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Concentrated Solar Power Quietly Makes a Comeback
| June 24, 2019
Qore has their Headquarters in East Kilbride. We offer traditional design and installation of all energy efficient measures as well providing a unique platform for investors to gain rapid entry into many of the renewable energy markets.
Article | March 5, 2020
Having a small business, on-going expenses are obvious. However, as a business owner, you always look for steps to have a significant reduction in them. Solar Power for Small Businesses can perfectly serve your purpose. Of course, Power Bills take a sound part of the total regular monthly expense. Also, with the constant phenomenon of the economy are likely to hike up with time. In this scenario, a Solar Power Systems for Small Businesses can perfectly deal with it. Well, it supplies enough energy required to function the equipment in your commercial space. This is why constantly the number of businesses going for solar has been increasing tremendously.
Article | April 5, 2020
Distributed energy resources (DERs) are changing the landscape for electric utilities. As adoption goes mainstream, utilities are shifting operating strategies and business models to accommodate DERs such as wind/solar generation, electric vehicles, battery storage, heat pumps and any controllable loads. Developed to provide a wide range of transportation and residential services as well as and energy efficiency, the volume of these devices continues to grow at a pace completely out of the control of electric utilities.
Article | March 17, 2020
The COVID-19 pandemic has disrupted just about every sector of the economy, and that now includes the energy sector, according to analysts and media reports. Beyond just constricting demand, the virus had begun to undermine energy-related supply chains; the solar, utility storage and electric vehicle industries may be particularly hard hit, according to experts. The pandemic likewise threatens to divert regulatory attention from ordinarily pressing energy matters to other more urgent issues. Energy regulators in Texas and elsewhere, for instance, have ordered or encouraged utilities to suspend nonpayment disconnections because of the crisis.
Article | April 1, 2020
With the onslaught of the worldwide COVID-19 pandemic, we are all experiencing an unprecedented time. As the global economy wrestles with defining which industries and businesses are essential and non-essential, the United States has determined that construction, manufacturing and energy are essential businesses. Many companies and jobs within the solar industry fall into construction, manufacturing or energy, and in some cases all three categories. At Quest Renewables, we have outlined how we can limit interruptions to our supply chain during the current atmosphere. Our hope is that you will find this information helpful.
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