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  • Renewable solutions power global health and energy production needs
    Around the world, renewable energy systems have developed to the point where they are now a competitive, effective and preferable alternative to conventional electricity sources in satisfying fundamental human needs, ranging from health care to energy extraction and production. In Haiti, the internationally-renowned Solar Electric Light Fund (SELF) turned to solar energy enabled by OutBack ...
  • Enphase Energy: Empowering Solar
    Enphase technology is a totally new and different way to design, install and maintain solar PV installations. And the outcome is a more productive, smarter, safer and more reliable system. Not all PV systems are made equal. In the past, the accepted industry standard was to install string inverters. An alternative way has been to look at ...
  • Optimising Self Consumption System for Zero Export Installations
    With increasing proportions of renewable generated electricity feeding into the distribution network, contributing to grid instability and with high voltage grids approaching their capacity in some regions, feed-in management is the topic currently surrounding larger commercial installations. It was certainly one of the considerations for installers sizing up a 1.2 MW installation at Alan Bartlett ...
  • Martifer Solar prevails with 8MW PV Plant in Ukraine
    Martifer Solar, a subsidiary of Martifer SGPS, has built a new PV plant in the Vinnytsia region of Ukraine. The 8 MW PV project, called Shargorod, represents one of the most challenging projects to date that the company has successfully completed in the country. Despite the complex political and economic events that have been unfolding in ...
  • Centrica enters rapidly growing US residential solar market through acquisition of Astrum Solar
    Centrica plc’s North American subsidiary, Direct Energy, has acquired the US residential solar business, Astrum Solar, for US$54 million (£32 million). Astrum Solar designs, installs and maintains solar power generating equipment for use in the home. It currently has around 4,000 customers, predominantly in the US Northeast and California, and in 2014 is expected to ...
  • CSUN and CPH Solar UK sign supply agreement
    ISTANBUL, Turkey, and CHICHESTER, UK, 29th July, 2014 - CSUN, a specialized manufacturer of solar cells and modules is pleased to announce that it has finalized a contract with CPH Solar Ltd from Chichester UK to supply its modules made in Turkey, which CPH Solar will supply to distributors and installers in the UK. CPH Solar will provide warehousing for ...
  • Eaton Offers Accurate Measurement and Optimised Production with Launch of User-Friendly Modular Gas Analyser for the Biogas Market
    LUTON … Power management company Eaton has launched a new ‘next generation’ MTL GIR6000 biogas analyser to help ensure reliable, accurate measurement of gases in biogas production. The MTL GIR6000 gas analyser is the first truly modular biogas analyser, requiring minimal maintenance and enabling process engineers and biogas plant managers to reduce downtime and improve ...
  • Optimizing PV Systems e-Feature Part 1 – Inverters
    As a solar professional, it’s important to carefully consider the photovoltaic (PV) design that will generate the highest return on investment (ROI). While the specifics may differ between residential and commercial systems, the themes are almost always the same: fast install and fast payback. Greg Smith, Senior Technical Trainer at SMA America, explores the ways that PV systems can be optimized to increase return on investment.
  • Europe’s wind capacity to grow more slowly than expected to 2020
    * EU’s installed wind capacity to reach 192 GW by 2020 * Rise of 64 pct from 2013 levels but below rate expected By Nina Chestney LONDON, July 23 (Reuters) – Europe’s installed wind capacity will increase at a slower rate to the end of the decade than previously estimated due to regulatory uncertainty and ...
  • Air Force cadet learns messy side of waste-to-energy research
    7/23/2014 - TYNDALL AIR FORCE BASE, Fla. – It’s been described as a 200-gallon cow’s stomach and for Air Force Academy cadet, Marcus Penner, it’s been a big part of his summer break.For six weeks, Penner, a biology major and soon-to-be senior at the Air Force Academy in Colorado Springs, Colo., worked alongside scientists at the Air Force Civil ...

Renewable energy feeds

This is one of the many energy feeds that are out there. But Who is behind all the great inventions? Well, you will learn that from WHOGREEN as more companies with green energy knowledge and innovative skills join the site.

Last Updated ( Tuesday, 04 September 2012 22:21 )  

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