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Toshiba Wins 7-MW Solar PV System Contract

Toshiba Wins 7-MW Solar PV System Contract

Toshiba Corporation has won a contract to develop a 7-megawatt (MW) solar photovoltaic (PV) generation project for Japanese utility, Tokyo Electric Power Company (TEPCO). Toshiba's systems will be installed in the Ukishima Solar Power Plant in Kawasaki, Kanagawa prefecture.
Kyocera Releases New Solar Package

Kyocera Releases New Solar Package

March 19, 2004 [SolarAccess.com] Kyocera Corporation will offer a new solar power generation system, Solar Power Plant III, in April. The system is comprised of solar modules and a power conditioner of improved performance, recently developed for the public and industrial markets by Kyocera’s Solar Energy Division. The company said their new module boasts a 13.98% module conversion efficiency and […]
Conditioner Manufacturer Adds Wind Applications

Conditioner Manufacturer Adds Wind Applications

Magnetek, a builder of digital power conditioners for stationary fuel cells, has received an initial contract for wind turbine power conditioners.
Fuel Cell Generator at Canadian Exhibition

Fuel Cell Generator at Canadian Exhibition

In Phase One of a three-year clean energy demonstration project, Hydrogenics unveiled its 50 kW HySTAT hydrogen fuel cell stationary power generator at the National Trade Center during the 2003 Canadian National Exhibition (CNE). A live, working demonstration of what Hydrogenics calls "one of the world's most promising clean energy technologies" is currently taking place on the grounds of Exhibition Place. Toronto's Fuel Cell Demonstration is a partnership of Hydrogenics, City of Toronto, and the Board of Governors of Exhibition Place.
National Labs – Time to Recalibrate and Step Up to the Challenge

National Labs – Time to Recalibrate and Step Up to the Challenge

With natural gas and petroleum prices still at record levels, a series of devastating hurricanes hitting the southeastern US, wars in Afghanistan and Iraq (where over 2,000 US lives lost and rising), and competition for finite energy resources from China, India and others - we all know that energy is going to be at the top of the list for quite awhile.