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Perspectives: New Leadership for Canadian Hydro

Perspectives: New Leadership for Canadian Hydro

Since its creation in 1998, the Canadian Hydropower Association (CHA) has succeeded in positioning itself as the voice of the hydropower industry in Canada.
Pump Manufacturing Company Changes Hands

Pump Manufacturing Company Changes Hands

Grundfos Group has acquired the Brazilian pump manufacturing company Mark Peerless SA, which will become Mark Pumps Ltda.
Solar Photovoltaic Wafer Production Forecast to Grow 19% in 2013

Solar Photovoltaic Wafer Production Forecast to Grow 19% in 2013

After falling 15 percent in 2012, solar photovoltaic wafer production is forecast to grow 19 percent in 2013, passing 30 GW and recovering to the 2011 level, according to the latest NPD Solarbuzz Polysilicon and Wafer Supply Chain Quarterly. However, industry utilization is expected to remain below 60 percent, and while prices have stopped falling, no significant increases are expected, so profitability for wafer makers will remain challenging.
Is Geothermal the Only Baseload Power Replacement that Makes Sense?

Is Geothermal the Only Baseload Power Replacement that Makes Sense?

There are no plans for new coal plants to be built in the United States. This opens doors for the geothermal industry possibly more than ever before in U.S. history. In an Energy Information Administration (EIA) forecast to 2018, coal was one of the top-cost commissioning technology options; geothermal was one of the lowest.
Tesla Powerwalls for Home Energy Storage Are Hitting US Market

Tesla Powerwalls for Home Energy Storage Are Hitting US Market

To Steve Yates, the best thing about his new Tesla Powerwall is that he doesn’t have to worry anymore about the lights going out during a storm. Or maybe it’s how cool an addition it is to the entryway of his house in Monkton, Vermont.
The top 7 trends I observed at Asian Utility Week 2019

The top 7 trends I observed at Asian Utility Week 2019

20,000 miles travelled, three speeches given, 11,000 attendees mingled with, dozens of interesting industry people met and a small dash of jetlag. We’ve just come back from Asian Utility Week 2019 with our heads full of insights from the many people we spoke with. An Energy Sector at tipping Point As the Asian economy continues to grow, its energy sector […]
Hydro’s Strong Future in Canada

Hydro’s Strong Future in Canada

Canadian hydropower is already a top goal scorer in the clean and renewable electricity game. With an additional proposed 163,000 MW of capacity, it's looking to also lead in assists across North America and secure a reputation as "The Great One."
Experiences with Establishing a Lubricant Maintenance Program

Experiences with Establishing a Lubricant Maintenance Program

To standardize lubrication practices for hundreds of pieces of equipment at its four hydroelectric projects, Grant County Public Utility District established a lubricant maintenance program.
Solar Cell Efficiencies Continue To Rise

Solar Cell Efficiencies Continue To Rise

With PV, efficiency matters and that's why manufactures constantly race to improve the efficiency of their cells. More efficient cells allow PV cell makers to increase the capacity of their manufacturing plants without expanding their operations, keeping costs down.
Breakthrough Poised for Organic Solar Energy

Breakthrough Poised for Organic Solar Energy

While most solar photovoltaic (PV) companies are constantly refining and improving silicon cells in incremental ways, the industry as a whole, and those who support it, have been waiting years for a technological breakthrough that will drop the up-front price and mainstream the clean energy technology. Fringe PV technologies such as organic polymers might be poised on the edge of major commercial success, say Siemens engineers.