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Pattern Energy has completed construction of four separate wind farms collectively known as the Western Spirit Wind Project. The 1,050 MW project was built in three Central New Mexico counties and combined becomes the largest in the state.
The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) announced another $100 million for projects with new technologies to help reduce emissions, increase energy efficiency and modernize the grid.
Hydrogen has widely been earmarked as the 'golden key' solution to unlocking a future energy supply that is clean, green and efficient.
The project will test the reliability of a power system incorporating large-format hydrogen fuel cells to produce reliable and sustainable backup power.
The impact of electric transportation on pollution and reduced carbon emissions and fossil-fuel consumption is complicated.
One of the most popular sections on AWEA's web site is the projects page, which contains an inventory of wind projects across the nation. It is visited frequently for very good reasons. The tally of new projects is the most tangible indication of the success that decades of legislative, policy and technical-development efforts have had in vaulting the wind industry to the status it holds today.
IDTechEx published a report, "Printing Electronics Sharply Improves Performance," by Peter Harrop, Ph.D., chairman, outlining the advantages of thin films over traditional electronics.
Printed electronics change everything from medical end products to product packaging. Two recent reports from Electronics.ca Publications and IDTechEx discuss the companies developing and commercializing printed electronics for consumer products, e-displays, solar cells, and other electronics.
Sustainable Energy Technologies, a global developer of advanced power electronics for the renewable energy industries, has entered into a Bonded Inventory Management program with Future Electronics to guarantee the supply of critical power electronics components for the production of the company's fuel cell and solar inverters.
August 2, 2004 [SolarAccess.com] Fuel cells produced by the ReliOn company will have electronic systems from Celestica, a provider of integrated end-to-end electronics manufacturing services and solutions. Celestica has approximately 43,000 employees in over 40 locations worldwide, and began initial manufacturing, assembly and testing of ReliOn’s fuel cell products in June. Fuel cells manufactured by ReliOn are produced for emergency […]