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Low-impact solar development can improve soil health, retain water, nurture native species, produce food, and provide low-cost energy to local communities.
A microgrid control lab opened at the University of Central Florida on Tuesday, the product of a partnership between Florida Power & Light and GE Digital to simulate a modern grid control room and accelerate research.
Recent trends in DER have provided the opportunity to form virtual power plants (VPPs) to aggregate and coordinate behind the meter resources across the network to exploit their flexibility
Running power performance tests (PPTs) on operational assets is a highly complex task that requires a significant amount of experience.
May 29, 2003 [SolarAccess.com] Montreal-based M4, which specializes in highly efficient and power dense motors, generators and controls to the electric drivetrain and distributed electrical power markets, has undergone some changes. The company has rebranded their name and logo to TM4 and will be increasing production capacity in their new premises. TM4 also engineers and supplies electric propulsion systems for […]
California officials joined with Emigh Ace Hardware of Sacramento, on Tuesday in dedicating the largest retail solar electric system in the city. This 200 kW solar system, mounted on the roof of Emigh Ace Hardware on El Camino Avenue, was designed and installed by Team Solar of Sacramento.
Modine Manufacturing was awarded a contract with Vehicle Projects of Denver to supply thermal management hardware for a fuel cell demonstration project sponsored by the U.S. Department of Energy. The $8.6 million project will develop, manufacture, and demonstrate a mine loader powered by a fuel cell, along with associated metal-hydride storage and refueling hardware.
Advanced Energy Industries released a solar-installation-site monitoring product that integrates AE hardware with monitoring software from various providers. The real-time data monitoring is installed in the factory rather than at the installation.
Solar Power Technologies Inc. introduced the Clarity suite of hardware and software products for commercial- and utility-scale solar installation monitoring and control.
A flexible system for testing and modelling fuel cells has been developed by Advanced Measurements using National Instrument's LabVIEW™ graphical development environment and PXI/CompactPCI™ hardware.