APPLUS RENEWABLE ENERGY 2019

| May 30, 2019

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Feasibility assessment: Met mast set-up and monitoring; Wind and Solar resources assessments (Energy production studies); Geotechnical studies; Preliminary Feasibilities assessments; Policy and Regulatory guidance HSE (SALEM); and Conceptual Design (Pre-Studies: environmental, basic layout, grid connection point, basic project cost budgeting and planning)

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Stirling Energy Systems, Inc.

Stirling Energy Systems, Inc. (SES) is a pioneer in the design and development of Concentrated Solar Power solutions. Its mission is to be a global leader in utility-scale solar electricity markets. Our in-depth technical know-how and expansive R & D, Engineering capabilities enable us to provide high-efficiency energy solutions, and deliver unparalleled global support.

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Solar Panel Direction, Orientation and Tilt Factors

Article | May 25, 2021

For anyone who has owned solar panels in the past, or even many considering solar power installation in the near future, it’s generally understood that direction is important in this field. Specifically, the ability of solar panels to point south, where they will receive the maximum possible sunlight and therefore create the maximum amount of energy, is vital for many solar panel installations – but it’s important to realize that the simple direction of the panels is not the only important variable here. At Intermountain Wind & Solar, we’re happy to offer both commercial and residential solar panel installation services, including the utilization of the Tesla Powerwall battery backup. We assist our clients with every part of solar panel installation, including important directional and related themes that will play a role in how much sunlight your panels are able to soak up. Today we’ll focus on some of the important variables here, including why south-facing panels are the optimal approach plus several other basic factors to keep in mind when it comes to maximizing panel positioning and direction.

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How Clean Energy is Part of Economic Recovery after Pandemic

Article | May 25, 2021

Policymakers looking to rebuild our economy must keep in mind peoples’ needs for the future after this public health crisis. Now, medical and safety needs for frontline workers are the first priority. Thinking about recovery, strengthening policies for the clean power sector and the people who work to build a cleaner and more robust energy supply will make us healthier in the future. Congress can rebuild the economy with smarter investments in clean energy which will also lower the costs of electricity.

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How smart solar inverters can save you money

Article | May 25, 2021

Traditionally, home solar inverters have had just one key function in support of your home solar installation: They convert the direct current moving out of your solar panels to alternating current your home appliances use. Over the past decade, inverter technology has advanced to add enhanced capabilities like data monitoring, communication, and executive functioning. In these ways, inverters have absolutely become more intelligent. These smarts don’t just help prevent blackouts, they can also save you a significant amount of cash over time. In this article, we introduce you to three ways a smart inverter can save you money: smart charging, standby mode and home energy monitoring.

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The Next Renewable Energy Source Could Be Rain

Article | May 25, 2021

The quest for the next source of renewable energy is well underway, with no natural phenomenon overlooked. We have already harnessed the power of flowing water, wind, and sunlight, and the search for the next clean source of energy is far from over. The latest potential breakthrough in renewable energy comes in the form of rain. The rain has not been getting a lot of attention in renewable energy circles perhaps because it would be challenging to harness its electricity-producing potential. Yet attempts are being made, and in the latest breakthrough, U.S. and Hong Kong researchers have managed to produce 140 volts of power from one single raindrop. That’s enough to light 100 LED lights for a short while.

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Stirling Energy Systems, Inc.

Stirling Energy Systems, Inc. (SES) is a pioneer in the design and development of Concentrated Solar Power solutions. Its mission is to be a global leader in utility-scale solar electricity markets. Our in-depth technical know-how and expansive R & D, Engineering capabilities enable us to provide high-efficiency energy solutions, and deliver unparalleled global support.

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