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Pivot Energy | October 21, 2021
Pivot Energy and Clean Footprint are pleased to announce their partnership to bring 42 megawatts (MW) of solar energy capacity to 11 projects across Virginia. The projects are expected to serve households, municipal buildings, and local businesses with clean, renewable electricity for many years to come.
While Virginia may rank 11th nationally in terms of installed solar capacity, growth has largely come from utility-scale projects across the state. However, the Virginia Clean Eco...
DFRobot | April 11, 2022
DFRobot has launched a series of sensors for air, environmental, and gas detection. The Air Quality Sensor utilizes cutting-edge TrueVOC technology in conjunction with Metal Oxide (MOX) technology, ensuring the sensor's high accuracy, rapid response, and robust anti-interference performance. The Multifunctional Environmental Sensor utilizes a more simplified and appropriate layout design and heat conduction, thereby ensuring data accuracy; The Gas Detection Sensor Series detects 12 different...
Inverse | March 30, 2020
Tesla is bidding to build one of the world's largest batteries, planning documents reveal. The company has outlined plans to build 244 Megapacks in Hawaii, each with around three megawatt-hours of capacity, to offer 810 megawatt-hours of total storage. Electrek reported Sunday that the project will discharge energy at a rate of 135 megawatts. If it comes to fruition, it could rank as one of the largest batteries in the world and maintain Tesla's status as a key player in energy storage. While th...
Renewables Now | March 06, 2020
The Cerro Dominador concentrated solar power (CSP) project in Chile’s Atacama Desert hit a milestone this week when the receiver was raised and installed at the top of the tower. The 2,300-tonne solar receiver was assembled at the base of the tower, then placed inside the tower’s cavity and lifted to a height of 220 metres (721.8 ft) using 16 hydraulic jacks. The ascent rate did not go above 5 metres per hour due to safety requirements and technical complexities, the project company Cerro Domina...
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