted a Giant ‘Extension Cord’ for Renewables HOW AMERICA THWARTED A GIANT ‘EXTENSION CORD’ FOR RENEWABLES

blog article

Sep 13, 2019

America is a place where if you can dream something — no matter how big or ambitious — you can do it. Unless you’re trying to string 700 miles of high-voltage transmission lines to bring wind power from Oklahoma to Tennessee. Our guest this week is Russell Gold, author of a new book about the saga...

Read More

ABB solar inverters transform Sicilian sunshine into clean energy ABB SOLAR INVERTERS TRANSFORM SICILIAN SUNSHINE INTO CLEAN ENERGY

video

Sep 13, 2019

At one of the largest solar parks in Italy, the innovative technology of ABB’s high-power string inverter helps to efficiently and reliably generate power.

Read More

Sophisticated weather forecasting and analytics matures renewable energy market SOPHISTICATED WEATHER FORECASTING AND ANALYTICS MATURES RENEWABLE ENERGY MARKET

infographic

Sep 13, 2019

The Hybrid Renewable Energy Forecasting solution (HyRef) uses data gathered from monitoring devices and analytics technology to produce accurate local weather forecasts within a wind farm as far as one month in advance, or in 15-minute increments.

Read More

IMPLEMENTING SUSTAINABLE BUSINESS MODELS FOR HYDRO STORAGE IMPLEMENTING SUSTAINABLE BUSINESS MODELS FOR HYDRO STORAGE

whitepaper

Sep 13, 2019

Countries around the globe have set ambitious renewable energy targets and have grown increasingly reliant on sources such as wind and solar. However, to ensure that production is constantly equal to demand—a mandatory condition on the grid—they must be able to provide power when the wind doesn’t bl...

Read More

What’s the Right Balance of Energy, Security and Sustainability? WHAT’S THE RIGHT BALANCE OF ENERGY, SECURITY AND SUSTAINABILITY?

blog article

Sep 12, 2019

An energy transition is unfolding around the world. In efforts to reduce carbon dioxide emissions and air pollution, governments are installing increasing amounts of wind and solar. Since 2000, renewable installations in the power sector have risen from 20 GW per year to around 160 GW per year and n...

Read More

Bigtincan Hub Overview BIGTINCAN HUB OVERVIEW

video

Sep 12, 2019

Bigtincan is the industry's leading Sales Enablement Automation platform, empowering Sales teams to win more and be more productive every day, while providing Marketing the ability to establish ROI on content creation efforts.

Read More

California’s initiatives to overcome its challenges in the sun CALIFORNIA’S INITIATIVES TO OVERCOME ITS CHALLENGES IN THE SUN

blog article

Sep 11, 2019

California is embracing energy storage as a reliability solution for an electrical grid that’s adopting more renewable, intermittent generation. Public agencies such as the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power have set ambitious energy storage targets while companies across the state are develo...

Read More

Another Huge Renewable Energy Park Proposed For South Australia ANOTHER HUGE RENEWABLE ENERGY PARK PROPOSED FOR SOUTH AUSTRALIA

blog article

Sep 11, 2019

The Adelaide Advertiser reports (paywall) French company Neoen will announce “Goyder South”, which is to be constructed in the Burra region. The Advertiser states the total project involves 1200MW of wind power, 600MW of solar energy capacity and 900MW of battery storage. The first stage will be one...

Read More

Hawaii HAWAII'S LARGEST SOLAR BLOCK GOES ONLINE

video

Sep 10, 2019

The sun was shining brightly in Mililani on Tuesday as officials welcomed the the state’s largest collection of solar farms, a trio of sun-powered projects that will generate enough electricity to light up nearly 18,000 homes. Hawaii Gov. David Ige joined officials with Hawaiian Electric Co. and dev...

Read More

A Renewable Energy Solution to Cut Costs and Provide Security A RENEWABLE ENERGY SOLUTION TO CUT COSTS AND PROVIDE SECURITY

video

Sep 10, 2019

With rising energy costs, large manufactures are struggling to stay competitive. What is needed is a stable, clean, and affordable source of energy.

Read More

Solar power to be world’s largest power source by 2035 SOLAR POWER TO BE WORLD’S LARGEST POWER SOURCE BY 2035

blog article

Sep 10, 2019

Solar power is set to become the world’s largest source of power by 2035 as the cost of renewables falls, a new report has found. Publishing its fourth annual analysis of global energy trends, the renewable energy company Statkraft said that solar PV is already the world’s fastest-growing energy sou...

Read More

Implementing Buyer Enablement in Your Sales Enablement Strategy (2019) IMPLEMENTING BUYER ENABLEMENT IN YOUR SALES ENABLEMENT STRATEGY (2019)

blog article

Sep 10, 2019

The majority of the time I only had access to two TV channels, three on a good weather day, and I vividly remember when I first saw a color television. At this time, products and services were limited, and buyer choices were almost non-existent. Fast-forward to 2019. Not only do I have access to hun...

Read More

The Role of Sales in Sales Enablement THE ROLE OF SALES IN SALES ENABLEMENT

blog article

Sep 10, 2019

However, with a regular commute time that consumes a couple of hours each day, I have shifted my focus to podcasts and audiobooks. One of my favorite podcasts is the Inside Sales Enablement series by Scott Santucci and Brian Lambert. In their last episode, they spent time reviewing their thoughts an...

Read More

How to get free power with a custom Solar System HOW TO GET FREE POWER WITH A CUSTOM SOLAR SYSTEM

video

Sep 09, 2019

We looked at several different companies to do our solar panels - Baker just seemed like they were just a step above. They had an amazing team of specialists and great financing programs. The whole process was so easy. We were up and running quickly and with no capital expenditure. Over ten years th...

Read More

What to do about Massachusetts’ Sputtering Solar Market? WHAT TO DO ABOUT MASSACHUSETTS’ SPUTTERING SOLAR MARKET?

blog article

Sep 09, 2019

With solar installations down dramatically in Massachusetts, a national advocacy group is calling for the state to triple its solar energy target to 4,800 MW. In a new report, Vote Solar says that the policy change is crucial if the state expects to meet its clean energy goals and generate solar job...

Read More

Why Floating Solar Is Essential For Our Future WHY FLOATING SOLAR IS ESSENTIAL FOR OUR FUTURE

blog article

Sep 09, 2019

Solar power is already an important energy source and this will only continue to grow in popularity. With the introduction of floating solar now commonly being used to create solar farms, this demonstrates how much we could rely on floating solar in the future. Our blog looks into why floating solar...

Read More

Integrating agriculture and solar generation INTEGRATING AGRICULTURE AND SOLAR GENERATION

video

Sep 08, 2019

Bannerton Solar Park, located alongside an almond orchard in Victoria, is demonstrating the benefits of renewable energy generation on unused agriculture land.

Read More

How to profit from green energy, reducing waste and boosting recycling HOW TO PROFIT FROM GREEN ENERGY, REDUCING WASTE AND BOOSTING RECYCLING

blog article

Sep 05, 2019

The desire to look after the planet better has led to a huge rise in interest in drawing more of the energy we use from renewable and less polluting sources. Yet, for investors this presents a conundrum. The old energy sector - represented by oil, gas, coal and electricity – has been a rich source ...

Read More

The Future of Renewables THE FUTURE OF RENEWABLES

video

Sep 05, 2019

As the demand for clean, sustainable energy grows, cities and towns nationwide are leveraging renewable energy through programs like community solar. CohnReznick and CohnReznick Capital experts discuss this and other innovative trends shaping the future of renewable energy.

Read More

Why Australia Is About to Beat Its Renewable Energy Target WHY AUSTRALIA IS ABOUT TO BEAT ITS RENEWABLE ENERGY TARGET

blog article

Sep 04, 2019

Australia is about to meet its renewable energy goals at lightning speed. The Clean Energy Regulator, the government body responsible for overseeing the targets, announced Wednesday that it has given the thumbs-up to enough energy capacity to meet its target for large-scale grid projects. The goal w...

Read More

THE CHALLENGES OF INTEGRATING RENEWABLE ENERGY SOURCES INTO OFF-GRID POWER SYSTEMS THE CHALLENGES OF INTEGRATING RENEWABLE ENERGY SOURCES INTO OFF-GRID POWER SYSTEMS

blog article

Sep 04, 2019

Off-grid power systems in remote areas generate most of their electricity from fossil fuels. However, these fuels are expensive and have a very negative impact on the environment. Integrating renewable energy sources, like solar and wind power, is an environmentally-friendly solution to the energy n...

Read More

Why California May Go Nuclear WHY CALIFORNIA MAY GO NUCLEAR

blog article

Sep 04, 2019

A California state legislator introduced an amendment to the state’s constitution that would classify nuclear energy as “renewable.” If the amendment passes, it would likely result in the continued operation of the state’s last nuclear plant, Diablo Canyon, well past 2025, its current closure date....

Read More

Free Energy Systems Inter Tied With Power Grid Source FREE ENERGY SYSTEMS INTER TIED WITH POWER GRID SOURCE

video

Sep 03, 2019

The power source of a free energy system could originate from a radiant energy generator, from a magnetic power generator, from a solar cell panel or even from a wind power generator. With the help of advance technology, these free energy systems could possibly produce more power such that an ordina...

Read More

How renewables, natural gas and flat demand led to a drop in CO2 emissions from the U.S. power sector HOW RENEWABLES, NATURAL GAS AND FLAT DEMAND LED TO A DROP IN CO2 EMISSIONS FROM THE U.S. POWER SECTOR

blog article

Sep 03, 2019

Decarbonizing the power sector in the United States will be critical to achieving the goal of a 100% clean economy by 2050 – especially since reaching “net-zero” greenhouse gas emissions across the economy means that other energy-using sectors such as buildings and transport will increasingly need t...

Read More

Could Renewable and Nuclear Energy Be the Key to Fighting Climate Change? COULD RENEWABLE AND NUCLEAR ENERGY BE THE KEY TO FIGHTING CLIMATE CHANGE?

blog article

Sep 03, 2019

One reason nuclear energy is less popular than other forms of energy, Poneman says, is because a country building a nuclear reactor must enter a 100-year customer relationship with a separate country that enriches uranium or it must enrich its own uranium. An Assured Nuclear Fuel Services Initiative...

Read More

100% of EGP operations are powered by renewable sources 100% OF EGP OPERATIONS ARE POWERED BY RENEWABLE SOURCES

video

Sep 02, 2019

Thanks to the wind energy produced by Diamond Vista park in Kansas, Enel Green Power was able to satisfy the energy needs of the company's office in the USA, powering operations with 100% renewable energy.

Read More

Can Technology Drive Sustainability? CAN TECHNOLOGY DRIVE SUSTAINABILITY?

blog article

Sep 02, 2019

Fortunately, demand for sustainable technology is providing incentives to organizations working on a host of new technologies that promise to create a more sustainable future. Here are some of the technologies under heavy development to keep an eye on. Carbon dioxide has been identified as the prima...

Read More

USC To Save $100 Million With Solar + Energy Storage USC TO SAVE $100 MILLION WITH SOLAR + ENERGY STORAGE

blog article

Aug 30, 2019

Queensland Energy Minister Dr Anthony Lynham “flicked the switch” on the University of the Sunshine Coast’s major solar and energy storage rollout yesterday – a project set to save USC a big bundle of bucks. 6,000 solar panels have been installed across the USC campus at Sippy Downs, with a collecti...

Read More

Enel Green Power and Raptor Maps for the increase of solar energy efficiency ENEL GREEN POWER AND RAPTOR MAPS FOR THE INCREASE OF SOLAR ENERGY EFFICIENCY

video

Aug 29, 2019

Enel Green Power in partnership with Raptor Maps is taking the operations and maintenance of solar farms to the next level. Watch the video to learn how Raptor Maps software is supporting to increase the efficiency at our solar farms by combining artificial intelligence, machine learning, advanced a...

Read More

How Smart Grid Technology Is Driving Renewable Energy HOW SMART GRID TECHNOLOGY IS DRIVING RENEWABLE ENERGY

blog article

Aug 29, 2019

The concept of smart grid technology is contributing to the rise in renewable energy as grid integration becomes a key component in making that happen. Renewable energy, whether produced by regional utilities or self-contained enterprises, is thriving, and IoT infrastructure and related technologies...

Read More

Why the New Madison Logic Oracle Eloqua Integration is so Exciting for Marketers WHY THE NEW MADISON LOGIC ORACLE ELOQUA INTEGRATION IS SO EXCITING FOR MARKETERS

video

Aug 29, 2019

Madison Logic is excited to announce a bi-directional integration with Oracle Eloqua, combining best-in-class lead and campaign management skills with Madison Logic’s global reach and advanced targeting. Now Oracle Marketing Automation users are able to align their messaging and targeting throughout...

Read More

States March toward 100% Clean Energy–Who’s Next? STATES MARCH TOWARD 100% CLEAN ENERGY–WHO’S NEXT?

blog article

Aug 28, 2019

One year ago this week, the California legislature passed landmark legislation committing the state’s power providers to supplying 60% of their electricity from renewable energy by 2030 and setting a target of 100% clean, or carbon-free, power by mid century. It was a bold action that significantly ...

Read More

What Would Happen if the World Actually Ran on Renewable Energy? WHAT WOULD HAPPEN IF THE WORLD ACTUALLY RAN ON RENEWABLE ENERGY?

blog article

Aug 28, 2019

The main solution to climate change is well known — stop burning fossil fuels. How to do this is more complicated, but as a scholar who does energy modeling, I and others see the outlines of a post-fossil-fuel future: We make electricity with renewable sources and electrify almost everything. That m...

Read More

Renewable energy capacity surpasses 80 GW mark RENEWABLE ENERGY CAPACITY SURPASSES 80 GW MARK

infographic

Aug 28, 2019

Renewable energy capacity has crossed the 80 GW mark which comprises 29.55 GW solar energy and 36.37 GW wind power. The Central government has set an ambitious target of having 175 GW clean energy capacity by 2022, including 100 GW solar and 60 GW wind energy.

Read More

The Business Case for Drones in Energy Operations. THE BUSINESS CASE FOR DRONES IN ENERGY OPERATIONS.

whitepaper

Aug 28, 2019

More than an industry trend, drone programs truly offer better data to inform business decisions. They provide a practical solution for every day problems facing businesses in power Transmission and Distribution (T&D), Wind, and Solar, and they support business efforts to avoid hazardous man-hours; ...

Read More

7,500 LG Solar Panels Power Major Australian Logistics Centre with 3MW System 7,500 LG SOLAR PANELS POWER MAJOR AUSTRALIAN LOGISTICS CENTRE WITH 3MW SYSTEM

video

Aug 27, 2019

LG Solar today announced the completion of one of the largest installations of roof-mounted solar panels in the Southern Hemisphere, at the Moorebank Logistics Park in Sydney. More than 7,500 LG NeON 2 panels have been installed by Modcol, a leading Australian electrical company that services large-...

Read More

Support the NY Renewables Protection Act SUPPORT THE NY RENEWABLES PROTECTION ACT

video

Aug 27, 2019

Alliance for Clean Energy NY brings legislators and industry leaders on a tour of Brookfield Renewable Hydro facility.

Read More

Researchers Develop A Better Way To Harness The Power Of Solar Panels RESEARCHERS DEVELOP A BETTER WAY TO HARNESS THE POWER OF SOLAR PANELS

blog article

Aug 27, 2019

Researchers at the University of Waterloo have developed a way to better harness the volume of energy collected by solar panels In a new study, the researchers developed an algorithm that increases the efficiency of the solar photovoltaic (PV) system and reduces the volume of power currently being w...

Read More

Florida lawmakers try again for 100-percent clean energy by 2050 FLORIDA LAWMAKERS TRY AGAIN FOR 100-PERCENT CLEAN ENERGY BY 2050

blog article

Aug 27, 2019

The Amazon is burning, Trump skipped out on the G7 climate change meeting, and the rise in global temperatures is helping a flesh-eating bacteria spread. All in all, not a great week for planet Earth. As legislators try to combat climate change on a global and national scale, Florida lawmakers are...

Read More

Solar San Diego California SOLAR SAN DIEGO CALIFORNIA

video

Aug 26, 2019

With solar energy, you could help restore balance to your SDGE utility bills, ensuring you don’t get gouged during those summer months by the utility company. Instead, you get to enjoy energy savings, boosted home value, and a reduced carbon footprint! We’re passionate about bringing more solar powe...

Read More

Unlocking Renewable Energy for All UNLOCKING RENEWABLE ENERGY FOR ALL

blog article

Aug 26, 2019

When I joined Google, in 2007, wind and solar were still nascent technologies, often too expensive to make business sense for most companies. Today, though, we’re living in a whole different world. Clean energy is outcompeting fossil fuels on grids around the globe and companies and organizations ar...

Read More

Solar power could replace all US hydro dams using ‘just 13% of the space’ SOLAR POWER COULD REPLACE ALL US HYDRO DAMS USING ‘JUST 13% OF THE SPACE’

blog article

Aug 26, 2019

Banks of solar panels would be able to replace every electricity-producing dam in the US using just 13% of the space, according to a new study. The researchers say this “surprisingly modest” figure provides a “tantalising” vision of what could be achieved if the nation phased out a power source that...

Read More

Why Warm Weather Is Bad For Solar Panels WHY WARM WEATHER IS BAD FOR SOLAR PANELS

blog article

Aug 22, 2019

Solar power has emerged as the dominant renewable source of energy in many places with a lot of sunny days during any given year. One would think solar would flourish even more spectacularly as the Earth warms—which is what all reports on the topic warn about—but, according to a new study, one would...

Read More

Storage developer buys into Texas wind STORAGE DEVELOPER BUYS INTO TEXAS WIND

blog article

Aug 22, 2019

The portfolio of projects has been acquired from Exelon, a Fortune 100 company deeply involved in conventional energy, especially nuclear, and which is divesting from some of its renewable projects. Glidepath says it will be able to optimise the performance of the wind facilities with on-site batte...

Read More

Reliable Infrastructure for Renewable Energy RELIABLE INFRASTRUCTURE FOR RENEWABLE ENERGY

video

Aug 22, 2019

As renewable energy increases in the form of wind and solar, it is critical that solar and wind farms are equipped with the safest and most reliable infrastructure products. Where Panduit can help is by having the right products with the right solutions engineered to meet your performance requiremen...

Read More

Offshore wind farm to be built in Massachusetts OFFSHORE WIND FARM TO BE BUILT IN MASSACHUSETTS

blog article

Aug 22, 2019

Vineyard Wind have announced that company shareholders have affirmed a commitment to deliver a proposed 800 MW wind farm off the coast of Massachusetts, albeit with a delayed project schedule. This decision follows the 9 August determination by the US Department of the Interior (DOI) to significant...

Read More

Anatomy of Today’s Global Traveler ANATOMY OF TODAY’S GLOBAL TRAVELER

infographic

Aug 22, 2019

Where does the modern traveler come from? Where is s/he going? How does s/he get there? As the world grows ever-smaller, more and more people are traveling to a growing number of places each year. Increasingly, they’re getting there by leveraging digital tools. Savvy travel and hospitality brands ca...

Read More

Crypto containers who are they for renewable energy fit tariff CRYPTO CONTAINERS WHO ARE THEY FOR RENEWABLE ENERGY FIT TARIFF

video

Aug 21, 2019

Do you own solar panels, an AD plant, or other renewable energy infrastructure? If so, you should be intrigued as to why everyone is investing in cryptocurrency and cryptocurrency mining in your sector.

Read More

Creating Content That Improves CX: A Q&A with Lionbridge & Aprimo CREATING CONTENT THAT IMPROVES CX: A Q&A WITH LIONBRIDGE & APRIMO

blog article

Aug 21, 2019

Today’s brands face numerous challenges. They need to create a customized, excellent experience for each and every customer worldwide. To do that, they need to create high-quality, on-target content. They need to create that content quickly, effectively, and for audiences who speak multiple language...

Read More

Lionbridge Brand Video LIONBRIDGE BRAND VIDEO

video

Aug 21, 2019

Our roots began in translation but what we do today goes well beyond – from content creation to linguistics, to artificial intelligence (AI). We create global relevance, driven by humanity and amplified by technology. Connecting our customers with their communities and driving brand awareness.

Read More

Renewable electricity is the solution to the climate crisis RENEWABLE ELECTRICITY IS THE SOLUTION TO THE CLIMATE CRISIS

blog article

Aug 21, 2019

This year at Doane, the Climate Reality Project Campus Corps of Doane University are working to help Doane commit to 100% Renewable Electricity by 2030. There are a number of benefits to pursuing this: lower costs, lower environmental impact, first in the state, etc. Doane was not only the first sch...

Read More

A BUYER’S GUIDE FOR LOCALIZATION SERVICES: A BUYER’S GUIDE FOR LOCALIZATION SERVICES:

whitepaper

Aug 21, 2019

Your localization partner is going to do a deep-dive into your business—so start by diving deep into theirs. Are they an industry-leader with 20 years of experience or a relative newcomer? Will they speak Samoan, Uzbek, or Swahili (and all your customers’ languages)? Can they deliver on-time and on-...

Read More

WHY AI? HOW LANGUAGE & AI SERVICES GO HAND-IN-HAND WHY AI? HOW LANGUAGE & AI SERVICES GO HAND-IN-HAND

whitepaper

Aug 21, 2019

In practice, of course, things are more complicated. Effective translation necessitates a nuanced understanding of (at least) two languages and cultures, both source and target. It requires an understanding of the original content’s goals. It mandates a fluency in tone and subtext as well as vocabul...

Read More

Energy Industry Learning Challenges ENERGY INDUSTRY LEARNING CHALLENGES

infographic

Aug 21, 2019

The energy industry employs approximately 6.5 million Americans today. According to a recent U.S. Energy and Employment Report, approximately 65,000 net new jobs were added in 2018. Today’s global energy sector organizations are struggling to balance talent shortages with changing skillsets. They al...

Read More

FINANCING THE ENERGY TRANSFORMATION FINANCING THE ENERGY TRANSFORMATION

whitepaper

Aug 21, 2019

The energy sector is in the midst of a major global transformation. The falling cost of renewable energy coupled with the widespread use of digitized approaches to managing power generation and energy storage assets has accelerated the arrival of a distributed, intelligent energy ecosystem. Navigant...

Read More

Going Global 101: How Your Competition Can Be Your Best Resource GOING GLOBAL 101: HOW YOUR COMPETITION CAN BE YOUR BEST RESOURCE

blog article

Aug 20, 2019

Lace-up your sneakers and step up to the starting line: you’re ready to reach countless customers in new markets.  You’ve secured your spot in the Global Marketplace (whether by default or design).  But before you sprint away, take a good look around you. You are not alone in this race. You are one ...

Read More

How Kenya is harnessing the wind for green energy HOW KENYA IS HARNESSING THE WIND FOR GREEN ENERGY

video

Aug 20, 2019

The renewable energy sector in Kenya is among the most active in Africa. In Kenya, investment grew from virtually zero in 2009 to US$1.3 billion in 2010 across technologies such as wind, geothermal, small-scale hydro and biofuels.

Read More

What commercial solar project managers need to know to add storage to their offerings WHAT COMMERCIAL SOLAR PROJECT MANAGERS NEED TO KNOW TO ADD STORAGE TO THEIR OFFERINGS

blog article

Aug 20, 2019

With many solar companies getting involved in storage projects, it is crucial that the project team understands the differences between the two technologies. Good project managers use their previous solar experience to anticipate risks that could derail their commercial solar-plus-storage budgets an...

Read More

Wind And Solar Gaining Edge Over Natural Gas WIND AND SOLAR GAINING EDGE OVER NATURAL GAS

blog article

Aug 20, 2019

A new U.S. Dept. of Energy study shows that the cost of generating more power through wind turbines is cheaper now than buying fuel at an expected price from an equivalent natural gas plant. That means wind will become even more competitive in capturing more power capacity in coming years with natur...

Read More

Why We Still Need the Solar ITC WHY WE STILL NEED THE SOLAR ITC

blog article

Aug 20, 2019

The solar ITC currently calls for a 30 percent tax credit for installed solar systems. However, it is scheduled to step down to 26 percent next year. The ITC will then fall to 22 percent in 2021, and permanently go down to 10 percent for commercial and zero percent for residential in 2022. The reduc...

Read More

Time to move away from Natural Gas - Let’s embrace new and existing renewable energy technologies TIME TO MOVE AWAY FROM NATURAL GAS - LET’S EMBRACE NEW AND EXISTING RENEWABLE ENERGY TECHNOLOGIES

blog article

Aug 19, 2019

I believe that we can significantly reduce our reliance on natural gas by utilising the renewable energy technologies that we already have. Traditionally the problem with renewables has been around intermittency, output and cost. They have been unable to produce electricity consistently for long per...

Read More

Wind, Solar & Garbage-to-Energy on Maui? WIND, SOLAR & GARBAGE-TO-ENERGY ON MAUI?

blog article

Aug 19, 2019

Wind and solar energy combined with storage are the cheapest forms of electricity in Hawai`i. There have been efforts to diversify the renewable energy mix by adding a garbage-to-energy facility on Maui and a forest-to-energy facility on the Big Island. Anaergia, a subsidiary UTS Bioenergy, sought t...

Read More

Controversy in Oaxaca, Mexico over Latin America’s biggest wind farm CONTROVERSY IN OAXACA, MEXICO OVER LATIN AMERICA’S BIGGEST WIND FARM

video

Aug 19, 2019

Countries across the world are increasingly looking to renewable energy sources to limit the impact of environmental damage to the planet. Mexico, for example, recently installed Latin America's largest windfarm, but it has caused problems within the local community.

Read More

Indonesia should put more energy into renewable power INDONESIA SHOULD PUT MORE ENERGY INTO RENEWABLE POWER

blog article

Aug 19, 2019

Air pollution is worsening in Jakarta and West Java, while tens of millions of people experienced a day-long blackout earlier this month after gas-powered electricity generators failed and significant proportions of eastern Indonesia have do not have reliable power supplies. So why does Indonesia re...

Read More

Advantages of Solar Panel Homemade Generators ADVANTAGES OF SOLAR PANEL HOMEMADE GENERATORS

video

Aug 18, 2019

With the rising energy costs, people had been forced to look at alternative energy sources, particularly the green energy options. It is quite easy nowadays to have your own homemade generator, with the parts, assembly kits, and teaching manuals available easily even on the Internet. The solar panel...

Read More

Offshore wind powers the opportunity for a new ocean energy resource OFFSHORE WIND POWERS THE OPPORTUNITY FOR A NEW OCEAN ENERGY RESOURCE

blog article

Aug 16, 2019

Interest in offshore wind has exploded in the three years since the Block Island Wind Farm became the first U.S. offshore wind project. States up and down the East Coast have made big commitments to offshore wind, and there are intriguing projects in the works off California’s coast and the Great La...

Read More

The Best Nuclear Power Plants is Our Sun THE BEST NUCLEAR POWER PLANTS IS OUR SUN

infographic

Aug 16, 2019

The best nuclear power plants is our sun fenough sunlight1 hits the earth every minute to satisfy the energy needs of the planet fur one full year

Read More

The UK THE UK'S ANSWER TO ENERGY IS BLOWING IN THE WIND

video

Aug 16, 2019

By 2030, the UK plans to source one-third of it's electricity from offshore wind. We took a trip to to Grimsby, England, to find out more. After thousands of Australians chipped in to Australia's biggest crowd-funding campaign, the abolished Climate Commission has relaunched as the new, independent ...

Read More

CROSS-BORDER WIND PROJECTS PROVIDE OPPORTUNITY CROSS-BORDER WIND PROJECTS PROVIDE OPPORTUNITY

whitepaper

Aug 16, 2019

The price for wind energy in Mexico has become increasingly cost-competitive with U.S. rates. However, with U.S. Production Tax Credits (PTC) set to expire in 2020, Mexico-based projects may become more cost-effective to build and operate. With demand for clean energy growing, cross-border opportuni...

Read More

Wyoming wind farm using more efficient turbines WYOMING WIND FARM USING MORE EFFICIENT TURBINES

blog article

Aug 15, 2019

Bigger, more efficient equipment will allow an electric utility to redevelop Wyoming's first commercial wind farm so it produces the same amount of power with far fewer turbines, an example of the growing feasibility of renewable energy in the top U.S. coal-mining state. Portland, Oregon-based Pacif...

Read More

Can Nuclear Power Be Saved? CAN NUCLEAR POWER BE SAVED?

blog article

Aug 14, 2019

Whither nuclear power? That question has become more important as energy policies evolve to emphasize emissions-free “green” energy and an increased electrification of the U.S. economy. Some environmentalists consider nuclear power to be crucial to reducing carbon emissions; others continue to vehem...

Read More

Best Practices for Implementing the Energy Efficiency Directive(EED) BEST PRACTICES FOR IMPLEMENTING THE ENERGY EFFICIENCY DIRECTIVE(EED)

whitepaper

Aug 14, 2019

The European Union has set an ambitious goal of improving energy efficiency by 20% by 2020. The new Energy Efficiency Directive (EED) offers some best practices on how to identify initiatives with the greatest potential to improve efficiency, how to prioritize efficiency investments, and how to ensu...

Read More

NATURAL GAS: A PARTNER FOR RENEWABLE ENERGY NATURAL GAS: A PARTNER FOR RENEWABLE ENERGY

infographic

Aug 14, 2019

Solar and wind are renewable energy sources that promise zero carbon emissions. However, we still cannot rely on them exclusively for our growing power needs. Sudden drops or rises in output canrefctptoweter quality and even damage expensive For now, renewable energy sources require a storage or co...

Read More

2020 Content Marketing Spectrum 2020 CONTENT MARKETING SPECTRUM

video

Aug 14, 2019

This is a video explainer of the difference between Content Marketing, Branded Content and Native Advertising - with examples to help put it all into context.Accompanying video that tried to separate signal from noise on the different approaches of content in the business.

Read More

CX IN THE AGE OF PRIVACY AND TRUST, PART 3: CAN WE (RE)BUILD TRUST? CX IN THE AGE OF PRIVACY AND TRUST, PART 3: CAN WE (RE)BUILD TRUST?

blog article

Aug 14, 2019

This is the third in a series of articles on creating, maintaining, and optimizing great customer experiences in the context of mounting concerns about privacy and increasingly strict regulations governing data processing. We address topics such as consent strategies, the role of trust, the elements...

Read More

DIVERSE VOICES STRENGTHEN BRAND CHARACTER DIVERSE VOICES STRENGTHEN BRAND CHARACTER

blog article

Aug 14, 2019

What character appears in the most films and television programs? Dracula? God? Santa Claus?  All of those make the top ten list, but none is the correct answer. Satan (or The Devil) is a character is more than 840 projects – more than any other character. If you limit the list to mortals, the Guinn...

Read More

The History of Content Marketing THE HISTORY OF CONTENT MARKETING

infographic

Aug 14, 2019

If you want some insights into where the content marketing industry may be headed, it might just help to take a look at where it’s been. As we pointed out when CMI shared its History of Content Marketing infographic in 2012, brands have been telling their stories to audiences for hundreds of years. ...

Read More

USING CONTENT MARKETING TO GENERATE DEMAND, CREATE NEW AUDIENCES USING CONTENT MARKETING TO GENERATE DEMAND, CREATE NEW AUDIENCES

whitepaper

Aug 14, 2019

Content—and how brands use it to interact with buyers at all stages of the engagement journey—has fundamentally reshaped every business’ go-to-market strategy. This shift has been particularly challenging for “top-of-the-funnel” demand generation marketers, most of who are under tremendous pressure ...

Read More

Green Power Energy Solar System Walkthrough GREEN POWER ENERGY SOLAR SYSTEM WALKTHROUGH

video

Aug 13, 2019

At the commissioning of every solar array, Green Power Energy sends out a customer service representative to walk the homeowner through the system components. This helps to understand the electronics in the house, and also helps the homeowner understand how to reset any issue themselves should a bre...

Read More

How Organic Valley Achieved 100 Percent Renewable Energy HOW ORGANIC VALLEY ACHIEVED 100 PERCENT RENEWABLE ENERGY

blog article

Aug 13, 2019

Tariffs imposed in 2018 have created uncertainty and job losses in the solar industry. While challenging, the silver lining is that the looming threat of more tariffs has inspired companies, states, and businesses to innovate in order to continue to shift the U.S. energy system toward more renewable...

Read More

ARE SOLAR ENERGY INVESTMENT TAX CREDITS LOSING POWER? ARE SOLAR ENERGY INVESTMENT TAX CREDITS LOSING POWER?

blog article

Aug 13, 2019

Solar energy – that perpetual, inexhaustible power source – has been harnessed and used by us to provide heating and cooling in our homes, offices and schools for decades; and, as an alternative to fossil fuels, it has become a potent symbol of conservation. Corralling and using solar energy commerc...

Read More

Solar Panel Maintenance: How to Maximise Your Green Energy SOLAR PANEL MAINTENANCE: HOW TO MAXIMISE YOUR GREEN ENERGY

blog article

Aug 13, 2019

July saw Edinburgh’s hottest ever day on record. As evidence of climate change increases at an alarming rate, using clean energy sources -like solar panels – is more critical than ever. And solar panel maintenance enables you to maximise your output of that green energy. Last month’s record-breaking...

Read More

LG&E and KU - Ford Motor Company, Founding Partner of Solar Share LG&E AND KU - FORD MOTOR COMPANY, FOUNDING PARTNER OF SOLAR SHARE

video

Aug 12, 2019

Building a more sustainable future for Kentucky is a team effort. Thanks to Ford Motor Company, our first major founding partner, along with communities, businesses and residents across the state, LG&E and KU are able to continue growing locally-produced solar energy that’s perfect for those who don...

Read More

How the future is shaping up for the renewable energy market HOW THE FUTURE IS SHAPING UP FOR THE RENEWABLE ENERGY MARKET

blog article

Aug 12, 2019

The renewable energy market could witness tremendous growth in the coming years as new technologies boost efficiency while adoption continues to grow. New technologies are improving electric power generation from renewable energy sources like solar and wind. Meanwhile, emerging markets, especially d...

Read More

Renewable Energy Project List RENEWABLE ENERGY PROJECT LIST

whitepaper

Aug 09, 2019

Salesforce is a cloud pioneer. The cloud runs on electricity, which today comes predominantly from burning fossil fuels -- a major source of global greenhouse gas emissions. Since making our first public commitment to 100% Renewable Energy in 2013, Salesforce has been working toward a clean energy f...

Read More

THE FIVE FACTORS DEFINING BANKABLE DATA THE FIVE FACTORS DEFINING BANKABLE DATA

infographic

Aug 09, 2019

Minimizing your cost of capital to ensure strong economics for your solar project requires use of a bankable solar resource dataset. The following five factors define bankable solar resource datasets: Developed solar radiation models that have been incorporated in standard solar energy and daylighti...

Read More

Global renewable energy investment is slowing down. Should we worry? GLOBAL RENEWABLE ENERGY INVESTMENT IS SLOWING DOWN. SHOULD WE WORRY?

blog article

Aug 09, 2019

Investment in renewable energy around the world is entering a new phase that will require governments and the private sector to re-think the way they develop projects. For the last decade, renewable energy such as solar power and onshore wind has been playing a key role in providing energy access as...

Read More

San Jose Clean Energy, EDP Renewables sign large solar-plus-storage PPA SAN JOSE CLEAN ENERGY, EDP RENEWABLES SIGN LARGE SOLAR-PLUS-STORAGE PPA

blog article

Aug 08, 2019

San Jose Clean Energy (SJCE) and EDP Renewables SA (EDPR), through its fully owned subsidiary EDP Renewables North America, signed a 20-year power purchase agreement for 100 megawatts of new solar energy and 10 MW of battery storage at the Sonrisa Solar Park in Fresno County, California. The project...

Read More

These Giant Wind Turbines, Inspired by Palm Trees, May Be the Future of Renewable Energy THESE GIANT WIND TURBINES, INSPIRED BY PALM TREES, MAY BE THE FUTURE OF RENEWABLE ENERGY

video

Aug 08, 2019

See how University of Virginia researchers, inspired by the structure and resilience of palm trees, are revolutionizing the design of wind turbines to provide more renewable energy in the U.S. and, eventually, around the world.

Read More

Another Sewage Treatment Facility Turns To Solar Energy ANOTHER SEWAGE TREATMENT FACILITY TURNS TO SOLAR ENERGY

blog article

Aug 08, 2019

Queensland’s Unitywater has installed solar panels at its Kenilworth sewage treatment plant and added another interesting green feature. The plant is situated near the small town of Kenilworth in the Mary Valley area of the Sunshine Coast. As far as commercial solar power systems go, the Kenilworth ...

Read More

How many peak sun hours do solar panels need? HOW MANY PEAK SUN HOURS DO SOLAR PANELS NEED?

blog article

Aug 07, 2019

If you're considering purchasing solar panels for your home, you are probably wondering whether or not you receive enough sunlight where you live. You may have also heard that it's not just the total amount of sunlight, but the 'peak sun hours' you get that is a key criterion. In this blog, we expla...

Read More

Solar for Commercial & Industrial Energy Consumers SOLAR FOR COMMERCIAL & INDUSTRIAL ENERGY CONSUMERS

video

Aug 07, 2019

Businesses are struggling with rising energy costs and looking for ways to cut their bottom line without upfront expenditure. One of the quickest and easiest ways for a business to create savings and improve its environmental impact is by utilizing a Power Purchase Agreement, or PPA, to install a so...

Read More

Offshore wind faces challenges OFFSHORE WIND FACES CHALLENGES

blog article

Aug 07, 2019

The offshore wind energy revolution has arrived on American shores. In a relatively short period of time, East Coast states are breaking offshore wind records as they compete with each other over wind power. A recent report, though, by the Business Network for Offshore Wind finds that industry chall...

Read More

Renewables to be 65% of Ireland’s installed capacity by 2030 RENEWABLES TO BE 65% OF IRELAND’S INSTALLED CAPACITY BY 2030

blog article

Aug 06, 2019

Renewable energy (excluding hydropower) is set to account for 65% of the total installed capacity in Ireland in 2030, according to a recent report Ireland Power Market Outlook to 2030, Update 2019 – Market Trends, Regulations, and Competitive Landscape by GlobalData, a leading data and analytics com...

Read More

Anaheim Convention Center Solar Energy System ANAHEIM CONVENTION CENTER SOLAR ENERGY SYSTEM

video

Aug 06, 2019

Borrego Solar completed a 2.4 MW DC Roof-Mounted Solar PV System at the Anaheim Convention Center for the City of Anaheim and the Anaheim Public Utilities. On October 7, 2014, a dedication ceremony was held to celebrate the project's completion. The $5.7 million project managed by Anaheim Public Uti...

Read More

Colombia’s Biggest Wind Power Portfolio to be Purchased by AES Colombia COLOMBIA’S BIGGEST WIND POWER PORTFOLIO TO BE PURCHASED BY AES COLOMBIA

blog article

Aug 06, 2019

Currently owned by Colwind SA, the Jemeiwaa Kai complex consists of five wind farms: Apotolorru, Carrizal, Casa Eléctrica, Irraipa and Jotomana. The five wind farms have a combined power output of almost 650 MW. Currently in the development phase, the farms are candidates to take part in Colombia’s ...

Read More

Shell considers solar panels to power Singapore refinery site SHELL CONSIDERS SOLAR PANELS TO POWER SINGAPORE REFINERY SITE

blog article

Aug 06, 2019

Royal Dutch Shell (RDSa.L) is considering to install solar panels to power its Bukom refining site in Singapore, a company spokeswoman told Reuters on Tuesday. “We are exploring the potential of installing solar panels at our Pulau Bukom Manufacturing Site,” she said, without providing further detai...

Read More

HOW TO HAVE A SOLAR POWER SYSTEM HOW TO HAVE A SOLAR POWER SYSTEM

infographic

Aug 06, 2019

Have enough solar panels to capture the solar radiation required Batteries to store the energy produced by solar panels One solar controller that prevents the batteries to have power when it reaches its max. load It is necesarj a suitable place for the installation, where the solar panels can stay ...

Read More

Why solar power, wind energy and electric vehicles will be the death of the oil industry? WHY SOLAR POWER, WIND ENERGY AND ELECTRIC VEHICLES WILL BE THE DEATH OF THE OIL INDUSTRY?

blog article

Aug 05, 2019

Oil will have to fall to between US $ 9-US $ 10 a barrel in the long term for gasoline to remain competitive with respect to clean energy for transportation, and US $ 17-US $ 19 per barrel for diesel, according to Mark Lewis, director global sustainability analysis in the asset management unit of BN...

Read More

Organic Valley secures 100% renewable power ORGANIC VALLEY SECURES 100% RENEWABLE POWER

blog article

Aug 05, 2019

The cooperative of organic farmers set a commitment in 2017 to reach 100% renewable power, and celebrated reaching the goal on August 1. The new facilities total 12.67 MWdc (megawatts direct current), and are a part of the Butter Solar Portfolio. Organic Valley collaborated with OneEnergy Renewables...

Read More

Windfarm in the mountains 4K WINDFARM IN THE MOUNTAINS 4K

video

Aug 04, 2019

There is something about Wind turbines thing at I find appealing and appreciating. I found miles and miles of wind turbines in the hills of Pennsylvania.

Read More

Renewable Energy Sources: Can They Really Compete Without Subsidies? RENEWABLE ENERGY SOURCES: CAN THEY REALLY COMPETE WITHOUT SUBSIDIES?

blog article

Aug 04, 2019

As the seriousness of the climate crisis and the dangers of fossil fuels become more well-known, the natural push has been towards energy sources that are clean and carbon-free. Renewable energy, including solar, wind, hydropower, geothermal, and more, are often the solution that gets touted as nece...

Read More

To Counteract Trump on Climate, States Set Clean Energy Targets TO COUNTERACT TRUMP ON CLIMATE, STATES SET CLEAN ENERGY TARGETS

blog article

Aug 02, 2019

Wind turbines catch the breeze at a wind farm in Maine. Maine is among the states that this year set ambitious new goals for renewable or zero-carbon electricity. Democratic state lawmakers passed a wave of bills this year they hope will reduce greenhouse gas emissions and combat climate change, eve...

Read More

The Future of Renewable Energy Relies on Innovations Focused on Increasing Output and Decreasing Costs THE FUTURE OF RENEWABLE ENERGY RELIES ON INNOVATIONS FOCUSED ON INCREASING OUTPUT AND DECREASING COSTS

whitepaper

Aug 02, 2019

According to the International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA), the costs of renewable energy have fallen significantly in recent years, helping to advance the industry quickly. But apparently not quickly enough, as that same agency estimated in May of 2018 that renewable energy only represents abou...

Read More

How Solar Panels Impact Your Commercial Roof System HOW SOLAR PANELS IMPACT YOUR COMMERCIAL ROOF SYSTEM

infographic

Aug 02, 2019

With the need for sustainable energy ever growing, some people turn to solar panels as a potential solution. The overall impact of these solar array systems needs to be taken into consideration; this includes more than just potential cost savings. If the proper steps are not taken, solar panels can ...

Read More

How does shade, salt, and wind effect a solar power system on the Central Coast? HOW DOES SHADE, SALT, AND WIND EFFECT A SOLAR POWER SYSTEM ON THE CENTRAL COAST?

video

Aug 01, 2019

Some of the homes that we come to have partial shading and it might just be in the morning. But the middle of the day and the afternoon is optimum for solar. Some of the way we can overcome that shade is using individual panel management. Where every panel works independent from the next.

Read More

How American Cities Score on Clean Energy HOW AMERICAN CITIES SCORE ON CLEAN ENERGY

blog article

Aug 01, 2019

Earlier this year, Washington, D.C., approved what was then the most ambitious climate bill in the nation, requiring utility providers to switch to 100 percent renewable energy by 2032. Boston, meanwhile, continued pushing its stringent energy-disclosure ordinance, which since 2013 has required owne...

Read More

How the sun can work for manufacturers with solar panels HOW THE SUN CAN WORK FOR MANUFACTURERS WITH SOLAR PANELS

blog article

Aug 01, 2019

The forecast of possible 100-degree days in mid-July in the Chicago area might have been more newsworthy but for the fact that successive days of more than 90-degree temperatures is plenty hot enough already. At some point it doesn’t matter much anymore. Of course, working in the heat is much differ...

Read More

Wind Power A Cleaner, Breezier Future WIND POWER A CLEANER, BREEZIER FUTURE

infographic

Aug 01, 2019

The United States reached more than 61 gw/h in wind power capacity. Wind power or wind energy is the use of air flow through wind turbines to provide the mechanical power to turn electric generators and traditionally to do other work, like milling or pumping. Wind poweris a sustainable and renewable...

Read More

SOLAR MODULE SOILING SOLAR MODULE SOILING

whitepaper

Aug 01, 2019

Environmental factors such as wind, rain and module temperature all affect photovoltaic plant performance but, in many environments, PV module soiling has the greatest impact on performance. Soiling results in a reduced level of energy production, often up to 20 % over a year, due to the accumulatio...

Read More

The Wind Energy Workforce in the United States THE WIND ENERGY WORKFORCE IN THE UNITED STATES

whitepaper

Jul 31, 2019

As part of an in-depth look at the U.S. wind energy workforce, researchers at the National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) published A National Skills Assessment of the U.S. Wind Industry in 2012 (Leventhal and Tegen 2013). This report enumerated the size of the wind workforce by occupation; the ...

Read More

Solar Panel Installation - 2122 Rim Rd, Bradbury, CA SOLAR PANEL INSTALLATION - 2122 RIM RD, BRADBURY, CA

video

Jul 31, 2019

Ever wondered how solar panels are installed? O&M Solar Services hired us to do inspections on their new solar panels. Watch as they demonstrate their professionalism as they install these panels, saving their client thousands of dollars in the long run, on a home valued over $1 million.

Read More

New York’s Green New Deal NEW YORK’S GREEN NEW DEAL

blog article

Jul 31, 2019

New York is the fourth most populous state in the US and its third-largest economy. Now it is poised to adopt the country’s most ambitious climate targets, including 100 percent carbon-free electricity by 2040 and economy-wide, net-zero carbon emissions by 2050. The Climate Leadership and Community ...

Read More

HOUSEHOLD ENERGY HOUSEHOLD ENERGY

infographic

Jul 31, 2019

Households need energy to power numerous home devices and equipment, but on average, more than half (51% in 2015) of a household's annual energy Household Energy and Carbon Footprint. In general, energy comes to your home in three forms:

Read More

Is Doomsday Nearing for Australia’s Renewable Energy? IS DOOMSDAY NEARING FOR AUSTRALIA’S RENEWABLE ENERGY?

blog article

Jul 31, 2019

In the recent article on the Australian Renewable Energy space, we have stated that the current Morrison government is optimistic towards Australia’s successful transition into becoming the new energy future. The knockout Underwriting New Generation Investments Program has been thriving towards achi...

Read More

Global Market Outlook For Solar Power GLOBAL MARKET OUTLOOK FOR SOLAR POWER

whitepaper

Jul 31, 2019

This Global Market Outlook 2019 – 2023 is a manifesto of our successful work that has only been possible through close cooperation with our members: companies active across all parts of the solar value chain from around the world, and national solar and storage associations from many European countr...

Read More

When a wind turbine performance upgrade isn’t what it seems WHEN A WIND TURBINE PERFORMANCE UPGRADE ISN’T WHAT IT SEEMS

blog article

Jul 30, 2019

Over the past year, many of our customers have been approached by wind turbine manufacturers offering upgrade packages. Many upgrades are software updates, and some include hardware such as Vortex generators, which are attached to wind turbine blades and aim to improve the power, loads and the servi...

Read More

Where is the utility scale solar in PA? WHERE IS THE UTILITY SCALE SOLAR IN PA?

blog article

Jul 30, 2019

Pennsylvania is and always has been a powerhouse–literally–in terms of energy production. But when it comes to solar energy, Pennsylvania is lagging significantly behind some of our neighboring states, most notably New Jersey. This is not due to a lack of natural resources—since Pennsylvania has a...

Read More

Should Tesla Give Up On Solar? SHOULD TESLA GIVE UP ON SOLAR?

blog article

Jul 30, 2019

When earlier this year Wood Mackenzie reported Tesla’s share of the solar installations market had fallen to just 6.3 percent during the first quarter, it was a bright red flag. Now, there is another one: Tesla’s solar installations for the second quarter fell to an all-time low of 29 MW. Bloomberg’...

Read More

Is It A Good Idea To Buy Used Solar Panels? IS IT A GOOD IDEA TO BUY USED SOLAR PANELS?

blog article

Jul 30, 2019

Discarded photovoltaic panels pose a quandary for waste managers because they contain both low levels of toxic heavy metals, and valuable elements like silver and tellurium, so they probably shouldn’t just go into a landfill with ordinary refuse like diapers and styrofoam. And as residential panels ...

Read More

Solar Panels Powering Penguin Parade Visitor Centre SOLAR PANELS POWERING PENGUIN PARADE VISITOR CENTRE

blog article

Jul 30, 2019

A new $58.2 million visitor centre on Victoria’s Phillip Island featuring a large-scale solar panel installation was officially opened last week by Premier Daniel Andrews and Minister for Environment, Energy and Climate Change Lily D’Ambrosio. The 200kW system was installed by Gipplsand Solar, which...

Read More

Top Solar Contractor for Business in San Diego California 2019 TOP SOLAR CONTRACTOR FOR BUSINESS IN SAN DIEGO CALIFORNIA 2019

video

Jul 30, 2019

Baker Electric continues to be one of the nation’s most influential full-service solar contractors and electrical subcontractors, once again ranking well on Solar Power World’s 2019.

Read More

Get the Best Solar Panel Installation Service in Costa Mesa GET THE BEST SOLAR PANEL INSTALLATION SERVICE IN COSTA MESA

video

Jul 30, 2019

Costa Mesa is known for world-class shopping and dining and for having beautiful beaches to visit. The city has great weather the entire year and the weather comes with a whole lot of sunshine. Perfect for Solar! At Semper Solaris, we are a veteran-owned and operated company. This means that we stri...

Read More

WIND AND SOLAR FACILITIES WIND AND SOLAR FACILITIES

whitepaper

Jul 30, 2019

This wind and solar farm business supply chain directory has been created to outline the breadth of companies currently operating or with the capability to establish or operate renewable energy sector facilities. The directory aims to facilitate the increased use of Victorian manufactured goods and ...

Read More

Power Generation Industry Hazards POWER GENERATION INDUSTRY HAZARDS

infographic

Jul 30, 2019

Though many living in North America may not realize it, the power plants, wind farms, and solar panels scattered throughout the continent are the bedrock of modern life. Without the power generated by legacy industries like coal and natural gas, or more modern renewable energy sources like wind or h...

Read More

Construction of Kangnas wind farm in South Africa in good course CONSTRUCTION OF KANGNAS WIND FARM IN SOUTH AFRICA IN GOOD COURSE

blog article

Jul 29, 2019

The construction works on Kangnas wind farm project situated approximately 46 km outside of Springbok, in the Northern Cape’s Nama Khoi Municipal area, South Africa, is moving on swiftly. This after the contractor simultaneously completed the erection of the first of its 61 wind turbines and its fin...

Read More

YPF LUZ PLANS TO ADD 400 MW OF WIND POWER IN 2020 IN ARGENTINA YPF LUZ PLANS TO ADD 400 MW OF WIND POWER IN 2020 IN ARGENTINA

blog article

Jul 29, 2019

Argentina’s electricity generation company YPF Luz is planning to expand its wind energy production. As per reports, the company will add around 400 MW of wind energy in 2020 in order to serve large private users via long terms contracts. The renewable energy generation company is also assessing a s...

Read More

Is This The Solar Technology Of The Future? IS THIS THE SOLAR TECHNOLOGY OF THE FUTURE?

blog article

Jul 29, 2019

While researchers and scientists look at innovative ways to make solar panels more efficient and cost-competitive, others have come up with a solar technology with a bonus—free drinking water. Researchers at the King Abdullah University of Science and Technology (KAUST) in Saudi Arabia have develop...

Read More

Understanding geothermal power UNDERSTANDING GEOTHERMAL POWER

infographic

Jul 29, 2019

Geothermal energy is the heat in the rock beneath our feet – we’re planning to use it at Eden. Explore our infographic to find out why geothermal has such potential as a renewable energy source.

Read More

How solar panels can protect dealerships in Canada HOW SOLAR PANELS CAN PROTECT DEALERSHIPS IN CANADA'S HAILSTORM ALLEY

blog article

Jul 29, 2019

In 2015 at his three dealerships in the heart of Alberta’s Hailstorm Alley, Garrett Scott felt Mother Nature’s wrath: 600 vehicles damaged with an average claim of $11,000. “We got clobbered in ’15,” the Red Deer dealer principal said. “Even with the insurance, it still cost me money.” Scott owns ...

Read More

South Australian Renewable Energy Policy Discussion Paper Released SOUTH AUSTRALIAN RENEWABLE ENERGY POLICY DISCUSSION PAPER RELEASED

blog article

Jul 29, 2019

South Australia’s State Planning Commission has released a discussion paper proposing new planning policies for the state’s large-scale renewable energy sector. SA’s love affair with large-scale renewables shows no signs of cooling off. As we recently mentioned, South Australian Energy Minister Dan ...

Read More

Why solar power is cheaper than grid WHY SOLAR POWER IS CHEAPER THAN GRID

blog article

Jul 29, 2019

When Mama Sofi came to my office, she seemed to me like any walk-in client interested in a solar appliance. Her nonchalance and calm demeanour did not attract the attention of most client service officers in the showroom. When I met her, her calmness was instantly replaced with a monologue of one an...

Read More

The Solar Commission A bright future: opportunities for UK innovation in solar energy THE SOLAR COMMISSION A BRIGHT FUTURE: OPPORTUNITIES FOR UK INNOVATION IN SOLAR ENERGY

whitepaper

Jul 29, 2019

The global energy system is undergoing a revolution. Centralised fossil fuel power plants are being replaced by decentralised renewable generation and smart, flexible operation of the system. This shift is being driven by rapid technological advances, business innovation, and the imperative to decar...

Read More

New windfarms in Victoria - Berrybank sod turning NEW WINDFARMS IN VICTORIA - BERRYBANK SOD TURNING

video

Jul 28, 2019

The Australian Wind Alliance covers the opening of important investment in wind farms in Victoria and talks to some of the farmers and councils who will benefit from this clean energy in their community.

Read More

Sustainability Innovation’s new frontier SUSTAINABILITY INNOVATION’S NEW FRONTIER

infographic

Jul 26, 2019

sustainability is starting to transform laboratories and change the way researchers and scientists approach products, technologies, processes, and supply chains. At a time of unprecedented scientific opportunity driven by advances in technology across engineering, physics, bioagriculture, and biomed...

Read More

The Sustainable Development Goals Report 2019 THE SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT GOALS REPORT 2019

whitepaper

Jul 26, 2019

The report demonstrates that progress is being made in some critical areas, and that some favorable trends are evident. Extreme poverty has declined considerably, the under-5 mortality rate fell by 49 per cent between 2000 and 2017, immunizations have saved millions of lives, and the vast majority o...

Read More

From fossil fuels to sustainable futures: an (almost) virtuous circle FROM FOSSIL FUELS TO SUSTAINABLE FUTURES: AN (ALMOST) VIRTUOUS CIRCLE

blog article

Jul 25, 2019

Say it loud and clear. The technology is “absolutely there” now for humanity to switch over to using huge amounts of renewable energy, reliably, says Wärtsilä VP for Europe Melle Kruisdijk. Then again, if you’re not reading this site for the very first time, you probably already know that. So why ha...

Read More

Highly Efficient Solar to Fuel Conversion HIGHLY EFFICIENT SOLAR TO FUEL CONVERSION

video

Jul 25, 2019

Sequential series multijunction dye‐sensitized solar cells (SSM‐DSCs) can power solar‐to‐fuel processes with a single illuminated area device. Dye selection and strategies limiting photon losses are critical in SSM‐DSC devices for higher performance systems.

Read More

How Solar Panels Are Becoming Affordable HOW SOLAR PANELS ARE BECOMING AFFORDABLE

blog article

Jul 25, 2019

Researchers from around the world have been working on solar energy conversion to electricity by photovoltaic panels for decades. Many experts believe that humankind is currently on the brink of a revolution in solar power technology, with perovskites now being used in solar panels alongside convent...

Read More

Can American utilities profit from the energy transition? CAN AMERICAN UTILITIES PROFIT FROM THE ENERGY TRANSITION?

blog article

Jul 25, 2019

It is hard to ignore the wind hurtling across the green expanse of southern Minnesota. On highways, gusts nudge cars. Corn stalks shimmy in the breeze. And towering overhead, white turbines twirl. xcel Energy bought its first wind farm in the state in 2008. The utility’s turbines now stretch to the ...

Read More

How are tariffs impacting the wind energy industry HOW ARE TARIFFS IMPACTING THE WIND ENERGY INDUSTRY

blog article

Jul 25, 2019

The wind energy industry, and green energy, in general, are growing exponentially as consumers and professionals alike realize the impending threat of climate change is quickly becoming our new reality. Unfortunately, the trade war with China and the threat of tariffs on materials imported from Mexi...

Read More

Victorian Government Releases Final Large-Scale Solar Guideline VICTORIAN GOVERNMENT RELEASES FINAL LARGE-SCALE SOLAR GUIDELINE

blog article

Jul 25, 2019

New planning guidelines for large-scale solar farms in Victoria were released by the Andrews Labor Government yesterday, but they may be still some way off from having teeth. The development of the guidelines was in part triggered by various Victorian councils finding it challenging to arrive at dec...

Read More

THE IMPACT OF WIND ENERGY ON WILDIFE AND THE ENVIRONMENT THE IMPACT OF WIND ENERGY ON WILDIFE AND THE ENVIRONMENT

whitepaper

Jul 25, 2019

This publication focuses on a topic that has previously been a taboo for policymakers, but also for nature conservation organisations in Germany. The environmentally destructive effects of renewable energies has never been widely discussed – mainly because they are seen as reducing carbon dioxide em...

Read More

Energy Efficiency & Sustainable Building ENERGY EFFICIENCY & SUSTAINABLE BUILDING

infographic

Jul 25, 2019

Energy efficient modernization solutions The Crystal is a sustainable cities initiative by Siemens. It is an all-electric building that uses solar power and ground source heat pumps to generate its own energy Energy consumption and greenhouse gas emissions caused by Cities worldwide

Read More

Applying artificial intelligence in solar energy APPLYING ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE IN SOLAR ENERGY

video

Jul 24, 2019

In this insight, we explore how the application of artificial intelligence-driven solar forecasting to the operation of solar power plants could improve the efficiency of solar power by better managing one of the most significant impediments to its constancy: weather variability.

Read More

Why a 100% clean economy is both achievable and necessary WHY A 100% CLEAN ECONOMY IS BOTH ACHIEVABLE AND NECESSARY

blog article

Jul 24, 2019

Demand is building for climate change solutions — driven by stronger storms, raging wildfires, and a rising awareness that our future is at stake. Without action, we face ever-more devastating impacts on our economy, our health and the world we leave our children. The good news is that we can protec...

Read More

Black plastics could create renewable energy BLACK PLASTICS COULD CREATE RENEWABLE ENERGY

blog article

Jul 24, 2019

Research from Swansea University has found how plastics commonly found in food packaging can be recycled to create new materials like wires for electricity - and could help to reduce the amount of plastic waste in the future. While a small proportion of the hundreds of types of plastics can be recyc...

Read More

THE PROS, CONS AND FUTURE OF WIND ENERGY THE PROS, CONS AND FUTURE OF WIND ENERGY

infographic

Jul 24, 2019

A BRAND NEW bladeless wind turbine that utilizes the swirling motion of the wind to shake the structure back and forth. At the base of the cone are two rings of repelling magnets and when the structure sways one way the magnets go the other which creates kinetic energy that is turned into electricit...

Read More

Shortlist For Queensland’s Renewables 400 Reverse Auction Announced SHORTLIST FOR QUEENSLAND’S RENEWABLES 400 REVERSE AUCTION ANNOUNCED

blog article

Jul 24, 2019

Queensland Energy Minister Dr Anthony Lynham announced this morning CleanCo would commence trading in the national electricity market on October 31 and complete the Government’s Renewables 400 reverse auction. CleanCo is the state’s new publicly-owned low- and zero-emissions focused electricity gene...

Read More

Workforce Development for U.S. Hydropower: Key Trends and Findings WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT FOR U.S. HYDROPOWER: KEY TRENDS AND FINDINGS

whitepaper

Jul 24, 2019

The authors thank Hoyt Battey and Allison Johnson from the U.S. Department of Energy Water Power Technologies Office for their vision and guidance, which drove the production of this report. We also thank Navigant Consulting, Inc., including Jay Paidipati, Greg Chung, Ariel Esposito, and Rachel Mart...

Read More

The Real Cost Of Renewables In The U.S. THE REAL COST OF RENEWABLES IN THE U.S.

blog article

Jul 23, 2019

If all goes well, one of California’ large municipally owned electric utilities, the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power (LADWP) will sign a contract with a combined solar power farm and storage battery operator. This proposed power purchase would provide enough electricity to supply 7% of the...

Read More

Solar Installation in Ridgecrest, California SOLAR INSTALLATION IN RIDGECREST, CALIFORNIA

video

Jul 23, 2019

Robert from Ridgecrest, California was fed up with paying high rates to his utility company for electricity, so he decided to make the switch to solar with Green Solar Technologies. His solar panel system was able to withstand a 7.1 earthquake in Ridgecrest, CA.

Read More

Genneia and PAE join in a wind energy project in Argentina GENNEIA AND PAE JOIN IN A WIND ENERGY PROJECT IN ARGENTINA

blog article

Jul 23, 2019

The companies Genneia and Pan American Energy (PAE), two of the largest players in the country’s energy sector, reached an agreement for the joint development of two wind power generation projects near the city of Puerto Madryn in Chubut. The estimated investment will be around US $ 190 million, to ...

Read More

SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT, ENERGY & CLIMATE CHANGE SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT, ENERGY & CLIMATE CHANGE

infographic

Jul 23, 2019

The VNR or Voluntary National Reviews report is an analysis of progress under various initiatives in the country Therefore the Fifteenth Finance Commission Terms of Reference outlined climate change as an important aspect for consideration In view of this, India needs to build inherent adaptive capa...

Read More

Solar Cogeneration in Context SOLAR COGENERATION IN CONTEXT

whitepaper

Jul 23, 2019

Solar cogeneration captures and converts up to 80% of the sun’s incident energy into both electricity and hot water within a single solar array. This integration of photovoltaic (PV) and solar hot water (SHW) technology into one system makes solar cogen by far the most costeffective and environmenta...

Read More

Development Application Approved For Pallamana Solar Farm DEVELOPMENT APPLICATION APPROVED FOR PALLAMANA SOLAR FARM

blog article

Jul 23, 2019

It’s been reported the development application for a proposed large-scale solar + storage facility near Murray Bridge in South Australia has been given the thumbs-up. While the SA Planning Portal was indicating RES Australia’s development application for Pallamana Solar Farm was still under assessme...

Read More

Are we Approaching a Hybrid Solar+Storage Future? ARE WE APPROACHING A HYBRID SOLAR+STORAGE FUTURE?

blog article

Jul 22, 2019

As grid-scale storage continues to grow, most installations are not standalone, but instead are coupled with an adjacent renewable project like solar PV. The wave of hybrid projects is taking the industry by storm - it seems like every week there is a new announcement. However, power grids in most ...

Read More

Kenya launches Africa KENYA LAUNCHES AFRICA'S LARGEST WIND FARM

blog article

Jul 22, 2019

Kenya has launched Africa's largest wind farm, a move that should bring the nation closer to its ambitious goal of 100 percent green energy by 2020. Lake Turkana Wind Power includes 365 turbines in northern Kenya near Lake Turkana, a remote area with strong winds. It's estimated to produce about 310...

Read More

Modernizing New York’s Energy System MODERNIZING NEW YORK’S ENERGY SYSTEM

blog article

Jul 22, 2019

Any reasonably objective observer of the energy business can see the desperate need for change in our energy system. In the past week or so, we’ve seen political instability threaten supplies of oil from the Mideast as Iran seized a British oil tanker. Here in New York City we saw a blackout last we...

Read More

Why Is U.S. Demand For Solar Panels Booming? WHY IS U.S. DEMAND FOR SOLAR PANELS BOOMING?

blog article

Jul 22, 2019

Solar modules prices in the United States have reversed in recent months the trend of steady declines of the past few years, as many U.S. solar companies are hoarding panels to take advantage of the full solar subsidy that is set to step down beginning next year. Due to high demand, the price of s...

Read More

EDF Renewables Bluemex Solar EDF RENEWABLES BLUEMEX SOLAR

video

Jul 22, 2019

Located in Sonora, Mexico, the Bluemex Power Solar site encompasses over 400 hectares, has created 900 jobs during the construction phase, more than 365,00 solar modules installed and reforested 37,000 plants. Generating reliable energy, jobs and revenue is what we do best.

Read More

Solar Energy Project at El Dorado Hills CSD SOLAR ENERGY PROJECT AT EL DORADO HILLS CSD

video

Jul 22, 2019

El Dorado Hills and patrons for understanding the impacts as we delivered on this monumental project for the Community. We want to thank our Board of Directors for supporting a project of this magnitude. It takes a Community that cares about the environment, our future, and what the District is doin...

Read More

Scotland’s wind power can provide energy for ‘millions of homes’ SCOTLAND’S WIND POWER CAN PROVIDE ENERGY FOR ‘MILLIONS OF HOMES’

blog article

Jul 22, 2019

The figures, provided by Weather Energy, show that between January and June wind turbines provided 9,831,320MWh, which is enough electricity to power the equivalent of 4.47million homes for those six months. In Scotland, there are 2.46 million households and in English local authority areas north of...

Read More

Onsite Solar For Business ONSITE SOLAR FOR BUSINESS

whitepaper

Jul 22, 2019

Solar for business is top of mind among CEOs, CFOs, and COOs around the world. Commercial electricity costs are high, and they’re only getting higher. That’s why businesses across the country are turning to solar to reduce operating expenses and reinvest that savings in their business. If your busin...

Read More

WIND CAPACITY WIND CAPACITY

infographic

Jul 22, 2019

All Visegrad 4 countries are at the end of the EU ranking list in relation to the utilization of the country specific wind potential. Even though for instance in Hungary the average wind speed is similar to Spain, proportionately Spain has 15-times bigger built in capacity. Hungary – where no new pr...

Read More

What is Solar WHAT IS SOLAR

video

Jul 21, 2019

video describe about what is solar energy and how it is very useful to us and describe some more fact about solar. Solar comes under green energy because it generate without harming the nature.

Read More

Clean energy initiatives should be transparent and local CLEAN ENERGY INITIATIVES SHOULD BE TRANSPARENT AND LOCAL

blog article

Jul 21, 2019

A group that has been trying for years to hijack Ohio tax dollars via the ballot is back, and this time they may manage to get in front of voters. Unfortunately, the latest pitch is, like the previous attempts, a bad one. This time they’re aiming lower, at the city of Columbus’ budget. The group cal...

Read More

What does the future hold for solar? WHAT DOES THE FUTURE HOLD FOR SOLAR?

blog article

Jul 21, 2019

For the Sustainable Living Center, the spring and summer months bring many opportunities to interact with the public at community events. We get many questions on a variety of sustainability topics, and we share information and ideas to, hopefully, inspire and help bring about change. However, quest...

Read More

GE agrees major wind turbine deals in Turkey GE AGREES MAJOR WIND TURBINE DEALS IN TURKEY

blog article

Jul 19, 2019

The first project in Turkey that GE Renewable Energy announced earlier this month concerns the first order in Turkey for GE’s Cypress platform, the company’s largest onshore wind turbine in the field. GE Renewable Energy has been selected by Borusan EnBW Enerji to provide 27 Cypress units for the 1...

Read More

Turkey must move toward clean energy for the future TURKEY MUST MOVE TOWARD CLEAN ENERGY FOR THE FUTURE

blog article

Jul 19, 2019

Turkey must move toward renewable, clean energy sources to help stave off climate change, the country's Chamber of Environmental Engineers chief said on Wednesday. In an exclusive interview with Anadolu Agency (AA), Baran Bozoğlu said Turkey relied on fossil fuels for 88 percent of its energy needs....

Read More

Inquiry Into Sustainability Of Energy Supply And Resources In NSW INQUIRY INTO SUSTAINABILITY OF ENERGY SUPPLY AND RESOURCES IN NSW

blog article

Jul 19, 2019

A new inquiry by the New South Wales Legislative Assembly’s Environment and Planning Committee is delving into the economic opportunities for renewables in the state, and how to support communities affected by changing resource markets. Announced on Wednesday by Committee Chair Alex Greenwich MP, th...

Read More

Expiring U.S. solar subsidy spurs rush for panels EXPIRING U.S. SOLAR SUBSIDY SPURS RUSH FOR PANELS

blog article

Jul 19, 2019

America’s biggest solar power developers are stockpiling panels to lock in a 30% federal tax credit set to start phasing out next year, a strategy that could backfire if projects do not materialize or panel prices slide substantially. Duke Energy, 8minute Solar Energy and Shell-backed Silicon Ranch ...

Read More

OFFSHORE WIND MARKET OFFSHORE WIND MARKET

infographic

Jul 19, 2019

Rising energy demand coupled with increasing share of renewable energy in the power generation mix, Energy efficiency mandates and government incentives. The cost of energy from offshore wind has been falling dramatically in the recent years. There were also " subsidy-free" offshore wind auctio...

Read More

Transformers for renewables for transforming the future of energy TRANSFORMERS FOR RENEWABLES FOR TRANSFORMING THE FUTURE OF ENERGY

video

Jul 18, 2019

Today, renewables are the fastest growing sources of energy worldwide due to the increasing realization of their benefits. ABB offers a complete range of transformers for renewables that are specially optimized to enhance energy efficiency, mitigate project and operational risks, incorporating the m...

Read More

Can solar modules stand up to hail? CAN SOLAR MODULES STAND UP TO HAIL?

video

Jul 18, 2019

In this "Ask Our SkyFire Solar Specialist" series, we will be answering the most frequently asked questions about solar. Our solar specialists are here to bust myths that have been made about solar and shed some light on key questions that arise when people are considering solar to meet their energy...

Read More

Safety is Everyone SAFETY IS EVERYONE'S PRIORITY AT EDF RENEWABLES

video

Jul 18, 2019

Safety is EDF Renewables’ first core value -- creating a workplace focused on the health and well-being of our employees, the environment, our customers and the communities where we do business. We recently spoke with technicians and supervisors at our Catalina Solar and Pacific Wind facilities in K...

Read More

The rise of clean energy and the slow, steady death of coal THE RISE OF CLEAN ENERGY AND THE SLOW, STEADY DEATH OF COAL

blog article

Jul 18, 2019

Even with established energy efficiency measures put in place, along with a growing number of customer owned distributed, small-scale renewable energy projects such as residential and commercial solar rooftop systems, electricity demand continues to rise in certain global markets. Over the past few ...

Read More

Does renewables pioneer Germany risk running out of power? DOES RENEWABLES PIONEER GERMANY RISK RUNNING OUT OF POWER?

blog article

Jul 18, 2019

Germany, a poster child for responsible energy, is renouncing nuclear and coal. The problem is, say many power producers and grid operators, it may struggle to keep the lights on. The country, the biggest electricity market in the European Union, is abandoning nuclear power by 2022 due to safety con...

Read More

U.S. solar sector launches lobbying push to preserve key subsidy U.S. SOLAR SECTOR LAUNCHES LOBBYING PUSH TO PRESERVE KEY SUBSIDY

blog article

Jul 18, 2019

The U.S. solar industry on Wednesday kicked off a lobbying push aimed at convincing Congress to extend a generous tax credit for solar energy systems that is set to begin phasing out next year. In a letter sent to congressional lawmakers and signed by more than 900 solar companies, the Solar Energy ...

Read More

Drones in Energy Wind Turbine Inspections DRONES IN ENERGY WIND TURBINE INSPECTIONS

whitepaper

Jul 18, 2019

The commercial adoption of drones is growing quickly, and the wind industry is no exception. Drones provide a practical solution for the inspection of wind turbines, as well as associated infrastructure such as feeder poles, collector lines, and electrical substations. Drones support business effort...

Read More

Sustainable Energy for All - What Will It Take? SUSTAINABLE ENERGY FOR ALL - WHAT WILL IT TAKE?

infographic

Jul 18, 2019

What will it take to meet the Sustainable Energy for All goals for energy access, renewable energy, and energy efficiency by 2030? The Global Tracking Initiative combines the work of 15 international organizations to show where the world is today in energy access, renewable energy, and energy effici...

Read More

Corporate America Fuels Demand for Renewable Energy CORPORATE AMERICA FUELS DEMAND FOR RENEWABLE ENERGY

video

Jul 17, 2019

As the federal government retreats from dealing with climate change, major parts of corporate America are moving forward anyway. Some of the largest companies in the United States are pushing for renewable energy, when even local authorities are not. VOA's Steve Baragona has more.

Read More

xStorage Home with solar energy and EV chargers – An enabler for the future energy market XSTORAGE HOME WITH SOLAR ENERGY AND EV CHARGERS – AN ENABLER FOR THE FUTURE ENERGY MARKET

video

Jul 17, 2019

Discover how xStorage Home, combined with solar panels and EV chargers, enables end users to optimize energy consumption, lower energy bills and maximize consumption of the solar energy they locally produce. This is part of the EU-project INVADE.

Read More

THE FUTURE LOOKS BRIGHTER AS SUSTAINABLE ENERGY INCREASES SHARE IN GLOBAL ENERGY CAPACITY THE FUTURE LOOKS BRIGHTER AS SUSTAINABLE ENERGY INCREASES SHARE IN GLOBAL ENERGY CAPACITY

blog article

Jul 17, 2019

Acceptance towards Renewable energy worldwide has created an upheaval in the existing energy industry, giving sustainable energy sector more and more market share every year. Last year global Renewable energy growth was phenomenal, which showcased 171 GW of new capacity addition. Although, last year...

Read More

​Scotland is generating so much wind energy, it could power all its homes twice ​SCOTLAND IS GENERATING SO MUCH WIND ENERGY, IT COULD POWER ALL ITS HOMES TWICE

blog article

Jul 17, 2019

Scotland's wind turbines have generated enough electricity this year to power all of its homes twice over, according to Weather Energy. In the first half of 2019, Scotland's wind turbines produced more than 9.8 million megawatt-hours of electricity, which is about enough to power 4.47 million homes....

Read More

Greece Solar Energy Snapshot GREECE SOLAR ENERGY SNAPSHOT

whitepaper

Jul 17, 2019

Greece has been making headlines recently with its energy sector reforms and newly awoken solar PV market. The country’s solar energy capacity skyrocketed in 2013, when the country added more than 1 GW of new solar PV capacity. However, due to retroactive cuts, the market remained stagnant for years...

Read More

Extracting Heat From the Earth to Generate Sustainable Power EXTRACTING HEAT FROM THE EARTH TO GENERATE SUSTAINABLE POWER

infographic

Jul 17, 2019

While a largely untapped resource, EGS could play a critical role in America’s energy future. Whereas traditional geothermal systems are largely limited to deployment in the western United States, EGS can be deployed all across America – extending geothermal’s overall reach. Geologists estimate EGS ...

Read More

BlueDot Photonics - Sunlight-Shaping Solar Panels BLUEDOT PHOTONICS - SUNLIGHT-SHAPING SOLAR PANELS

video

Jul 16, 2019

Photoactive materials added to a solar panel shape sunlight so it is more readily converted into electricity, boosting power output 10-15%.

Read More

The Importance of Alternative Energy THE IMPORTANCE OF ALTERNATIVE ENERGY

video

Jul 16, 2019

How much do you know about alternative energy? In this video, one of our Technical Consultants; Wilfred Umoru talks about the importance of Alternative Energy.

Read More

How community solar is shining a light for a local, green energy system HOW COMMUNITY SOLAR IS SHINING A LIGHT FOR A LOCAL, GREEN ENERGY SYSTEM

blog article

Jul 16, 2019

We’ve just finished a fantastic two weeks’ celebrating all things community energy across Community Energy Fortnight, with innovation, collaboration and resilience consistent themes emerging from the many debates, discussions and panels at events across the UK. The positivity from the sector is welc...

Read More

Togo to develop 90MW solar power plants TOGO TO DEVELOP 90MW SOLAR POWER PLANTS

blog article

Jul 16, 2019

The government of Togo has signed an agreement with the International Finance Corporation (IFC) to develop 90MW of solar power plants in the West African country. The agreement falls under the World Bank’s Scaling Solar program which provides a set of services including technical assistance, insuran...

Read More

What’s Behind The Drop In Renewable Spending? WHAT’S BEHIND THE DROP IN RENEWABLE SPENDING?

blog article

Jul 16, 2019

A marked decline in spending on renewable energy projects during the first half of the year has suggested that wind and solar have yet to become fully competitive with fossil fuel power generation despite the wealth of reports saying they already are cheaper in some parts of the world. BloombergNEF...

Read More

How Much Power Does a Solar Panel Produce HOW MUCH POWER DOES A SOLAR PANEL PRODUCE

blog article

Jul 16, 2019

To understand how much solar power is produced per square foot it’s helpful to know what solar panels are made of. SunPower® solar panels are the most efficient you can buy.1 Our Maxeon® solar cell technology combines a strong copper backing with ultra-pure silicon and a light-trapping glass surfa...

Read More

Another Green Light For South Fremantle Solar Farm ANOTHER GREEN LIGHT FOR SOUTH FREMANTLE SOLAR FARM

blog article

Jul 16, 2019

The construction of a large-scale urban solar farm in the Perth suburb of South Fremantle has again edged towards becoming a reality. The site for the proposed solar farm is the former South Fremantle tip, which operated between 1930 and 1991. All sorts of waste items were dumped in the landfill dur...

Read More

Meeting the challenge of modernizing the grid to stabilize the integration of renewable energy MEETING THE CHALLENGE OF MODERNIZING THE GRID TO STABILIZE THE INTEGRATION OF RENEWABLE ENERGY

whitepaper

Jul 16, 2019

The electric grid must be, above all else, reliable. That’s why the integration of renewable generation is perceived to be—at the same time—a transformative opportunity and a formidable threat. We are on the brink of adopting renewable energy at a scale never seen before. To allow renewable power to...

Read More

Renewables Making the Energy Union World Number One RENEWABLES MAKING THE ENERGY UNION WORLD NUMBER ONE

infographic

Jul 16, 2019

The new regulatory framework includes a binding renewable energy target for the EUfor 2030 of 32% with an upwards revision clause by 2023.Thiswill greatly contribute to the Commission's political priority as expressed by President Juncker in 2014 for the European Union to become the world number one...

Read More

Compete and Win in the Age of Account Based Buying COMPETE AND WIN IN THE AGE OF ACCOUNT BASED BUYING

whitepaper

Jul 15, 2019

If you’re on a B2B revenue team, it’s likely your Marketing and Sales teams are experiencing some angst these days when it comes to understanding how prospects and customers want to interact with your company. On one hand customers seem to want ultra-personalized attention on every channel, and on t...

Read More

Forrester Total Economic Report Shows a 405% ROI on 6sense FORRESTER TOTAL ECONOMIC REPORT SHOWS A 405% ROI ON 6SENSE

infographic

Jul 15, 2019

Calculating ROI has become a requirement for any corporate investment, across all business functions. Gone are the days when B2B marketers could attribute their spend to “branding.” Today, they’re being forced to provide concrete spend-to-revenue analysis to justify their investments in people, tech...

Read More

Duo Security Sets BDRs up for Success with 6sense DUO SECURITY SETS BDRS UP FOR SUCCESS WITH 6SENSE

blog article

Jul 15, 2019

The role of a Business Development Rep can be a daunting one. Knowing where to prioritize when you have over 1,000 accounts and knowing what content to reach out to them and engage them with can be an impossible task. But if you have the right intent data that can show you where the account is in th...

Read More

SailPoint Levels-Up their ABM Strategy with Intent Data SAILPOINT LEVELS-UP THEIR ABM STRATEGY WITH INTENT DATA

blog article

Jul 15, 2019

The buyer’s journey has changed in a way which leaves many sales and marketing teams struggling to find insight from within what we call the Dark Funnel. However, many technology companies are starting to build solutions to address the radical new way customers engage and buy today by collecting and...

Read More

Harnessing the wind to power Washington HARNESSING THE WIND TO POWER WASHINGTON

video

Jul 15, 2019

One of the country’s largest wind projects is across the Cascades, in windy Kennewick, Washington. Operated by Energy Northwest, Nine Canyon Wind Project has 63 turbines collecting radical amounts of unharnessed wind. Members of Evergreen Options contribute to renewable energy projects in our state,...

Read More

Advancing Renewable Energy: Alexandria and Richmond, Virginia ADVANCING RENEWABLE ENERGY: ALEXANDRIA AND RICHMOND, VIRGINIA

video

Jul 15, 2019

This week, 13 Virginia cities & counties are convening in Charlottesville with Bloomberg Philanthropies’ American Cities Climate Challenge Renewables Accelerator run by Rocky Mountain Institute (RMI), World Resources Institute (WRI), and the Urban Sustainability Directors Network (USDN) to talk abou...

Read More

Most ‘overlooked’ benefits of solar revealed MOST ‘OVERLOOKED’ BENEFITS OF SOLAR REVEALED

blog article

Jul 15, 2019

These were the findings of a peer-reviewed study in Nature Sustainability that suggests a framework for understanding and quantifying the benefits of solar energy, identifying 20 frequently overlooked advantages. These benefits also include pairing solar panels with native plant restoration and plac...

Read More

How does solar on capped landfills work? HOW DOES SOLAR ON CAPPED LANDFILLS WORK?

blog article

Jul 15, 2019

Modern landfills, whether they are privately owned for-profit entities or operated by local, federal or state governments, are government-regulated, highly controlled environments. Measures are taken to prevent precipitation from seeping through the waste and contaminating the water supply, odors mu...

Read More

A New Dawn for Wind Energy Infrastructure After the Production Tax Credit Sunset A NEW DAWN FOR WIND ENERGY INFRASTRUCTURE AFTER THE PRODUCTION TAX CREDIT SUNSET

blog article

Jul 15, 2019

The wind industry is approaching the end of its federal financial support. The Production Tax Credit (PTC), which was designed to drive investment by providing reductions in tax liability for renewable energy producers, is set to expire for large wind facilities at the end of this year, meaning that...

Read More

A New Emphasis on Renewable Energy in a World of Cheap Oil and Gas A NEW EMPHASIS ON RENEWABLE ENERGY IN A WORLD OF CHEAP OIL AND GAS

infographic

Jul 15, 2019

Just a short time ago, many would have predicted that falling oil and gas prices would have taken a big bite out of the market for solar and wind energy. But even with oil and gas prices at their lowest in more than a decade, renewable energy continues to grow. Wind and solar provide more of our pow...

Read More

RENEWABLE ENERGY IN THE DATA CENTER INDUSTRY RENEWABLE ENERGY IN THE DATA CENTER INDUSTRY

whitepaper

Jul 15, 2019

According to the U.S. Energy Information Administration provided graph (Figure 1), the United States has relied on coal, oil, and natural gas to provide the majority of the energy consumed since the early 1900s. The oil embargo of the 1970s, the formation of the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)...

Read More

More Solar Energy For Cardinia Shire Council MORE SOLAR ENERGY FOR CARDINIA SHIRE COUNCIL

blog article

Jul 15, 2019

Victoria’s Cardinia Shire Council’s My Place youth centre in Pakenham can look forward to reduced energy costs and emissions through a recently installed solar power system. My Place is a facility designed for use by young people aged 12 to 25. Among the services it offers are free internet access ...

Read More

GE Renewable Energy to provide 81 wind turbines to Polish wind farm GE RENEWABLE ENERGY TO PROVIDE 81 WIND TURBINES TO POLISH WIND FARM

blog article

Jul 15, 2019

GE Renewable Energy, a division of General Electric, recently announced that it will be providing 81 onshore wind turbines to Potegowo Wind Project. The wind project is located in Slupsk County in Northern Poland with a capacity of 220 MW. Once the project is commissioned, which is a first between P...

Read More

SOLAR CAPACITY SOLAR CAPACITY

infographic

Jul 14, 2019

There are 75 times more photovoltaic capacity installed in Italy per capita than in Hungary (although the number of sunny hours is also higherl. Germany is not famous for its sunny weather, but nonetheless has built in capacity is 1000-fold compared to the Hungarian figures while proportionately to ...

Read More

Advanced nuclear reactors hold promise of clean energy for Gulf countries ADVANCED NUCLEAR REACTORS HOLD PROMISE OF CLEAN ENERGY FOR GULF COUNTRIES

blog article

Jul 14, 2019

Advancing Nuclear Innovation: Responding to Climate Change and Strengthening Global Security, was commissioned by the Global Nexus Initiative. This is a project established by the Partnership for Global Security, a Washington DC-based think tank, and the Nuclear Energy Institute (NEI), which repres...

Read More

Adani Rugby Run Solar Farm ADANI RUGBY RUN SOLAR FARM

video

Jul 14, 2019

Adani Renewables Australia’s Rugby Run solar farm has been operational since May 2019. Its 247,000 solar panels supply renewable power to regional Queensland homes and businesses. The solar farm, located near Moranbah, will ramp up to full operation to deliver 65MW and 185,000MWh of electricity each...

Read More

How renewable energy shift can increase ‘energy poverty’ HOW RENEWABLE ENERGY SHIFT CAN INCREASE ‘ENERGY POVERTY’

blog article

Jul 14, 2019

The world must think more holistically about how it addresses renewable energy as efforts to shift away from fossil fuels and replace oil and coal with renewable energy sources can help reduce carbon emissions but at the expense of increased inequality, warn researchers. The team from Portland State...

Read More

From Disused Office Complex To Seniors’ Village With Solar Power FROM DISUSED OFFICE COMPLEX TO SENIORS’ VILLAGE WITH SOLAR POWER

blog article

Jul 12, 2019

Australia’s Clean Energy Finance Corporation announced yesterday it is investing in a seniors’ living project in Canberra with a focus on sustainability. The LDK Greenway Seniors’ Living Village project in Tuggeranong is turning a disused office park into a retirement facility boasting more than 380...

Read More

Nuclear Melts Down Renewables Explode NUCLEAR MELTS DOWN RENEWABLES EXPLODE

infographic

Jul 12, 2019

Nuclear energy melts down where as alternate renewable energy sources explode. It is now obvious that nuclear power development can't keep up with the pace of its renewable energy competitors. While the search for clean energy sources is increasing, nuclear power has been declining for number of r...

Read More

WIND TURBINE OPERATING PRINCIPLE WIND TURBINE OPERATING PRINCIPLE

infographic

Jul 12, 2019

A wind turbine converts wind energy into electric ene., wind flow possessing passestxpoug pomp. the pot/mon generated by the 4, no flow is triansmitteoto geneamoimat produce energy. wind turbine are designed with continuous monitoring of weather coditions. to use energy of air fow to the maximum mod...

Read More

ATL Arbitration Renewable Energy ATL ARBITRATION RENEWABLE ENERGY

whitepaper

Jul 12, 2019

The energy sector has undergone a major transformation in recent years, thanks to the rise of renewable energy sources that are rivaling the dominance of the major players of past decades, like coal, oil, and natural gas. The boom in renewables has sparked a new era of clean energy, coupled with inn...

Read More

America wants to extend the lifespans of its nearly 100 nuclear reactors to 80 years AMERICA WANTS TO EXTEND THE LIFESPANS OF ITS NEARLY 100 NUCLEAR REACTORS TO 80 YEARS

blog article

Jul 11, 2019

The United States plans to extend the lifespans of existing nuclear reactors and support new technologies as it seeks to revive an industry seen as crucial to its energy security, a senior U.S. official said on Thursday. U.S. Deputy Secretary of Energy Dan Brouillette told an International Energy Ag...

Read More

China’s Deadly Air Pollution Is Also Costing Billions in Solar Efficiency CHINA’S DEADLY AIR POLLUTION IS ALSO COSTING BILLIONS IN SOLAR EFFICIENCY

blog article

Jul 11, 2019

China is leading the way on renewable energy, having installed half the world's solar panels in 2017. But its transformative economic growth fueled by coal and other fossil fuels and its outsized manufacturing sector have coughed up so much air pollution that it has blocked adequate sunlight from re...

Read More

Pleasanton Residents are Installing Solar Panels - Are You? PLEASANTON RESIDENTS ARE INSTALLING SOLAR PANELS - ARE YOU?

video

Jul 11, 2019

There has never been a better time for Pleasanton residents to switch to renewable energy! The most popular type of renewable energy today is solar because it is easy to use and saves you money. Those who are fortunate enough to live in areas like Pleasanton have an even bigger advantage because of ...

Read More

Solar companies struggling with cuts to green energy SOLAR COMPANIES STRUGGLING WITH CUTS TO GREEN ENERGY

video

Jul 11, 2019

Dennis German, president of German Solar Corp. says the recent cuts to green energy contracts won't save the government significant money but has led to hundreds of job losses in the Ontario solar industry.

Read More

OPERATING PRINCIPLE OF WIND MEASURING COMPLEX OPERATING PRINCIPLE OF WIND MEASURING COMPLEX

infographic

Jul 11, 2019

Wind is the source of energy for wind farms as fuel for thermal power stations Wind energy is a form of solar energy. Wind energy (or wind power) describes the process by which wind is used to generate electricity. Wind turbines convert the kinetic energy in the wind into mechanical power. A generat...

Read More

WIND ENERGY IN JAPAN WIND ENERGY IN JAPAN

whitepaper

Jul 11, 2019

It has been thousands of years for human being to use wind energy for milling grain, pumping water and other mechanical power applications. However, it is by means of wind turbines that people now usually think of generating electricity on significant scale with pollution-free wind energy, which fir...

Read More

Australia now has more than 9GW of small scale rooftop solar AUSTRALIA NOW HAS MORE THAN 9GW OF SMALL SCALE ROOFTOP SOLAR

blog article

Jul 11, 2019

Australia has broken through another key milestone in small-scale rooftop solar capacity, with 9GW now installed across the country and the 10GW mark likely to be broken by the end of the calendar year. According to the latest data from Sunwiz, Australia added 156MW of small scale rooftop solar cap...

Read More

Vicinity Centres Announces Net Zero Carbon Target VICINITY CENTRES ANNOUNCES NET ZERO CARBON TARGET

blog article

Jul 11, 2019

Vicinity Centres has announced a net zero carbon target for its 34 shopping centres across Australia that will be achieved through solar power and energy efficiency. The company says its 2030 net zero carbon aspirations will become the centrepiece of its commitment to long-term sustainability. “As ...

Read More

Is Shale Gas a Sustainable Source of Energy? IS SHALE GAS A SUSTAINABLE SOURCE OF ENERGY?

blog article

Jul 10, 2019

Countries’ national interest in the development of and production of gas from unconventional reservoirs is attributable to a number of different reasons excluding employment and capital generation factors. For many European countries, with Poland as a prime example, shale gas exploitation is a way t...

Read More

What is Solar panels? WHAT IS SOLAR PANELS?

video

Jul 10, 2019

Photovoltaic modules use light energy (photons) from the Sun to generate electricity through the photovoltaic effect. The majority of modules use wafer-based crystalline silicon cells or thin-film cells. The structural (load carrying) member of a module can either be the top layer or the back layer....

Read More

What Is The Greatest Environmental Hazard For Solar Energy? WHAT IS THE GREATEST ENVIRONMENTAL HAZARD FOR SOLAR ENERGY?

blog article

Jul 10, 2019

Solar energy has emerged as the best technology in the world for new energy installations, with rapidly spreading global acceptance driven by mega-programs at ever lower costs. Technology continues to improve the efficiency of solar energy, with the latest double-digit boost coming from bifacial pan...

Read More

Can The U.S. Become 50 Percent Renewable By 2030? CAN THE U.S. BECOME 50 PERCENT RENEWABLE BY 2030?

blog article

Jul 10, 2019

This April, in what was potentially a turning point in the trajectory for the United States’ energy industry, renewable resources surpassed coal in the country’s energy mix for the first time ever. According to a report released by the Energy Information Administration (EIA) says that “renewable sou...

Read More

NSK Wind Turbine Solutions NSK WIND TURBINE SOLUTIONS

video

Jul 10, 2019

NSK wind turbine bearings offer cutting edge designs for exceptional performance for both OEM and repair. Providing lasting solutions, superior performance and long life for gear box manufacturers, wind turbine builders and wind farm companies in the maintenance & repair business.

Read More

POWER TO GAS IN A DECARBONIZED EUROPEAN ENERGY SYSTEM BASED ON RENEWABLE ENERGY SOURCES POWER TO GAS IN A DECARBONIZED EUROPEAN ENERGY SYSTEM BASED ON RENEWABLE ENERGY SOURCES

whitepaper

Jul 10, 2019

The pan-European energy system is faced with the enormous challenge of lowering carbon emissions from electricity supply to nearly zero by 2050. This goes hand in hand with the need to integrate massive amounts of renewable energy sources (RES), mainly wind and solar power. The variable nature of th...

Read More

Renewable Energy Building a better future RENEWABLE ENERGY BUILDING A BETTER FUTURE

infographic

Jul 10, 2019

This form of energy relies on the nuclear fusion power from the core of the sun. This energy can be collected and convereted in a few different ways. Energy left over from the original accretion of the planet and augmented by heat from radioactive is energy that is collected from renewable resource...

Read More

Big Solar Near Bunbury, WA – Benger Solar Farm BIG SOLAR NEAR BUNBURY, WA – BENGER SOLAR FARM

blog article

Jul 10, 2019

Solar energy developer South Energy recently held a community information session regarding its proposed Benger Solar Farm project, which is to be located in WA’s Harvey Shire. Occupying around 187 hectares of land at a site approximately 20 kilometres north-east of Bunbury, Benger Solar Farm has a...

Read More

ABB Getting Out Of Solar Inverters ABB GETTING OUT OF SOLAR INVERTERS

blog article

Jul 10, 2019

ABB acquired its solar inverter business from Power-One back in 2013, so it hasn’t had the line in its stable for very long. But it’s a cutthroat business with shrinking margins and ABB has a target margin corridor of 15-19 percent. ABB says the transaction will enable the company to focus its busin...

Read More

Why York County homeowner had water tested for WHY YORK COUNTY HOMEOWNER HAD WATER TESTED FOR 'FOREVER CHEMICALS'

video

Jul 09, 2019

Why York County homeowner had water tested for 'forever chemicals'

Read More

A guide for facilities decision-makers on going solar A GUIDE FOR FACILITIES DECISION-MAKERS ON GOING SOLAR

blog article

Jul 09, 2019

Implementing a solar energy project has many legs and can move in many directions. However, guidance, development of the project, the site, and goals need to be set well before actual work can be done. Planning can help a facility carry out the solar implementation project, but facility managers sho...

Read More

The Possibilities of Solar THE POSSIBILITIES OF SOLAR

video

Jul 09, 2019

When the Plano Texas-based non-profit My Possibilities looked into going solar, they found it could save them $25,000 or more annually in utility costs. Those are funds that will go a long way to serving their community of adults with intellectual or developmental disabilities. See their story here!...

Read More

E.ON UK CEO explains how we E.ON UK CEO EXPLAINS HOW WE'RE OFFERING 100% RENEWABLE ELECTRICITY TO CUSTOMERS' HOMES

video

Jul 09, 2019

Our Chief Executive Michael Lewis explain why we’re now offering millions of homes 100% renewable electricity as standard. Energy from our fleet of renewable assets and the renewable supply agreements is currently enough renewable electricity to power almost 1.7 million homes (based on E.ON average...

Read More

Everyone From NRA to Greenpeace on Board for Clean Energy EVERYONE FROM NRA TO GREENPEACE ON BOARD FOR CLEAN ENERGY

infographic

Jul 09, 2019

New Study Shows Everyone From NRA to Greenpeace on Board for Clean Energy Recent innovations in renewable energy technology have significantly lowered costs and made renewables an economically viable option. To better understand attitudes and choices around renewables and clean energy trends, Swytc...

Read More

Solar Market in South Korea SOLAR MARKET IN SOUTH KOREA

whitepaper

Jul 09, 2019

South Korea is equipped with a completed manufacturing chain of solar photovoltaics, from silicon wafer production to the installation of PV systems, which also shows Korean competitive power. Therefore, South Korea is available for a developed solar market. In addition, South Korea stopped its Feed...

Read More

The present and future of UK solar power THE PRESENT AND FUTURE OF UK SOLAR POWER

blog article

Jul 08, 2019

At first glance, the picture doesn’t appear particularly pretty for solar PV in the UK right now. The highly-successful Feed-in Tariff (FiT) scheme, which paid those installing electricity-generating solar panels a rate for both what they generate and put back on the grid, closed to new applicants a...

Read More